Breathtaking Examples of Bokeh Photography

The term Bokeh is derived from the Japanese which means “blur”. Bokeh Photography is described as the quality of a blurred background while the subject appears focused. To give you more idea of what it is, here are some few examples.

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Find out some of the best examples of bokeh photography in this post.

Taxi by Ben Fredericson

Taxi

In floodlight by Sermeszo

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Garden Fireworks by Mark-F

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Thirsty for Bokeh by Jenarose

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Day Fifty Five by Jnap

Day Fifty Five

Palmy Bokeh by Digidreamgrafix

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Typing by Marcin

Typing

Web Bokeh

Web Bokeh

Mine by Embr

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Conclusion

Remember, bokeh needs a large aperture and a good distant light source in the background.

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