Did you move the camera while shooting or is this the actual bokeh?
Would like to see a sample without a busy foreground to better see how it renders.
I can see a little of it on the last photo on the left. It is a nice fast lens.
You can find a few pictures taken with this lens on my Zenfolio gallery but the first 13 pictures were taken when the lens was still suffering from a bad case of element separation. The subsequent pictures where taken after applying my magical heat treatment. And sorry for the off-topic, guys .
Many thanks! Look forward to your contributions.
Lovely images, Abbazz and Michiel.
This one is to get me in the mood for the coming summer.
This is another Bennie the Bengal picture.
It is called "The Look"
Hi Keith and Mike,
Beautiful images! Here is a recent piece entitled "Night Flight". GF1 + 7-14mm.
Thank you for the encouragement Michael.
G1 + 7-14mm. "After the Morning Rain".
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Leica77: really love the Night Flight shot.
Klythawk: you got me speechless...
one of my latest.
lets make that two..
Hi m3photo and JerryMK,
Many thanks for your kind comments. m3photo, I appreciate your suggestion for the image title. JerryMK, your raindrop shots are always beautiful! All the best, Leica 77.
Deleted photos from S5, I forgot which camera took them.
Panasonic G1 & GF1 bodies, Panasonic 14-45, 45-200mm, various Minolta, Pentax, Canon FD, M39 & M42 mount lenses.
Thanks Raf & JerryMK for the very nice comments, for someone who is very much a novice they are really appreciated. Its looking at all the smashing shots and advice from posters on forums such as this, that gives you all the encouragement you need. Cheers everyone.
I've just received my Zenitar 16mm/2.8 M42 mount lens, purchased for the Italian tilt adapter that has been discussed in earlier posts.
I think this lens will be useful for blenders and bokehgraphers - here is a test picture. Taken on the G1 and at aperture 2.8.
You must be enjoying the Zenitar 16mm lens that you have just acquired. Here is my contribution. "Night Lights". Best regards, Leica 77.
This is called "Inn Colchester"
Now I can see "HO" of the Holiday Inn sign. It is good to set some realistic and attainable goals such as a "bokeh a day". In my future travels, I will do the same ... As you do, I will take a couple of my favorite bokeh lenses to some faraway places planned for this spring. Best regards, Leica 77.
"Flags - Batumi, Georgia"
One from about 2 weeks ago with the Canon FD 35/2
- Floating in space -
Some lights - Olympus E-P1 with Panasonic 45-200mm set to 200mm & f/5.6
A lot of very nice bokehgraphies here, some very experimental
Let me join in with a more traditional one, to celebrate the arrival of spring !
Micro-Nikkor 105/2.8 wide open, iso200
Some really colourful and strange pics.... love em...!!
Mine is not so colourful but i like this shot.....
Raf - keep the Spring ones coming, in Canada we are three months behind you!!
Lovely, and unusual Bokehgraph. No one here has done OOF by heat before
"Lights in the Trees"
Death of a bloom
seen by old Zuiko 50 mm at f1.4
Might as well post it here (traffic bokeh) although it is more a variation on the first photo of the -No need for Noktor- thread.
Canon FD L85/1.2 wide open.
Here's another crocus bokeh !
G1 with Micro-Nikkor 105/2.8 wide open