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Old 06-12-2019   #13
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Originally Posted by NickTrop View Post
And again, "creamy bokeh" has more to do with focal lengths (longer) and subject distance (closer).

That would be the degree of blurring or defocusing or something like that, it's been a long time since I've read anyone on this well-educated forum refer to that as "bokeh". Bokeh is the quality of the defocused areas or, some people say, the quality of the the transition.
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