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If you take a dark image and apply a Gaussian blur to an entire image, you will see light grey leaking in around the edges, as the blur apparently includes blank pixels. You can see this to the left and right of the enclosed image. I suggest you use the same techniques you use for your inpainting brush to generate a extra area around the image that you apply the blur to, cropping the result back to the selected area. This will then blur the whole image without undesirable side effects.
Every time i try to use the blur tool it does the exact opposite of blurring. It keeps making the color high in contrast and brighten and show random designs. Either that or it makes a dark line in random spots for no reason
I tried some matte painting in Designer and its pretty nice although its missing a few crucial features to be used professionally (cloning, perspective and mesh distort, some cc tools, picking up selections from masks, refining masks, channels etc.). I might have found a bug though. It seems not to produce quality gaussian blur for values under one pixel, or in other words 0,1 and 1px gaussian blur are the same.