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Name Madjid Hopland Taibi
Age N/A
Born France
Email maddle@hopeland.co.uk
Homepage www.Multimania.com/loop

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Re: Madjid Hopland Taibi
By Majid on Jun 01, 2007 09:28 AM
Hey guys , this is not a post processed blur , i ve used native lightwave motion blur, this sentation is given by the fact that my camera is shaking as the "mangooze" come near to it. Thanks for your critics, i did this pictures in 1997 and u still enjoying it, may be this still comes better as a good old wine !


Re: Madjid Hopland Taibi
By SJez on Apr 10, 2007 11:20 PM
I agree that it does look like gaussian blur, i.e., 3 axes of blurring as opposed to a single axis achieved with motion blur. Otherwise, this is really good.
Re: Madjid Hopland Taibi
By Harry on Feb 20, 2007 01:00 PM
to dsf (above) "Gaussian Blur" is an *even* blurring algorithm (ie: it blurs on all axes) - what you are referring to is *motion blur* which is an in-render effect ,by an large, and a natural by-product of camera motion - in other words, you are a moron. Have the facts handy before showing you're an idiot.
Re: Madjid Hopland Taibi
By Map on Jan 29, 2007 06:15 AM
I love motion blur effect. I makes certain images 100s of times more striking. That image is a very, very cool image. Bravo! Dsf is a tit. Dont listen to the fool! I pity the fool, I pity the fool, i do, I pity the fool - as said in graceful, sensitive words of B.A. Barakus of the A-Team!!!
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By fdykdhrksvmgdngdgjhg on Jan 19, 2006 08:39 PM
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Re: Madjid Hopland Taibi
By Reeno on Dec 01, 2004 10:30 AM
That's not gaussian blur dsf, it's called motion blur. Now how can somebody who wants to convey speed not use that effect? On the other hand once your eye is trained, you can spot delicate detail even through blur, that's not a problem.
Dear Madjid, your creation is beautiful, the vehicles look very convincing and your choice of background was right on target.
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