Create depth-of-field effects in post Photoshop CS6


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Creating depth-of-field effects in post

In this movie I'll show you how to use Field Blur. Now, if you're working along with me and you open this image, brandnewgloves.jpg, which is found in the 30 Blur Gallery folder, it's going to initially open inside Camera Raw, because it has Camera Raw settings assigned to it. In which case, just go ahead and click the Open Image button in Camera Raw to open the photo in Photoshop. Do not Shift+Click on the button to open it as a Smart Object, because Field Blur, and the rest of the Blur Gallery, does not work with Smart Objects. Now, you may recall that this image has a pretty ratty sky, and I'll go ahead and zoom in on it to check it out.

We have got all this posterization. So what I decided to do in order to fix this problem, because I really like the snapshot, is create a kind of depth-of-field effect, and Field Blur is perfect for that. So I'll go up to the Filter Menu, choose Blur, and then choose Field Blur. In fact, you can choose any of these first ...

Creating depth-of-field effects in post
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Creating depth-of-field effects in post 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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