Classic Car #4
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ridge471


Location: NJ US
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Sun 15-April-2018 08:02 Rating: 10 

Fantastic love the motion blur!
mstracke


Location: Burnet TX US
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Mon 11-June-2018 03:12 Rating: 10 

This is stunning, how did you accomplish it?
skibreeze7

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Location: Astoria OR US
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Tue 12-June-2018 12:54

Hi Mark,


I made a duplicate layer of the image of the car in photoshop, employed the "zoom" radial blur tool (50-70 setting, I don't remember)on the top layer, and then went into quick-mask mode, and painted out (or erased) the blur effects so the image of the car on the bottom layer was exposed. Then, just a matter of trying to fine-tune the interface between the upper blurred layer and the lower car image layer. Thanks for the nice comment.


God bless,
Darryl
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Wed 13-June-2018 10:26

Hi Darryl - I love car shots and I love creative ! Good job.Larry E30