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    Default Re: My 1st Bokeh Works (New Lens)

    Quote Originally Posted by Shahrie View Post
    Thks Lunas. My intention is to use the bokeh lights to lead to the subjects. Afterall, I'm trying to showcase the items that I had just bought. Its just that I never really put a thought on how to arrange the subjects. And I really have no idea why I placed the lens filter that way .. Just placing them randomly I guess.
    Good experiment. Continue to try out new techniques and I am sure you will learn quickly. But do take note on the positioning of your subject.
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    Default Re: My 1st Bokeh Works (New Lens)

    Lost detail in the shadow area under the lens. Nice bokeh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by motionstills View Post
    Lost detail in the shadow area under the lens. Nice bokeh.
    Yeah. I wld give it a smaller aperture the next time to give it more focus and details. I need to re-arrange the subjects too. Heee. Looks disorganized. Thks!!

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    Default Re: My 1st Bokeh Works (New Lens)

    Nice try, however, I feel that the WB is a little off. Also I found the reflection on the shiny table a little distracting. Good attempt though. cheers

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    i think the bokeh are quite cool...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarNikon View Post
    Nice try, however, I feel that the WB is a little off. Also I found the reflection on the shiny table a little distracting. Good attempt though. cheers
    Hi DarNikon. You're right. I believe i set the WB to AWB or Florescent to compensate the void deck lights, can't remember but doesn't seem to get it right. Thks nyway!

    Quote Originally Posted by evilorgi View Post
    i think the bokeh are quite cool...
    Hey evilorgi. Thks for the compliment. Theres a small road in the background and the 'red bokeh light' is a result of car brakes lights. I have to wait for a car to passby, to fill up the space between the green and orange lights. Heee.

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