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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    Hi everyone:

    I've got pictures in a couple of threads to show this and have got some good response - so I've started this thread where similar images can be posted.

    A few ideas on the rules might be:
    Pictures of bokeh only - no in focus image (but some might object to that)
    The objective is to see as many nuances that the design and construction of the lens can bring to the table. It's obvious to do it on this forum because M4/3 lets you use most lenses ever made.
    As these images are mostly abstract in nature, I think post processing should be allowed to go wild, with out changing the original structure of the bokeh. Severe cropping helps, so does lots of noise.

    Here are a couple to get things going.

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    Hi Keith,
    This is the very first post by Keith in this thread dating back to 7th September, 2009. Needless to say, the images are beautiful and now legendary. Your leadership in this thread is simply stellar. All the best, Leica 77.

    P.S. This is the 1001st post in this thread.

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by Leica 77 View Post
    Hi Keith,
    This is the very first post by Keith in this thread dating back to 7th September, 2009. Needless to say, the images are beautiful and now legendary. Your leadership in this thread is simply stellar. All the best, Leica 77.

    P.S. This is the 1001st post in this thread.
    Thanks so much Leica for your enthusiasm and contribution to this thread, we have a long way to go

    When I first posted these images I didn't know what to expect. It turns out that photographers are really interested in getting the images they need, even under the worse situation for the lens (which may be the best situation for the image).

    I've learned so much since this thread was started - I look at my images much more carefully to see what I can get out of them.

    This one was taken from the window of a tour bus in Montevideo - it was pouring with rain, but the bus was moving so there is some action in the image. I wrote these pictures off - until this evening when I took a look at this one (original bokehgraph with no mixing, blending, textures or whatever)

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    This one was taken from the window of a tour bus in Montevideo - it was pouring with rain, but the bus was moving so there is some action in the image. I wrote these pictures off - until this evening when I took a look at this one (original bokehgraph with no mixing, blending, textures or whatever)
    Regards

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    Hi Keith,
    Wow! This is one of the very best images in this thread for sure. There is movement in the horse's head, legs and tail. It is a great illusion that gives a truly new direction to bokehgraphy. Best regards, Leica 77.

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Hi,

    congrats to Keith and all the participants of this thread, for starting it and for keeping it interesting, a 1000 posts long !!!

    Long live the Bokeh

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by f6cvalkyrie View Post

    here's a few shot wit a more exotic lens, a c-mount Bell & Howell Super Comat 25mm f1.9, used wide open.



    C U,
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    Hi Rafael,
    +1. This one of yours (Post #87) is certainly one of the very best contributions to this thread. BTW, many of your beautiful images recorded with the 7-14mm lens inspired me to purchase one of these last month, and I simply love it. I need to find time so that I can enjoy using the lens more. Kind regards, Leica 77.

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by f6cvalkyrie View Post

    Here's a shot where I am undecided between two versions : colour or B&W ??
    Please give me your opinion !



    (Micro-NIKKOR 55mm f2.8)

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    Hi Rafael,
    One more of your finest images. This image is truly memorable! Best regards, Leica 77.

    P.S. I just noticed that this is my 1000th post as well in this forum!

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Thanks for serving memories, Leica77, I also greatly enjoy your contributions in this and other topics.

    Congrats on your 1000th post. I wish you many more happy landings here

    And, sorry to have you inspired to such big spending as the purchase of 7-14mm, but I'm sure that in your capable hands, it's money well spent !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leica 77 View Post
    Hi Keith,
    Wow! This is one of the very best images in this thread for sure. There is movement in the horse's head, legs and tail. It is a great illusion that gives a truly new direction to bokehgraphy. Best regards, Leica 77.
    +1 on this one. I missed it before---and love the feeling of movement.

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    I found this one today and wonder if it fits into this thread. Shot with LB Composer @ f/2.0 disk--processed (and enhanced) in LR



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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by Diane B View Post
    I found this one today and wonder if it fits into this thread. Shot with LB Composer @ f/2.0 disk--processed (and enhanced) in LR

    Diane
    OK Diane, I'm going to have to take a few more shots with my Composer - this one has double line bokeh in top right and oval highlights in bottom left.

    I think that the lensbaby is wonderful for these OOF shots, because you can always squeeze some localized sharpness into the image for a point of reference.

    Love it

    Keith

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

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    OK Diane, I'm going to have to take a few more shots with my Composer - this one has double line bokeh in top right and oval highlights in bottom left.
    I think that the lensbaby is wonderful for these OOF shots, because you can always squeeze some localized sharpness into the image for a point of reference.
    Love it
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    +1. Love it!

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Flowers by the river



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    VERY nice image, Mike.
    It makes me want this winter to stop, and summer to arrive !

