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skibreeze7

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Keywords: Vintage Blur
Camera: D800
Lens & Filters: Zeiss 21mm Distagon
Film/ISO: 100
Aperture: F/16
Shutter speed: 8 sec
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Wed 01-January-2014 10:59

Great image Darryl. How did you get the blur effect - I assume the car was not moving?
skibreeze7

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Location: Astoria OR US
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Tue 21-January-2014 01:17

Correct, Richard. The car was parked in front of a local river-front hotel.


In photoshop, I copied the image to a new layer, and employed the radial blur tool to the top layer. Then, using quick-mask mode, I erased the blurred effects on the car, exposing the untouched car from the bottom layer.


Cheers,
Darryl