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Quote, originally posted by Raek » i vote for this to be stickied.
would it be very difficult for you to set up your first post like the DIY FAQ in the MK4 forum? that way you can have tips listed in the first post and link it to the appropriate page..... just wondering.
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it's for exactly what it sounds like.
sometimes when you take a shot or you're editing, things aren't as clear as you would like them to be. easiest way to describe it is with a picture. so here you are.
this picture is SUPER sharpened to show how sharpening can make color shifts.
here is the image again with proper sharpening but still exaggerated.
link to website - http://www.nobledesktop.com/pa-sharpening.html
Modified by emerican dub at 9:55 PM 10-25-2009
That typically isn't done in photoshop, but usually done with an actual pan shot... You typically match the the shutter speed to the actual speed (mph) you are traveling and shoot the car/vehicle so that the vehicle is static and in focus, while the background is blurred,etc... Is that what you mean?? Or are you actually looking for an blurred motion look for photoshop??
what i have always wondered about is how to drop your watermark into a photo so it appears the same relative size in every picture regardless of the images size itself. any thoughts?
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heres a fun one. tilt shift effect! cause who can afford a legit tilt shift lens?
and an example of one ive done recently. came out alright, but being higher up with a downward view really sells the effect