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Post Processing Effects: Motion Blur

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Motion Blur is a common post-processing effect that simulates the image blur that happens when an object is moving faster than the camera’s exposure time. Motion Blur can help a scene look more natural because it replicates what the human eye sees.
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Last updated: December 13, 2021
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Post Processing Effects: Motion Blur