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Soft proof for optimal printing
Photoshop CC has the ability to simulate the look of the printed image on your computer’s display, helping ensure the best results when printing your photos. This lesson will provide you with an overview of soft proofing in Photoshop CC.
Creating a soft glow with the Gaussian Blur filter
Show: Learn Photoshop CC
See how to create a soft glow on an image in Photoshop using a combination of the Gaussian Blur filter and the Overlay blend mode. Learn more from the full course on lynda.com.
Create soft subclips with flexible edit points
Show: Learn Premiere Pro CC
In the past, subclips had “hard” in- and out-points, limiting their flexibility when editors needed more head or tail frames for video cross-dissolves or audio crossfades. Infinite Skills author Jeff Sengstack shows you how to create subclips with “soft” edits in Premiere Pro, meaning editors are no longer limited to the original in- and out-points in the subclips.