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    What is your favourite PS filter?

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    Which filter you guys mostly use and prefer? I like the smart blur filter. It really helps to hide fungus on faces.

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    ...Fungus?
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    I only used smart blur for skin retouch before but I just used this only when rushing things removing pixelated skin what do you mean Fungus?,,, anyway my favorite filter is Liquify, specially when I was working on photo manipulation..

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    High pass and offset filters are good to use in PS...

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    I like using selective color to make some cool pics, but then again I am a newbie at Photoshop.
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    offset filters is good to use in photoshop. for manipulting the phot i'll reffer you the liqufiy filter.

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    What does the liquify filter do? It sounds cool, but I'm not great at Photoshop.

    Edit: Nevermind, I Googled it.
    Last edited by Nerevarine; 10-22-2013 at 02:53 PM. Reason: Found it :P
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