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Applying depth-of-field blur in Photoshop

Applying depth-of-field blur in Photoshop: Adobe Green-Screen Workflow
Applying depth-of-field blur in Photoshop: Adobe Green-Screen Workflow

One of the most powerful controls in Adobe Photoshop is the lens blur filter because it allows you to essentially create a depth matte. If you take the time to paint what's in and out of focus, you can create photo realistic depth-of-field to any background. Richard Harrington shows how to use Photoshop to apply a depth-of-field blur.

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