Mixing filtered effects


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Mixing filtered effects

You know I was telling you we are going to move on to the creative effects and in a way this is a creative effect that I'm about to show you. But I want to take a moment. I just want to make sure you understand. You never need to accept the results of the filter out of hand. You can always mix the effects of that filter with the original image using the Fade command. So always remember that's available to you. For example, let's go ahead and undo the last few operations here by pressing Ctrl+Alt+Z or Command+Option+Z on the Mac a couple of times and let's see. I do have this image right here, the bottom left image selected on the 3 BL layer and it is locked down the transparency of the layer. That is to say it's locked down.

So I'll go ahead and press Ctrl+H or Command+H again to hide that selection outline and I'm going to press Ctrl+ Alt+F or Command+Option+F. Let's switch over to Spin as before, change the amount value to 30 and click OK. Then after I g...

Mixing filtered effects
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Mixing filtered effects 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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Photoshop
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