Wednesday, August 30, 2006

Blur is Bad


Now, my friend, http://kidsportsphoto.blogspot.com/, over on the Nikon side of the fence believes a little blur is cool......I disagree. If you want blur, buy a "point and shoot" camera and save lots of money. Crisp, sharp images are the only way to go!

Canon 20D

1 comment:

Ranmac said...

Blur is not always bad. Blur caused by a slower than "stop the action perfectly shutter speed" can give the sense of motion. An example is a photo of a race car on a track at 200 miles per hour. If the wheels and tires are perfectly in focus, then the car would appear to be motionless. Similarly, a photo of a baseball pitcher throwing a 100 mph fast ball with the ball "blurry" and just out of his hand would give a better sense of the speed of the action than a perfectly in-focus ball. Don't you think?