anisotropic filters

  jon2 11:32 02 Nov 03

can any one tell me more about Anisotropic filters, I do not run games and was wondering if these filters would be of any use to me. I do a lot of photography so maybe they will have a use there, any ideas.

  GANDALF <|:-)> 11:50 02 Nov 03

google here


  Smiler 11:53 02 Nov 03

Does this help (I don't inderstand a word but they will probably only make a difference in games not photograhpy)

click here

  Taran 12:02 02 Nov 03

My only direct experience is with some of the Photoshop plugins and their effects can be quite nice.

If you have Adobe Photoshop, try applying built in Anisotropic effects:

select Filter/Stylize/Diffuse and choose the Anisotropic option.

You can also get a selection of third party dedicated plugins for this kind of thing.

Sorry, but in this instance I'll sit back and watch until someone who knows all about this topic comes in and contributes.


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