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Cardboard Bokeh Shapes

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Bokeh is basically an adaptation from a a Japanese word meaning blur. In photography this term describes the quality of the areas in the picture which are not in focus. To create your own custom shapes, you'll need one large aperture lens and one sheet of black paperboard. First, cut and shape the sheet to make a fake lens hood - the diameter is made so that it snugly fits on the lens. In the middle of the filter, the desired bokeh shape is cut out. Last, but not least, set your camera to its lowest aperture value (completely open). Continue reading for more clever photography life hacks compiled by Bored Panda. Click here for a few bonus photography life hacks.

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This entry was posted on 08/27 00:30am and is filed under Creative, Digital Cameras, Geek, Photography .
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