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"RE: How is bokeh with D100?"
I don't know if anyone cares, but I think Bokeh came from Japanese.Bokeh, means unclear - for many things. Bokeh-te-iru means 'senile'Yasumi-bokeh means 'a foggy brain after vacation'And in photography it means the blurring in the background.If only we can get plenty of good shots before we bokeh-te-iru.Andrew-----------Oregonian Nikonian presently found on Shikoku, Japanhttp://homepage.mac.com/fundy/photography/
Andrew A.K.A. Fundy-----------Fundy Photo <a href="http://www.fundyphoto.com">Portland, Beaverton, Oregon Wedding Photographer</a>http://www.fundyphoto.com