Diffuse Image in Photoshop CS6
Edited by Freya, Alexander Avdeev, Eng, Anonymous
You're watching VisiHow. In this video, we are going to show you how you can diffuse an image in Photoshop CS6 in Windows 7.
To begin, we should either create a new document or open an existing one.
There are other VisiHow videos on how to do that. A document has already been opened in the tutorial.
At the right-hand side, we make sure that we've selected the layer with which we will be working.
We click "Filter" at the top.
We move the cursor to "Stylize".
The filters are in the alphabetical order.
We click "Diffuse..." to bring up a pop-up window.
In the pop-up window, we can view the preview by clicking and dragging it.
We can also zoom in with the "+" icon.
This is the preferred option, as we will get a better idea of how the details will look.
We can zoom out with the "-" icon.
The default "Mode" is "Normal".
This means that the pixels are diffused. The diffuse option just takes general pixels in the area and moves them around a little, so that the image looks slightly foggy in a way.
We can also select "Darken Only".
The filter will only scatter dark pixels.
We can click "Lighten Only".
The filter will only take light pixels.
We can click "Anisotropic".
The filter will smooth the image. We can get nice effects, but, unfortunately, we cannot toggle the effect any further.
Once we are satisfied with the changes, we click "OK".
This will apply the effect to the layer. We cannot see much of a difference until we zoom in.
Alternatively, we click "Cancel" if we decide that we don't want the effect after all.
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Video: Diffuse Image in Photoshop CS6
Recent edits by: Eng, Alexander Avdeev, Freya