Anita Ko  


Racer by Anita Ko

February 2021 - Racer

February 2021 - Anita Ko

Original

February 2021 - Anita Ko

Original 2

About the Image(s)

How I did it
1. Used one blank background with no object
2. take the object out using quick select tool in the object photo
3. made the wheel spin using Blur Gallery -> spin blur
4. Merge the background layer with the select subject then create double image using path blur
5. add another select subject to the layer
6. create dust using the brush tool


4 comments posted




Larry Treadwell   Larry Treadwell
(Groups 36 & 67)
A very powerful and dynamic image. This is well done, but I could do without the "dust" in front of the lead image.

I might be my eye, probably is, but I have the feeling that the racer is going up hill. The wall is fine, but not the racer. Can you slightly rotate his layer to level the field?

What do you think?   Posted: 02/09/2021 13:27:29



Anita Ko   Anita Ko
Thank Larry for your valuable feedback
Nothing wrong with your eye. I will adjust and rotate the racer layer to the level of the field. Otherwise the racer seems to be out of control and running to the other side of the road :)   Posted: 02/10/2021 06:10:08



Jerry Funk   Jerry Funk
Very creative and well done. Given the parallel lines in the background, I have no problem with the appearance of going uphill.   Posted: 02/16/2021 11:07:27



Pat Couder   Pat Couder
I agree with Jerry, ditch the dust. Very well blended together and the motion is super. I might slice off the bottom   Posted: 02/17/2021 11:01:53



 

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