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4.14.  Shift

4.14.1.  Overview

Figure 16.68.  Example for the Shift filter

Example for the Shift filter

Original image

Example for the Shift filter

Filter “Shift” applied


It shifts all pixel rows, horizontally or vertically, in the current layer or selection, on a random distance and within determined limits.

4.14.2.  Activate the filter

You can find this filter through FiltersDistortsSift.

4.14.3.  Options

Figure 16.69.  Shift” filter options

Shift filter options

Preview

The result of your settings will appear in the Preview without affecting the image until you click on OK.

These options are self-explanatory:

Shift Horizontally

Shift vertically

Shift Amount

Shift amount

With this option, you can set the maximum shift, betwwen 1 and 200 pixels, or in another unit of measurement.


 
 
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