I don't like photos with the monk. The subject does stand out. In fact, he stands out so bad the whole image looks as if he is a toy and the blurred background is just a miniature. Not sure why I'm getting this exact feeling, but it just doesn't seem real. I'd prefer less of a blur.
These are... terrible.
The blur is so excessive that it looks unnatural. Bokeh is supposed to mimic the blur that the human eye creates when focusing on a close up subject. This just looks like its been poorly processed in photoshop.
Also, the first photo has a complete fail. The cloud which is visible between the two women is still in focus, while the rest are blurred out.
Anonymous, 07 Aug 2017Why would you want most of the photo to look out of focus?To emphasize the focus subject.
It helps shift the viewer's focus to the subject of the photograph, and not get distracted by anything in the background.
Anonymous, 07 Aug 2017Why would you want most of the photo to look out of focus?In case your mother-in-law is standing behind you.
you can do way better with afterfocus app.this is stupid understanding of chinese about photography
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Obi Wan Kenobi, 07 Aug 2017IMHO, that bokeh looks very fake & artificial.Yup, totally agree, "blur" not "bokeh". Especially on the front tile this is very visible with an almost sharp limit between sharp and blurred...
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Another interesting feature is the screen ratio. It is 1.88:1 which is somewhere between 18:9 and 16:9