Definition of bokeh, simply gibberish?

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KariP
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Exactly - very subjective - quality of objectives
In reply to guitarjeff, 4 months ago

guitarjeff wrote:

KariP wrote:

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Some people see bokeh pleasing - some do not. We have to start measuring our brain waves if we want to measure this...

That is thier value of it, completely subjective.

Kari
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Exactly ! But not 100%

the most important things seem to be  very very subjective and at the same time objective. Especially the fact that  we can have different points of you. And have arguments.

90% of people choose a new car - because they like the looks. 10 % is objective test reading.

I'm not claiming that everyone should enjoy bokeh or care of it. We can freely choose to ignore the whole thing as totally unscientific.  Your subjective right !

There is always  my 10-22 zoom and i can use f 16 and 10mm.

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