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Defocusing backdrops in Photoshop

Defocusing backdrops in Photoshop: Adobe Green-Screen Workflow
Defocusing backdrops in Photoshop: Adobe Green-Screen Workflow

One of the things that's going to make a backdrop more believable is that there's natural blurring in the photo. So if you're using a photographic backdrop, or even a video backdrop, taking the time to control what’s in focus can make a more believable composite. Richard Harrington demonstrates how to defocus backgrounds in Adobe Photoshop.

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Skill Level Intermediate
2h 47m
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Compositing Video Video Editing After Effects Premiere Pro

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