Blur with a nested Smart Filter Photoshop CS6


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Blurring with a nested Smart Filter

In this movie, I'll show you how to blur the tiger tattoo with the application of a Smart Filter, and I'll show you how to blend that filter into place as well and then I'll show you a special approach that will allow us to see the effects of the Smart Filter even if we apply further transformations. So I'm going to start things off here by going up to the Filter menu and choosing Blur and then I'll choose Gaussian Blur and if you loaded dekeKeys you've got a keyboard shortcut, this is a very common useful filter, of Shift+F6. And I ultimately elected to set the Radius value to 4 pixels where this image is concerned, higher resolution images incidentally would require a higher radius values in order to achieve the same effect, and then I'll go ahead and click OK in order to apply that filter.

Because I'm working with a Smart Object, Photoshop applies Gaussian Blur automatically as a Smart Filter, which means that I can edit it anytime I like. N...

Blurring with a nested Smart Filter
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Blurring with a nested Smart Filter 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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