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I joined the second workshop of the university's photography club called "Exposure" today.
We learned about bokeh and camera gears.
There was a lot of information with a variety of technical words.
Many kinds of lens exist, and they vary from brand to brand.
Cameras are really deep and difficult to plumb.
I felt this workshop was more difficult than lectures at university. haha

I did not know that the word "bokeh" originally came from the Japanese word "boke".
"Bokeh" means an out of focus area of a photo image.

I learned a very interesting way to make photos lovely.
Let me teach you how to do it.
1. Prepare a piece of paper.
2. Cut a circle that fits your lens.
3. Make a heart mark and cut it out.
4. Place the mask in front of your lens.
5. Try using the manual mode and take some photos at night.

As a result, you can take heart- shaped bokeh instead of having blurred parts of light.
Have a shot, so your memories as well as photos will become more lovely! haha

3104097800_5c6ffd0e9a.jpg (from google)

Here are some new phrase(s) that I have come across in daily life.
1. maul (in a newspaper)
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2. fast-track (on TV)
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3. (on TV)
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