Blur filters overview
Use Blur filters to simulate the real-world blurring that occurs due to the depth of field in photographed material, or to create designed effects.
There are 12 Blur filters:
Channel Blur gives you control over blurring each color channel of an object.
Circle Blur creates a circular blur within an image.
Compound Blur blurs an object using the specified channel of a designated map image.
Defocus mimics the out-of-focus effect that occurs through a real-world camera lens.
Directional Blur blurs an object along a specific angle, to create a blurred streaking effect.
Gaussian Blur creates a soft blur effect.
Gradient Blur creates a graduated blur between two points.
Prism blurs and refracts the image as if seen through a prism, creating a rainbow effect.
Radial Blur creates a rotational blur centered on a point.
Soft Focus duplicates and blurs an image.
Variable Blur creates a tunnel focus effect with a blur applied inside or outside a circular region.
Zoom Blur creates a blur that simulates a fast camera zoom-in to a point.