First explored by the Japanese, photographers define bokeh as the perceived beauty in the blurred areas of a photo's out of focus fields. In this gallery I will showcase some of the photos I have shot that exemplify the beautifully confusing world of bokeh. Arguably there are a few here that borders on a more general depth of field conception but they nonetheless are all part of the larger mystique that utilizes the beauty in the photo's blurred areas to highlight and enhance the subject of focus along a thin depth of field.
Size & Shape
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