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      04-02-2016, 09:29 PM   #96
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Some things I would have to show you and are not easily explained. Bokeh effect is determined by a few factors. Focal length, Aperture, difference in distance ratio of camera to subject and subject to its background.

I could show you easier than I could probably explain so you would fully understand.
Keep experimenting and you will figure out what I mean.


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Originally Posted by Kzang View Post
Mik3ymomo Tried many times but can't seem to get the background blurred affect using my 50mm f 1.8 at low light like you did with your samples above! As you can see from these photos I couldn't open the aperture up and most are at f10 except for the first and second photo which is at 1.8. But the bokeh isn't as quite as nice as yours.

Here are some night shots taken recently.











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