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