Childhood Blur

By: danitacahill

Jul 02 2012

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Category: Action shots, Farm, Floral, Nature, Photography, Rural Photography, Summer, Wild Flower

6 Comments

Aperture:f/5.6
Focal Length:300mm
ISO:400
Shutter:1/59 sec
Camera:Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XTi

This is my youngest child.

I took the shot last summer. When I looked at it for the first time on the computer, I was disappointed because of the blur.

But the photo has grown on me. It does a very good job of describing my youngest son. He is a constant blur of motion.

As my baby son leaves toddler hood behind, this photo becomes more precious. He was running as fast as he could to bring Mommy a flower he picked himself.

Blur is sometimes very effective in photography.

For a good post on not judging yourself and your work too harshly, see photographer Otto Munchow’s post on the subject by clicking here.

Copyright Danita Cahill. All rights reserved.

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6 comments on “Childhood Blur”

  1. A good way to appraise a photo that at first seemed technically disappointing. And these apparent let-downs can indeed enhance an image. I’m sure this will always be special.

  2. Ken wrote on my Facebook link: “Danita, I have been a practicing photographer for many years. I learned through trial and error as you did, that some of my better captured moments were those first knee jerk reactions to shots are the wrong ones. Glad you kept and published the shot.. It’s a good one..”

  3. Barbara wrote on my Facebook link: “A lucky Momma you are!”


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