Got bokeh? {Resources 4 Photographers}

What is bokeh? Bokeh is a Japanese term for the subjective aesthetic quality of out-of-focus points of light in a photographic image. No matter what brand of camera/lenses you use, you can still mimick bokeh during the processing in photoshop by using these bokeh brushes.

Take a look at these fun samples using just a few of the bokeh brushes in the set:




There are 6 unique bokeh shape brushes and a comprehensive instruction guide. Please note that these are NOT overlays or textures. You must use Photoshop in order to use these brushes. Professional use by photographers is allowed with no additional licensing fees. HALF-PRICE INTRODUCTORY RATE THROUGH SUNDAY, JUNE 21, 2009.

About Kim Hill

I’m passionate about my work and helping women feel comfortable in front of my lens. I want women to feel confident and sexy regardless of age or size. All women are beautiful and I'm here to help them see the beauty in themselves and the boudoir photographic experience is one step in that direction. I am dedicated to bringing a high-quality experience to the boudoir portrait session. My goal is to offer a fun yet relaxing environment where a woman can let down her guard, allowing that inner sparkle to shine. I’ve been a photographer for more than 25 years now. I started as a young child with my parents' 110 film camera, moved on to study photography in college, interned with a wedding photographer for a couple of years and then struck out on my own. I've been doing general portraits since 1998 and boudoir work since 2009. In addition to boudoir, I also offer high school senior portraits, fashion inspired sessions, and business executive head shots.
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One Response to Got bokeh? {Resources 4 Photographers}

  1. melissa says:

    very cool brush effect!

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