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Motion Blur

Ordinarily, an animated layer appears sharp and distinct as it moves through the frame of the composition (Figure 12.5). This can look unnatural, however, because we are accustomed to seeing objects blur as they move. Objects often move too quickly to be perceived at a single position by both cameras and the human eye. In the time it takes to perceive the object (or in the case of a camera, record it to a frame) at a single position, it has occupied a continuous range of positions, causing it to appear blurred.

Figure 12.5. Ordinarily, an animated layer appears sharp and distinct as it moves through the frame of the composition.



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