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looking for help on how to achieve this look


Davidorr

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I found this photographer/graphic designer on Instagram.


Here is a sample and I am desperately attempting to figure out how he does this, I live in southern California and I would love to create similar images:


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Any help would be great!

Thanks in advance,

Dave
 

IamSam

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Hello and welcome.

Duplicate your original image layer. Turn off original layer.
We want to be able to edit the blur at any time so convert the duplicate/copy layer into a smart object.
Add a Motion Blur smart filter and adjust.
Select the provided mask that is added with the smart filter and mask out any subjects or materials you don't want blurred.

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