Bokeh Christmas

It’s December and there are a lot of lights all over the place!
What better way to shoot these Christmas lights is by doing bokeh shots!
Not just any ordinary round bokeh, but bokeh with shape!

Here’s an example.

How to do it? It’s very simple and you don’t need Photoshop for this one!

All you need is a cardboard (or any thick paper) and a scissor!
Just cutout a small shape (heart, star, etc) in the center.
Place it in front of your lens hood.
Make sure the cardboard covers the whole opening of the hood and only the shape is visible.
After that…shoot your bokeh!!!

Here are some more photos I took

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Goodluck! and ENJOY!

Maligayang Pasko at Manigong Bagong Taon! ^_^

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