Thing I realized: Both the Coolpix A1000 and the Pentax A 100mm f/4 have very hexagonal bokeh when stopped down - so pictures from both have a very similar look. I can't decide if I like it or not. I don't want bokeh to be distracting unless it's very intentional, but I find the subtle pattern from a hexagonal bokeh can sometimes make an image subtly more interesting by adding a texture the viewer might not immediately notice.
I like to make pictures that show little details in the world or things people wouldn't have seen.
Pentax K-3, Ricoh GR, Nikon 1 v2 & coolpix a1000
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