Brilliant Bokeh Portraits

Brilliant Bokeh Portraits

Bringing out the beauty of light and color, the Bokeh technique allows photographers to create a beautiful artifacts in front of or behind their subjects. By choosing a wide open aperture of 2.8 or less and focusing on the subject alone, small points of light become soft circles in their photos. We think it’s creative ideas like this that separate great photographers from amateurs, and we’re thrilled to show you some extraordinary examples of Bokeh portraits from our talented members on WBWP today. Scroll down and get inspired.

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Photographed by Jos & Tree 
 
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Photographed by 37 Frames
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Photographed by Jerry Ghionis
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Photographed by Ken Pak
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Photographed by Jeff Newsom
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Photographed by Rich Howman
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Photographed by Susan Stripling

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