I read somewhere the literal meaning means fuzziness. Is that true?
My understanding at the time of creating the thread:
Shallow DoF, Wide Open lens, mirror lens etc cause blurry background.
How well the blurriness is rendered is qualitatively measured as having
a (good) bokeh. But then I felt who am I to decide WHAT is good bokeh?
So I kept it open for submitters to make the call.
So based on above understanding, I thought since we typically "focus"
(no pun intended) on a primary subject or two, why not make background
the subject and what better way than speak to bokeh.
At the most I am guilty of using the wrong term, and it wouldn't be the first
time, I am wrong.
The intent is to have images that show case the
aesthetics of an out of focus background. My apologies if I used an incorrect
term to describe my intent.