Fading after an undo


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Fading after an undo

All right, this first exercise has to do with fading filters. Notice that we have another one of these diagram files that contains four different layers, and in case you're wondering about the naming convention, it's 1, Top Left, 2, Top Right, 3, Bottom Left, and 4, Bottom Right. Now, the second, third, and fourth layers there have already been shaded. I haven't shaded the top left layer, because I want you to see, started off like this. I just made this little face here inside of this noise pattern. But then I decided it needed some shading and I was able to pull off this shading in a fairly unexpected way. I went up to the Filter menu and I chose; I've got by the way the 1 TL layer active, and I chose Other > High Pass, or if you loaded Deke Keys, you could press Shift+F10.

Notice at very low Radius values you get very pronounced effect. So there is a Radius value of 1 and you get a high impact effect from the High Pass command, which is weird. Most of the time you ...

Fading after an undo
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Fading after an undo provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS4 One-on-One: Advanced

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Design Photography
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