It’s week 27 of the dog photography 52 week project. This weeks theme is BOKEH. The term “bokeh” is often used in the world of photography to describe the quality of the out-of-focus blur in photographs. The term comes from the Japanese word “boke”, which translates to blur.
This is a common photography term that is almost always pronounced wrong. How would you pronounce it?
Subscribe to this blog to follow along. ————>
On the 4th of July I took my camera with me to the Hillsboro Tuesday Market. It was a perfect opportunity to capture my bokeh images. There were plenty of subjects to work with.
I usually swing by the Le’Stuff Antique Shop to see what new treasure they may have. If you haven’t stopped by you should. This adorable boy “Nic Nac” is there every day and is their cutest employee. Do you catch that adorably appropriate name? Get it? Nic Nack!
Below you’ll see how bokeh can be used for other subjects like trees and flowers.
It brings a new twist to your image by giving it depth. The camera setting that gives your images bokeh is your aperture setting.
The smaller the aperture (or f-stop) the more blur or bokeh you’ll achieve.
This concludes our blog:
Bokeh: Week 27 Dog Photography 52 Week Project
Now’s the time you move over to another photographer’s blog to see their interpretation of bokeh.
Head on over to Pets We Love Photography (serving Collingwood & Toronto).
Next week I’ll be posting about Bokeh. Do you know what that means?
Find out by coming back next week. SUBSCRIBING NOW!
Is it time to book your very own family and/or dog portrait session?
Click HERE to send me a message!
You can follow us on Social Media