Adobe Photoshop 7.0 Applying Filters for Special Effects
ABOUT PLUG IN FILTERS
You can install Adobe Photoshop plug-in filters Created by non-Adobe software Crater. Once installed, the plug-in filters appear at the base of the Filter menu and work in the same way as built-in filters.
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To use filters, select the appropriate sub menu order from the Filter menu. These rule can help you select filters.
- The last selected filter appears at the top of the menu.
- Filters are select to the active, view layer.
- Filters cannot be selected to image
- format or index color Picture.
- Some filters only work on RGB Picture.
- Some filters are handle entirely in RAM.Goosebumps, noise, dust and scratches, median, in sharp mask, Solaris and high quality pass filters.
CREATING SPECIAL EFFECTS
You can use a variety of different techniques to treat the edges of the effect on only part of the image. To leave a separate border, simply apply the filter. For a smooth edge, fan the edge and then apply the filter. For a transparent effect, apply the filter, and then use the feed command to adjust the blend style and opacity of the selection.
Apply filters to layers
You can apply it to individual layers or apply a multi-layered lion effect. For a filter to affect a layer, the layer must be visible and contain pixels, for example, a neutral fill color.
Apply filters to individual channels
You can apply filters to an individual channel, affect each color channel differently, or apply the same filter but with different settings.
Using solid color effects or grayscale shapes, you can create a variety of backgrounds and textures. Then you can blur these textures. Although some filters have little or no effect when applied to solid colors (for example, glass), others have interesting effects. You may like noise, chalk and charcoal, clouds, Conte Creon, Cricular, difference cloud, glass, grain, graphic pen, halftone pattern, mesotent, mosaic, note paper, mosaic, significantly, crosslink, rough pastels, sponge You can try adding stains. Glass, texture fill, texturizer, and undercoat.
Combine multiple effects with a mask or in combination with duplicate images
Using Create Mask to create selected areas gives you more control over the transition from one effect to another. For example, you can filter the selection created by the mask.
You can also use the Historical Brush tool to paint a filter effect anywhere on the image. Apply the first filter to an entire image. Then go back to the image state in the history palette before applying the filter and set the history brush font to the empty state. Then paint the image.
Applying Filters for Special Effects