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My Entry for the the Bridge-Bonanza Challenge.

Hope you like it.



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5 hours ago, nRVOUS said:

How exactly can you achieve to effect?

you mean how I added the shallow depth of field effect?

I photoshopped it. I made a selection of the bridge the crane and the pylons, inverted it and added a gaussian blur.

The protesters roping down are painted in with a brush.

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On 8/2/2016 at 6:01 PM, schokoladeneis 1 said:

you mean how I added the shallow depth of field effect?

I photoshopped it. I made a selection of the bridge the crane and the pylons, inverted it and added a gaussian blur.

The protesters roping down are painted in with a brush.

I made a typo but I meant what mod are you using that has that bridge?

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