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convey the energy of an object by providing blur to the motion. it may be achieved by panning with the object in motion (freezing the object blurring the background), slowing down the shutter adding blur to the object in motion, or zooming. if you have other techniques to create motion blur please share in the techniques section when submitting so we can all learn. BE CREATIVE, HAVE FUN.
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