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Day 26 Oct 2010: Have you used blur in a landscape shot?

26 Oct 2010 12:01AM
Today we want to see your silky looking waterfalls and smooth waves breaking along the coast as we're talking about adding blur into landscape shots.

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Psin 15 66 England
26 Oct 2010 12:33AM
Falls of Wales



fraser 17 631 14 Scotland
26 Oct 2010 9:13AM
A photograph of a memorial bench, entitled "Departed"

User_Removed 14 2.2k 3 United Kingdom
26 Oct 2010 9:47AM
waboardman 10 2 New Zealand
26 Oct 2010 12:59PM
My First attempt at slow shutter speeds.
Paul Morgan 20 19.5k 6 England
26 Oct 2010 3:29PM
On the move, zoom blur using your feet, lensbaby 2.0

JamesGarfield 12 915 4 United Kingdom
26 Oct 2010 4:28PM
A shot taken at Southwold in March this year.

MalcolmS Plus
16 1.2k 13 England
26 Oct 2010 6:20PM



Three of a number taken at Rushmore Country Park
MalcolmS Plus
16 1.2k 13 England
26 Oct 2010 6:40PM
Apologies, didn't read the brief properly
csurry 19 9.2k 92
26 Oct 2010 7:29PM
Well not exactly what was described in the article, but it is both a combination of a slow shutter speed and deliberate movement.

StrayCat 17 19.1k 3 Canada
26 Oct 2010 8:44PM
That's very interesting Cheryl. If my memory serves me correctly, our Pete was experimenting with this sort of thing awhile ago.Grin
Hazel_SR 11 13 United Kingdom
5 Nov 2010 10:34AM
braddy 11 30 Scotland
9 Nov 2010 8:16AM
Blur added to foreground and background in post-processing to give that "toy-town" effect.

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