Sunday, March 30, 2008

Bokeh and Water

Bokeh is easily achieved by holding the camera at angles to the
light that catch reflections from glass and water.
The Botanic Gardens in Glasnevin are a good place to practice.

2 comments:

DaviMack said...

So ... by using hoods on all of my lenses I'm actively working against Bokeh?

Tales from the Birch Wood. said...

I don't know enough to be able to answer this definitely. I don't use a hood and tend to follow sunbeams as they fall onto flowers. Wherever there are waterdroplets in the background, there's bound to be good bokeh, if you angle the camera well.