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We can extend it by deliberately creating blur to suggest movement.
Image: Posh Britpopper Best known for: Being one quarter of Blur Early life: Born Steve Alexander James in Boscombe, Dorset, in 1968.
The versatile Blur guitarist is set to release his seventh solo album The Spinning Top.
Manager of Blur, Chris Morrison said: "Blur are playing a limited number of unique shows this summer and it's been over 10 years since we've played in Newcastle.
BRITPOPPERS Blur are to play a gig in Newcastle this summer, we can reveal.
With the layer mask selected, I apply a Gaussian Blur filter to the mask, varying the radius of the blur until optimal blending of the image layers is achieved.
The line between coated and uncoated papers continues to blur. The classic "No.
Continuing the surreal nature of the space's visual qualities, where reflected views challenge perception and blur reality, where soffit becomes lawn and fascia becomes sky, the function of the space also begins to blur.
BRITPOP boys Blur want to be reunited with moody guitarist GRAHAM COXON.
`THE last time we played this city,Steve McManaman and Robbie Fowler were still playing for Liverpool,'' observes Blur front man Damon Albarn.
He is now studying how specific kinds of calcification in the breast--like a cluster of tiny particles or branching lines of hardened tissue--would distinctively blur an image.