Love bokeh on your photos? Check out this quick and dirty Tipster on how to add more specular highlights to your bokeh photos!
Bokeh is the blur, or the aesthetic quality of the blur, in the out-of-focus areas of an image. Using a lens with a wide open aperture, such as the 2.8 opening of the LC-A, will yield these awesome background blur in your photos. Sometimes a background might be too cluttered to produce these awesome blurs however. One way to fix this is to have a prepared background ready. Here’s a quick one!
Have lots of aluminium foil ready.
Crumple them into small balls.
Un-crumple them. Yes, we have a point. Don’t worry.
Set them up in the background. Here’s a sample shot of the background in focus, as well as when it’s out of focus. obviously you want the latter!
Another product shot with the background blurred into oblivion!
Information for this article was sourced from Photo from DIY Photography