Fun with Bokeh on Father's Day

On Father's Day this year, not only did I have an incredible day with my family at the Sands Beach Club in Atlantic Beach, but I had photo fun with Bokeh (Bokeh describes the appearance, or "feel," of out-of-focus areas in the background of your images. Bokeh is not how far something is out-of-focus, bokeh is the character of whatever blur is there). I made a few of these images by stitching up to 18 images together to create a wide angle image with the depth of field using 85mm 1.4 aperture. Thanks to the super awesome Brenizer Method, you can achieve the ultra shallow depth of field in a wide angle panaroama.

Beach Portraits by top New York Photographer Michael Jurick
Beach Portraits by top New York Photographer Michael Jurick
Beach Portraits by top New York Photographer Michael Jurick
Beach Portraits by top New York Photographer Michael Jurick

Here are some nice shots playing with my new 85mm 1.4 - LOVE this lens!
Beach Portraits by top New York Photographer Michael Jurick
Beach Portraits by top New York Photographer Michael Jurick
Beach Portraits by top New York Photographer Michael Jurick
Beach Portraits by top New York Photographer Michael Jurick
Beach Portraits by top New York Photographer Michael Jurick
Beach Portraits by top New York Photographer Michael Jurick
Beach Portraits by top New York Photographer Michael Jurick
Beach Portraits by top New York Photographer Michael Jurick
Happy Father's Day to Me
Beach Portraits by top New York Photographer Michael Jurick



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