Okay, so.. I have my camera set to Aperture Priority Shooting. The F number or whatever it is called is F2.8 (the lowest my camera will go). I looked at the screen, and it showed a beautiful bokeh image of my christmas tree. But, whenever I took a picture, the camera focused in and the bokeh was gone. It ended up being just a regular picture of our tree. I'm not understanding what I'm doing wrong. I will focus in on an object as close as I can get to it, and the background will be blurry, but it will not have that nice bokeh effect. I've seen many awesome bokeh images here, so I was hoping that an experienced photographer could help me out. I'm using a Sony Super SteadyShot DSC-H5, if you need to know that.