Blending blurry elements


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Blending blurry elements

I've saved my progress this time as Big old blurry leaves.psd, because we do have some big old blurry leaves at this point. But I wouldn't say that they're necessarily fully integrated into the composition. We've got these kind of light halos surrounding all the leaves. Let's go and zoom in so we can take that in in more detail, and I decided I wanted to fill in those edges using an Inner Glow effect. The reason I'm using Inner Glow as opposed to Inner Shadow is because Inner Glow is omni-directional and shadow is a directional effect.

It has to come in from one side or the other. With the blurry leaves active I'm going to the drop down to the fx icon and choose Inner Glow and then of course I'm going to change the coloring around quite a bit here. For starters I'm going to change the blend mode from Screen to Normal. We're just going to fill in the edges with a little bit of color and then I'm going to click on the color swatch to bring up the...

Blending blurry elements
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Blending blurry elements provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS5 One-on-One: Mastery

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Design Photography
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