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Photoshop Filters – Field Blur, Iris Blur, Tilt-Shift

Today we examine new and interesting enough filters to blur images that was introduced by Adobe recently in Photoshop CC. Previously, we talked about them briefly in this article, now it’s time to get to know them and to consider the specifics of each filter.
Field Blur, Iris Blur, Tilt-Shift

To get the data filters menu of Photoshop, you need to go to the point Filter-Blur. In versions of Photoshop CC they are at the beginning, as shown in the figure.
For visual AIDS take a picture with a Cup of coffee, where we will see how to apply these filters and how they influence the final image.
Field Blur, or Field Blur
This filter is called Field Blur included the following parameters and settings: size, blur photos in pixels, as well as sliders for bokeh effect – light and dark parts.
The filter blurs the overall picture, therefore, its accessibility can only say one thing – if you change the lights in the bokeh is quite beautiful effect.
Iris Blur, or Iris Blur
As for the next filter, there is used a slightly different technology blur.
Moreover, please note that you can change the number of pixels to blur the background, and to distribute the effects within these so-called points.
This is more clearly depicted in the pictures that show the size and quality of the changes.
To change the shape of the aperture, simply drag the desired item inside the point, to keep the size and shape of the circle.
Tilt-Shift or Tilt-Shift
The last filter shift or tilt of an image is very simple – you choose the desired angle to impart a beautiful blur effect, and apply it.
To increase or decrease the blur value, you must specify it using a special slider to the right in the filter settings, or just pull on the mug, which is located inside the point.
In addition, you can use all 3 filters at the same time. I created 3 layers and put them on top of each other, saving each of the effects, and making a few manipulations. Here’s the final result: