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Lesson 13. Creating Text Effects > Applying Motion Blur

Applying Motion Blur

In the real world, when a camera films a moving object, the movement creates motion blur. Motion blur is the result of an object's refusing to stay still while a camera tries to capture a single moment in time.

A film camera needs to hold each frame of film in its gate for a certain amount of time to get enough light onto that frame to correctly expose the image. If an object is moving while the gate is held open, it will appear smeared in the final developed frame.


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