How to Use the Selection Bleed option Photoshop CS6


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Using the Selection Bleed option

In this movie I'll introduce you to selection bleed, and the idea is this: If you select a portion of an image and you apply any of the filters in the Filter Gallery, then you can choose whether or not to bleed the deselected portion of the image into the selected region. Now when you're using a filter like Gaussian blur, this happens automatically. The great thing about Field Blur and the others is that it doesn't happen automatically, and I'll provide you with a couple of examples. Over the course of this first project, which is going to bleed, if you will, into the next movie.

we're going to take this Wall Street Bull from the Fotolia Image Library and we're going to turn it into something that has a lot more impact, a much more interesting composition in my opinion. So, let's start things off by making a copy of this Smart Object. Notice I have a Smart Object selected. And if you go up to the Filter menu, you'll see that there aren't tha...

Using the Selection Bleed option
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Using the Selection Bleed option provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS6 One-on-One: Advanced

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Design
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Photoshop Camera Raw
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