Old photo new tricks..

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  1. Heck

    Heck TPF Noob!

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    This is a photo that a friend took of my old car..It was just parked in a lot at high noon with a point and shoot.. This is before I got into cameras. So I took it into photoshop and did a make over.

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    Yemme No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    I like the reflection off the hood... nice.
     
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    i hope u didnt mind me edditing ur photo, as it says u wont mind (under your name).
    but i added some radial blur to the weels and some smoke to the rear wheels to make it look like it is drifting
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    Radial blur. lol damn I did not think of that.. I was thinking of a harder way and kinda gave up. I assume you just went over the wheel with some radial blur and tweaked the settings? Or was it more than that? Thanks for the edit it improved the photo much more.
     
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    ya i set up the radial blur around the tire and tweaked it to simulate the speed the wheel would be rotating. the rear wheel didnt blur exactly how i wanted it too, as it is at such an odd angle.

    this was actualy my first shot at real photoshop (but i used gimp) as the only other thing i do with it is add watermarks to my photos.
     

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