Use the Minimum filter to clean up edges Photoshop


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Using the Minimum filter to clean up edges

In this movie, I want to highlight another advanced technique that we can use, which will help us to improve the edge detail that we have on our mask. And in order to begin to take a look at how we can use this technique, what I want to do is go back to the layer which we worked on previously, which was this one right here. And let's go ahead and click into the mask. And the reason why I want to go back here is because I want to practice this technique on this layer, then we'll apply what we learned to our top-most layer.

The underlined layer here is the one which still has a bit of that color fringing and a little bit of the edge glow as well. Let's go back to the same spot that we went before, which was the surfboard fin. To do that, grab the Zoom tool, and then click a few times to zoom in really close to this so that we can begin to identify the problem area. When we get up close with this image, as we saw before, we saw some color fringing. We also have a bit of this glow around the ...

Using the Minimum filter to clean up edges
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Using the Minimum filter to clean up edges provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Portrait Project: Changing a Sky Background

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