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Adding a Tilt Shift Lens Blur to Aerial Photos for Special Effect
Learn how to add a blur effect called Tilt Shift, to your GoPro aerial images, in combination with the Radial Blur filter in ACR. The combination of the features and create some amazing images.
Using compound effects
Show: Learn After Effects CS6
A compound effect is an effect that refers to, or takes values from, another layer in your comp. In this video we'll look at how this works by examining the Lens Blur effect, which can be used to create a pull focus effect on your layers. You'll see how to apply it selectively to specific areas of your footage using a Luminance Map we create using the Ramp effect.
New Blur effects in Photoshop Elements 11
Create sophisticated photographic blur effects in Photoshop Elements 11. In this tutorial, you'll see how to use the new Tilt-Shift Guided Edit to create a miniature effect. Then you'll learn how to refine the results with the new Refine Edge selection option in Expert mode.
Enhance Images with Bokeh and Special Blur Effects
Show: The Russell Brown Show
The ability to add a creative blur to images in Adobe Photoshop CS6 just got easier. With the new Blur Gallery you can target regions within your images and customize the areas that you want to be in, or out of focus. This tutorial will discuss the detials in using the new Bokeh feature found in the Blur Gallery. Learn the fine art of adding a bokeh of light to your images for unique, and special effects.
Variable Mask Feathering Part 2
Show: Learn After Effects CS6
Learn more about the power of the Mask Feather tool and how it can be used in design work for creating both outside and inside feathers on a single mask. Discover how to set and adjust multiple points in the mask, context menu features such as Hold, and how to use the tool to add a nice blur effect to a text mask.
What's New in Adobe Photoshop CS6
In this episode, join Senior Digital Imaging Evangelist Julieanne Kost as she shows off some of the new features of Adobe Photoshop CS6 Extended, part of the new Adobe Creative Cloud. See the blazingly fast performance of the new Mercury Graphics Engine. Learn about the new improved processing and enhanced controls in Adobe Camera Raw 7, the new photographic blur effects, how to straighten objects using the new Adaptive Wide Angle, and more. Explore many of the timesaving and user-inspired enhancements including new type styles, re-engineered Shape layers, and the all-new Crop tool. Also explore the intuitive video editing capabilities of Photoshop CS6 and 3D capabilities of Photoshop CS6 Extended.
New Blur Gallery in Photoshop CS6
Show: Visual Design CS6
Quickly create photographic blur effects using a simple new interface with on-image controls. Create tilt-shift effects, blur everything and then sharpen one focal point, or vary the blurriness between multiple focal points. The Mercury Graphics Engine delivers immediate results.