As you already saw in Motion and Blur Photography for Inspiration – Part I that Motion blur is an effect you will see in photographs of scenes where objects are moving. It is mostly noticeable when the exposure is long, or if objects in the scene are moving rapidly.
You can see motion blur to some extent in almost every film and TV program. It is likely, however, that you will not notice it. Like many artifacts of photography, you only usually notice it’s absence, and it’s presence gives an air of realism.
Now to give it more attention Here in this showcase, we presenting a Extended collection of Motion and Blur Photography in which all photographs are linked and lead to the source – the respective photographers.
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