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Thread: Soft effect. With filters or PS?

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    Default Soft effect. With filters or PS?

    Can PS produce the kinda soft effect that you get from soft filters? I'm thinking of getting a soft filter, but if PS can already do it, then maybe there's no point getting 1.

    I've seen a few of Clubsnapper's potrait gallery. And I really like the overall results of the photos. But I notice that most of them are taken from DSLRs. Can prosumer cameras produce these kinda results?

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    Can PS produce the kinda soft effect that you get from soft filters?
    Yes.

    What do you mean by overall results? The softness?

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    Originally posted by eug
    Yes.

    What do you mean by overall results? The softness?
    Yup! An example would be Tom Shen's potrait gallery. I really like the soft effects on some of his pics. I was wondering if those are done by soft filters or PS. And can my S602Z achieve that kinda results?

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    IMHO,
    For digital, can use PS to achieve the effect.
    But if you want the effect on SLR, a filter will do.

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