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Old Oct 1, 2009, 12:49 PM   #1
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Hey, experimenting a little with zooming, panning and moving around.

Some pictures, while using this technique, creates a bit of Monet-kind-of-feel. Tell me what you guys think
And also, I would love it if you would try and guess what it actually is hehe





#1 - Panning
#2 - Zooming
#3 - Panning
#4 - Zooming
#5 - Moving

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Old Oct 1, 2009, 3:17 PM   #2
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haha nice one i have a shot somewhere that i did playing around a while ago of a speaker i called it sound i will try and find it for you as it is on the same line
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The last one is definitely by Monet. But you have got it upside-down!
It's called autumm-flowers (when its the right way up...)




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These are very nice.

Photoshop (and other programs) have filters that do this...

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These are very nice.

Photoshop (and other programs) have filters that do this...

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Really? which ones? Never seen any filter that does this. Sure you don't need a Third Party program for those kinds of filters?
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In CS2 (and I imagine above) try motion blur and radial blur options.

But yes, you can't do everything you did.

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