Taken from the Japanese word for blur, bokeh is a popular technique used by photographers to create an extremely shallow depth of field – the area where the subject appears focused – and a blurred background. For this image, Lupen Grainne uses this art form to create lots of visual texture, capturing the randomly playful pattern of festive holiday lights.
- 13" wide x 11" high
- 20" wide x 16" high
- 42" wide x 28" high
- Alder wood frame.
- Black or white painted finish; or espresso stained finish.
- Beveled white mat is archival quality and acid-free.
- Available in Wood Gallery Frame or Ridged Distressed Frame profiles.
- Available with or without a mat.
- Internet Only.