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In this Photoshop tutorial you will learn how to create depth of field.
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Hey, what’s up Robert here with another Photoshop video tutorial from robertsproductions.net.
In this tutorial, I’m going to show how to create a fake depth of field in Photoshop. Now what does that mean? That is when the foreground, the front of the picture is clear while the background gradually gets blurry. Now, we’re going to accomplish this in Photoshop. The first step we need to do is duplicate the background layer. We’re going to come over here to the background layer, drag it to the new layer icon. Anyway, we have a background copy layer. We’re going to go to filter, blur, Gaussian blur and we’re going to set it to a believable radius. I’m going to set mine to around 12.4 pixels and then click okay. This can vary depending on the photo that you are using.
Now, we’re going to create a mask for this background copy layer like coming over here and clicking on the mask icon and then we’re going to come over here and make sure our foreground color is set to black, the lower background color is set to white. And then we’re going to come up here to the Gradient tool, and you can see the Gradient tool, just hold down on the paint bucket tool and the Gradient tool should be right there. And then we’re going to come up here and make sure that it is set to foreground to background, which in this case is black to white and then we’re going to come in here and simply click and drag up where we want to create depth of field and boom! There you have it. The foreground, the front of this photo is clear and crisp. This apple is clear, sharp while it gradually gets blurry more towards the back.
So let’s do the before and after. Do we have a before and after—before and after, before and after. So there you have it, depth of field in Photoshop. How about 10 apples? Check out the site, request tutorials robertsproductions.net had been recreating, rejuvenated, updated, redesigned. Check it out, robertsproductios.net all of our latest tutorials, videos, request tutorials and so on. So that about completes this tutorial. Take depth to field with Photoshop. I’m Robert from Roberts Productions. Thank you for watching and until next time, take care.