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29 July 2011

White Flowers and Bokeh

White Flower and Bokeh

3 Comments:

Blogger David T. Macknet said...

Didn't see any bokeh, but sure liked the dew. :)

7/29/2011 5:31 pm  
Blogger Tales from the Birch Wood. said...

I've taken some time to think about this.

Bokeh no longer needs to be circles of confusion, but can be objects that form mysterious shapes due to a shallow depth of field.

Purists would probably object to the use of "bokeh". If you have seen the film "Limitless" it has some very fine grainy blurred effects, which I (possibly mistakenly?) refer to as bokeh.


"Shallow depth of field effects" is a bit long winded.

9/04/2011 4:52 pm  
Blogger David T. Macknet said...

Ahh. Narrow / shallow DOF. Good use of it. I'd always thought that bokeh were artifacts of the lens aperture, thus were hexagonal or whatever, reflecting the shutter shape.

9/05/2011 10:57 am  

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