Blurry effects are becoming increasingly common in fashion editorials these days. While typically a blurry image is considered unacceptable or of poor quality, photographers are employing the effect to add an artistic edge and a sense of motion to their images.
The latest editorial to use this technique is a new feature in the upcoming March 2009 issue of Interview magazine featuring top model Gisele Bundchen with the photography of Craig McDean.
The feature highlights the incredible fashion creations of Tunisian designer Azzedine Alaïa.
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