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Using blur to call focus or create a special effect in Photoshop CC
Show: Learn Photoshop CC
Learn to use the Iris Blur, Tilt Shift Blur, and Field Blur filters to create special effects in Photoshop CC. You'll learn how you can run these filters as smart filters and create radial depth of field for an interesting focal point in an image. Learn more at Adobe Photoshop CC: Learn by Video
An Introduction to 3D in Adobe After Effects
Demystify the process of 3D animation with Adobe After Effects, which not only offers features for working in 3D, but also serves as a stepping-stone to more advanced 3D programs. In this session, MAX Master Colin Smith will help you dip your toes into the water of 3D animation and compositing.You’ll learn how to:• Track 3D elements with complete control over depth of field, shadows, and reflections• Extrude text and shapes into 3D using After Effects and Adobe Illustrator• Work with advanced 3D programs alongside After Effects
Using the new three-part Blur Gallery
Show: Learn Photoshop CS6
The Blur Gallery allows you to apply and combine three kinds of blur. Use it to create depth-of-field effects in post. This highly versatile filter also allows you to customize specific points of blur and focus. Applies to the CC and CS6 versions of Photoshop.
3D Camera Tracker in After Effects CS6
Show: Digital Video CS6
Place and track 3D elements on 2D footage for precise visual effects and motion graphics. The 3D camera tracker automatically analyzes 2D footage in the background and places elements on that footage, with complete control over depth of field, shadows, and reflections.
Video Highlights: Easily Create Stunning Photo Effects
Show: Photoshop Elements 10
Video Highlights: Watch how to easily use the new Guided Edits in Photoshop Elements 10, which provides step-by-step assistance to highlight your subject by simulating depth of field, add a diffuse glow to create a dreamlike Orton Effect, or break a photo up into a fun collage of snapshots. Version 10. http://adobe.ly/wwstY5