The Motion Blur filter


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The Motion Blur filter

In this exercise I'm going to show you how to use the Motion Blur Filter and then in the next exercise, I'll show you Radial Blur; both of them are directional blur effects as you are about to see. I am going to go ahead and switch back to the Angry blocks.psd image and I'm looking at the top two angry blocks here and I have got 1 TL, the top left image right there, this layer is selected. I'm going to go up to Filter menu and I'm going to go down here to Blur and then of course, choose Motion Blur because that is the command we'll be applying for starters.

And it allows you to apply a bidirectional effect. Right now we are seeing the results of scrubbing back and forth along a horizontal plain because the angle is set to 0 and the distance is set to a mere 10 pixels and let's go ahead and raise that distance value to like 100 pixels so you can see how it's going back and forth. If you want to, you can control the direction of this filter using somethin...

The Motion Blur filter
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The Motion Blur filter provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS4 One-on-One: Advanced

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Design Photography
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