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Now let’s blur the left side of the scene – just next to the face. Create a new layer from all the visible layers (Ctrl + Shift + Alt + E) and apply a 50px Gaussian Blur (Filter > Blur > Gaussian Blur). Add a layer mask to this layer and fill it with black (Shift + F5). With a white round soft brush paint over the area indicated below to reveal the Gaussian blur effect.
New let’s create some white motion lines. Use the Rectangular Marquee Tool to create a selection like shown below and fill it white (Shift + F5).
Lower the opacity of this rectangle layer to 15% and duplicate it three times with Ctrl + J. Move each duplicate a bit upper than the previous layer.
Group these rectangle layers together and lower the group’s opacity to 55%. Add a layer mask and hide the area on the right side of the scene with a round black soft brush (paint in the layer mask with it).
Now let’s create some more motion lines. Create a new layer and render some clouds (Filter > Render > Clouds). Add some noise by going to Filter > Noise > Add Noise and using the settings below.
Now apply a strong motion blur effect (Filter > Blur > Motion Blur).
Change the blending mode of the motion blur layer to Soft Light and add a layer mask. Hide partially the area on the right and the area over the face.
Let’s change the overall mood of the scene. Create a Color Balance Adjustment Layer (Layer > New Adjustment Layer > Color Balance) and use the settings shown below.
Create a Curves Adjustment Layer (Layer > New Adjustment Layer > Curves) and use the settings shown below to increase luminosity. In the layer mask use the Gradient Tool to hide this effect on the right side of the scene.
Let’s add some highlights to the face to make it pop. Create a new layer and set the blending mode to Overlay. Choose the standard round soft brush and lower the opacity to 30% and set the size to 100px. Paint over the cheekbones, the nose and the forehead.
Now let’s modify the dynamics of our motion lines. Create a new layer from all the visible layers (Ctrl + Shift + Alt + E) and use the Liquify tool (Filter > Liquify) to create the image shown below.