The "bell-shaped" Gaussian Blur


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The "bell-shaped" Gaussian Blur

Alright so here is how things are going to go down. In the first portion of this chapter I am going to introduce you to what I consider to be a few of the best of the blurring and averaging functions inside of Photoshop and we are going to approach the commands on an analytical level so we can figure out how they work. And then in the second portion of the chapter I will show you the fun, creative and very practical applications of these filters. Yes they are all filters because they are edge detection functions after all. I am working inside this analytical illustration here rectangles.psd inside the 12 Blur Average Folder.

Pretty simple little diagrams to start with, just these rectangles at again sort of a textured background and altogether there is four of them two side by side at the top and two side by side below so a pair up and a pair down. And of course I have sized my window on screen here so that I can use the Home and End keys to bounce back and forth. Look at that scroll bar, Home a...

The "bell-shaped" Gaussian Blur
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The "bell-shaped" Gaussian Blur provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS3 One-on-One: Beyond the Basics

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Design Photography
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Photoshop
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