Tag: bokeh

Using Topaz Lens Effects, Before and After Comparisson

The Dreamy Effect via Topaz Lens Effects

Todays #Macro Monday Sub Theme is Dreamy, like the usual, I dug through my archives and I found the photo. It was ok and perfect for today's theme, but I wanted to add a little more lens effect.  Topaz Labs has the right tool for the job, the Topaz Lens Effects. Lens Effects is one the […]

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Tendril. Day 4

A Tendril. My photo for Jan 4, 2011. I took this picture today when I went out to run. I’m always fascinated with tendrils, they can climb they can attached themselves to trees, and as little as they are they can support themselves by forming a strong anchor point. Taken with my Canon Rebel XS […]

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Happy 2011 Everyone. Day 1

First Photo Upload for My 2011 Photo of The Day. I made this photo between 12:30AM and 1AM on New Years Day, I was thinking of making it in the morning, but why wait, there are a lot to photograph at this very moment, it’s right in front of me. All I needed to do […]

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Christmas Lights Bokeh at the Capitol

Taken earlier today. My plan was to create an HDR Photo of this Christmas Tree. Maybe in the next few days I may be able to do it. For now, it’s bokeh spectacular. This wasn’t really on my plan. I was about to pack up and on my way out of the capitol grounds, with […]

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Review, Canon EF 50mm F/1.8 II Prime Lens. The Canon Nifty-Fifty

The Canon EF 50mm F/1.8 also known as the Nifty-Fifty is true to its name, it produces great image quality, sharp and is only around $100.00. Best bang for the buck. I highly recommend it.

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Bokeh (derived from Japanese, a noun boke 暈け, meaning “blur” or “haze”) is a photographic term referring to the out-of-focus areas of an image produced by a camera lens using a shallow depth of field.[1] In and of itself, bokeh implies no aesthetic judgment or qualities, either good or bad. Bokeh meaning “blur”, it is […]

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