November 1, 2016

CDP Theme: Out of Focus

On the first of each month, City Daily Photo members participate in a theme, and November's is "Out of Focus." This is a challenging one for me, because although I have plenty of blurry shots, I don't like them well enough to post them. This is a recent one that I took near Browntown. I had my camera set for a close-up shot of our dashboard map and forgot to turn the dial back to Auto.
Let's just call it impressionistic.


10 comments:

  1. Good choice for the theme and impressionistic is a great description!

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  2. I actually really like this shot! I always hate it when I shoot an image and it ends up out of focus because I've forgotten to do something silly like putting the camera back on automatic focus after shooting a shot using manual. All you need to do now is use one of those "paint" filters in photoshop and you'll have yourself an awesome artsy image! :) It already looks almost like a watercolor to me…

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  3. Looks like a painting. Good choice for the out of focus theme.

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  4. This is a very good impressionistic photo.

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  5. I agree with the comments above--it does look like a painting. I like it!

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  6. It does have an artistic streak to it!

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  7. This does look good, definitely an artistic feel about it.

    All the best Jan

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  8. You wouldn't believe how many photos I have taken that would qualify for this challenge. None as Monet-ish or as pretty as yours.

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