This season is full of coloured lights so I decided to try bokeh photography using my Nikon FM10. This trick can be used with any camera that is able to take double exposures, has a manual focus lens.
Different from the rest of the year, in this cheerful season many places get full of lights, even inside of my house. That is why I decided to take bokeh photographs that I could only get in this time of the year. I used my Nikon FM10 with a 35-70 lens, which made my idea easier; although, any camera with manual focus is also very useful.
I wanted to take advantage of the double exposure function to get double bokehs. A tripod was very useful in the process. I put the camera, got out of focus by turning the focus ring at one side and took the picture; without advancing the film, I turned the focus ring to the opposite side and I shot once again. Here is the result:
I kept trying out and made a double exposure, but I took the picture well focused first, and then focusing out. This is how it turned out:
Later, I wanted to build my own bokeh by taking multiple exposures of different lights. I think that the results did not turn out quite well.
Before taking the last pictures, I was in the main square of Mexico city, the Zócalo, where the buildings were decorated with pieces made of flashy papers, so I tried to get more bokeh pictures using the reflection that came from that figures.
I hope that you liked my small trick, and try to do double bokeh pictures, triple or even more.