From the beautiful Gisele Bundchen photographed by Craig McDean in the March 2009 issue of Interview magazine, to the Giorgio Armani Spring/Summer 2009 ad campaign, blurry motion effects seem to be the hot ticket in fashion photography these days.
The cool photography technique infuses the still images with a sense of movement and makes them feel more alive.
Here we bring you a new photography set by David Wang that also goes for the fashionably blurry effect.
The black and white set features model Drew Kelly with artistic blurry effects. What I love about this set is that the effects are only applied to limited areas, which gives the images a shot of energy without making them too distorted for the eye.
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