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Filter Part 1 in Photoshop

Filter Tutorial Part-1 For Adobe Photoshop

In filter section, there is an option of liquify. Let’s see its tool in detail.

First is forward warp tool. This tool pushes the pixels of an image forward as you drag. Here, you can see in video how it works. Now to remove this effect, reconstruct tool is used. It erases the forward warp’s effect.

Pucker tool moves pixels toward the center of the brush area as you hold down the mouse button or drag. Bloat tool is completely opposite of Pucker. Bloat moves pixels away from the center of the brush area as you hold down the mouse button or drag.

Push left tool pushes the pixels in left side.

Apart from this, another option is blur. In blur, there are more different types of blur listed. Each of them is explained in video. Motion blur, radial blur, shape blur, smart blur are demonstrated in video. Blur gallery quickly give distinct photographic blur effects with manual on-image controls.

Field Blur basically enables you to add depth of field to flat images, and build a gradient of blurs using multiple blur points with different amounts of blur. Iris Blur creates a blur that radiates from the center in all directions. In center, picture will remain same. Tilt shift is similar to iris but it works linearly.

After blur gallery, there is distort tool in filter. In that, many more options are available like pinch, polar coordinates, ripple, shear, spherize, twirl, wave, zigzag etc. Every effect is explained in video.

Using noise tool, you can add uniform or Gaussian noise to image. Also you can change the amount of noise.


Filters are an integral part of Photoshop because they allow the user to enhance photos to create interesting effects. These effects can be anything from adding a sepia tone to creating an oil painting image. There are almost one hundred different filters available for use in Photoshop, so there is always something new and exciting to try!

Photoshop offers many filters to help you achieve the perfect look for your pictures. Noise, Blur, Pixelate, and Desaturate are all examples of Photoshop filters that can be found in the Filter menu. These filters allow users to quickly edit their pictures by applying a filter which alters the appearance of the photo.

Filters are a great way to change the look of a picture and enhance it. In Photoshop, there are two main types of filters: Adjustment Layers and Filter Layers. Adjustment layers allow you to adjust light, contrast, color or any other attributes without altering the original image. Filter layers apply predetermined sets of effects such as blurring, sharpening or adding texture to an image.

Filters are one of the most important, yet underutilized aspects of Photoshop. Filters can be used to enhance your photo or video by adding certain effects that may not be possible through editing. You can use filters to create a more dramatic or nostalgic look to your photo, but also create other special effects such as simulating film grain or creating an oil painting effect.

A filter is a preset adjustment that changes the appearance of an image. A mask is a selection of pixels in an image that you can change and manipulate to create and modify the look and feel of an image.

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