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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    My wife pointed to a photography exhibition currently being shown at the Ontario Gallery of Art (OGA).
    It is called "Beautiful Fictions" and "examines the fascinating transformation of fact-based medium rooted in film to a fabricated product of computer-assisted manipulation."

    Several photographers are represented but the work by Thomas Ruff will excite bokehgraphers.

    http://www.artnet.com/Artists/LotDet...A48C841DC74AB9

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    Recently I saw this beautifull serie ( besides other kind of work, some of it not to mention here , he does) in a book off Thomas Ruff.
    This serie is compleet abstract photography with a lot of post processing.
    It is only natural we are not the first, one almost never is.
    Most of us are still giving information in our bokehphoto's to solve the riddle in contradiction to these photographs.

    I am also very interested in making use of reflection for more abstraction and co´ncidence, for example through shopwindows etc. So I found a book of photographer called Saul Leiter, probably very famous, but I didn,t know him. Fantastic work.
    Sorry another subject.
    Here is a link http://www.lensculture.com/leiter.html

    Good thing to show these works of Ruff for more inspiration.
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    EP-1 with CV 40mm 1.4
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    Quote Originally Posted by mregnier View Post
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    Nice poetic image. Did make me think of a Bob Dylan Album cover were he walks with Joan Baez in a New York street.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mregnier View Post
    EP-1 with CV 40mm 1.4
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    I love it

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    Thanks Michiel and Keith. I'll have to check out that Bob Dylan cover. The CV40mm 1.4 lens is great for doing this kind of work.

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    "City Lights 2" EP-1 CV 40mm 1.4
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    Quote Originally Posted by mregnier View Post
    Thanks Michiel and Keith. I'll have to check out that Bob Dylan cover. The CV40mm 1.4 lens is great for doing this kind of work.

    Mike
    Mike - I have this lens, and haven't tried it for this stuff - so I will try it tomorrow.

    I think on that cover Bob was walking with Suzy and not Joan, but he walked up there with a lot of friends - we need to do some research

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Recently I saw this beautifull serie ( besides other kind of work, some of it not to mention here , he does) in a book off Thomas Ruff.
    This serie is compleet abstract photography with a lot of post processing.
    It is only natural we are not the first, one almost never is.
    Most of us are still giving information in our bokehphoto's to solve the riddle in contradiction to these photographs.

    I am also very interested in making use of reflection for more abstraction and co´ncidence, for example through shopwindows etc. So I found a book of photographer called Saul Leiter, probably very famous, but I didn,t know him. Fantastic work.

    Good thing to show these works of Ruff for more inspiration.
    Michiel
    I agree Michiel. We were not the first. But we may be the first in inspiring some very talented photographers on this site to try this stuff.
    I've been looking at a few of the other threads on the site, and I think we are having an effect - lots of bokeh

    At least I know that Ruff has not photographed the organic material in my garden

    Keith

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    Here is a shot with EP-1 and Lensbaby. It makes for some great accidents and swirling motion.
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    EP-1 with lensbaby and combined images.
    Also, a question. How do you get your images to show up large in the post instead of as an attachment? Couldn't seem to find the answer in FAQ.

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    "Fall One"

    G1 with Nikkor 55/3.5

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    Quote Originally Posted by mregnier View Post
    EP-1 with lensbaby and combined images.
    Also, a question. How do you get your images to show up large in the post instead of as an attachment? Couldn't seem to find the answer in FAQ.

    http://www.regnierstudio.com/

    Mike
    The way I do it, Mike, is to upload my image to the gallery (gallery,upload). Once it has loaded, copy it's url the clipboard. Upen up your reply box and select the yellow icon with the mountain (paste image). Paste in your URL and all should be fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    The way I do it, Mike, is to upload my image to the gallery (gallery,upload). Once it has loaded, copy it's url the clipboard. Upen up your reply box and select the yellow icon with the mountain (paste image). Paste in your URL and all should be fine.

    Keith
    Thanks Keith. I'll try that next time I upload.

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    I think on that cover Bob was walking with Suzy and not Joan, but he walked up there with a lot of friends - we need to do some research

    Keith[/QUOTE]

    Yes you are right it was not Joan Baez on the cover- The freewheelin' Bob Dylan -. And the photograph doesn't really look like it but the atmosphere does to my eyes.
    Tommorow I am off to do some work in France for a week without the wwweb.
    Hope I can find some time for Bokeh's
    Enjoy, Michiel

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    "Tower Sunset"
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    My Sun(ny)day mood capture in a picture...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mregnier View Post
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    As Michiel said, this is very evocative of the early days of musicians living in New York.

