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January 2020 Photo Assignment - Blurry

This is a discussion on January 2020 Photo Assignment - Blurry within the Photo assignments forums, part of the Photography & Fine art photography category; This month's assignment is 'blurry' and can be interpreted in any way you like. Ok then, Who will be the ...

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    This month's assignment is 'blurry' and can be interpreted in any way you like.
    Ok then, Who will be the first to post?



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    Thanks for getting this going Marko.

    The timing was perfect for me. After a week or so of oppressive weather, I was keen to get out shooting yesterday on our first cool day for a while. The trouble was that I was lacking ideas of where to go and what to shoot. Blurry was a great theme for the day. Here are a few from my day out to kick off the this years assignments.

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    Awwwwwsum! The last one just blows me away.
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    Really fun ICM play! trees make awesome subjects and yes! last one is the winner for me too.
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    Well done Terry-G!! lovely mix of blur and just sharp enough!
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    I'm gonna do another one but here's an ICM that i shot the other day at the van gogh exhibition in Mtl.
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    A few bolts of fabric that have hung on a wall behind the dirty window of a long closed shop for nearly thirty years. Double exposure with one in and one out and a little misalignment


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    It is good to see a high level of participation in the assignment this month.

    Terry - what a fun shot

    Great colour palette Marko

    MB - very clever blurry / bluray

    Barefoot - nice colours and gradual tones - nicely made

    keep 'em coming guys
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