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First of all, how many of you have heard of the term Bokeh? It comes from a  japanese word meaning ”blur” or ”haze” and refers to the part of the image  that you have intentionally blurred by using a selective depth of field.  This affect is used a lot in photography to focus the eye on a specific  subject within the frame (used a lot in portrait photography to isolate the  person from a background) and just to create a more pleasing image. It’s  probably one of the keys things that will…

5 Tips for Getting Good Bokeh

First of all, how many of you have heard of the term Bokeh? It comes from a japanese word meaning ”blur” or ”haze” and refers to the part of the image that you have intentionally blurred by using a selective depth of field. This affect is used a lot in photography to focus the eye on a specific subject within the frame (used a lot in portrait photography to isolate the person from a background) and just to create a more pleasing image. It’s probably one of the keys things that will…

Bokeh comes from the Japanese word boke (ボケ), which means “blur” or “blur quality.” Learn how to easily get started with creating your own bokeh-effect photography with 3 steps on the Redbubble blog. Add this gorgeous lighting effect to your favorite shots for a dazzling, romantic look.

Bokeh Photography Tutorial: 3 Ways to Get Started

Bokeh comes from the Japanese word boke (ボケ), which means “blur” or “blur quality.” Learn how to easily get started with creating your own bokeh-effect photography with 3 steps on the Redbubble blog. Add this gorgeous lighting effect to your favorite shots for a dazzling, romantic look.

The best Bokeh Technique tutorial I've seen yet!......~Step by Step Picture Tutorial (Create With M.E.)

The best Bokeh Technique tutorial I've seen yet!......~Step by Step Picture Tutorial (Create With M.E.)

Sparkler Writing | Have some fun this Fourth of July with Sparkler Messages! Think.Make.Share, a blog from the Creative Studios at Hallmark, will teach you how to use your cameras to create memorable photographs as you write with sparklers! This is such a cool photo idea that can be used for all kinds of specials occasions—like engagements, weddings, baby announcements, and gender reveals!

How to write with sparklers: An easy photography tutorial

Sparkler Writing | Have some fun this Fourth of July with Sparkler Messages! Think.Make.Share, a blog from the Creative Studios at Hallmark, will teach you how to use your cameras to create memorable photographs as you write with sparklers! This is such a cool photo idea that can be used for all kinds of specials occasions—like engagements, weddings, baby announcements, and gender reveals!

Stampin' Up! Bokeh Technique click here for a great tutorial #stampinup #ddstamps #rubberstamp

Stampin' Up! Bokeh Technique click here for a great tutorial #stampinup #ddstamps #rubberstamp

Cómo crear imagenes de Bokeh, por Ursula Abresch. Fotógrafa con sede en el Kootenays West en Columbia Británica, Canadá.

Cómo crear imagenes de Bokeh, por Ursula Abresch. Fotógrafa con sede en el Kootenays West en Columbia Británica, Canadá.

Photography Tips:  Learn how to get good bokeh (bokeh is those out of focus areas in your image) click through to read all the tips!

5 Tips for Getting Good Bokeh

Photography Tips: Learn how to get good bokeh (bokeh is those out of focus areas in your image) click through to read all the tips!

Happy New Year | Bokeh Tutorial » Santa Cruz Photographer | Newborn, Baby, Children, Maternity Photography

Happy New Year | Bokeh Tutorial » Santa Cruz Photographer | Newborn, Baby, Children, Maternity Photography

(Megapost) Bellos ejemplos de Fotografía bokeh (+Tutoriales

(Megapost) Bellos ejemplos de Fotografía bokeh (+Tutoriales

looks like christmas lights out of focus. i think i might actually have a photo like this somewhere

How to do Bokeh – PictureCorrect.  Author: Peter Timko. Photo: “Bokeh” captured by Alex Lewis. http://www.picturecorrect.com/tips/how-to-do-bokeh/

How to do Bokeh – PictureCorrect. Author: Peter Timko. Photo: “Bokeh” captured by Alex Lewis. http://www.picturecorrect.com/tips/how-to-do-bokeh/