Creative Macro Photography Ideas – Bokeh Shapes

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Since the time that the first photograph was taken until this very day, there have been some massive technological breakthroughs. Just think about all of the different camera tech that most of us have seen in our own lives. We’ve gone from the days of Polaroid instant-printing photographs to high-end digital cameras all within the span of a little over twenty years. And during that time we’ve all seen some pretty cool effects and filters used by the best photographers in the world.

Our favorite photos always include Bokeh. If you’ve ever seen a photograph of a subject standing in front of Christmas lights, or the dazzling lights of a busy, city backdrop, chances are you’ve seen a few Bokeh photographs in your time. The coolest thing about these types of photographs is that you can take it to the next level by creating your own custom bokeh shapes ‘filter’. You don’t need to spend a lot of money to create your own filter to create these photos during your next photo shoot.

In today’s photography tutorial, you will learn how to make your own Bokeh filter in just a few minutes time…



Since it is so easy and affordable to make Bokeh ‘filters’, we suggest that you follow the instructions from today’s photography tutorial and go about making several of them. Start off with some very basic shapes, and then get creative and see what you can come up with. Every filter will give you a different end-result, so you can really have a lot of fun both making and using these cool Bokeh filters at home.

If you thought this photography tutorial was interesting and informative, we sure would appreciate it if you would take just a moment to share this creative macro photography idea with your friends. Just click on the Share button on the left of this post to show others how easy it is to create a custom Bokeh shape ‘filter’ of their own.

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1. Step-by-step Bokeh Photography Tutorial – Learn to Capture Jaw-Dropping Photos Today 

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