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blur effect

blur effect

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Hy guys!

Any of you can give me a suggestion on how to do those image effects from the link below:

http://www.archi-web.com  ;;
(if not working when click, copy and paste in your browser).

Any suggestion appreciated!!!


http://www.inwww.ltd.uk

RE: blur effect

I assume you are refering to the image of the girls fce?

Have you tried the Effects-> Blur-> tools.

It appears to me that the image was either "softened", or "smoothed" then shifted slightly to the left, applied to a timeline and returned to the original image.  Radial blur and Zoom blur can have similar effects if done at low percentages.

Russell

RE: blur effect

I assume you are refering to the image of the girls fce?

Have you tried the Effects-> Blur-> tools.

It appears to me that the image was either "softened", or "smoothed" then shifted slightly to the left, applied to a timeline in Flash and returned to the original image.  Radial blur and Zoom blur can have similar effects if done at low percentages.

Russell

RE: blur effect

sorry for the double post - I have been having problems all morning with time out errors on this site.

Russell

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