bo·​keh /ˈbō-kā/ 

During this Media Photo-Workshop, our students had a great time learning how to play with cameras and light. This workshop had as its main goal to show students how to create photos of lights molded into shapes. All by using a camera, craft supplies, light, and their imagination.

[icon name=”quote-left” prefix=”fas”]Good bokeh is smooth and pleasing, whereas bad bokeh produces a jagged and discordant effect. … The quality of bokeh is largely dependent on the construction of the lens. For this reason, lenses that provide high-quality bokeh are prized.
-Harold Davis[icon name=”quote-right” prefix=”fas”]

The blurred quality or effect seen in the out-of-focus portion of a photograph taken with a narrow depth of field.

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