blurring the edges

 

You might remember a post from a week or so back, in which I looked for examples of blur in my post photographs. The result was that I discovered that, by far, most of the blur that I place in my images is in the form of motion blur.

Last weekend, as I was out and about, I looked for opportunities to include other non-motion blurs in my photos. You can see the results in these images. The first was created by shooting through the condensation on a window pane. The second was achieved by shooting the reflection in a glass block.

The greatest result was proving that you can teach this old dog a few new tricks.

Have a grea tweak folks. Try to pick up a new trick of your own.

Tim

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