Updated: Apr 2
As mentioned here (Understanding Aperture) and here (Composition), "bokeh" is the aesthetic quality of the blur produced by a lens being out-of-focus. It's useful for drawing the viewer's eye to important parts of the photo.
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So how do you create bokeh?
It's quite simple - it's all about the ratio of the distances between you, the subject, and the background.
For maximum bokeh, all you need is:
minimum distance between you and your subject
maximum distance between your subject and the background
largest aperture size you can manage
That's it. It's that simple.
Please consider sharing your photos with the community by tagging #dharmaportraits on your Instagram photos - I'd love to see how you're using these tips to create beautiful photos.