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Postby barrow758 » Fri Jan 12, 2018 10:03 pm

a couple of old cars seen at morecambe given a bit of treatment hope you like ImageIMG_5771-bugati by kingsown, on FlickrImageIMG_4561car by kingsown, on Flickr
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Re: vintage

Postby Richard B » Sat Jan 13, 2018 11:10 am

To much blur added to the 1st shot, the wheels are static with no motion at all. Looks like a stationary car with too much background blur.
Does not work for me.
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Re: vintage

Postby Supra » Mon Jan 15, 2018 11:16 am

Sorry!... doesn't work for me.
In the first image it appears to be 'flying', the static wheels don't help & the drivers' face would be spread back around his ears at the speed of blur! (& it's a nasty 'Q-plate' replica :( )
Can't see the second one as anything but a car falling off a multi-storey car-park :S
If you can get a shot of the Chitty Chitty Bang Bang replica car that exists, then apply your 1st shot PP.... that could work well?
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Re: vintage

Postby Olicat » Mon Jan 15, 2018 12:00 pm

I prefer the first to the second. Take your time with masking the car to avoid the straight lines on the wheels, which make look a bit jagged and unnatural to me. You can apply a radial blur to the wheels which will do the motion blur, but in a circular direction. On the whole I'd tone the motion blur down a notch too to make things look a little bit more 'real' and remove some of the effects that make it look like the motion blur is 'leaking' into the back of the car.
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