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Photoshop filters: Side-by-side comparision

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Old 05-24-2005, 01:15 PM
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Photoshop filters: Side-by-side comparision

If you've ever gotten a headache trying to remember which filter does what in Photoshop, check out this this document. It's is one of the best I've seen in this regard.

Although the title says "CS2," the content is still very relevant to earlier versions of Photoshop. As I was looking through it, the thought, "Oooo... that's a cool effect" went through my mind a couple times for filters I seldom, if ever, use.

How to view it:
* Right-click and choose "Open in New Window..." (It may take a minute to open... be patient.)
* If you like it, from Adobe Reader engage the File > Save dialog.)

To save it directly on your hard disk (faster, but you have to delete the file if you don't want it):
* Right-click and choose "Save target as..."
* When the download is complete, click Open

http://www.adobeevangelists.com/pdfs...FiltersWeb.pdf

~Danny~
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Another visual reference for Photoshop filter comparison:

http://openstream.ch/photoshop/
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