It's a blur naked and afraid editor tells all

Danglers, Nip Slips and Side Boob: ‘Naked and Afraid’ Blur Editor Tells All

Do you have a problem with nudity?” That’s the first question I was asked during my interview.

Obviously not, because it’s naked bits all day long here. Let’s say somebody’s building a fish basket, working with their hands in front of their boobs or their junk — there’s a frame-by-frame process of cutting out arms and other things from the footage, putting the blur over across the original plate and layering the rest back in. Our job is to make it seamless for viewers so they’re less aware of the blurs. It can be extremely tedious work, so we’ve seen people come and go from here. They just don’t have it in them.

We like to think the fake boobs are easier to pixelate because they don’t move around as much — one of our guys, Shaun O’Steen, says he never really appreciated fake breasts until he started at this job — but, realistically, the crotch is easiest. There’s only one, and arms rarely get in the way.

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2 thoughts on “It's a blur naked and afraid editor tells all”

  1. It’s only due to the warped view of nudity that our society has that blurring is even deemed necessary. Society is afraid of the naked but eager to view it or at the least the suggestion of it because they’re so titillated by it..

    1. True but a least we are taking a step forward by showing the naked bodies in the first place. Truthfully I get so caught up in the intensity of the survival part of things I don’t usually don’t notice the blurring. Thanks for the comment

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