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10-03-2008, 02:30 AM   #1
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Cholesterol is Bad, Bokeh is not.

When you reach the middle ages, you have to watch your diet and avoid cholesterol as much as possible. So lately, I donít butter my bread anymore. I just use the bokeh from my macro shots. Not buttery enough?


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I need to stock up on butter and cream, so please post your bokeh shots here.

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Very nice
What hapens if the background is very "busy"?
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Very nice
What hapens if the background is very "busy"?
Then that is what you call as jam or marmalade. Some people like it on their bread, too!
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Oooooo! I like!

Thanks for sharing.

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Lovely snapdragons. The background is a good complementary colour, it really makes them pop out.

Remember though, there is good and bad cholesterol. As there are good and bad types of bokeh. The difference here is that "Good" and "Bad" bokeh sometimes come down to personal preference.
We used to think that all cholesterol was bad... apparently not. So maybe "doughnut" bokeh (on the opposite end of the scale to "butter") will make a comeback!
...But only if it has been fryed in sunflower oil, etc.!
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10-03-2008, 11:42 AM   #7
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QuoteOriginally posted by AlexJ Quote
When you reach the middle ages, you have to watch your diet and avoid cholesterol as much as possible. So lately, I donít butter my bread anymore. I just use the bokeh from my macro shots. Not buttery enough?


Vivitar S1 105mm f/2.5 Macro

I need to stock up on butter and cream, so please post your bokeh shots here.

Alex
Yes that is a nice look, well handled on the colour as well, good work.
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