Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by xenon supra, Nov 20, 2007.
you're getting some weird ghosting effect....
i think its from blurring out the background in photoshop.
Yeah, all the blur, including the wheels, looks really weird.
how about next time try doing it in camera?
Is bryanboy your driver in the BMW?
those just plain suck.
lol @ the reflection of static images in the BMW shot.
how do you take shots like this? what kind of setup is it?
I agree...natural blur > photoshop'd blur
you're such an elitist douche
why the elitist attitude when someone asks a valid question? why not just simply answer him if you think its such a stupid question?
I expect this shit in the main forum, but jesus, grow up.
hmmmm...might be a clue here someplace...
maybe next time, before you stuff a 55 gallon drum of sand up your vagina, you'll actually READ the thread? kthxbye.
here's a clue
use a shorter exposure
because he is a douche...
to the OP, use a smaller aperture or set your shutter between 1/20" and 1/40" to get a good background blur. adjust according to lighting. it is usually done better at slower speeds
yeah.. if I looked at them for about 0.2 seconds I'd think they were sweet-ass rolling shots with super sharp cars,
but the photoshop cheese has to go
Blur also looks like it is going the wrong way in the 2nd one.
bump down the ISO from 400
stop down to f8-f11
shoot at 1/30 instead of 1/750
thanks for some actual useful tips.
will this give me the desired "blur" affect straight from the camera.