Upload & Sell: On
Reading the above post, among others, I feel like everyone else is starting to get 'lost in the semantics'.
To us, as photographers, there are many different sources of background blur, and that's cool and all, we can classify, categorize, etc. all these types or sources (real or virtual) and spend days or more on this. As trained photographers, we can utilize these methods ourselves, and looking at another photographer's photograph, we can probably recognize some or all of them being used for effect. But when the rest-of-world looks at a photo like this, they generally only perceive two things, the...Show more →
Access, ain't that the truth. Many photogs, some quite active on this board, really get anal about the semantics of photography, getting into minute detailed discussions of really irrelevant concepts such as trying to accurately define bokeh. To the general public, either the photo moves them or not, irrelevant of the details of bokeh, DOF, sharpness, drawing style etc..., these are just photo bithead interests.