Thursday, 24 October 2013

Minture Effect
  • Duplicate your background (image) layer.
  • Convert that layer for Smart Filters (Filter > Convert for Smart Filters) so you can go back and adjust the amount of blur we’re about to add.
  • Apply a Gaussian Blur via Filter > Blur > Gaussian Blur. A healthy amount, say 15px, is good to start off with.
  • On that same layer, create a layer mask by clicking the mask icon at the bottom of the Layers palette.
  • Go to the Gradient tool on the toolbar and change the type of gradient to Reflected (fourth icon in on from the left).
  • With the mask selected on the Layers palette, draw a vertical line from the center of your subject to the top of the image. Where you start your line will be where it is most sharp.
  • Go back and double click on the Gaussian Blur layer to add or remove blur to make it a little more seamless.




This isn't really finished and you don't really explain how you perform the task here.

T: Please finish this task fully explaining how you use the tool using step by step images.

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