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'Diwali' is called as festival of lights.People decorate their houses with traditional 'diyas' or lamps and light series. Wherever there is light there is bokeh. This festival gives ample opportunity to capture and experiment with various types of Bokeh techniques.



I have used Nikon D7000 and 50mm f/1.8 lens to capture all these light effects.Diwali is truly a 'Festival of Bokeh'.

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Lantern Of Love

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Floating Hearts

  • November 13th, 2012
  • NIKON D7000
  • 50mm / f/1.8 / 1/30 sec
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The Shower

  • November 13th, 2012
  • NIKON D7000
  • 50mm / f/1.8 / 1/25 sec
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Boh Keah

  • November 13th, 2012
  • NIKON D7000
  • 50mm / f/1.8 / 1/60 sec
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Sweet'Hearts'

  • November 13th, 2012
  • NIKON D7000
  • 50mm / f/1.8 / 1/20 sec
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Lighten Up

  • November 13th, 2012
  • NIKON D7000
  • 50mm / f/1.8 / 1/25 sec
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Happy Diwali

  • November 13th, 2012
  • NIKON D7000
  • 50mm / f/1.8 / 1/20 sec
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The Waterfall

  • November 13th, 2012
  • NIKON D7000
  • 50mm / f/1.8 / 1/40 sec
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The Dome

  • November 13th, 2012
  • NIKON D7000
  • 50mm / f/1.8 / 1/25 sec

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