Upsampling and Lens Blur


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Upsampling and Lens Blur

I've saved my progress as Itsy bitsy leaves.psd, so called because I have imported some nicely masked, but awfully dinky leaves into our large composition. I am going to zoom out so that we have more room to scale these leaves. Now you might say to me hey Deke! Why didn't you just import some bigger leaves in the first place, why didn't you find some larger leaves? Well, I'm here to tell you, I found a very large image as I am going to show you. I'll go ahead and switch over to the bridge right here. This is the entire image zoomed out. It's quite large.

it's several million pixels. It's just that in order to integrate this tree with my composition, I had to use just a small part of it. I wasn't getting use this entire 3D tree, by the way. I think it's an illustration as opposed to a photograph. I just wanted to use just a tiny bit of the tree over here and then I flipped it horizontally, in order to get the fragment that we're using right now. S...

Upsampling and Lens Blur
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Upsampling and Lens Blur provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS5 One-on-One: Mastery

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Design Photography
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Photoshop
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