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BOKEH!

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Melanie Rapp

on 15 August 2016

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Transcript of BOKEH!

Small things,
big changes!

You need to check out a fixed lens that can create a very shallow depth of field. This lens should open up to 1.8 or 2.8.
Make your own Bokeh "filters"
BOKEH!
Usually refers to the light "spots" in the background. You can change the shape of your aperture to create different shapes (stars, hearts, etc).
You need lights!
Depth of Field & Bokeh
Aperture is the key!
The larger your aperture, the greater the blur (shallow depth of field).
1.2 - 2.8


Bokeh
Japanese word for "blur".

Bokeh is not the blur itself, but is the QUALITY of the "out of focus" parts of a photo.
You will want to be close to your subject, and have lights in the background. You will want to use a tripod, because you will need a slower shutter speed for shooting in the dark.
Requirements
1. At least 5 different images where bokeh is apparent and intentional.
2. Risk-taking! Make your own shape filters - yeah!
Check out the lensbaby and apply those filters!
Experiment! Different lights, different subjects!
3. Standard blog post:
Initial images, peer review/self-reflection, final images, written summary.
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