Sometimes blurred picture adds more beauty

Blur

Blurred images

As a photographer, one thing we all hate without hesitation is when our click turns out to be a blurred image.

We are unanimous in this regard.

We don’t hesitate to say it’s the photographer’s scourge!

Many photographers mercilessly delete these blurred images and save storage space.

Surprisingly we come across beauty in some of these blurred images.

These clicks can resemble an abstract.

They may even look more artistic.

What is the truth?

To tell the truth, my friend, many blurred clicks are appealing.

Why can’t we give importance to these images and treat them as creative art?

“There is nothing worse than a sharp image of a fuzzy concept”

Ansel Adams

What is so great about the image I provided?

Blur

I tell you.

It is looking painterly.

I loved the blurry look of the green leaves on either side.

If you notice the windows of the bus, you appreciate the unique design pattern arranged in layers.

The bus stop roof shows a wavy pattern.

Overall the image has interesting colour combinations.

But you are saying nothing great or beautiful regarding this image

Agree.

That is the fun part of our lives.

We happily agree with each other to disagree in a civilised way.

Is it not a fact that ‘Beauty in the eye of the beholder’?

Blur in real life

“Future will always look blurred no matter how strong eyesight you have!”
 Mehmet Murat ildan

What are your thoughts on blur be in our lives or in our photos?

Thank you for your visit.

Take care, my friend.

Namaste 🙏🙏🙏

Mr. Philo

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6 thoughts on “Sometimes blurred picture adds more beauty

  1. It is true that beauty is often in the eye of the beholder and what one person may consider a flawed or blurred image, another may see as a unique and artistic representation. The blur in a photograph can add a sense of movement, emotion, and abstraction that can enhance the overall appeal of the image. In life, blur can also add depth and meaning, as things are not always clear or defined. The future, for example, may always be uncertain, but that doesn’t mean it’s not beautiful or worth exploring.

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