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Looks cool. How'd you pull that off?

Is one of your side markers black while the other is stock or were these just taken at different times?
 

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Use photoshop.

Choose the oval selection tool.
Set feathering to about 20 pixels or so.
Make an oval selection of the area you want in focus.
Select inverse.
Apply a gausian blur.

If you want you can use the spherize (sp?) filter on it a bit too.

Not as good as the real effect, but as good as that cheesy website offers.

HAVE FUN! :rolleyes:
 

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Use photoshop.

Choose the oval selection tool.
Set feathering to about 20 pixels or so.
Make an oval selection of the area you want in focus.
Select inverse.
Apply a gausian blur.

If you want you can use the spherize (sp?) filter on it a bit too.

Not as good as the real effect, but as good as that cheesy website offers.

HAVE FUN! :rolleyes:
Thanks, i'll give that a shot for sure.
 

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Use photoshop.

Choose the oval selection tool.
Set feathering to about 20 pixels or so.
Make an oval selection of the area you want in focus.
Select inverse.
Apply a gausian blur.

If you want you can use the spherize (sp?) filter on it a bit too.

Not as good as the real effect, but as good as that cheesy website offers.

HAVE FUN! :rolleyes:
Better way of doing it (what that posted link does) is to make a copy of the base layer, apply the blur to it, then apply a reflected gradient (white-black-white) to a mask.
 

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Are those your G20s? My fiance has one and it is a pretty cool car with the sr20.
my old cars, green one got rear ended, silver one i sold for tha saab

tell her to check www.G20.net if she has any issues
 
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