    Mike:
    I went to your web site and looked at your images. You have taken the post processing much farther than we have in this thread.
    Your images are beautiful, and I would like your comments on how we may expand on the bounds that we have set ourselves (and this is only my interpretation of these bounds!)

    1. Out of focus image
    2. All the post processing you want on a single image
    3. No combination of multiple images.

    Do you think we should extend our range?

    This is all about the relationship of photography and art, with photographic realism on one side and art abstraction on the other. In the middle there are lots of slots.

    Keith

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    Hi Keith,
    thanks for taking the time to check out my site. As you can tell I never leave an image as I shot it. Both of my parents are painters and I have always felt confined with the reality of photography, so my images out of the camera are just a starting point. As my Czech wife says about her art, "Jen Tak" which means it just happens.
    Even with the Bokeh images that I have posted, I don't limit myself to just a single image. The first shot I posted of the figure walking down the street was added from an earlier shot that day. Since I was shooting the city shots with the lights out of a moving car (I was the passenger) I couldn't really wait for that figure to appear. And I didn't even realize that I needed it till I started working on the image back in the studio.
    So I think for me the only limits you should put on the Bokeh images is that the major part of the image is out of focus.
    I add the layers of texture as a sharp image, but usually dialed way back. The extra layers give the image depth and also a point to fix your eyes on. If that makes sense?
    Here is another example . The subject of each image is out of focus,but the texture is sharp. Hope I've answered your question.


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    Quote Originally Posted by mregnier View Post
    Hi Keith,
    thanks for taking the time to check out my site. As you can tell I never leave an image as I shot it. Both of my parents are painters and I have always felt confined with the reality of photography, so my images out of the camera are just a starting point. As my Czech wife says about her art, "Jen Tak" which means it just happens.
    Even with the Bokeh images that I have posted, I don't limit myself to just a single image. The first shot I posted of the figure walking down the street was added from an earlier shot that day. Since I was shooting the city shots with the lights out of a moving car (I was the passenger) I couldn't really wait for that figure to appear. And I didn't even realize that I needed it till I started working on the image back in the studio.
    So I think for me the only limits you should put on the Bokeh images is that the major part of the image is out of focus.
    I add the layers of texture as a sharp image, but usually dialed way back. The extra layers give the image depth and also a point to fix your eyes on. If that makes sense?
    Here is another example . The subject of each image is out of focus,but the texture is sharp. Hope I've answered your question.
    Mike - thanks for that. Your images are a welcome addition to this thread. I hope people here will go to your site.

    You are suggesting to start with a mostly out of focus image (images) and post process in whichever way gives the image that you have in mind.

    Sounds good to me.

    Keith

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    "Valley of Balaclava"
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    Quote Originally Posted by JerryMK View Post
    My Sun(ny)day mood capture in a picture...


    Jerry:
    There is something sensuous in this image I love the way the OOF backs up the in-focus image.

    My father was fascinated by fuchsias, and grew many varieties.

    We are trying here in Canada, and get results, but not the same as the UK

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    Jerry:
    There is something sensuous in this image I love the way the OOF backs up the in-focus image.

    My father was fascinated by fuchsias, and grew many varieties.

    We are trying here in Canada, and get results, but not the same as the UK

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    Thank you Keith. I can image the fascination, it grabbed me too. They are excellent fotomodels, a treat for the eyes and sometime stimulate the imagination

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    "Fall Four"

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    "Fall Five"
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    Captured in my world of Bokeh


    (actually this is an old one... taken 21th may this year...)
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    Quote Originally Posted by JerryMK View Post
    Captured in my world of Bokeh
    (actually this is an old one... taken 21th may this year...)
    Lovely, which lens is that Jerry?

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    From my Black Sea trip:

    "Mosque Bush"

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    Quote Originally Posted by mregnier View Post
    EP-1 with lensbaby and combined images.
    Also, a question. How do you get your images to show up large in the post instead of as an attachment? Couldn't seem to find the answer in FAQ.

    http://www.regnierstudio.com/

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    I just love this--and the nude farther down in the thread.

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    Lovely, which lens is that Jerry?

