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April 24, 2009

{Day 93}

Theme # 281 Show Us Your Bokeh
Bokeh (derived from Japanese, a noun boke 暈け, meaning "blurred or fuzzy") is a photographic term referring to the appearance of point of light sources in an out-of-focus area of an image produced by a camera lens using a shallow depth of field.

I've really tried to get the Depth of Field thing down, blurring the background and getting the Aperture dialed in just so. Took purchasing a new lens to hopefully correcting this and help out on getting better Bokeh in the future.
My old lens couldn't open up enough to get a really good depth of field shot that I was after. My new 50mm f/1.8 shot be a big help and I have really enjoyed it so far.


Ron a.k.a. Danudin said...

Bokeh done to a Tee.

Unknown said...

Thank You Danudin

Chesney said...

Great bokeh, and wow, stunning flower!

Anonymous said...

Looks super! I like the classic color combos - the red, white and green are classic.