Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Beautiful bokeh: photos by Krista Kruger

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The term bokeh is derived from a Japanese word meaning blurred or hazy, and it's used to describe the aesthetic quality of the out-of-focus areas of a photo. 

Krista Kruger masterfully uses the technique to capture autumn and a variety of other subjects in dreamy, mysterious ways. Subdued tones add to the visual appeal.

To see more examples of Krista's beautiful bokeh photography have a look through her Helios 44-2 set on flickr.


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