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Fireworks Bokeh!

Belated Happy New Years!

By now, your holiday food would have settled, streamers pulled out of the hair and lugging yourself back to the world of 9 to 5.

Lot’s of drinking had, and lots of blurry nights. But have you ever seen blurry party lights like in these vids? Check em out!

x P

Filed under: Night Bokeh, Video, , , ,

Dog Stencil – Video Animation by Pahnl

If you thought bokeh photography was amazing, you will probably be blown away as much as me after watching Pahnl‘s, “Nowhere Near Here” video.

Follow the adventures of this curious canine throughout the city streets of Oxford; chasing cats, being chased by cats, he’s finding his place in a dog eat dog world (had to be said).

Using over 200 stencils and 300 hours in the making (long exposures!), the result speaks for itself. The sharp detailing of the stencils work well to create intricate movements and add a real sense of character to the animation – watching this little rover waiting for his turn at the lights, having some doggy relief by a well sought out light pole, running through the concrete jungle of Oxford and having a howl to temporarily mark his night.

Set to Röyksopp’s, “What Else Is There?“, the cinematic brilliance created by Pahnl has made me feel a part of this little terriers life. The focus on the terrier and use of Bokeh to blur out the bustling night around him allows for you to be taken on the journey.

The complete set of stills from the shoot can be purchased too :)

Technical Aspects

Camera Used: Nikon D90

Lenses: Nikkor 35mm, 18-55 and 50-200mm.

Feeling inspired?

P

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Bokehlicious Portraits – 10 shining bokeh examples

From pool tables to insects, the limits of bokeh are endless. One of delightful uses of the style can be best seen in portraits/self-portraits.

Bokeh portraits pull the focus onto the subject, while also filling in the negative space with a visual feast of colour and light. Check out these great examples of bokeh photographers that have the style down pat.

Some Kid and Mr. Bokeh

Some Kid and Mr. Bokeh by anton khoff using an Attribution 2.0 Generic Licence

A thought for a reason!

A thought for a reason! by  green umbrella using an Attribution-ShareAlike 2.0 Generic Licence

Self-Portrait with Bokeh

Self-Portrait with Bokeh by evocateur using an Attribution-ShareAlike 2.0 Generic Licence

Bokeh Breakfeast

Bokeh Breakfeast by DaveNeukirch using an Attribution-ShareAlike 2.0 Generic Licence

What to my wondering eyes should appear ...

What to my wondering eyes should appear … by James Jordan using an Attribution-NoDerivs 2.0 Generic Licence

bokeh!!

bokeh!! by suez92 using an Attribution 2.0 Generic Licence

Day Two Hundred Forty Two

Day Two Hundred Forty Two by Dustin Diaz using an Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 2.0 Generic Licence

Happy Bubble Bokeh!

Happy Bubble Bokeh! by reid.gilman using an Attribution-NonCommercial 2.0 Generic Licence

So Long, Lonesome. 025/365

So Long, Lonesome. 025/365 by Lambholic ▲ using an Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 2.0 Generic Licence

DSC_0793

DSC_0793 by DeadGoat using an Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.0 Generic Licence

Happy Snapping!

P

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Video – Boredom and Bokeh

This following video is by youTube user crevine, a video experiment using a Nikon d5000. Makes me want to hurry up and get my act together to purchase a digital SLR with video capabilities! Check it out:

Happy Snapping,

P

Filed under: Equipment, Night Bokeh, Video, , , , , , ,

Warm Nights and Fairy Lights

One of the great things about warmer nights is getting to spend some time outdoors listening to the creepy crawlies under some subdued moonlight or fairy lights. I had the pleasure of enjoying watermelon at a friends place with gorgeous miniature lanterns that were a gift from Thailand.

Out of this world

(Image shot with Canon 50mm prime lens – Aperture: f/1.8, Exposure: 1/320 seconds, ISO: 200)

Out of this world

(Image shot with Canon 50mm prime lens – Aperture: f/1.8, Exposure: 1/400 seconds, ISO: 800)

Out of this world

(Image shot with Canon 50mm prime lens – Aperture: f/1.8, Exposure: 1/400 seconds, ISO: 800)

Out of this world

(Image shot with Canon 50mm prime lens – Aperture: f/1.8, Exposure: 1/320 seconds, ISO: 800)
Indoors or outdoors, hang up some fairy lights for a more creative and ambient light source.

Happy Snapping!

P

Filed under: Night Bokeh, Personal, , , , , ,

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