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    E-P1/Pana 20mm

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    woman under tree

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    That is insanely nice. How did you achieve the texture in the photo above. Scratched window pane?

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    That is insanely nice. How did you achieve the texture in the photo above. Scratched window pane?
    It's a combination of 3 different textures that I have created of scratched surfaces. I use multiple textures in each image with different blend modes.
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    This is another software bokehgraph, taken in the Azores

    "The Long and Winding Road"

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    Hi Keith,

    The road is not so long and winding , but I like the tilt effect to accentuate the road.

    Here's one with the Tokina macro 90/2.8 + extension tube.

    Cheers, Michiel

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    Hi Keith,

    The road is not so long and winding , but I like the tilt effect to accentuate the road.

    Here's one with the Tokina macro 90/2.8 + extension tube.

    Cheers, Michiel

    Hey Michiel - How could I call this picture "The Short and Straight Road" Paul McCartney would have objected?

    Again, this is a software bokehgraph - always feel a bit guilty when I do that (but, I have lots of lenses to choose from )

    Love your image, as always.

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    I love this one John - my kind of bokeh (may have to get that lens )

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    Quote Originally Posted by mregnier View Post
    woman under tree
    Lovely

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    Here's one with the Tokina macro 90/2.8 + extension tube.

    Cheers, Michiel

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    Great shot Michiel!

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    Thank you Keith and Mike! Much appreciated

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    Quote Originally Posted by mregnier View Post
    woman under tree
    Could have fooled me. Sure it's not called "bird on a branch"?

    Joking apart, it's a beautiful series Mike.

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    Thanks Michael.

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    Two photographs stiched in PS of a Louis Vuitton shopwindow.

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    I love this one John - my kind of bokeh (may have to get that lens )

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    Thank you Keith for the kind comment, much appreciated. I think Pany have got a winner with the 20mm.

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    This is a test bokehgraph from a 25mm/1.4 Chinese CCTV lens that I bought after reading this thread. Image taken wide open.

    http://forum.getdpi.com/forum/showthread.php?t=14987

    This is a nice lens for bokehghraphers and blenders. I bought it for $29 with free shipping, but now it is $39 with free shipping.

    Not much vignetting wide open (this shot is at 1.4). I've ordered his 35mm/1.7 as well - no vignetting.

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    And another one:

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    And another - again at f1.4

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    and another

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    Keith,

    thats great.... well seen and done
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    thats great.... well seen and done
    +1, Keith!

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    And another - again at f1.4

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    Nice one! Not so swirly

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    From one of my evening walks.

    Cheers, Michiel


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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    From one of my evening walks.
    Cheers, Michiel
    Superb, Michiel, and glad to see that you and the camera returned home without "splash"

    have a nice weekend,
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    Hi Rafael, thanks a lot. It was a 135mm lens, so enough distance, not to drown.

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    Hi Rafael, thanks a lot. It was a 135mm lens, so enough distance, not to drown.

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    Lovely triptych, Michael. This should be a candidate for one of your large print projects

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    "Cone Head with Web"

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    "Cone Head with Web"

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    Hi Keith,
    This is a highly sophiscated bokehgraph -- certainly one of your very best images in this thread! All the best, Leica 77.

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    Thanks Leica:

    Spring is rapidly advancing here in Canada, so it's time to move from the post processing projects to taking pictures. The BAD project starts on Thursday.

    Meanwhile here is one from the past.

    "Rainy Day in Montevideo"

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post

    Spring is rapidly advancing here in Canada, so it's time to move from the post processing projects to taking pictures. The BAD project starts on Thursday.

    Meanwhile here is one from the past.

    "Rainy Day in Montevideo"
    "Cone Head with Web" and "Rainy Day in Montevideo" have got to be two of the best pieces of work you've shown so far, thanks for sharing here Keith.

    Can't wait for you to go out and catch some "fresh fish" for us forum cats!

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    Quote Originally Posted by m3photo View Post
    "Cone Head with Web" and "Rainy Day in Montevideo" have got to be two of the best pieces of work you've shown so far, thanks for sharing here Keith.

    Can't wait for you to go out and catch some "fresh fish" for us forum cats!
    +1. I agree with Michael!

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    One of our Dutch prides.... however I learned they actually come from Turkey. Does not mather anyway Tulips are just beautiful

    Last edited by JerryMK; 28th March 2010 at 13:46.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JerryMK View Post
    One of our Dutch prides.... however I learned they actually come from Turkey. Does not mather anyway Tulips are just beaytiful

    Hi Jerry,
    Simply gorgeous!

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    I recently explored Ottawa's Experimental Farm and discovered some beautiful light and shapes in old equipment. Here's one with an E-PL1 and Steinheil Munchen Auto-Quinon 55/1.9.

    "Ichthy"



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    Beautiful Keith. I like the direction you are going with this. Hope to see more.
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    Headlights of cars, taken from a hill a couple of kilometers away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Headlights of cars, taken from a hill a couple of kilometers away.

    GH1 with Reflex Nikkor 500mm f/8

    This a wonderful example of a pure bokehgragh!

    Thanks for sharing, Jorgan

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    Thanks for all the kind words - this thread is livening up a bit!

    Some beautiful images from new and older contributers

    Here is another one from a wet day in Montevideo (the streets were flooded)

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    More Tulips from Keukenhof, Holland...



    My river of most populars

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    E-P2/Oly OM50mm/12mm ext tube.

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    This was from a Nikkor 50mm f2, of a dangling LED light display in my office building. Hey now that I've previewed the post, it's funny that the grey of the column in the right of the image is similar to the grey used as the site's background.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mjohnston View Post

    This was from a Nikkor 50mm f2, of a dangling LED light display in my office building. Hey now that I've previewed the post, it's funny that the grey of the column in the right of the image is similar to the grey used as the site's background.
    Nice image - a black frame would cure the confusion with the site color.

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    Lovely color and composition

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    The BAD Project - Day 1

    I've started my cruise to Europe, and have a day in Ft Lauderdale before embarking on MS Eurodam. My goal is to do a Bokehgraph A Day. These will be pure bokehgraphs with no blends or textures - just sliders in Lightroom and Photoshop.

    First one is called "Hockey at the Airport"

    Keith


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    G1/Oly OM 50mm/1.8

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    The BAD Project - Day 2

    "Condo, Ft Lauderdale"

    E-P2 with Zenitar 16mm/2.8 and Italian tilt adapter

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    The BAD Project - Day 3

    "Harbor Beach, Ft Lauderdale"

    E-P2 with 14-42 kit zoom

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    G1/Oly OM 50mm f1.8

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    John, that is beautiful. The bokeh in the green background fits well with the rose. I have that lens, must give it a try.

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    Thanks Keith.

    The Oly OM 50mm 1.8 is my favorite legacy lens. Managed to buy it from a guy who bought it brand new in 1979, looked after it like a baby, very happy with it.

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