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Pushing Limits – Bokeh (preview)

Story and photography by Don Komarechka

©Don Komarechka Grass with morning dew Gear/Settings: Canon 100-400 f/4-5.6L lens shot at 400mm, ƒ8@1/160 sec., ISO 400

©Don Komarechka
Grass with morning dew
Gear/Settings: Canon 100-400 f/4-5.6L lens shot at 400mm, ƒ8@1/160 sec., ISO 400

There are many elements that a photographer can control to change the look and feel of their image, everything from focal length to lighting and time of day, but one ingredient that’s often overlooked is “bokeh.” This is a term you might be familiar with, but what does it mean to a creative photographic approach? The possibilities might surprise you!

Bokeh is most evident when you have …

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