Using Gaussian luminance distribution


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Using Gaussian luminance distribution

So those of you who watched the previous exercise and are sitting there going, I knew was not going to learn anything from that, what in the world? I mean, now I know that you can't drop below 0.3 pixel and get in the effect out of Gaussian Blur. Who cares? But yet you still are watching me. In case you fall in to that demographic, let me assure you its still highly theoretical information, but it goes to the to the heart of how Photoshop works. I cannot stress this enough. Back in the old days programs with blur images, this was before Photoshop, they would blur images by assigning a linear blur and then Photoshop came around and offered the Gaussian Blur and it made all the difference in the world.

I know that's hard to believe, but let me show you, what's up here. As I say its very important to understand this whole Gaussian luminance distribution curve in order to understand whats going on with sharpening inside of Photoshop. So here I am working inside image called Gaussian dem...

Using Gaussian luminance distribution
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Using Gaussian luminance distribution provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS3 Sharpening Images

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Photography
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Photoshop
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