Fun with christmas lights and bokeh...

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  1. nakedyak

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    i went home for thanksgiving break. Stone Mountain Park had a ton of christmas decorations and lights and stuff up, so i had some fun taking pictures of that. I liked playing around with apertures and seeing what kind of out of focus bokeh light shapes i could get and stuff like that. enjoy

    here is the link to all the pics i took

    http://www.pbase.com/nakedyak/thanksgiving_break


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  2. Big Mike

    Big Mike I am Big, I am Mike Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Nice work. I'll bet that lens has 9 aperture blades.
     
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    These are neat shots. If I had to pick a fav...hmmmm...I think #2 :thumbup:
     
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    I think i got them to be displayed as i originally wanted...they look better
     
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    Beautiful! I love 1-2-3!
     
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    I really like these...very pleasent effect.
     
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    #2 is my favourite! Very crisp focus on the pine needles. I would hate to see the power bill for that house! :lol: How did they get lights on practically every branch? Neat pictures!
     
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    well it was Stone Mountain, they have a huge theme park/village area set up with lots and lots of lights :)
     

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