Sold my Panasonic 20mm for the 25mm WHAT A DIFFERENCE "wow"

Started Dec 10, 2012 | Discussions thread
ulfie Veteran Member • Posts: 3,299
Re: As the old saying goes:

If I remember correctly, the original meaning of "bokeh" in Japanese was as a medical adjective used to describe the mental fuzziness or cognitive blurring of people with various stages of senility and dementia.  Then artists picked it up to describe out-of-focus rendering, stir retaining the sense of "blur."  Photographers narrowed it to mean the type and nature of out-of-focus blur either foreground or background.  There are technical definitions that relate to such things as two-edge bokeh, etc.  And there are subjective definitions such as creamy, smooth, edgy, harsh, etc.

I prefer the floral version of bokeh...  heh heh.

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