Editor’s Choice: Unsharp Is Also OK
As renowned Czecho-Slovak photographer Robert Vano once noted, photography isn’t brain surgery. So you don’t have to be scalpel-sharp. And our picks today from the Zonerama galleries support his words. Much more important than technical quality is the overall feeling from a photo.
Despite the blurriness, this photo has superb composition and light that make it quite striking. Photo: Albert Pich
This photo is visibly unsharp. The poor technical quality is no problem; on the contrary, along with the darkness of night it creates a superb atmosphere. Photo: Eric Erac
Although this photo isn’t perfectly sharp, that in no way reduces its beauty. It does a great job of creating the impression of motion. Photo: GeorgeLee
Even though this photos’ quality and sharpness are not perfect, the author has managed to capture their subject at an interesting moment. So you can really feel the subject’s emotions in this portrait. Photo: nbgul
A great snapshot in terms of both the composition and the situation. The blurry look simply fits some street photographers like a well-worn shoe. Photo: David Korda
Last updated 2. October 2015