The Radial Blur variations: Spin and Zoom


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The Radial Blur variations: Spin and Zoom

Let's now end our blow by blow look at the blur and averaging functions here inside Photoshop with an examination of the radial blur filter. It's actually a really great function as it turns out. It's an old one and it yearly needs to be updated. I wish it to be updated because there is so much you could do with it that would be so cool but it's still good it's still great actually I should say. They have the little bit of a pain in the neck so I will show it to you Ctrl+Alt+C, Ctrl+Alt+C or Command+Option+C, Command+Option+C a couple of times in order to undo the motion blur effect and then undo the surface blur effect.

I am going to click on the Layers palette and make sure that the 3 BL layer is active which it wasn't so that was a good thing I checked. And I am going to go ahead and apply two different variations of the radial blur filter to these two side by side rectangles here these two side by side layers. One is spin and one is zoom as it turns out. It's almost ...

The Radial Blur variations: Spin and Zoom
Video duration: 5m 55s 10h 47m Intermediate

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The Radial Blur variations: Spin and Zoom provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS3 One-on-One: Beyond the Basics

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Design Photography
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Photoshop
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