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    Normal Photo to Dslr Photo???

    Can I give a effect of Dslr camera on normal photo in Photoshop??
    Suppose I want to highlight the face and whole body and Background part will be blurred. It looks like a Dslr camera photo.How to do that?? Do You know about it?

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    I do not use Photoshop, but you should be able to emulate the effect of a short focal depth, given a suitable photo, i.e. one with a simple distinction between foreground and background. In principle you mark out the foreground and split it into a separate layer, then apply a diffuse mask to the background layer. There is probably a tool to automate this, but failing that you can simply:

    1. Duplicate the photo into a second layer.
    2. Manually erase the background from the foreground layer.
    3. Apply a diffuse mask to the background layer.

    Voila! Well something like that.

    Incidentally the effect is not exclusive to dslr's. Any camera with a manual aperture setting can achieve this effect by opening the aperture, thus shortening the focal depth. My Fuji compact has a manual mode allowing the aperture to be set.

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    Use the tool Gaussian blur for highlight

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    Quote Originally Posted by jedaisoul View Post
    I do not use Photoshop, but you should be able to emulate the effect of a short focal depth, given a suitable photo, i.e. one with a simple distinction between foreground and background. In principle you mark out the foreground and split it into a separate layer, then apply a diffuse mask to the background layer. There is probably a tool to automate this, but failing that you can simply:

    1. Duplicate the photo into a second layer.
    2. Manually erase the background from the foreground layer.
    3. Apply a diffuse mask to the background layer.

    Voila! Well something like that.

    Incidentally the effect is not exclusive to dslr's. Any camera with a manual aperture setting can achieve this effect by opening the aperture, thus shortening the focal depth. My Fuji compact has a manual mode allowing the aperture to be set.
    Thanks a lot. It's really working.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Digitalgarden View Post
    Use the tool Gaussian blur for highlight
    Thanks for nice reply....

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