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Photographer's Note

Bokeh has been defined as "the way the lens renders out-of-focus points of light.
To begin with, youll need to get to grips with a few camera settings. For creating "bokeh," youll need a large aperture and a short focal distance.
Depending on the capabilities of your camera and the lens you are using, select a low f-number, anything from f/1.8 up to f/4 or even /f5.6 will do, but the lower the better. This large aperture will also ensure that you have a nice shallow depth of field.

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