- Category: Exercises
- Published on Thursday, 05 July 2012 17:10
- Written by Super User
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Take a blurry picture.
Pictures that are all in focus are fun and good, but an artistic photograph that is completely out of focus is a difficult and rare occurrence. There are several types of blur that can occur in a picture. The first is Motion Blur, when everything is moving too fast for your camera to catch up. The second, the Focal Blur, is when your lens is not focused. For this exercise either one will work. These effects are fairly easy to achieve. For motion blur you either have to be moving the camera really fast or, if you are shooting on manual, increase your Shutter Speed, the higher the better. For the Focal Blur you have to make sure that your camera does not automatically focus when you push the button.
Have fun, good luck; please send us your results.