Project 52: Bokeh | Week 31
It's week 31 of our professional pet photography Project 52 blog circle and our theme this week is "bokeh." In photography, bokeh is the word used to describe the out-of-focus area of an image. Bokeh is often achieved by using a fast lens with a wide aperture. I spent this past weekend photographing my first dog show for the Cavaliers of the Midwest. I shot a variety of portrait and win images. It was a lot of fun! My image for this week is of Espn, one of the cavaliers I photographed a portrait of at the show. Next head over to visit Floppy Ears Photography by Lyndall Hord, home of cheeky and cheerful pet photography in Sydney, then visit the rest of the blog circle landscape until you end up back here.
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Keywords: bokeh, Cavaliers of the Midwest, Cincinnati Pet Photography, CKCS, dog photography, dog show, King Charles Cavalier Spaniel, Pet Love Photography, Project 52, toy dog
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