Guide to Diffusion Filtration

Summary: Ryan covers what you need to know about diffusion filtration so you can soften your image while keeping overall image sharpness.

Length: 4:48 minutes

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In this video we continue our look at effects filters by taking a closer look at diffusion filtration.

Diffusion Filters

Diffusion filtration softens the image while still retaining overall image sharpness.

No Diffusion (Guide to Diffusion Filters)

With Diffusion (Guide to Diffusion Filters)

They can be helpful for adding atmosphere to a scene, taking the digital edge off of our images, and they can be used to make people look more flattering.

If you are going to use diffusion, your lighting choices should support your filtration choices. What do I mean by that? Well, the point of diffusion is to remove the rough spots, and smooth out, or soften you image. So you want to do what you can with your lighting to help you further soften and smooth out your image, which means using…

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