Learn Photoshop CC - Creating a soft glow with the Gaussian Blur filter on Adobe TV

Learn Photoshop CC - Creating a soft glow with the Gaussian Blur filter on Adobe TV

www.brandyjaggers.com ----------------------- Steps: 1. Cropped ever so slightly 2. Apply Gaussian Blur to background. 3. Ran Florabella's Ambrosia action then reduced opacity to 50% and turned off the "light" layers. 4. Ran Florabella's Sweet Sunshine and reduced to 20% 5. Ran Florabella's Highlight Protection. 6. Slight levels adjustment to boost contrast. 7. Slight Hue/Saturation adjustment to lighten Reds. 8. Sharpen.  Voila!

www.brandyjaggers.com ----------------------- Steps: 1. Cropped ever so slightly 2. Apply Gaussian Blur to background. 3. Ran Florabella's Ambrosia action then reduced opacity to 50% and turned off the "light" layers. 4. Ran Florabella's Sweet Sunshine and reduced to 20% 5. Ran Florabella's Highlight Protection. 6. Slight levels adjustment to boost contrast. 7. Slight Hue/Saturation adjustment to lighten Reds. 8. Sharpen. Voila!

Introduction to the Gaussian Blur Filter in Photoshop - PhotographyPla.net

Introduction to the Gaussian Blur Filter in Photoshop

Introduction to the Gaussian Blur Filter in Photoshop - PhotographyPla.net

The process of padding textures using Gaussian Blur.

The process of padding textures using Gaussian Blur.

I'm impressed by the science behind some of the answers for this-- must check out this forum more later. sharpening - How can I undo an intentional Gaussian blur when I don't have the originals? - Photography Stack Exchange

I'm impressed by the science behind some of the answers for this-- must check out this forum more later. sharpening - How can I undo an intentional Gaussian blur when I don't have the originals? - Photography Stack Exchange

Audio visual part for 404.zero live performance "Gig For Sleepers".  Real time generated visuals inspired by Flexi's Gaussian blur diffusion method (https://www.shadertoy.com/view/lsy3zh)  Visuals by Kristina Karpysheva  Sound by Alexander Leticus  Produced at QuartaRiata Residency of Arts, 2017

Audio visual part for 404.zero live performance "Gig For Sleepers". Real time generated visuals inspired by Flexi's Gaussian blur diffusion method (https://www.shadertoy.com/view/lsy3zh) Visuals by Kristina Karpysheva Sound by Alexander Leticus Produced at QuartaRiata Residency of Arts, 2017

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