Friday, 13 March 2009

Posted to help with my reply to Marks question on yesterdays post.

2 comments:

Mark Alan Meader said...

Thanks for adding this one, Mook. You know, most people would have used a simple gaussian blur in this situation, but using the motion blur instead was oddly effective. It makes the subject building look like it is moving rapidly and you were panning with the camera to catch it, which blurred out the background(like at a horse or car race). I really like the result... the sense of motion is just so out of place that it really grabs your attention, and that's always a good thing:)

Mook said...

Many thanks Mark you are way to generous with your comment!

The building is actually an old railway carriage next to a railway line with the wheels removed so the motion blur you could say is more apt. That was part of the idea anyway. Cheers.

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