How to Use the Field, Iris, and Tilt-Shift Blurs Photoshop CS6 Photoshop CS6


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Using the Field, Iris, and Tilt-Shift Blurs

Photoshop has three new ways to blur your image, but unfortunately they don't work as Smart Filters. So if I want to work in a nondestructive manner, I will need to duplicate the background and I can do this by using Cmd+ or Ctrl+J. Then I will select Filter>Blur and we'll start with Tilt-Shift. The Tilt-Shift, the Iris, and the Field Blur all come up together, and you choose which one to apply by clicking on the checkmark on the right-hand side. So we'll begin with Tilt-Shift.

In the center you can see there's a pin. If I click-and-drag on that center point, I can reposition the Tilt-Shift. Outside there's a circle. If I click where the circle turns from white to dark and drag, I can add more or less blur. Of course, I can also use the slider here in the panels on the right. There are two dots, one above and one below, which I can click on and rotate. But I don't have a lot of control just because they're so close together.

So if reposition my cursor out he...

Using the Field, Iris, and Tilt-Shift Blurs
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Using the Field, Iris, and Tilt-Shift Blurs provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Julieanne Kost as part of the Photoshop CS6 Essential Training

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Photography
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