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    Re: Flowers by the river

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    Flowers by the river
    This, like many of yours blended with a painted canvas base, gets my vote. Thank you Mike.

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by Leica 77 View Post
    Hi Keith,
    This is the very first post by Keith in this thread dating back to 7th September, 2009. Needless to say, the images are beautiful and now legendary. Your leadership in this thread is simply stellar. All the best, Leica 77.

    P.S. This is the 1001st post in this thread.
    Have been away for a while but I join in on this. It is a great thread in deed

    Thank you, Keith and Leica 77, for dragging my old photograph out of the mothballs, and the compliments.
    Did forget about that one. May be something for a print.

    Go away for a few days and creativety, here and in the blends thread as well, is exploding! Have to get some work done.

    Cheers, Michiel

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Michiel

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    Hi Michiel,
    Greetings! Looking back the 1000-post history of this thread initiated by Keith, this image of yours is certainly one of the masterpieces in this exciting thread. Kind regards, Leica 77.

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by Leica 77 View Post
    Hi Michiel,
    Greetings! Looking back the 1000-post history of this thread initiated by Keith, this image of yours is certainly one of the masterpieces in this exciting thread. Kind regards, Leica 77.
    I second that, Leica. This is one of those images that draws the eye in and holds it there. There is lots going on, and plenty of perceived movement.

    Keith

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

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    Flowers by the river



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    Love the colors and composition, Mike

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

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    Love the colors and composition, Mike

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    thanks Keith,Michael and Rafael.

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    "Walking in the park"
    EP-1 with multiple layers.


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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    A night version of the same image above.


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    Love the night version! It can be painterly enough without texture.
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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Love the night version! It can be painterly enough without texture.
    Michiel
    Thanks Michiel, and I agree, this one is best without so much texture.

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    Ok, this is my 1st post, so go easy on me please.
    Main gear is 5D with 24-105, but since getting an E-P1 for christmas, I've been having loads of fun trying out legacy lenses.
    I've been following this thread keenly for some time, but only now have I plucked up enough courage to post my humble attempts here - not sure if they fit the theme exactly though...
    1st two pictures with a Konica Hexanon 40/1.8, last pix with a CZJ Flektogon 35/2.4.






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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Welcome, browncow (I'm sure your parents gave you another name ??) !

    I can't see no pics
    Best to use the yellow icon with the mountain, and fill in the URL of your pic there.

    But, others here might have other trics !

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    Shot in the park tonight on the way back home.

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    Two images merged together with the Patch tool in PS.
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    Hmmm...apparently my pictures can't be seen, so here's a repost:






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    A couple with my new Cosmicar 25mm f1.9 c-mount lens. Only focuses up to about 5 feet away with my current adapter, but who cares... I bought it for the bokeh!




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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    @ browncow : well worth the second try !
    @ ggibson : I love the swirlyness of this bokeh. Similar to my Super Comat 25/1.9

    @ Michiel : lovely pics, I like the colourschemes very much !

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by browncow View Post
    Hmmm...apparently my pictures can't be seen, so here's a repost:





    I'm glad you reposted, these are lovely. I really like no 3

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Shot in the park tonight on the way back home.

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    Love the top one Michael - the red circle brings it alive

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    Quote Originally Posted by f6cvalkyrie View Post
    @ browncow : well worth the second try !
    @ ggibson : I love the swirlyness of this bokeh. Similar to my Super Comat 25/1.9

    @ Michiel : lovely pics, I like the colourschemes very much !

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    +1

    Count me in on all of these (When I first went through this I thought ggibson's image with red flowers was one of Raf's)

    Good to see some nice activity on the old Bokeh thread

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    Re: Browncow's pictures

    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    I'm glad you reposted, these are lovely. I really like no 3
    Me too

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    I'm glad you reposted, these are lovely. I really like no 3

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    Yes me too too, actually I like them together!

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    Street

    And now, by popular demand ( Keith):


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    And don't make anymore of those wonderfull mistakes!

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    Re: Street

    Quote Originally Posted by m3photo View Post
    And now, by popular demand ( Keith):

    I like this one a lot

    Not only is it deliberately taken OOF but it captures the essence of the lens through the elliptical highlights - which is very difficult to do in post-processing of an in focus image.

    (I'm assuming this is one image)

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    Last edited by woodmancy; 6th February 2010 at 07:58.

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    Re: Street

    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    ... which is very difficult to do in post-processing of an in focus image.

    (I'm assuming this is one image)
    Oh yes, it's a single shot, defocussed in camera at the moment of shooting. Post-processing here was cutting out the left 25% of the original shot (someone got into the frame) and stretching the result back out to a two by three format thus pleasantly "fattening" the subject and his colours and rendering the lights to a slightly more oval shape.

