Enhancing the main elements


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Enhancing the main elements

Now that we've combined these two images together, the next thing I want to do is work on the bullet. Now just so I have a bit more control with the bullet what I am going to do is click-and-drag this to the top of the layers stack here, so it's up top. I am going to go ahead and duplicate this by pressing Command or Ctrl+J. So here you can see we have two versions of the bullet. What's nice about this is we can then apply Blur to one of these versions. Let's turn off the visibility of the top layer and go down to the underlying layer and click in the layer thumbnail.

Next, let's go to Filter. Here we are going to choose Blur and then Motion Blur. And what I want to do is add some Motion Blur just at the right angle there, so it's a pretty straight angle. Next I want to control the overall distance and then click OK. Well, the problem with this Blur is that it's blurring forward and backwards. That doesn't look very good. But check this out. When we turn on th...

Enhancing the main elements
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Enhancing the main elements provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Photoshop CS5: Creative Compositing

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Photography
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Photoshop
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