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My First Tut:

Alright, I dont even know if any of you will find any use for this, just found it whilst toying around, but here's how to change a picture like this:

28rp3j6.jpg

Into something like this:

FaithlessBlurred.png

1. You need to create two layers, and have the same picture on both.

2. On one layer, use the Frosted Glass effect, set it to however you like.

3. Alter the transparancy of this layer, so you can see the regular image a bit underneath it, and voila, you have:

FaithlessBlurred.png

Have Fun!

Born in England. Mauritiaun Heritage.

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My First Tut:

Alright, I dont even know if any of you will find any use for this, just found it whilst toying around, but here's how to change a picture like this:

28rp3j6.jpg

Into something like this:

FaithlessBlurred.png

1. You need to create two layers, and have the same picture on both.

2. On one layer, use the Frosted Glass effect, set it to however you like.

3. Alter the transparancy of this layer, so you can see the regular image a bit underneath it, and voila, you have:

FaithlessBlurred.png

Have Fun!

Born in England. Mauritiaun Heritage.

PDNSigMaurice.png?t=1245538648

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I think you should read the rules. Don't post tutorials on something anyone could learn by just fiddling with the effects (rule 5a). That's exactly what you've done. You should read huge orange boxes:

In addition, please read this thread before posting a tutorial.
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