Nope. That's just an out of focus picture. The bokeh gods are crying.Originally Posted by klim828
Plus in photography circle, we also call blur - blur. Bokeh was derived from a Japanese word for 'Blur' and thats it. So in plain english, it is still 'blur'.
And like I have mentioned earlier, please read on DOF, aperture, shutter speed... and I think you can add ISO into your reading. And think about them for a while, then apply them to your shooting, you might be pleasantly and more boomingly surprise of how much better you can get for your shots... and then, you can go booming at everyone out there.
Last edited by rhino123; 26th June 2012 at 12:16 PM.
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