The Solarize filter Photoshop


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The Solarize filter

The solarization effect for photographic images has been around probably just about as long as photography has existed. I'm not entirely convinced that it was originally created intentionally, it may have very well been an accident. But it does indeed produce an interesting effect nevertheless. In Photoshop, we have a Solarization filter that makes it very easy to achieve this type of effect. Let's take a look at how we can apply that effect. I'll start off by creating a copy of the Background Image layer by dragging the thumbnail. For that Background layer down to the Create New Layer button at the bottom of the Layers panel. I'll then go to the Filter menu and then choose Stylize, and then Solarize. Notice that there's no ellipsis after the Solarize item on the menu, and that's an indication that there are no options for this filter. When you choose this filter from the menu, it will simply apply to the image all by itself with no need for input ...

The Solarize filter
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The Solarize filter provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Tim Grey as part of the Photoshop Creative Effects and Filters

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