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Neale Van Fleet

Lives in Montreal with his failed service dog, two elderly cats, kid, and sweetie. Has happily worked as head designer at Rogue Amoeba making Mac audio apps since 2015. Enjoys working on social, environmental, and political causes in spare time. Occasional wood carver and photographer.

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How to Create a Realistic Motion Blur with CSS Transitions

Before we delve into making a realistic motion blur in CSS, it’s worth doing a quick dive into what motion blur is, so we can have a better idea of what we’re trying to reproduce.

Have you ever taken a photo of something moving quickly, especially under low light, and it turned into a blurry streak? Or maybe the whole camera shook and the whole shot became a series of streaks? This is motion blur, and it’s a byproduct … Read article “How to Create a Realistic Motion Blur with CSS Transitions”