The new Oil Paint filter


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The new Oil Paint filter

Photoshop CS6 sees the reorganization of a handful of Effects filters as well as the addition of a new one. Now if you're a big fan of the Effects filters and you go up to the Filter menu, you'll notice a few submenus are missing, specifically Artistic, Brushstrokes, Sketch, and Texture. And the reason is all the commands in those submenus bring up the Filter Gallery and so Adobe's thinking is if you want to access to those filters just go ahead and choose the Filter Gallery command and then go ahead and select the filter you want to apply, modify the settings, and so forth.

All right, I'm going to cancel out of here. Now if that's not your cup of tea, if you want those individual commands back, you can get to them by going up to the Edit menu here in the PC, that would be the Photoshop menu on the Mac, and drop down to the Preferences command and go ahead and choose the Plug-Ins command. And then you'll see this checkbox right there, Show all Filter Gallery groups...

The new Oil Paint filter
Video duration: 4m 10s 3h 20m Appropriate for all Updated Jan 15, 2013

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The new Oil Paint filter provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS6 New Features

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Design Photography
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Photoshop
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