Replying to: Neovov
Hmm.. I’m not particularly right with you.
I’m not a photographer, I don’t have the "eyes" for (hope you get it right).
Blurred photos are, most of the time, "missed" because we want to take something or someone at a precise moment. We want to capture this moment. But if it’s blurred, it’s like ghost; we just miss what we want to keep.
Of course I understand your point of view and share it, but these kinds of photos are not common.
It’s parts of life, introducing an action, and use the empathy of the viewer. But this is very personal and far away from "beautiful" photos we see every (...)