Definition of bokeh in English:

bokeh

Syllabification: bo·keh
Pronunciation: /bōˈkā
 
/

noun

Photography
The visual quality of the out-of-focus areas of a photographic image, especially as rendered by a particular lens: a quick, visual survey of the foreground and background bokeh of a variety of lenses
More example sentences
  • It is easily light enough for a handheld supertelephoto lens, but what would the bokeh be like?
  • Many buy this lens to escape the often poor bokeh of the Vega, but is it really better?
  • Some folks feel the best bokeh has an undefined, blurred edge.

Origin

from Japanese.

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