In Part 1 (of two) of this tutorial learn how you can create the effect of object rapid movement using as an example a fast moving car.
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Start by opening photo on Photoshop. Duplicate layer with Ctrl+J. With Polygonal Lasso Tool selected cut out the car from the copied layer.
When you have car selected go to Select > Inverse and press Del. If you turn off the visibility of the layer with photo you should have something like this:
Turn back on visibility of background layer. We’ll work with the background layer. Go to Filter > Blur > Motion Blur:
Select car layer and duplicate it with Ctrl+J. Go to Filter > Blur > Motion Blur for the copied layer:
Select the Eraser Tool with soft-edged brush and erase the blurred layer in the hood area.
Merge layers with car by selecting both layers and pressing Ctrl+E.
Now select the wheel rim area with the Polygonal Lasso Tool.
Copy selection to a new layer by pressing Ctrl+J.
Go to Edit > Transformer > Scale to scale the wheel rim to get something similar to my screenshot below.
Go to Edit > Transformer > Warp.
Still with wheel rim selected go to Select > Load Selection. After that apply Filter > Blur > Radial Blur with following settings:
Move wheel rim back to his place and apply Edit < Transformer > Warp again.
Repeat step 5 all over for the other wheel rim in the back. In the end merge all layers except background layer and we will have only two layers.
Part 2 of this tutorial nas been published.