Posts filled under #blur

Jika jarak jadi pemisah

- Jika jarak jadi pemisah di antara kita ,maka biarkan lah doa yg jd perekat di Antara hati kita :* Jarak pun tidak berarti apa" ketika hadir seseorang yg sangat berarti seperti (kamu) yg amt brrti di hidup aku :* #black #blur #mirorr #fhoto #ff #lfl

A bit of fueled industria

A bit of fueled industrialism, I was really feeling the colours that came out through the corrugated sheets. It created Sheens of blue and orange which are colours that I am always looking for. That film lighting #lifeincolor #blur #photography #nikonography #nikor24mm #nikon #pentax30n #35mmphotography #35mmstreetphotography #streetphotography #building #construction #sunset #goldenhour #weltraumzine #minimal #contrast #perspective #orange #deepblue #sky #beams #blog #lifestyleblogger #lifestylephotography

An extract on #blur

Defocus aberration, blurring of an image due to incorrect focus Motion blur, blurring of an image due to movement of the subject or imaging system Bokeh, the aesthetic quality of the out-of-focus parts of an image Box blur, a graphic-art effect Gaussian blur, a graphic-art effect

Blur (video game), a 2010 arcade racing game Blur (comics), a character from Marvel Comics Red Blue Blur, or The Blur, an alternate identity for Clark Kent in Smallville Blurred (film), a 2002 Australian film Blurs (film), a 2011 Croatian film

Blur (band), an English rock band Blur (Blur album), a 1997 album by the band Blur: The Best Of, a 2000 album by the band Blur (Rachael Lampa album), a 2002 album by Rachael Lampa "Blur" (song), a song from Britney Spears's 2008 album Circus "Blur", a song by English rapper Wretch 32, featured on the soundtrack of FIFA 13

Blur Studio, a graphics and video effects company Blur, in computing, a loss of focus Motoblur, a custom Android UI developed by Motorola Blurring, a form of trademark dilution Blur: How to Know What's True in the Age of Information Overload, a book by journalists Tom Rosenstiel and Bill Kovach

In recording their follow-up, Blur (1997), the band underwent another reinvention, showing influence from the lo-fi style of American indie rock groups. The band's third UK number one album, Blur included the "Song 2" single, which brought them mainstream success in the US. Their next album, 13 (1999) saw the band members experimenting with electronic and gospel music, and featured more personal lyrics from Albarn. In May 2002, Coxon left Blur during the recording of their seventh album Think Tank (2003). Containing electronic sounds and more minimal guitar work, the album was marked by Albarn's growing interest in hip hop and African music. After a 2003 tour without Coxon, Blur did no studio work or touring as a band, as members engaged in other projects. Blur reunited, with Coxon back in the fold, for a series of concerts in 2009. In the following years they released several singles and retrospective compilations, and toured internationally. In 2012, the group received a Brit Award for Outstanding Contribution to Music. Their first major release in twelve years, The Magic Whip (2015), became the sixth consecutive Blur studio album to top the British charts.