How to Use Gaussian Blur in Photoshop

How to use Gaussian blur in Photoshop

In Photoshop, there are hundreds of opportunities to play and create amazing things in less complexity and time. Today as a part of our regular tutorial series, we have come to let you know- how to use Gaussian blur in Photoshop in the most convenient method. To reduce noise or blur image background, this special effect is crucial.

Step-by-Step Tutorial to Use Blur in Photoshop

So, let’s start our step-by-step guide to learn the use of this particular effect of Photoshop.

Step 1

Open an image and select the background layer to duplicate
Open an image and select the background layer to duplicate it. It helps to undo the previous steps while it’s required or anything goes wrong. 

Step 2

drop down list and choose duplicate layer2
Click the drop down list and choose duplicate layer2. 

Step 3

select the duplicated layer and apply Gaussian blur

Now, select the duplicated layer and apply Gaussian blur from the filter menu. 

Step 4

Place the second image from File -Place Embedded
Place the second image from File > Place Embedded

Step 5

Rotate the scale and position it

Rotate the scale and position it properly.  

Step 6

Select the phone layer-make a selection with the Magic wand tool

Select the phone layer and make a selection with the Magic wand tool. 

Step 7

select Background copy layer-click Layer mask

Now, select the Background copy layer and click on the Layer mask. 

Step 8

Hide the selection by ALT+Click on layer mask

Hide the selection by ALT+Click on the layer mask.

Step 9

This is the result after this. 

Step 10

Press Ctrl+J for layer via copy.

Press Ctrl+J for layer via copy.

Step 11

Drap the layer on top of the layers
Drap the layer on top of the layers.

Step 12

click on Remove background

Now, click on Remove background. 

Step 13

final output by using Gaussian blur in Photoshop

Here is the final output by using Gaussian blur in Photoshop. 

So, best of luck practicing the use of Gaussian blur and take the maximum advantage of making the images most appropriate and perfect.