I hope you had the chance to read about straight horizons, if not check it out now.
When looking at a photo how is the subject defined? Most of the time its what is in focus, or what is closest to the photographer. When an item is out of focus most people don’t take the time to figure out what the unfocused item is. This is another rule to break.
Here are some thoughts to think about as you experiment.
-Have something be in focus in the image
-Create movement with the camera and your body
-Use a slower shutter speed to blur moving subjects
-Try any idea you have at least once, it’s the best way to learn
How did you get an unclear subject in your photo? I'd love to hear your thoughts below.
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