Friday, July 19, 2013
Mastering Intentional Blur
Most photographers would probably agree that blurry images are badBy William Sawalich Published in Tip Of The Week
Most photographers would probably agree that blurry images are bad. Whether they're caused by poor focus, camera shake or a fast-moving subject, blur is not usually desirable. But, in some situations blur can actually be a valuable story-telling tool. It can demonstrate the speed of a fast-moving subject, or communicate anxiety with a bit of camera shake, or even create a dynamic attention-grabbing special effect via zoom blur. Here are some popular types of blur, and how you can put them to work in your photos.
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