Definition of bokeh, simply gibberish?

Started 5 months ago | Discussions thread
guitarjeff
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Re: Nope it is NOT subjective
In reply to SaltLakeGuy, 5 months ago

SaltLakeGuy wrote:

as it is judged in the photographic world as the smoothness of the transitions. As noted in a previous posters examples the nicely blurred rounded look is the one that is prized, he octagonal one's are NOT prized and the typical sign of a cheaper designed aperture blade arrangement on a lens. So sorry but it is NOT subjective.

Exactly.  Bokeh is NOT subjective because it wouldn't be real if it were, and there for couldn't have a definition.

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