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    Hi Keith, thanks. This was shot handheld using a Canon FD 135mm f/2.5 on my G1.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diane B View Post
    I just love this--and the nude farther down in the thread.

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    Thanks Diane. The lensbaby is a lot of fun on the EP-1.
    I've been using the composer which is great if you would like to repeat the effect.

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    another shot with the lensbaby and a quick jerk!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mregnier View Post
    another shot with the lensbaby and a quick jerk!

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    I love the simplicity of this one - beautiful image

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    "Flowers"
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    Bokeh Confetti - Canon fl58mm f/1.2


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    So many new and great additions!
    Here's another ghost.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    So many new and great additions!
    Here's another ghost.
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    Welcome back, Michiel, lovely shot - which fountain is that?

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    Thank you Keith.
    Had no time for photography in France. It is from an older serie of a fountain in Amsterdam.
    Here is one a little to sharp but appropriate for this season.

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    I redid "Mosque Bush" using the advice of Mike's (mregier) post - I put texture into it by merging a couple of photos together. I think it is a better image. In these OOF shots it does indeed help the eye to have something it can focus on.
    Original "Mosque Bush" is in post 528

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    hmm - it has taken ages to get this photo online i hope you like... 'coz I do ..


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    hi Keith,

    I like this version much better. It really does help to have something for the eye to focus on. You might try playing with the blend modes on the texture. I sometimes come up with some nice accidents this way.

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    Here's a telephoto bokehgraph.
    E-P1 with Canon 85mm f/2 LTM


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    Quote Originally Posted by mregnier View Post
    hi Keith,

    I like this version much better. It really does help to have something for the eye to focus on. You might try playing with the blend modes on the texture. I sometimes come up with some nice accidents this way.

    mike
    Thanks for providing the help to get me here, Mike.

    I've only used the program for just the basic stuff, do you have any books, etc to recommend on this issue of working with multiple images in Photoshop?

    Keith

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devon Shaw View Post
    Here's a telephoto bokehgraph.
    E-P1 with Canon 85mm f/2 LTM

    Love it - looks like a giant flower head. Have you tried playing with saturation, white balance, etc on this OOF images, you can get into some interesting effects.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pellicule View Post
    hmm - it has taken ages to get this photo online i hope you like... 'coz I do ..

    Pellicule, what took you so long? Continue thinking OOF, it removes all the pixel peeping anxiety .

    Well done

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    Thanks for providing the help to get me here, Mike.

    I've only used the program for just the basic stuff, do you have any books, etc to recommend on this issue of working with multiple images in Photoshop?

    Keith
    Keith,
    Are you familiar with a site named http://www.chromasia.com
    He does tutorials that are a fair price, and he actually did 2 tutorials on my work with textures that goes in depth in to my work with my examples and how I did it. Here is a more direct link. http://www.chromasia.com/tutorials/online/wwt1_info.php
    It is a two part tutorial using my work and his work. However, if you don't want to get involved with that, just keep playing with different images and try different blend modes on the texture and opacity changes as well as masks to alter part of the textures. I sometimes use multiple textures on top of each other at different strengths. It's not uncommon to end up with 10 or more layers and huge files.
    The chromasia tutorial would be better than a book. I don't make any money from this by the way, so I'm not trying to push his tutorials. He does do a great job of teaching though.
    Hope this helps

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    Quote Originally Posted by mregnier View Post
    Keith,
    Are you familiar with a site named http://www.chromasia.com
    He does tutorials that are a fair price, and he actually did 2 tutorials on my work with textures that goes in depth in to my work with my examples and how I did it. Here is a more direct link. http://www.chromasia.com/tutorials/online/wwt1_info.php
    It is a two part tutorial using my work and his work. However, if you don't want to get involved with that, just keep playing with different images and try different blend modes on the texture and opacity changes as well as masks to alter part of the textures. I sometimes use multiple textures on top of each other at different strengths. It's not uncommon to end up with 10 or more layers and huge files.
    The chromasia tutorial would be better than a book. I don't make any money from this by the way, so I'm not trying to push his tutorials. He does do a great job of teaching though.
    Hope this helps

    mike
    Mike

    Just what I needed - thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    I've only used the program for just the basic stuff, do you have any books, etc to recommend on this issue of working with multiple images in Photoshop?
    I confess I haven't read it as I'm more of a self-taught type but this one by Matt Kloskowski is well recommended:
    Layers: The Complete Guide to Photoshop's Most Powerful Feature

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