Sunday, January 25, 2009
Requirements - Adobe Photoshop all.
Level - General.
Estimated Time - 30 Min.
You will find many posts for Motion Effect in Photoshop, and what they do is - simply add Motion Blur Filter on the Object or on the Background. And so the outcome is a Blurry Image. So I'm making this post that won't make your Object Blurry.
Step 1. Choose your Image(obviously) and make a rough selection of the Object you want to move using the Polygonal Lasso Tool.
Step 2. Now go into Quick Mask Mode by pressing "Q" button in Key-board. Now your unselected parts are red and selected parts are normal in color. Use the Brush Tool(select White brush to reveal, and black to cover) to make a detailed and perfect selection. When you are done press the "Q" button again and your object will be selected.
Spte 3. Cut and Paste the selected object in a new Layer, and make Two Duplicate Layers of this object.
Step 4. Lock the Layer that is on top.
Add Motion Blur Filter on the Second Layer, (Filter>>Blur>>Motion Blur) with this settings.
Step 5. Add Wind Filter on the Third Layer, (Filter>>Stylize>>Wind) with this settings.
After that add Motion Filter on the Same Layer, (Filter>>Blur>>Motion Blur) with this settings.
You are almost done.
Step 6. As our object is moving from Right to Left, move the Second and the Trird Layer to Right. You may need to use te Blur Tool.
Step 7.Take Smudge Tool (set its strength to 19-20%) and smudge from Left to Right over the first layer.
Now You are Done.
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