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Post  Theresa on Fri Feb 22, 2013 8:10 pm

Bokeh is an area in your photo that is out of focus.
To get bokeh in your photo the larger the aperture (the smaller the aperture number) = a narrower
depth of field and more bokeh! Usually f/2.8, 1.8 and 1.4 create the
best results.
Get close to your subject and focus on what you want to have sharp.
The results will be a sharp subject with a nice out of focus soft color background.
Here is my example,
I set the aperture on a 1.4 and focused on the butterfly, the butterfly is nice and sharp and the background is a soft blur, putting all the attention on the butterfly.

Sometimes an automatic camera setting will turn out with bokeh.
Bokeh in your photo 044_zps194c4645

Give it a try and post some photos with bokeh!


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