Enhancing a filter with a layer effect


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Enhancing a filter with a layer effect

All right gang, now for the final exercise in which we bolster the effects of our Motion Blur filters using an application of an Inner Shadow layer effect. Bizarre as that may sound, it's going to work out beautifully for us. So I've gone ahead and saved my progress as 95 percent.psd, so-called because we're 95% the way there. Make sure that the KILL JILL layer is still turned on, still active here inside the Layers palette. I'm going to scroll to the top so that we can see headliner and tagline, which we'll be turning on in just a moment. But first, let's go down to the fx icon and I want you to choose Stroke, just so you get a sense of how things are liable to work.

That brings up the big old Layer Style dialog box right here, and I'll move it over a little bit, because we don't need to see all that stuff over there on the right hand side. I'm going to go ahead and click on the color, which is Black, by default, here inside Photoshop CS4. I'm ...

Enhancing a filter with a layer effect
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Enhancing a filter with a layer effect provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS4 One-on-One: Mastery

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