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In this Photoshop tutorial you will learn how to create a lens bluring efect for ay image you have.
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Hello today we’re making a video on how to create a lens blurring effect for new image you have okay. So very easy to draw, so be like any you do.
Okay, so first open your Photoshop and the image you want. Here’s my image. I would like this. Okay so I will duplicate this layer, right clicking. Duplicate layer or just drag it over here to the Add New Layer button, and you would automatically duplicate. Now select the background copy I’ll go to Filter, Blur, Lens Blur. Here in the radius you can adjust whatever the perimeter of your image has to be. I leave 20 and hit Okay.
Now with those copies selected I will create a vector mask. A layer mask, kind of vector mask and click that. And now zoom in a little bit and select them using the laser tool because this is a polygon all in white. You can select them right next to laser tool okay.
I’m going to make this kind of characteristic and quickly also. I just want to show you the idea, okay. You can take as much time as you want okay, so here I have this selected. Now I’ll go to my program color. The first one over here, and select the black okay hit Okay. And now I’ll hit Alt backspace. And now I will zoom out, and this is going to zoom out a little bit, okay. And here you can see your image. You can make this better depending on the importance of your image, so it’s just to show you the idea. And well this was over now, so hope you learned something and well that’s all.