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“You know what I mean, books with out-of-focus pastel covers, an extreme avoidance of anything like plot or entertainment, full of writing in a tone that refuses to lift itself above the level of monotonous murmur, without the least passion, complex philosophical outlook, or sense that there might be something, ANYTHING, the least bit exciting in the world.”
“If you don't know what that is, Wikipedia defines Bokeh as a word derived from the Japanese that is "a photographic term referring to the appearance of out-of-focus areas of an image produced by a camera lens.”
“Trust me, I've got enough poorly-exposed, out-of-focus "artsy" shots in my iPhoto Library to fill several albums.”
“I didn't want him to know that his call made me feel all warm and fuzzy with out-of-focus eyes.”
“The red-headed young girl in a striped polo shirt in the foreground of "The Granddaughter" (2004) rests her elbow on a china cabinet filled with porcelain figurines of 18th-century equestrians; her slightly out-of-focus grandparents (you see the resemblance in the faces) wear expensive dark clothes and peer forward with concern from an alcove in the rear.”
“In the latter melody, mostly stated by Mr. Monder, "I'll Remember April" seemed like an out-of-focus, half-remembered dream, but beautiful.”
“But a viewer needs to stand in designated zones to experience a 3-D effect; otherwise the screen becomes an out-of-focus blur.”
“Still, a partially out-of-focus Robbie Robertson album every 13 years is better than half of what crosses my playlist weekly.”
“In turn, that means exceptionally rude and intrusive audiences; out-of-focus films in 2D; out-of-phase and/or misadjusted speakers; or a 120-mile drive to the nearest quasireliable theater.”
“There are, to be sure, a lot of flowers in this new collection, along with out-of-focus photography, but they work pretty well was wallpaper.”
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