Add a synthetic light bokeh Photoshop CS6


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Adding a synthetic light bokeh

In this movie, I'll show you how to add a synthetic bokeh to your depth-of-field effect and when I say bokeh I mean the one that spelled either b-o-k-e or if you prefer Adobe's spelling b-o-k-e-h. And it's essentially the interplay of light, the iridescence of the Blur effect. And I want to create a little action down here inside the highlights in the canal, so I am going to select the Background, press Ctrl+Alt+J or Command+Opt+J on a Mac, and I'll call this new layer "canal bokeh" like so, and then click OK.

Now I'll drag that layer above the 2nd pass layer, because we're going to eventually mask it into place, and I'll press Ctrl+Alt+F or Command+Opt+F on the Mac in order to revisit my pins. Now, you get to the Bokeh options here inside the Blur Effects panel, but it's very possible the panel will be collapsed. If so, double-click on words Blur Effects in order to bring up these options. Now I'm going to crank up this Light Bok...

Adding a synthetic light bokeh
Video duration: 3m 52s 11h 9m Advanced

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Adding a synthetic light bokeh provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS6 One-on-One: Advanced

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Design
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Photoshop Camera Raw
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