The linear Box Blur


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The linear Box Blur

I am still looking at the Angry blocks. psd image. All I have done so far is to select this top layer 1 TL for top left, and apply the Gaussian Blur filter with a Radius of 16 pixels. Now Gaussian Blur employed a Gaussian bell-shaped curve in order to distribute its blurriness, so it blurs very slowly at the beginning, rapidly in the middle and slowly again at the end. And it's continuous. In other words it's a gentle curving slope of blurriness. So there are no corners in the blur.

Whereas if it did not employ that approach if it just went ahead and blurred everything by the same amount regardless of the luminance level then we would end up with edges after our blur and I'll show you what that looks like. I'm going to switch to the 2 TR layer right there. So second top right and I'll go up to the Filter menu and I'll choose Blur and I'll choose this guy right here Box Blur which is the Linear Blur function inside of Photoshop. Interestingly, Gaussian Blur, th...

The linear Box Blur
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The linear Box Blur provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS4 One-on-One: Advanced

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Design Photography
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