Now that we have high resolution, multi-megapixel cameras that can resolve every blade of grass, photographers have responded by blurring the details in photographs and creating an impression of the light and colours present rather than simply an accurate account.
There are two ways to do this. You can move the camera during the exposure, usually with exposures from half a second to a couple of seconds. The hit rate of these images is very low. One successful image in one or two...
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