Bokeh is like karma

If you’re a lover of fast lenses you probably like “bokeh”. From the Japanese, it means that fuzzy, blurry part of the photo created by an extremely shallow depth of field caused by the maximum aperture setting on your lens http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bokeh. Like karma, bokeh plays a huge role but it’s always in the background. Most of the time it’s an unidentifiable force supporting the main cast of characters. However, unlike karma, good bokeh won’t help you find a great parking spot. 

Bokeh. I want more of it in 2009.

kp

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~ by keithphilpott on December 24, 2008.

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