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How Photoshop Artistic Filters work, with examples of our favorites

Adobe Photoshop’s huge selection of Artistic Filters can’t possibly be covered in one story, but we can show you some of our favorites to help you get started. The real fun starts when you learn to mix them into new and even more astounding effects, such as Fresco and Paint Daubs together, or Poster Edges…

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How Photoshop Artistic Filters work, with examples of our favorites

Adobe Photoshop’s huge selection of Artistic Filters can’t possibly be covered in one story, but we can show you some of our favorites to help you get started. The real fun starts when you learn to mix them into new and even more astounding effects, such as Fresco and Paint Daubs together, or Poster Edges with Watercolors.In this story we’ll introduce, explain, and show examples of these amazing features. Click the links in the list below to get to specific artistic filters: 
Colored Pencils
Cutout
Dry Brush
Film Grain
Fresco
Neon Glow
Paint Daubs
Palette Knife
Plastic Wrap
Poster Edges

What are Photoshop’s Artistic filters?
In a nutshell, Photoshop Artistic filters are computerized, artistic techniques (or special effects) that enable you to create images that simulate artistic styles such as colored pencils, watercolors, chalk pastels, charcoal, pen and inks, crayons, and dozens of other artistic media. In the current version of PS, there are over 225 special effects filters.To read this article in full, please click here
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