>On 20 Mar 2004, Sven Neumann wrote:
>> Combining a blurred picture with an unblurred picture using layer mask
>> seems to work well for me. Of course it's not the same but it should
>> look reasonably similar.
>On Fri, 19 Mar 2004, Jakub Steiner wrote:
>> Just create an appropriate selection for the blur filter. The fastest
>> method in this case would be toggling the quickmask, creating the
>> gradient, toggling back and applying the blur filter.
> What is the best technique? What you suggest or the one that follows? Are
>there any problems with these two ways, compared with the "mod of the blur 
>filter" way?

Neither of these techniques work, as you will see if you try to apply them.
When you mix a blurred image with a sharp image, the result does not look like
a less-blurred image, it looks like a sharp image whose contrast has been reduced.

  -- Bill

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