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Over Blurred Edges

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  1. Use Insert > Shape to draw a shape over the area you want to blur. On the Format tab, select Shape Fill > Eyedropper. With the Eyedropper, click a part of the picture whose color approximates the color you want the blurred shape to be. On the Format tab, select Shape Effects > Soft Edges.
  2. Gaussian Blur A blurred edge is created with this tool by placing a transparent layer over the outlying areas of your image. The width and transparency of the selection can be modified in order to create a thick, thin, heavy, or light blur. The background image will remain visible through the transparent film, but it will be obscured.
  3. Apr 07,  · Lets say I have a portrait and I want to apply a Gaussian blur around the the edges of the image but leave the face un-blurred, how would I do this? Ideally im looking for something like the vignette tool where I can change the shape, size and intensity of .
  4. Place plastic wrap over the area of the painting you wish to blur. Push the paint around under the plastic wrap using the wooden spoon. Plastic spatulas or even your fingers are good tools to use, too. Use the tool size most suited to the area you want blurred.
  5. Oct 13,  · Apply Feathering as necessary to soften the edges of the matte Position the circle matte using the Center property You could also use Levels, Curves, or some other CC effect on the background blurred clip to darken/lighten it, if you like.
  6. The Blur tool softens hard edges or reduces detail in an image. The more you paint over an area with the tool, the blurrier it becomes. Select the Blur tool. Do the following in the options bar.
  7. A blurred background brings more emphasis to the main subject of your photo. Lettering looks especially effective agains blur background. Blur effect can help you soften the edges of the objects to give them a more mysterious, ephemeral look. Besides, image blurring can create a sense of speed and dynamics.
  8. Sep 17,  · All the other browsers and programs do not have blurry text, but only Edge browser does. The problem seems to disappear when the NVidia graphics forces the application to be run on High-Performance NVidia driver, but not with the integrated driver; this has to be related to the coding or driver issue, not individual user's setting issue.

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