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Frequency Separation: Not Blurring, just turning it gray...

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Sep 19, 2020

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so here are the steps I applied for frequnecy seperation:

1. Make 2 duplicates of your image layer

    Lower image: blure

    Higher image: texture

2. Select the Low frequency layer and use Filter Gaussian Blur (I used 5.0)

3. Select the High frequency layer
    Go to menu Image > Apply Image
    Set the source layer to Low Frequency
    Set the blending mode to Subtract
   Set Scale to 2      *
   Set offset to 128  *
   Click OK

4. Change the blending mode of the high frequency layer to Linear Light

 

When I try to use the clone stamp on the image to correct, it just makes it gray, and doesn't blur. The photos attached show my setup, and then what happens when I try to correct. my settings after setting up my layersmy settings after setting up my layerswhat happens when I try to correctwhat happens when I try to correct

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Frequency Separation: Not Blurring, just turning it gray...

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so here are the steps I applied for frequnecy seperation:

1. Make 2 duplicates of your image layer

    Lower image: blure

    Higher image: texture

2. Select the Low frequency layer and use Filter Gaussian Blur (I used 5.0)

3. Select the High frequency layer
    Go to menu Image > Apply Image
    Set the source layer to Low Frequency
    Set the blending mode to Subtract
   Set Scale to 2      *
   Set offset to 128  *
   Click OK

4. Change the blending mode of the high frequency layer to Linear Light

 

When I try to use the clone stamp on the image to correct, it just makes it gray, and doesn't blur. The photos attached show my setup, and then what happens when I try to correct. my settings after setting up my layersmy settings after setting up my layerswhat happens when I try to correctwhat happens when I try to correct

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Try painting on the blur color layer  or use a mixer bush without paint or the healing brush you want to smooth the color not remove the texture. It look like you have the texture layer targeted.

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Healing brush

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Leave only the top layer visible.
Show a screenshot of the result of the stamp work.
 
UPD. Also show only the second layer separately. Where do you work with a stamp?

 

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