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How is bokeh with D100?

fundy

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fundy Registered since 13th Nov 2002
Tue 26-Nov-02 06:23 AM

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

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