I would like share this photograph of one of my new toys that I took the other night. This photo was inspired unaisa a very good photographer who makes toys come to life through his very creative style of photography. Taking this photograph taught me a lot. Before, I thought only fast lenses can take a very good “Bokeh Shot” (which had me craving to have a Nikkor 50mm 1.8 lens for quite some time now) but then realized that I was wrong. I have learned that if you rack-out (use the maximum zoom available, a term that I learned from Scott Kelby’s Digital Photographer book) any telephoto zoom lens and your aperture at the widest F-stop available while keeping your background away from your subject will give you a very good Bokeh.
Here are the materials that I used for this photograph:
I learned a lot from this photograph and I am hoping that you (my readers) would also learn from it.