Bokeh Christmas Tree

I found the heart bokeh filter I made last year - it was in one of my several camera gear "boxes", kind of my junk drawers for camera stuff I don't want to store in the big bag. But I found it nonetheless:

The Heart Filter

We placed the tree in a different spot this year and I couldn't fit the entire tree in thee frame without hitting a wall. So I used the reflection in the window instead to get this shot:

Bokeh Tree 2011

I would love to figure out how to make smaller bokeh orbs, but for now, this will do.

Sherry  – (November 29, 2011 at 1:04 AM)  

I'm going to try that too. =) Your kind words on my blog go farther than you know. Thank you.

Lisa  – (November 30, 2011 at 8:52 PM)  

I love it. Love it

I have a place just like yours where I keep things too and its big. I think I better go through it again.

So the trick to is not to let in light around that filter you made.
I have to have one.
How did you do it.
email me . Its on my profile.
Stop by you may want to know how I did my last blog. Its addictive and fun.
So glad to have you along.

Anonymous –   – (November 30, 2011 at 11:44 PM)  

Just love your bokeh hearts tree.

puna  – (December 1, 2011 at 3:21 PM)  

I remember you doing this last year Shirley! Guess what? Santa brought me an early Christmas gift - a D7000:)

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