Introduction to bokeh effects.
Creating bokeh in-camera.
Fast lenses make for great bokeh.
Zoom zoom zoom.
Staging and lights.
Bokeh in the video editing bay.
Focus pull in Premiere Pro.
Blur and sharpen in After Effects.
If you’re looking to do heavy blurring and bokeh work in post-production, moving footage to After Effects is helpful for effective blur. With a massive selection of different blur effects that help you affect footage in precise ways, you can capture the look and feel of different types of lenses and depth-of-field effects.
Bokeh and depth-of-field control are artisan tools, but they aren’t the only tools in the cinematographer’s toolbox. Learn more about other filmmaking concepts with these helpful tutorials.
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