How To Add DYNAMIC Blurs in Photoshop – Path Blur Motion Effects Tutorial

In this tutorial, I’m going to show you how to use the Path Blur filter in Photoshop to add dynamic blurs.

The Path Blur Filter is one of the 5 Filter available in the Blur Gallery. This filter allows you to add motion blur effects to an image using paths.

What we’re going to do in this tutorial is add a dynamic blur to bring motion into the image of the soccer player.

This is, of course, a stylized effect, so consider using this technique on your poster designs, and composites.

We will start by going over the Path Blur Filter and how it works, then we will apply the effect to the photo.

📘 INDEX – How To Use The Path Blur Filter

00:52 – Extracting the Subject
02:47 – How The Path Blur Filter Works
04:35 – Applying the Dynamic Blur To the Soccer Player

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vinnu nani says:

Nice one bro I want to know more like this waiting for much more videos like this

Tony Walker says:

Excellent tutorial and nice and easy to follow. Celtic FC for me here in Scotland

Tomo says:

Dinamo Zagreb (Croatia). Great tutorial!

Zac Design says:

I want to make text with different colors if let’s say the background has two colors white and black split in half
And i want the text to appear on both white and black color
So How can i do that without changing the color of the text one by one

Omar Hamad says:

I do follow Liverpool FC, I am diehard fan of the club. #YNWA

Gordon Stevens says:

Jesus great tutorial. I am a West Ham United Supporter.

Damal Production says:

Hi You can not do it for us, as the person expands

Luciano says:

You are very talented and know the tools very well, your videos are great. Thank you.

Sukha Sri Venkatesh Babu says:

Very good. It’s working for me

Golbon Mol says:

I love football (soccer) too and played. Persepolis (from Tehran, Iran) is my team.

Milon Khan says:


Erik Lyngsøe says:

as usually great video

Balaram Paul says:

Nice Video
Mobile Photography #balarampaul

Alejandro Gutiérrez Olarte says:

Chivas Rayadas del Guadalajara! (as you can see in my pic) LOL. Great tutorial as always!!

Barrie Price says:

Thanks for a really good channel, I find your videos very clear and useful. I was born and raised in Manchester UK and Manchester United is my team, big admirer of Barca as well.

Steve LeMaster says:

Cool. Have you checked out the new content aware tool? It is amazing.

Alistair Nitz says:

Another quality episode Jesús and I look forward to using these methods on my photos of my son, who plays Youth Premier League in Canberra Lazio. Sono un grande tifoso della Lazio in Serie A.

Carlos says:

By all means… River Plate (Argentina)

Technical Mentor says:

Love You Sir

Ed de Jong says:

Very nice – thnx for sharing!

Marje - says:

A video packed with info … and not a wasted moment. Thanks!

AciD ToX says:

Jesus please stop calling it soccer, this is football… Foot – Ball not soccer, i dont even know what the word soccer means. Thank u for your tutorials and Viva La Barca!

worldmind says:


Gilson Tristan says:

Thanks JR, very interesting tutorial as always! I support Corinthians in Brazil.

Ken Morris says:

Fantastic video…sorry but ice hockey is my sport, both watch and played. Big fan of the St Louis Blues since 1968…

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