Tag Archives: Bokeh Photography

Ultimate Bokehlicious photos – result of Peter da Palmer and an old german lens shot at f/0.95

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Astonishingly bokehlicious photographs from his countryside. This is Peter da Palmer who most often shoots with his super fast prime lenses at f/0.95 aperture and his love for these bokehlicious photographs are very evident [...]

   



25 Most Beautiful Bokeh Photos you will ever see

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Here we have collected some amazing Bokeh Photos. All photos are linked and lead to the sources from which they were taken. Please feel free to explore further works of these photographers on their [...]

   



Bokehlicious Patterns of Nature by Joni Niemelä

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Mind-blowing textures and interesting atmospheres are arrested within beautiful photographs of landscapes, flora and fauna. Joni Niemelä is a website designer by profession and his grand choice of colors and contrast is clearly evident [...]

   



50 Beautiful Examples of Bokeh Photography

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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 [...]

   



10 Easy and Creative Tips to Shoot Outdoor Bokehs at Night

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Guest Article by : Shilpa Venkat If you are a passionate photographer, you must have surely come across the concept of Bokeh Photography. There are thousands of bokeh pictures on the web and you [...]

   



15 Beautiful Tips and Examples of Bokeh Photography

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Today we came with very beautiful article about Bokeh in Photography. Although Bokeh simply means Blur. Below we present 15 Useful Tips and 25 Beautiful Examples about Bokeh Photography. Dont miss to check out [...]

   



50 Awesome Examples of Bokeh Photography

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The term comes from the Japanese word boke, which means “blur” or “haze”, or boke-aji, the “blur quality”. The Japanese term boke is also used in the sense of a mental haze or senility. [...]