48 thoughts on “Blur

  1. Love the effect Stacy, it was good that a couple of people stayed put so to anchor the scene and with the few that moved it gave just the right amount of blur. Parfait! 🙂

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  2. Ooh, I like that. I haven’t done that exercise in awhile, i.e. setting a slow shutter speed and getting the whirls of people movement … probably because I am sans tripod these days. But I digress. I like the sense of motion in the picture. Good one.

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    • Thanks for that! Though I have to say, I wasn’t using a tripod for this – which just might have exaggerated the movement a bit with blur from hand-holding. But it seems to have worked pretty well 🙂

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    • Thanks, Edith. I’ve held on to this image for a bit. I wasn’t quite sure if I liked it or not, but I just couldn’t let it go. It’s turned out to be my most-liked photo, and that’s taught me a lot about what can work in an image!

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