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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
Russell Brown: Tips and Techniques for Using Tilt Shift, Iris Blur, and Field Blur in Photoshop CS6
Russell shares his tips and techniques for using Tilt Shift, Iris Blur, and Field Blur in Photoshop CS6.
Photoshop CS6 Beta. Tilt-shift Blurs and More in the Blur Gallery
Show: Photoshop CAFE TV
Colin Smith shows you the new blur gallery in Photoshop CS6 beta. See the 3 different types of lens blur and bokeh in action. Tilt-shift miniaturization, field blur and iris blur are all fun and powerful. From the PhotoshopCAFE Photoshop CS6 beta Launch site. http://www.photoshopcafe.com/cs6
Mocha Eye Tracker
No need for expensive contact lenses, we’ll show you how to use the incredible planar tracker in mocha AE to track your eyes, export them as a Mocha shape layer and apply effects in After Effects to create that “white iris of the zombie” look. Another added feature in this episode is how to use Refine Matte to control the feather, spread and choke of the mocha shape layer. This effect gives you control of how much of the original iris shows around the edge stopping the new white iris from blending into the rest of the eye.
Camera Lens Blur in AE CS5.5
This new effect gives you the ability to create the optical effect of a real camera lens blur. If you need to add depth to a scene, or obscure something in the frame, Camera Lens Blur will do that and make it look completely realistic. You also have complete control parameters like iris shape, blur maps, super whites, gain and threshold.
AE CS5.5: Camera Lens Blur Effect
The greatly improved Camera Lens Blur effect in After Effects CS5.5 allows you to add the same advanced iris simulations and highlight enhancements to already-shot 2D footage offered in CS 5.5 by the impressive new 3D camera depth of field.