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 More of a question. One way of creating an artificial studio background with a light effect is to make a backdrop, draw a circle or ellipse and run a guassian blur (usually maxing the setting). However compared to photoshop Photos guassian blur is nowhere near strong enough to look realistic. Is there another way to achieve this ?

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Which Gausian Blur are you using? The layer effect or the filter? I'm not sure of the differences but worth trying both.

In both cases the slider maxes out at 100px, but you can type a value up to 1024px.

And you can apply the Filter multiple times if you need even more blur.

 


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