Weekly Photo Challenge: UNFOCUSED

Honesty, I am not in favour of this week’s theme. I am only learning photography and don’t own equipment suited for experimental shots, and naturally I discard all blurred and out of focus pics.

This one was taken on purpose with this challenge in mind. I chose the subject of a blurred text as I remembered studying for my university exams years ago. This should give a new meaning to the word “unfocused”.

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  3. Good image for the challenge. There are some other ways to use unfocus. Try this… Point you camera at a group of flowers making sure they fill your frame. If you can make your shutter speed slower do so. Just when you press the shutter button move your camara if a quick, tight circle. It may take a few practice shots, but it can produce a pretty cool effect. Or, zoom your lens in and out very quickly while pressing the shutter button.

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    • Hello Rick🙂 Thank you for your suggestions.. some of them I can pull through with my Canon PowerShot G1 x and others I can’t… but I will borrow an slr and try it out🙂

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  7. Ding, ding, ding, we have a winner!😀
    For someone having a “tough” time with this weeks challenge you sure pulled it off exceptionally well. This is exactly what I had envisioned when you described what you were attempting for this weeks theme, which I was less than thrilled with as well, and it came out brilliantly.

    Another thing to be proud of, you had an idea and made it happen, for this weeks challenge. All I did was dig through my computer for the one out of focus photo I knew didn’t get the axe.

    Bravo!

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  15. Nice! This photograph came out great. I like the slight angle that it was taken from which to me adds to the unfocused theme. And, as an English Literature degree-holder, I love that the book of choice for the photograph is Hamlet. Very fitting for a photo like this!
    Thanks for sharing,
    – Nate

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    • Thank you so much Nate. You should know you are the first (and maybe the only one) to notice it is Hamlet😀. It is great to meet another English Literature degree-holder🙂. I am honoured with your visit and comments especially now that I have seen your portfolio and all the places you visited. Cheers!

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        • Yeah, English, French and their respective literatures😉, however back in those days I was too hung up on everything French and now I am trying to correct my ways😉 Thanks for showing up again Nate.

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