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    Like my two other postings before this one is also with the Canon FD 135/2.
    Very nice lens. Finally found one in Belgium for not too much.
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    Re: Plexiglass

    Quote Originally Posted by m3photo View Post
    I'd love to see them!
    Michiel, how will you put them together? I'm planning to exhibit using the plexiglass sandwich system but all the offers I've had here involve using
    corner screws to hold the two plates together and I was looking for some way of doing it without any visible unions.
    Keith and you, I believe, asked to show the prints I had made.
    Finally got to take a shot of the two prints hanging on the wall (temporary).
    Little difficult to do without running into window reflections, but this will give an idea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Keith and you, I believe, asked to show the prints I had made.
    Finally got to take a shot of the two prints hanging on the wall (temporary).
    Little difficult to do without running into window reflections, but this will give an idea.

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    Michiel, those are stunning!

    Did you print them yourself? The thing about bokehgraphs is that they are less sensitive to color management and maintaining resolution than in focus images. I would think they also lend themselves very well to canvas.

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    Thank you Keith.

    No, I had it done by a professional printer. He makes a small complete sample and a 1:1 detail sample first. We did correct the colours after that. He explained, with the left one where red and blue touch each other, it always causes problems - you can see a sort of dark line in between those colours. I wanted smooth colour transitions.
    Especially if you saturate the image too much. I had to bring saturasation down almost completly to get better results.

    Personally I wouldn't like a canvas structure for these colour transitions. You would get rid of the reflection problems, though. But I am also a sort of fan of reflections.
    May be a good idea for a fresh new thread, what do you think?
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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Thank you Keith.

    No, I had it done by a professional printer. He makes a small complete sample and a 1:1 detail sample first. We did correct the colours after that. He explained, with the left one where red and blue touch each other, it always causes problems - you can see a sort of dark line in between those colours. I wanted smooth colour transitions.
    Especially if you saturate the image too much. I had to bring saturasation down almost completly to get better results.

    Personally I wouldn't like a canvas structure for these colour transitions. You would get rid of the reflection problems, though. But I am also a sort of fan of reflections.
    May be a good idea for a fresh new thread, what do you think?
    Michiel
    I think that is a wonderful idea. Mike gave us some stuff on how he prints, varnishes, and mounts his images - I found that fascinating.

    Keith

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    This one is called "Evita"

    . . . and is a software bokehgraph

    Taken from a bus in Buenes Aires in 2008 with a Canon G9

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Like my two other postings before this one is also with the Canon FD 135/2.
    Very nice lens. Finally found one in Belgium for not too much.
    Michiel

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    Are those the streetcar rails?

    Are you using the Canon lens with a G1?

    Lovely image

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

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    This one is called "Evita"

    . . . and is a software bokehgraph

    Taken from a bus in Buenes Aires in 2008 with a Canon G9

    Keith


    Looks like the musical can start from here.
    Mind to share how you blur in software? Photoshop?

    Yes those were the rails in my picture.

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Made another one in the panorama serie from photo's token yesterday with the Canon FD 85/1.2 on the G1. It is the same spot from where I made of the panorama - Ballet of light -. This also made from 3 images. It works rather good when you use photographs from the same session. Same light, lens etc.
    Something went wrong in the upper left image but that is another 15 minutes.
    Do not have the time right now.

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Made another one in the panorama serie from photo's token yesterday with the Canon FD 85/1.2 on the G1. It is the same spot from where I made of the panorama - Ballet of light -. This also made from 3 images. It works rather good when you use photographs from the same session. Same light, lens etc.
    Something went wrong in the upper left image but that is another 15 minutes.
    Do not have the time right now.

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    Love the panorama, Michiel.

    My software bokehgraph was done with Alien Skin Bokeh, a photoshop add-in. Easy to use and effective with a database of lenses some of which I will never be able to buy (because of my wive ) "Evita" was a fairly sharp image, but I needed a way to focus on that famous balcony.

    Since I'm following the threads on blending and bokehs I've been able to "rescue" many of my travel pictures that may have been taken in a rush, or in the rain, or on a bus.


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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    Love the panorama, Michiel.

    My software bokehgraph was done with Alien Skin Bokeh, a photoshop add-in. Easy to use and effective with a database of lenses some of which I will never be able to buy (because of my wive ) "Evita" was a fairly sharp image, but I needed a way to focus on that famous balcony.

    Since I'm following the threads on blending and bokehs I've been able to "rescue" many of my travel pictures that may have been taken in a rush, or in the rain, or on a bus.


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    Michiel

    I just tried FocalPoint 2 from Onone software, and it looks better.

    Keith

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