Illusion of speed

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  1. Nein-reis

    Nein-reis TPF Noob!

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    Not a whole lot of editing... long exposure with my 70-200mm f/4 L lens. Slight contrast, and a 2nd duplicate layer with a motion blur and 67% transulcent...

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    What do you think??? C&C please
     
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    There's no driver.....
     
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    im pretty sure its just a model car


    or is it?
     
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    Ha ha, yeah its a model car... thought that was apparent
     
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    Not a bad effect... but don't forget the tires! Add a radial blur to the wheelwalls and the overall effect should be a little easier to swallow. Cool look nonetheless!
     
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    You need radial blur on the wheels, to make them go round, also because its turning some diagonal blur heading up the photo. I would create 4 or 5 duplicates of the image on different layers, set them transparent, and then delete the blur as applicable. Or go find a real race car :D
     
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    If it's going foward, shouldn't all the blur be going back? The blur on the wing is going both ways.
     
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    If we are being picky, the blur should all be curved, because of the angle the wheels are turning to all the blur should be curved lol
     
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    I think you did a good job on it.
    At first I thought it was actually moving... then I read that it was just a model car. =P
     

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