The Depth of Field effect


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The Depth of Field effect

A great way to add focus to your image is to reduce the depth of field so that the subject or a portion of the subject is in focus, and the rest of the photo becomes gradually more out of focus. You can do this by adjusting the aperture on your camera. But sometimes, you forget or don't have time to make that adjustment. In this video, I'll show you how to achieve this effect inside of Photoshop Elements 10. So, I'm going to begin this video in the Elements 10 Organizer. And I'm going to scroll down in my Media Browser and we'll select an image that contains a subject that I want to remain in focus but represent the depth of field effect within the photo. So, I'm going to use this image called _MG_1348.jpg.

And with that image selected, I'm going to come up here to my Fix tab, click on the arrow to the right and choose Guided Photo Edit. And that'll open this image in the Photoshop Elements Editor. Now, over here in the Guided Category under...

The Depth of Field effect
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The Depth of Field effect provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chad Chelius as part of the Getting Started with Photoshop Elements 10

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