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Full Critique Steph

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The diffuse look was in fashion a good few years ago... but this is how you do it:

Duplicate the layer in photoshop... add a 10 to 30 (more for a higher resolution image) pixel gaussian blur to the top layer so that it looks really out of focus.
Then blend this and the bottom layer using screen mode. Then adjust the opacity to suit.

like this:

test1.jpg

You can also just use a white vignette softly blended like this:

test2a.jpg
 
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