5.3. Relief

5.3.1. Overview

Figur 17.48. Applying example for the Emboss filter

Applying example for the Emboss filter

Original image

Applying example for the Emboss filter

Filter Emboss applied


This filter stamps and carves the active layer or selection, giving it relief with bumps and hollows. Bright areas are raised and dark ones are carved. You can vary the lighting.

You can use the filter only with RGB images. If your image is grayscale, it will be grayed out in the menu.

5.3.2. Starting filter

You can find this filter through FiltersDistortsEmboss….

5.3.3. Indstillinger

Figur 17.49. Emboss filter options

Emboss filter options

Presets, Preview, Split view
[Bemærk] Bemærk

Disse indstillinger er beskrevet i Afsnit 2, “Fælles funktioner”.

Funktion
Højdekort

Relief is smooth and colors are preserved.

Relief

It turns your image to grayscale and relief is more marked, looking like metal.

Emboss Type
Relief

Default: it turns your image to grayscale and relief is more marked, looking like metal. Although the image looks grayscale, it remains a RGB image.

Højdekort

Relief is smooth and colors are preserved.

Azimut

This is about lighting according to the points of the compass (0 - 360). If you suppose South is at the top of your image, then East (0°) is on the left. Increasing value goes counter-clockwise.

Hævning

That's height from horizon (0°), in principle up to zenith (90°), but here up to the opposite horizon (180°).

Dybde

Bumps are higher and hollows deeper when Depth increases.