Learn to create pleasing blurs – Watch this unique 2 hour where (http://www.birdsasart-blog.com/) and Professional Photographer and Artist (http://www.deniseippolito.com/) shares their approach in creating some fine purposely made blurs and show that a photograph doesn’t always have to be tack sharp.
Another great narration by Arthur and Denise and a must watch if you even slightly into blurs and creativity.

If the video above doesn’t work head over and watch it on ’s channel on YouTube HERE

 

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