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Chapter 1. One Hour Photo: Portrait and ... > Sharp Foreground, Blurred Background

Sharp Foreground, Blurred Background

This is a technique that's usually done with a camera, but it doesn't have to be. Basically, you're blurring a copy of the photo, then erasing the blurred areas where you want to retain detail, giving a simple depth-of-field effect that focuses on an object.


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