In this video photographer, Jay P Morgan from The Slanted Lens explores shooting Bokeh with all the lighting in Times Square.

 

Today Jay P Morgan from The Slanted Lens explores shooting Bokeh with all the intense lighting of Times Square. The term “bokeh” comes from Japanese and means “blur” or “haze”.

Jay P looks at different lenses and aperture settings to see how they create this cinematic look called Bokeh. Different lenses create different patterns. And so he looks at using a long lens at 200mm and how that compares to a 50mm lens. But before they head out to Times Square, Jay P takes a look at how to create Bokeh in the first place. Let’s see how it works…

Watch more from Jay P’s YouTube channel, The Slanted Lens. You can also follow him on any of the following social channels: TwitterFacebook or Google+.

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