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The Bokeh Effect

Bokeh, often referred to as the aesthetic quality of blur in out-of-focus areas of an image, is a captivating element in photography. This phenomenon results from the interplay of lens aberrations and aperture shape, and it can lead to various effects, ranging from pleasing and harmonious to distracting or less attractive blurring. Skilled photographers often harness this feature intentionally by utilizing shallow focus techniques to emphasize and highlight the unique qualities of their lens's bokeh.

Bokeh is particularly noticeable in areas surrounding small background highlights, such as specular reflections and light sources, giving them a soft, dreamlike quality. However, it's important to note that bokeh is not confined solely to highlights; it manifests throughout the out-of-focus regions of an image, creating a depth and dimension that adds to the visual storytelling of a photograph. I'd be delighted to explore your gallery and appreciate the artistry of bokeh in your photography.

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