 Describe the ways to improve filter performance.
In This Chapter, you’ll learn on:
 Identify appropriate situations to apply smart filters
 About Smart Filters
 Any filter applied to a Smart Object is a Smart Filter.
Smart Filters appear in the Layers panel b...
 In addition, you can apply the following as Smart
Filters.
 Shadow/Highlight
 Variations adjustments

 To work with ...
 Working with a Smart Object
 Yes, the keyword is that smart filters are only
applicable to Smart Objects, and creating ...
 Working with a Smart Object
 Applying a Smart Filter
 Do one of the following:
o To apply a Smart Filter to an entire ...
 Working with a Smart Object
 Applying a Smart Filter
 Do one of the following:
o Choose a filter from the Filter menu....
 Set filter options and click OK.

 Note: The Smart Filter appears under the Smart Filters
line in the Layers panel ben...
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Chap49

  1. 1.  Describe the ways to improve filter performance.
  2. 2. In This Chapter, you’ll learn on:  Identify appropriate situations to apply smart filters
  3. 3.  About Smart Filters  Any filter applied to a Smart Object is a Smart Filter. Smart Filters appear in the Layers panel below the Smart Object layer to which they are applied. Because you can adjust, remove, or hide Smart Filters, they are nondestructive.   You can apply any Photoshop filter as a Smart Filter except o Extract o Liquify o Pattern Maker o Vanishing Point
  4. 4.  In addition, you can apply the following as Smart Filters.  Shadow/Highlight  Variations adjustments   To work with Smart Filters, select a Smart Object layer, choose a filter, and then set filter options. After you apply a Smart Filter, you can adjust, reorder, or delete it.
  5. 5.  Working with a Smart Object  Yes, the keyword is that smart filters are only applicable to Smart Objects, and creating a Smart Object is easy.  The easiest way to do so is to choose File > Place, then locate the image you want to put inside your Photoshop document.  Alternatively, you can also open an image as a Smart Object (File > Open as Smart Object).  If you have an image on a separate layer, you can convert it into a smart object (Filter> Convert for Smart Filter).
  6. 6.  Working with a Smart Object  Applying a Smart Filter  Do one of the following: o To apply a Smart Filter to an entire Smart Object layer, select the layer in the Layers panel. o To constrain the effects of the Smart Filter to a selected area of a Smart Object layer, make a selection. o To apply a Smart Filter to a regular layer, select the layer, and choose Filter > Convert For Smart Filters, and click OK.
  7. 7.  Working with a Smart Object  Applying a Smart Filter  Do one of the following: o Choose a filter from the Filter menu. You can choose any filter, including third-party filters that support Smart Filters, except Extract, Liquify, Pattern Maker, and Vanishing Point. o Choose Image > Adjustments > Shadow/Highlight or Image > Adjustments > Variations.   Note: If you apply one or more filters using the Filter Gallery, they appear as a group in the Layers panel named “Filter Gallery.” You can edit individual filters by double-clicking a Filter Gallery entry.
  8. 8.  Set filter options and click OK.   Note: The Smart Filter appears under the Smart Filters line in the Layers panel beneath the Smart Object layer. If you see a warning icon next to a Smart Filter in the Layers panel, the filter doesn’t support the image’s color mode or depth.   After you apply a Smart Filter, you can drag it (or an entire group of Smart Filters) onto another Smart Object layer in the Layers panel; press Alt-drag (Windows) or Option-drag (Mac OS) Smart Filters. You can’t drag Smart Filters onto regular layers.
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