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thetriguy 13 23 12 United States
26 Mar 2009 4:52PM
You're going in the right direction. Here's a thought. Try adding more "motion blut" (vertical) to the image. That might give you more of an abstract image. Before that, you could also make an adjustment layer, add some Gaussian blur (up to about 50 or so) and after you merge the images try the motion blur. See what happens.
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Wilmot 9 338 1 United Kingdom
27 Apr 2009 10:27AM
I like this alot

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