Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Blur is Not Always Bad

Blur is not always bad. Here it invites the viewer to feel the wind and freedom of flight. The delicate etchings of the feathers are not lost to the wind; they are remarkably present. We feel the movement and see what moves, both. Contrasting the solid and still perch with the blur that fills the frame is an effective way to draw attention to the subject.

1 comment:

  1. This is so true! I love this photo. Blur make you more interesting in this object in motion.
    Keep doing this work :)