Pixelation Effect in Photoshop


Hi Friends, Today we learn How to Create a Triangle Pixelation Effect in Photoshop STEP1:-Duplicate your background layer twice. STEP 2:-Activate the Transform tool (Ctrl/Cmd+T or Edit>Free Transform) then set the horizontal skew value to 25.5º.Press Enter to apply the transformation. STEP 4:-Go to Filter>Pixelate>Mosaic. Adjust the cell size setting to anything you like then click OK. Step 5:-Next, we’re going to transform it the opposite way. Activate the Free Transform tool (Ctrl/Cmd+T or Edit>Free Transform) then set the horizontal skew setting to –25.5º. Press enter to apply the transformation. Step 6:-Set this layers opacity to 71% then select the middle layer. We’re going to be doing the same steps but with transformations done Step 7:-With the middle layer selected, activate the Free Transform tool (Ctrl/Cmd+T or Edit>Free Transform) then
set the horizontal skew to –25.5º. Step 8:-Apply the same mosaic filter again. You can do this quickly by pressing Ctrl/Cmd+F or by going into the filter menu and selecting the first filter in the menu. Photoshop automatically places your last used filter Step 9:-Use the Free Transform tool (Ctrl/Cmd+T or Edit>Free Transform) to transform the layer back to its original shape by setting the horizontal skew value to 25.5º. Step 10:-We’re pretty much done but if you zoom, you can see that the edges don’t really line up. To fix this, press the left or right arrows on your keyboard to nudge the layer until the intersections align. Here’s how the image looks like so far. Thanks for watching SUBSCRIBE Our Channel For More Videos

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