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    Just A Small Fry

    Kung Yee Chai, Kang Hu Kia, Ikan Bilis or in simple english Anchovies.






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    Using Macro ?? xD
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    Yes zerowindez!
    It was shot with the Tamron SP90 macro lens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by choopy
    Kung Yee Chai, Kang Hu Kia, Ikan Bilis or in simple english Anchovies.


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    How do you make this effect ... seem as if the anchovies are moving while you take this picture. Care to share?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mammoth
    How do you make this effect ... seem as if the anchovies are moving while you take this picture.
    photoshop?
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    You can duplicate that effect by zooming in with the lens while taking the shot.
    But since choopy was using a prime macro lens, I guess it must've been photoshopped.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mammoth
    How do you make this effect. Care to share?
    No problem.
    Open file > Select Filter > Blur > Radial Blur > Select the amount > Blur method: Zoom.
    You can select and shift the blur centre in your photo.
    For 72dpi resolution file, you can try and adjust 'amount' at around '20'.

    For expert photographers, they do this 'live' by physically zooming the lens barrel when clicking the shutter button.

    Hope this helps.

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