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You can spot bokeh a mile away – like in the little blobs of light that illuminate this plant. The bokeh effect became popular because it gives photographs a surreal touch. It makes photography more appealing and focuses attention in a specific part of the image better than regular background blur.

This small detail makes all the difference to some photographs. The word itself comes from Japaneses, meaning ‘blur’. The most striking photographs will have a really sharp and focused subject and a beautiful abstract background. These images work well as backgrounds and I’ll admit, they’re just nice to look at. Enjoy our collection!

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