Good Bokeh

Here is a good use of Bokeh that I noticed in our Flickr group. My definition of good is that I didn’t realize any processing had been done until I read the notes. It was made by Christer Bruno-Lundh. He gives some explanation here. To see more of his work including other before/after shots and lighting advice, visit him on Flickr.

Skeppare Bruno

About the Author:

Jeff Butterworth is the founder of Alien Skin Software. He used to create the products, but now he does marketing and gets coffee for the programmers.

3 Comments

  1. peter January 12, 2011 at 9:50 am

    works well

  2. Monte Krause January 17, 2011 at 9:58 pm

    I made a somewhat purposely crude, handmade music video I produced by exporting 720p digital video clips as TIF, still-image sequences. The sequences were then batch processed playing back Photoshop Actions that incorporated Alien Skin Photoshop plug-ins – Bokeh, Image Doctor, and Exposure.

    • Jeff January 18, 2011 at 11:15 am

      Thanks Monte!
      For those of you interested in video, our plug-ins are not terribly easy to use on video, but it is possible with Photoshop Extended or using the technique Monte describes. You can watch a tutorial video on the Photoshop Extended approach. Exposure is the best product for video. Bokeh and Snap Art might be good in some situations. I’m not sure if our other products are such a good fit for video.

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