I've been thinking about trying some street shooting in daylight with this technique, but not to achieve the thing you mentioned. I was thinking of the opposite : getting motion blur from people. But when I think of it maybe it's impossible (or very difficult?) since the cars disappeared in my photo (but not their lights), so maybe people are too dark to generate significant motion blur?
By the way, I just checked the fieldfare page on Swedish Wikipedia and saw these two nice photos:First, here's a fieldfare in a park outside the city.
I tossed a 20 yr old Gateway Win95 that still booted up about 4 seconds and had lots of apps. Wish I had a museum.Who remembers Gateway Computers? When I bought two of them for my college's physics lab 25 years ago, each one came with a little foam-rubber cow in the box. Since then, they've been standing guard over our kitchen at home, from the top of the refrigerator.
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What a beautiful bird! Lovely "pastel" light blue color!I had a visitor one day in my $50 poly solarium over patio awning during the winter. It is sealed from snow and rain but there is a small exit for my dog which this Blue Jay discovered
A gorgeous bird! They are such cool animals!As I was leaving small supermarket, a Russian lady with a parrot.