Making blurred photographs in praise of blurred photographs

It is worth and fun experimenting with photography. And, one of the experiments is blur photography.

It creates stress and mystery that are interesting specificities in photography. The reality of things are altered, creating an aesthetic and ‘plastic effect’ (change the forms of objects) different from what our eyes are accustomed to see.

I really like these effects, especially when the worked image is in color.

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Published by Antonio Mozeto

I'm an amateur photographer based in the city of São Carlos, São Paulo state, SE Brazil. I used to make photographs since I was about 15-17 years old. My first camera was a Olympus Trip, an analogue camera. Many years after that I switched to several digital cameras. Presently I own a Nikon D500 with a small set of lenses and a Fujifilm X100T 23mm. A few years after my retirement as an university professor, after teaching Environmental Chemistry at the Federal University of São Carlos (UFSCar) for 45 years, I decided to invest money and time dedicating myself more seriously to photography. I´ve taken on-line courses as well as I´ve participated to various photography festival across Brazil. By far, my biggest interest is street photography. And in it, I'm interested in portraits, everyday street scenes and architecture.

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