Yard Tuesdays: And Yet It MovesOf course photographs do not move. They are still. Though photography somehow solved the problem of how to represent motion, thanks to stratagems that force the language of photography (and that not all the photographers like and approve): it solved it through the blur.
The Motion blur is that faint trail that objects in motion leave when we use a long exposure that is not quick enough to freeze them in one position only. The blur is a side effect of the fake one-dimensionality of photography, a collision between time and space.
Another stratagem is the out of focus. The slightly out of focus that made Robert Capa famous in his D-Day photographs is a bu