We all love Bokeh, don’t we. Bokeh simply means Blur in Japanese language, they are normally in shape of number of lens blades causing wonderful round patterns all over the frame. A Bokeh can be good as well as bad caused by chromatic aberrations or the Len’s Aperture shapes. It is very pleasing for any photographer, which just makes them but fast prime lenses suiting for wonderful low light photography as well as pleasing bokeh.
Trying to maintain a equidistant between the camera and the subject comparing to the subject and the Background, will logically produce great results. Bokeh need not be round or spherical in shape, any blurred out background is also termed as Bokeh. The Larger the aperture better the Bokeh. When not sure about the bokeh you will achieve, try viewing the scene with eyes crossed, you will love what you see.
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