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  • To Blur or not to Blur?

    I like the image without blur, simple and sharp. However does the addition of motion blur to the blades add some life to the object?




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    Re: To Blur or not to Blur?

    Hmm, doesn't look like motion related blur to me I'm afraid Greg, just camera shake but to the selected area. Much prefer the sharp image.

    jo

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    • #3
      Re: To Blur or not to Blur?

      The added blur doesn't work for me. I prefer the original
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      • #4
        Re: To Blur or not to Blur?

        Originally posted by 19ninety View Post
        I like the image without blur, simple and sharp. However does the addition of motion blur to the blades add some life to the object?



        Hi

        If you are going to add motion blur, I feel it needs more, as it is its neither one nor the other.
        So on these samples sharp is best.

        Patrick

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        • #5
          Re: To Blur or not to Blur?

          Prefer the sharp focus too!
          Jocelyn

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          • #6
            Re: To Blur or not to Blur?

            hi

            Great capture of colours. Re the blur patrick hit the nail on the head. It needs to look like you meant to capture movement.

            Best regards

            Josh
            http://www.flickr.com/photos/40196275@N08/

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            • #7
              Re: To Blur or not to Blur?

              the wrong kind of blur was added. for this particular shot, radial blur was required with the centre point being the hub of the blades.

              rough and ready example....

              Dave
              http://www.devilgas.com

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              • #8
                Re: To Blur or not to Blur?

                MMM, I would say do the motion blur thing for real life and not try to replicate it with software, its a pleasant shot but not something I would spend time on.
                Ash.
                http://www.ftmphotography.co.uk

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                • #9
                  Re: To Blur or not to Blur?

                  Ah I'll have a look at radial blur and see how I get on, just from a practice point of view. The one with blur was only really to see if it could have added to the image at all, but looking at it I thin its pretty self explanatory what the wind turbines do and over all now I'm thinking it may, even if done well, distract the eye from rest of the image. I am going to separate the two turbine that are together to fill the space to the right.
                  Thanks for all of your input!

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