Using Artistic Blur, erase tool to isolate subject.

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nimitz-benedicto99
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Using Artistic Blur, erase tool to isolate subject.

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Hi, here's an edited pix using artistic blur, eraser.
I applied blur to the whole image, then, erased the jumping figure.
( pix taken 23Aug2015 - L.A. )

Is it possible in the future, you include in the Artistic Blur panel the selection tool.

Thanks

Mitz
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Stas Yatsenko
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Re: Using Artistic Blur, erase tool to isolate subject.

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Do you want to make selection and then apply Artistic blur?
nimitz-benedicto99
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Re: Using Artistic Blur, erase tool to isolate subject.

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Hi Stas,

I'd like to use Artistic blur first on an image, then, just click on selection while still inside Artistic Blur panel.

That is, no need to close Artistic Blur before going to Selection .

Or open an image in Artistic Blur, then, make selection with selection brush inside Artistic Blur panel.

Thanks
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It is better to make selection first. In this case unselected areas will not "spill out" to adjacent areas. If you unselect the object, the blurring will be made like this object does not exist at all.
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