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The blur tool can soften and conceal images. With the blur effect, it appears out of focus. The smudge tool, on the other hand, does not blur photos. The image is smudged and pixcels are pumped out of the space.

The Blur/Sharpen tool blurs or sharpens your image locally using the current brush. If an element of your image stands out too much and you want to soften it, you can utilise it to blur it. You should definitely use one of the Blur Filters if you want to blur an entire layer or a major portion of one.

The Smudge tool imitates smearing wet paint with a brush. Color is picked up where the stroke begins and pushed in the direction you swipe or move it. Use the Smudge tool to alter key edges into softer and more pleasing lines. The Smudge tool is a pointing-finger symbol in Photoshop's toolbox.

To sharpen without permanently modifying the photo, go to the Filter menu and select Convert for Smart Filters while the photo layer is chosen in the Layers panel. Select Sharpen > Unsharp Mask from the Filter menu.

The Smudge tool imitates smearing wet paint with a brush. Color is picked up where the stroke begins and pushed in the direction you swipe or move it. Use the Smudge tool to alter key edges into softer and more pleasing lines. The Smudge tool is a pointing-finger symbol in Photoshop's toolbox.

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