What's up with the blur and grain?
Okay, with the risk of starting a flame war and make myself look like a complete bore.
After looking at several exhibitions from "famous" photographers, it's apparently not uncommon with what I have to assume is deliberately blurry black and white football size grain photos...
I don't get it, WHY on earth would anyone opt in for downgrading the quality THAT much, sure, I am aware of the emotional expression and ambience that can be achieved by using deliberate blur under certain circumstances, and of course sometimes some grain gives a certain style to a picture, but still, I've seen SO many pictures from a range of different artists where it is way over head (imnsfho) that just made me think "doh, why, oh why, did they have to ruin these else VERY interesting photographs" ?
Is it a fashion thing, and I am the old grumpy man, again.. ?
Last edited by Felinik; 02-14-2013 at 03:04 AM. Click to view previous post history.