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quackaroo

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BOKEH!

ok seriously.. hmm
composition abit funny.... abit empty on the top (rule of the thirds?)

there's no focus (not literally) on the subject... yea sure they are lots of em but maybe bokeh can not be applied.. rather composite the shot to show more detail of the subject or seamlessness. ;p

oh i must say the focused parts are pretty sharp (and detailed)
 

sbs99

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Is there a thread tat explains the term "bokeh" ?
 

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Originally posted by sbs99
Is there a thread tat explains the term "bokeh" ?
It's a japanese word meaning "blur". In photography it means the blurry background caused by shallow DOF.
 

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