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iPad & iPad Mini Mockups

These are professional photographies of iPad and iPad Mini devices to use in your design presentations. They work great to use on websites and other mediums to promote your apps and website designs. All images are in high resolution (more than 4000x2000px) and feature a smart object to easily place your image on the screen.

This pack includes:

  • 14 high resolution pictures featuring iPads on a wooden table (psd format with smart object).
  • 1 psd with the sample "Dog Life" magazine you can see on the image above.
  • 1 psd of a music player app, as seen on the sample image above.

How to use:

Open the .psd file you want to use and double click the layer named "Your image here". A new file will open with a resolution of 2048x1536. Paste your design, flatten the image, save and go back to the psd to see your image already placed on the iPad screen.

The smart object layer has a depth of field blur to fit the photo. It can be easily disabled by hiding the blur layer. Reflections on the screen can also be turned off by switching the smart object blending mode to Normal.

If you have any questions or suggestions, please leave a comment :)

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