Tuesday, June 7, 2011

I'm in Love with Blur

I do love blur art photography and now that summer is here, everyone I image can look that much more beautiful if they appear in blur.  I know blur not for everyone.  Some people say they have to visually strain too much to see what's happening but that's not the point. 

Visually straining to see what you won't be able to see is not the point of appreciating this style of photographic imaging and unconventional photography.  Blur provides a certain amount of mystery and erases the clarity and sharpness that is not always flattering to so many of us no matter what our age or state of affairs.

Think of blur as another way to receive the impressions of what should be within your capability to get the impression of in terms of the photographic.  Is it a scene, a person, male, female and so on?  Once you have the answer to that why need to see every feature clearly when you can have the impression that they present as with a gentler visual impact. 

Blur reminds me of poetry, the edges are off the prose and you get the impression without all the verbiage which frees the mind to up to a certain degree to appreciate language in  perhaps a more musical way.  With blur, there is the beauty of it all. 

In the coming weeks I will be posting more images in blur and will probably dedicate this blog for the most part to this style of imaging.  I hope you will enjoy or come to enjoy, depending, what this special effects photography has to offer you the viewer. 

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