Join Chad Chelius for an in-depth discussion in this video Blur and Liquify on Smart Objects, part of Photoshop CS6 New Features Overview.
Another great enhancement that has been added in the latest Creative Cloud Update …is the ability to apply the Liquefy and Blur Gallery Filters to a smart object. …This offers the utmost in flexibility when you need to tweak and adjust these …filters multiple times. By applying these filters to a smart …object, you can make non-destructive edits that preserve the quality of your …images in Photoshop. Now, I'm beginning this video with the …Budapest01.jpg file already open on my computer, and to demonstrate these new …Creative Cloud features, I'm going to convert this image to a smart object.…
So, over here in the Layers panel, I currently have a background layer. …But I'm just going to right-click on it and choose Convert to Smart Object. …And as you can see here, the icon is simply indicating that this is now a …smart object and I can give this whatever name I want. …I'm going to go ahead and rename this to Budapest. …Just makes it a little more logical, when working with this file. …Now, what I'm going to do here is, under the Filter menu, you'll notice that now, …
- What is the Creative Cloud?
- HiDPI resolution for Retina displays
- Pen and Crop tool enhancements
- Copying CSS data to a web page
- Importing swatches from HTML/CSS/SVG
- Introducing the new 3D lighting, materials, and rendering controls
- Using the new materials controls in a real-world project