Pinokeh - Matthew Cooper Photography
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Today’s shot is another one in the series of Magic Kingdom statues in the hub. I have most ingenuously combined Pinocchio and bokeh to create today’s photo title: Pinokeh. I know right?

Shooting & Editing Pinokeh

This was shot with the Nikon D810 and Nikon 70-200 2.8. This is a very simple shot. I zoomed in from far away to fill the frame with Pinocchio and shot at F2.8 to get nice creamy bokeh. I double processed the shot, once for the background and once for Pinocchio and then combined them using a mask. I did very minor editing which included color balancing and Nik Color Efex Pro Contrast. This is a simple fun shot that anyone with a telephoto lens can get.

Matthew Cooper