Introducing the non-filters


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Introducing the non-filters

In this exercise, I am going to introduce you to the two, what I'm calling non-filters inside of Photoshop. Really truly they are filters, but they don't live under the Filter menu and they don't appear at the top of the Filter menu when you get done applying them. Instead, they live under the Image Adjustments sub-menu and I will show you those in just a second. But first of all, notice that I'm working inside this image called High Pass for clarity.psd. It's found inside the 06_filter_ masks folder and it is that image from photographer Felix Mizioznikov of image vendor Fotolia, about which you can learn more at fotolia.com/deke and this is that exact point at which we left off in Chapter05.

So, I have gone ahead and converted the image to a Smart Object. You can see that I've applied the Median filter with a Radius of 6 pixels actually, for what that's worth and I set the blend mode to Color, and then I applied the High Pass filter, at least this is the ord...

Introducing the non-filters
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Introducing the non-filters provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop Smart Objects

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