Uploaded: April 23, 2020 15:25:57 | Entered: April 23, 2020 15:27:40


So this is a fun and easy one to do. It is suppose to look like the color is coming off of the subject, that it is moving so fast. This is just done by basic PS brushes and the smudge tool. So you cut out a subject, place it on a black background, use the eye dropper tool to match the color on your subject, then just dot and smudge until you like it!

Exif: Camera: Canon Canon EOS 80D; Shutter Speed: 1/500; Aperture: f/16.0; ISO: 3200; Orientation: 1; Date: 2020:04:21 08:00:31


LJ Corliss level-classic April 23, 2020

Excellent :) #1737967

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