FloMotion shows four different methods to create motion blur effects in After Effects.
With the recent rise in popularity, there are many ways to create an effect similar to motion blur. In this article FloMotion will show you four different techniques that can be implemented with Adobe After Effects!
What is it? Motion blurs make footage look more realistic by creating dramatic unnatural shaking when objects move quickly past each other or if one of them has been shot at higher shutter speeds than what would have normally occurred while filming effectively giving us greater insight into how fast things happen around us on daily basis because they appear frozen for just a brief moment before moving away again- kind’ve like life itself haha.
Some people will turn on the motion blur switch and render, while others may tweak some of those settings to get a specific look. Still other’s prefer more robust tools such as plugins for faster workflow with less hassle or even custom made presets in postproduction software like After Effects which we can use when editing videos together so they don’t match up colors from different cameras perfectly anymore because each one has its own unique color profile baked into them sometimes!
In this new quick tip, Florian shows four different ways to create a blur and illustrates the unique looks that each approach yields. The tutorial demonstrates how you can use native blurring techniques such as pixelization or wide-time effects for your photos while also going into depth about Echoing images in post production too!