Sandy a la Mode – Assignment #1: Bokeh

My friend Sandy’s got a blog, with her first photography post dedicated to bokeh…

AKA: Sandy’s Bokeh Battle Royale – Photo Challenge! POW!

Anyway, below are some photos I took when my parents came to visit this past weekend.  All photos were taken with the Olympus E620, with either the Olympus ZD 50mm f/2.0 macro (the first one from the Como Park Conservatory), or the Sigma 30mm f/1.4 (the other ones from the Cathedral of Saint Paul).

This is an Actual FlowerOlympus E-620, 50mm f/2.0, Como Park Conservatory

I Messed Up Their Program Pile to Take This PictureOlympus E620, Sigma 30mm f/1.4, Cathedral of Saint Paul

Intricate Stonework at the Cathedral of Saint Paul

Intricate Stonework Adorning the EntrancesOlympus E620, Sigma 30mm f/1.4, Cathedral of Saint Paul

Flickering Prayer Candles
Olympus E620, Sigma 30mm f/1.4, Cathedral of Saint Paul

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One thought on “Sandy a la Mode – Assignment #1: Bokeh

  1. wow wow wow, these are truly amazing J Le! great work!!!! i love the one of the programs b/c the bokeh background is blurry yet you can still tell what it is!!! you’re an inspiration to follow man!

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