This is True Motion Blur. No Plugins required…
I took this pic tonight while driving through the Lincoln Tunnel on my way into the NYC. What I really like about this image is the natural motion blur effect. I believe that I was doing about 75 mph at the time (Something I don’t recommend by the way). I quickly grabbed my iPhone and got some cool results!
Well you might want to check out this free, but fantastic site that has saved my ass on many occasions.
I was first introduced to stock.xchng while still in school. I needed a couple of photos for a 4 minute piece I was putting together. A teacher suggested this site and I’ve been using it ever since…
Now, don’t get me wrong, the images on this site are decent, and will get you by, but If you truly want better quality photos this site gives you 10 additional images to choose from, from istockphoto.com that you can then of course purchase.
Courtesy of: zap2it.com
I saw these real pictures that look like Photoshop on zap2it.com today and thought they were pretty cool! I think you’ll enjoy them too!!
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The importance of environment change for the Creative Professional
As Designers, it’s important to change your creative environment from time to time. I had the great pleasure of getting away this weekend to Kissimmee, FL, where I worked on some sketches and my tan at the same time. There’s something special about a location change that does something for the creative flow.
My advice to you my fellow designers is this: Take a weekend trip somewhere. Get out and away from your day to day studio and you’ll find some new inspiration for your workflow. Travel is great for the creative mind!