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Have you ever noticed ?
Old 10-31-2005   #1
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Wink Have you ever noticed ?

Have you ever noticed the Bokeh that shadow give? I don't mean on film I just ment at night....

I was sitting on my porch tonight Looking at the bokeh between my plants and my banister... I am not sure whether a lens could pull it off.

Look at your shadows at night and the bokeh they produce...

Maybe I am talking out my A** on this but it is kinda neat....
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Old 10-31-2005   #2
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Hi Skinny

push the shutter release. Thats the only way we'll find out. Go for it.

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just make sure the bokeh is in focus!

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Originally Posted by JoeFriday
just make sure the bokeh is in focus!

Indeed, no one would want an out of focus bokeh
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The nature of the shadows depends upon the nature of the light source. (large/small, single/multiple)

...and of course, what you've been smoking.
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