- Perfect Effects – UI Redux
- Perfect Effects – Filter Examples
- Customizing Filters and Creating Presets in Perfect Effects
Perfect Effects – Filter Examples
Rather than describe the lengthy catalog of filter types and preset options available, I’ve selected a handful that I think are particular interesting and useful In each case, I chose a filter that is appropriate for the subject of our demo photo. Note that the tilt-shift and bokeh type effects (from the old Focal Point module) are now included in Perfect Effects, streamlining your workflow. For Figures 2 – 8, the name of the filter category precedes the name of the filter being applied.
Figure 2 Filter: Adjustable Gradients – Glow
Figure 3 Filter: Black & White – High-key Warm
Figure 4 Filter: Borders – Antique Deckled
Figure 5 Filter: Color Enhancer – Reduced Color
Figure 6 Filter: HDR Look – Natural
Figure 7 Filter: Lens Blur – Tilt-Shift
Figure 8 Filter: Vintage – Lo-Fi
As noted, each of these filters has its own set of variables and controls, enabling you to customize the look of each one to suit your tastes. Let’s take a look at the filter workflow from start to finish.