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Learn How to Use the Blur Tool in Photoshop

The blur tool is use in Photoshop for define unfocused area by using some of brush tool, also blur Sharpen and Smudge tools are art working tools which is give photos a different perspective or useful graphical work they are well worth learning. Here we are going to include some of best tutorials over the bluered tools.

1. Using Field Blur in Photoshop

Using Field Blur in Photoshop

This tutorial will show you how to use the Field Blur filter to make photos look more interesting by creating out-of-focus areas, along with masks and selections, plus a cool and easy way to create awesome bokeh effects.


2. How to Use Iris Blur in Photoshop CS6

How to Use Iris Blur in Photoshop CS6

Photoshop CS6 brings new features in the Blur Gallery that give you the control to easily add precise blur effects to your photos. In this brief tutorial we’ll be looking specifically at the Iris Blur, which allows you to determine what areas should be sharp and what areas should be blurred.


3. Photoshop CS6 Blur Gallery – Iris Blur

Photoshop CS6 Blur Gallery – Iris Blur

In the previous tutorial, we learned how to use Field Blur, which gives us the amazing ability to control the amount of blurring in different areas of an image without the need for layer masks (technically, these new blur filters in CS6 do use layer masks, but Photoshop creates them for us behind the scenes so we don’t need to worry about them).


4. Using the Tilt-Shift Blur in Photoshop

Using the Tilt-Shift Blur in Photoshop

Tilt-shift photography is a way of giving subjects of a photo a miniature look. That’s achieved by selectively focusing and defocusing parts of the image through manual tilting and shifting the camera lens, creating a shallow depth of field that’s similar to macro photography. In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to use the Tilt-Shift filter to achieve the miniature effect and add a bokeh effect.


5. Using the Path Blur and Spin Blur in Photoshop CC 2014

Using the Path Blur and Spin Blur in Photoshop CC 2014

Open the Golden Dawn Bridge – Exclusive HDR Stock image. When working with Filters in Photoshop, it is always a good idea to convert the image’s layer into a Smart Object. This way, you’ll be able to add a non-destructive filter that can be re-edited any time later on, as well as have a smart filter mask, which can help control the area that the filter affects.


6. Using the Spin Blur in Photoshop CC

 Using the Spin Blur in Photoshop CC

The Spin Blur is the last of the five blur filters in the Blur Gallery available in Photoshop CC and later. It enables you to create circular motion effects that emulate an object’s rotation. This tutorial will show you how to use the Spin Blur filter to add a spinning motion effect to a car’s wheels. You’ll get to modify the different values, duplicate the effect, then clean it up using a smart filter mask.


7. Add creative blur to photos

Add creative blur to photos

Even when you’ve captured the perfect moment, you can add some drama to your still image using a variety of Blur filters in Adobe Photoshop.


8. Blur Tool in Photoshop: The What, How, and Why

Blur Tool in Photoshop: The What, How, and Why

Photoshop is a great program to use for just about everything. It allows photographers to touch up their photos, graphic designers to create images and Facebook meme lovers to design their own internet sensations. The extensive selections of tools in Photoshop can be daunting for novice users; there are a zillion buttons to push and each button has its own subset of tools. Don’t let it confuse you. There are guides like this one, courses like


9. How To Achieve Blurry Background Using Photoshop

How To Achieve Blurry Background Using Photoshop

Having an image with blurry background allows you to focus on the main subject of your photo. Often photographers use the shallow depth of field from camera settings to achieve the blurry background effect. However it’s also possible to achieve the blurry background with photo editing. In this article, we will show you how to achieve blurry background using Photoshop.


10. Using Photoshop’s “Focus Area” Tool

Using Photoshop’s “Focus Area” Tool

When elements in a photograph are sharp, they command attention. Sharpness implies importance. Conversely, areas that are defocused tell the viewer to look elsewhere as they imply a lack of importance. The lens blur tool can be used to camouflage sharpness in a photo. The trick is to apply it realistically. Use the new Focus Area tool in Photoshop CC to first select what’s sharp, then inverse the selection, and finally defocus the background using Lens Blur.


11. How To Blur Backgrounds In Photoshop – Shallow Depth of Field Effect

How To Blur Backgrounds In Photoshop – Shallow Depth of Field Effect

In this video I’m going to show you how to create a blurry background in Photoshop.
What we’re trying to do here is fake the shallow depth of field focus on a flat photograph.
We’re going to apply the blur by using the Lens Blur Filter which allows you to apply the shallow depth field effect so that some objects in the image are in focus while others are blurred.


12. Zoom Blur Effect

Zoom Blur Effect

There’s a technique that photographers use to create a zoom blur in their photographs; this is usually done by manually zooming the lens as quickly as possible while taking the photo. It’s hard to get right, so in Photoshop there’s a quick and easy way to obtain that same zoom blur effect that sports photographers have mastered.


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