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You can either spend a long time in Photoshop mashing the face around into a front on image (which will never be perfect unless your one hell of a digital artist) or find another set of images and start fresh But by far the best way to do it (which is how I was taught) was to take photo's ourselves, you get all the angles references etc... you need and if ...
it is greate information for blur effect. I have a link in which you can see guidance of blur effect http://www.tutorialz360.com/how-to-make-blur-effect-in-photoshop-or-make-blurry-pictures-photoshop
Just do "Save us". "Save to web and devices..." is used to save a jpeg format to a web and cellphone platform, it lets you compress the image for web dissemination.
instead of slicing crop, then save...
You can create two layer comps (Window > Layer Comps). Assign a shortcut to the next and previous comp items (Edit > Keyboard Shortcuts > Panel Menus > Layer Comps) Then just use your assigned shortcuts to toggle between comps.
Draw path copy paste it + adjust once done, stroke all paths with medium soft brush white color all on same layer. apply layer mask, and make close some transparent while further or center being the most dense/apparent. apply inner glow and outer glow, in blending options select layer mask hides effect.
Assuming you're starting with a nice night photo of an empty road without any headlights... I'd make vector drawing first, to draw several curves where the headlight trails should be. Have some of them start or end in random places - simulating where cars happened to be at the beginning or end of the long exposure. Use the photo as a reference, but don't ...
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