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    @woodmancy: beautiful! I also ordered an Italian tilt lens in Canon FD mount. That one has to be tailor made. It takes some time but I can't wait to get it and made some nice tilted shots myself.

    For now I am having some fun with my recently received Canon 200mm f4 macro lens


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    @woodmancy: beautiful! I also ordered an Italian tilt lens in Canon FD mount. That one has to be tailor made. It takes some time but I can't wait to get it and made some nice tilted shots myself.

    For now I am having some fun with my recently received Canon 200mm f4 macro lens
    Lovely colors, Jerry.

    I would buy the FD adapter and I think Diane was also interested

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    HI

    Playing with the Olympus Diorama Art Setting, similar to tilt shift.



    E-P2/20mm.

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    Nice effect John - I need to try that on this trip.

    The BAD Project - Day 4

    "Bar on the Sun Deck"

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    The BAD Project - Day 5

    "Twenty Knott Backwash"

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    The BAD Project - Day 6

    "Chair in Bar"

    G1 with Pentax 50mm 1.4 and tilt adapter

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

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    The BAD Project - Day 6

    "Chair in Bar"
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    Hi Keith,
    Lovely bokehgraphs! Your BAD Project seems to be moving along very nicely. I really like the most recent post for its simplicity. The 3D geometric pattern is quite effective. All the best, Leica 77.

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    G1 w/Zeiss 50mm Sonnar





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    Lovely images, Scott. I especially like the second one.

    Meanwhile:
    The BAD Project - Day 7

    "Silk flower in Lido restaurant"

    G1 with Pentax 50 1.4 and tilt adapter

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    G1, cron 90
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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Two from the G1 with a Bell & Howell Super Comat 25/1.9 used wide open





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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by endre novak View Post
    G1, cron 90
    Lovely shot, endre.I like the composition with just the bottom right tulip in focus

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    Lovely shot, endre.I like the composition with just the bottom right tulip in focus

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    Thanks, Keith.

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    I haven't been on this thread in a while. Last night I was stuck for my photo a day and it was late at night so I went abstract with my macro lens....you can work it out with the in focus info still in the shot


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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by TEBnewyork View Post
    I haven't been on this thread in a while. Last night I was stuck for my photo a day and it was late at night so I went abstract with my macro lens....you can work it out with the in focus info still in the shot

    I really like this kind of image, Terry. It's very geometrical and difficult to figure out what is the subject (a typewriter keyboard?).

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    Quote Originally Posted by f6cvalkyrie View Post
    Two from the G1 with a Bell & Howell Super Comat 25/1.9 used wide open

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    Well done, Raf. You are the master of swirly bokehs. I really love the way these non-conformist background interact with the flower subjects.

    Keith

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    Really nice additions lately with the BAD project in the middle of it all steaming up!

    Here are tree cool ladys made with the FD Soligor 135/2. I found them in a shop window promoting Samsung's new 3D television screens.
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    The BAD Project - Day Eight

    This one is called "Crystal Ascension"

    G1 with Pentax 50/1.4 and tilt

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    Michiel, I love the mono color steel ladies

    Day 9 - The BAD Project

    This time, a more conventional Bokehgraph

    "Sun Deck on MS Eurodam"

    G1 with Pentax 50/1.4 and tilt adapter

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    The BAD Project - Day 10

    "View from Cabin Window", or alternatively " Water, water, everywhere, and not a drop to drink"

    E-P2 with 14-42 kit zoom

    We are now 3/4 of the way to Lisbon

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

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    The BAD Project - Day 10

    "View from Cabin Window", or alternatively " Water, water, everywhere, and not a drop to drink"

    E-P2 with 14-42 kit zoom

    We are now 3/4 of the way to Lisbon

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    Pure simplycity! Wonderful ocean mood, Keith.

    In case of thirst my advice is: "cry all the way to the bar "

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    The BAD Project - Day 10

    "View from Cabin Window"
    This one's simplicity is beautiful.
    The BAD Project - Day 9 is right up my street; love it. Keep 'em coming Keith.

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    Thanks everyone

    Here is Day 11

    "Cabin Flower"

    G1 with Pentax 50/1.4

    Lisbon in the morning . . .

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    New lens, new blossom. Very classical.

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    - Spring is in the air -

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    New lens, new blossom. Very classical.

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    G1 + Canon FD 200/2.8

    very nice rendering.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    New lens, new blossom. Very classical.

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    Beautiful picture, Michael - bokeh, colors, and composition. There is something Victorian about it.

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    Thank you Endre and Keith.

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    The BAD Project - Day 12

    "Dawn Departure"

    G1, Pentax 1.4/50 plus tilt adapter

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    The BAD Project - Day 12

    "Dawn Departure"

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    . . . . . love the photo

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    + 1 Very effective use of the tilt adapter.

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    The BAD Project - Day 12
    "Dawn Departure"
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    Hi Keith,
    This one is very lovely! Perhaps the best bokehgraph in your successful BAD Series so far! All the best, Leica 77.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    New lens, new blossom. Very classical.

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    Hi Michiel,
    What a lovely image for the spring with your new lens! All the best, Leica 77.

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    Hi missme,
    Very nice bekehgraph! Best regards, Leica 77.

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    I guess this has some bokeh. G1 with Tamron 90 2.5 macro. The lens was pointing in line and just below the sun. Very difficult to to shade so that it did not flair. It took me about 15 tries to get this. It is a tulip. Shot a couple inches off the ground.

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    Thank you Leica77
    Another (classical) spring image with the same lens.

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    [QUOTE=Michiel Schierbeek;201942]Thank you Leica77
    Another (classical) spring image with the same lens.

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    a beauty.
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    G1, Cron 90

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    Another beauty!

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    Thank you Leica77
    Another (classical) spring image with the same lens.

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    Hi Michiel,
    Beautiful bokehgraph! Great composition! I really like your new lens.

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    FWIW- General pointer to all.

    With all the adapted lenses on m4/3rds, it is, in principle, possible to focus them beyond infinity.

    Going past infinity to get fuzzy images has its uniqueness (smoother).

    Those who have olympus pen F lenses can mount (hold the lens firmly! it will mount but is a tad lose) them directly on m4/3rds and get past infinity.

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    GF1 + Contax G 45mm.

    Inspired by Michiel, endre, Keith, Rafael, missme, leuallen and others, I post my contribution to the Bokeh thread with the theme of spring flowers.


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    [QUOTE=Leica 77;202031]GF1 + Contax G 45mm.

    Inspired by Michiel, endre, Keith, Rafael, missme, leuallen and others, I post my contribution to the Bokeh thread with the theme of spring flowers.

    great result.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Leica 77 View Post
    Another beauty!
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    Very nice Endre.

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    QUOTE=Vivek;201994]FWIW- General pointer to all.

    With all the adapted lenses on m4/3rds, it is, in principle, possible to focus them beyond infinity.

    Going past infinity to get fuzzy images has its uniqueness (smoother).

    Those who have olympus pen F lenses can mount (hold the lens firmly! it will mount but is a tad lose) them directly on m4/3rds and get past infinity.
    [/QUOTE]

    Thanks for the tip!
    I am not much of a technician, at least not in the micro department, but does it mean I have to grind down all my adapters to go past infinity?
    Have to try one. Any example of a result with a pen lens?

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    Very nice Endre.

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    Many thanks Michiel!
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    Siberian Pear




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    Hi Ron,
    Lovely bokehgraphs!

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    Thanks Leica, they were taken with a Sears 50mm/2.0 that I got on ebay for $11.50. Got a Minolta 50mm/1.4 on the way that cost me 4 times as much.
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