Saturday, November 13, 2010

best supporting bokeh


I think of bokeh -- lovely, inexplicable, often misunderstood -- as the supporting cast & crew in the drama of a photo.  Not the lead but the stand-in, the lighting director, the prop mistress, the make-up man.  Without bokeh, the main character can be flat, lifeless, light-less.  With it, there just might be a standing ovation.

In my photo above, bokeh's getting ready to take a bow.  In Elizabeth Glass's photo below, bokeh's whooping it up at the cast party. 

Encore!

Until next time.

lucy @ a little light reading

Taxi Dancers
taxi dancers by elizabeth glass

9 comments:

And Miles To Go... said...

beautiful.

Andree said...

Stunning! I still have to try to get bokeh "on purpose" - maybe a weekend project!

Cheers,

Marty said...

The round and sparkle kind of bokeh is exciting and catches your eye pretty quick...but this creamy smooth bokeh is just breathtaking.

April said...

I give you a standing ovation :) The pictures are stunning and your words melt in my mouth!

Simply Stated ~ Rebecca said...

Absolutely captivating ~ Bravo, Bravo, Bravo!!!!

urban muser said...

so gorgeous!

Tammy Lee Bradley said...

gorgeous photos!

mamatronic said...

Truly beautiful!

Katherine said...

I agree. This creamy, soft bokeh is absolutely amazing. It isn't the type that you would expect to find in a post about the "best supporting bokeh" but it is an excellent example of bokeh that supports a photo.

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