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3-in-1 lens brings sweet bokeh to mirrorless cameras

Thanks to a software feature on the iPhone 7 camera, Apple fans are getting familiar with a term once heard in a language only spoken by photographers – bokeh. It’s a Japanese word that means blur and the bokeh in a photograph refers to the areas that are not in focus. Creamy and dream are […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)
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