A jet of motion blur


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A jet of motion blur

All right gang, we're looking at two versions of the airplane from photographer Christoph Ermel of iStockPhoto.com. In the background here, that is the rear of the two layers, it's the plane layer which is the original plane photograph all be rotated at a jaunty angle. And that jaunty angle is exactly horizontal, just makes it easier to gauge the results of our Motion Blur that we're about to apply. And then in front we have the blur layer, which is stretched like crazy and it's both stretched and skewed to match the angle of the wings, and the reason that I stretched it is so that it will better withstand the withering effects of the Motion Blur filter, which has a tendency of reducing the size of a foreground image. This is going to look absolutely great, because it's so stretched; we're going to have a ton of Motion Blur to work with.

All right. So make sure that blur layer is active, and incidentally if you're just joining me, you can catch right up by op...

A jet of motion blur
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A jet of motion blur provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS3 Channels & Masks: Advanced Techniques

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Design Photography
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