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    G1,- Cron 90

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    Very nice image, colours and spheres.

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Some beautiful images lately, from our regulars and some new faces. Ron, I like you Sears lens, nice complicated background bokeh

    I have some catching up to do:

    The BAD Project - Day 13

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    Bad Project - Day 14

    "Square in Cadiz"

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    The BAD Project - Day 15
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    Here are some bulbs from Holland. Very cliché!

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    - Bulbs and donuts -

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    Bad Project - Day 14

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    . . . . . Day 14 . . . . . .

    Outstanding! Love the shot, it is beautiful!

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    . . . . . Day 14 . . . . . .

    Outstanding! Love the shot, it is beautiful!
    Thanks, Seakayaker!

    Michiel - I love this one, especially the colored layers

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    The BAD Project - Day 16

    "Tangled Garden - Almeria"

    E-P2, Pentax 50/1.4, tilt adapter

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    Stones

    Nice ones Keith.

    This image was taken with a 70mm Pentax-110 lens on a G1 - at f/2.8 of course.


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    Nice ones Keith.

    This image was taken with a 70mm Pentax-110 lens on a G1 - at f/2.8 of course.

    superb!!
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    Clams



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    Flowers by Swedish Medical Center




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    Morning dew


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    This is a fantastic thread with some great examples.

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    Lovely shots, everyone. Here is one from Ebiza;

    BAD Project - Day 17

    "Guarding my Master"

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    This one is shot with the 45-200mm kitlens on the G1.
    To be honest, I'm quite surprised by the swirlyness of the bokeh of this modern lens. Very similar to the bokeh of some vintage c-mounts



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    Re: Stones

    Quote Originally Posted by endre novak View Post
    superb!!
    Thank you kindly Endre.

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    @Woodmancy, what a sweet atmosphere that picture is breeding!

    I am in a romantic mood today :-)


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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    Lovely shots, everyone. Here is one from Ebiza;
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    Hi Keith,
    This image is lovely. It reminds me of the old RCA Victor's logo with "His Master's Voice".
    Hi Jerry and Rafael,
    Excellent bokehgraphs as always in this thread! All the best.

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Bokehthread is literally florishing again!
    And I do like the light on the pebbles, clams and the interesting dog picture as well.

    Michiel

    - White blossom -

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    spring is in the air, bokeh-time



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    Quote Originally Posted by biglouis View Post
    This is a fantastic thread with some great examples.
    +1 - totally stunning examples from everyone.

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    Morning dew

    Awesome - truly awesome

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    Lovely shots, everyone. Here is one from Ebiza;

    BAD Project - Day 17

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    Another fantastic shot!

    I love the how my eye is drawn to the dog while his master is a dark blur that my have gone unnoticed as he dissolved up into the picture.

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    Quote Originally Posted by abry View Post
    I really enjoyed your two shots of the same flowers with the focus and bokeh shift!

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    spring is in the air, bokeh-time



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    Like this one a lot, Rafael, also because I am into blossom shots myself lately.
    Must be the season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seakayaker View Post
    I really enjoyed your two shots of the same flowers with the focus and bokeh shift!
    Thank you seakayaker. I am trying these things out to see what the oof background looks like on micro 4/3 (g1) with Nikon lenses. I liked the background on these som posted them. I should have said they were taken with a Nikon 135mm f/2 dc at either f2 or f2.8 (I'm not sure now).

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    I liked among others the blossom picture taken with the Nikon 24/2. For a different look here are a couple taken with a Nikon 200mm f/4 ai-s at f/4.




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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Here are some more flowers with an Isco-Göttingen Berlino-Westromat 35/2 (a mouthfull).
    This lens has a very peculiar way of drawing backgrounds. I like it a lot, it reminds me of watercolors.
    I will post some more in the - G1 with (older) German lenses - thread.

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    Terrific photos with the lens that's a mouthful, especially the first one. Makes the Nikon look rather clinical and boring

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

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    spring is in the air, bokeh-time



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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Here are some more flowers with an Isco-Göttingen Berlino-Westromat 35/2 (a mouthfull).
    This lens has a very peculiar way of drawing backgrounds. I like it a lot, it reminds me of watercolors.
    I will post some more in the - G1 with (older) German lenses - thread.

    Michiel

    Wonderful bokehgraphs Rafael and Michiel! Your images celebrate the arrival of spring beautifully! These two images are certainly among the most exciting contributions in this thread. All the best, Leica 77

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    Quote Originally Posted by abry View Post
    Terrific photos with the lens that's a mouthful, especially the first one. Makes the Nikon look rather clinical and boring
    Thanks Abry.
    The first series, with the 135/2 you posted are really nice in the background and look much more interesting then the 200 mm ones.
    I have 2 Nikon ai lenses (50/2 and 105/2.5) and they both have very nice bokeh.
    There are some examples way back in this thread
    I found one with the Nikon 50/2



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    Quote Originally Posted by Leica 77 View Post
    Wonderful bokehgraphs Rafael and Michiel! Your images celebrate the arrival of spring beautifully! These two images are certainly among the most exciting contributions in this thread. All the best, Leica 77
    Thank you Leica77, You are ever so kind.

    All the best, Michiel

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    Ahhh... Very refreshing to see the great images of new spring growth .

    A couple from the E-PL1 and Zeiss Makro 2.8/60:





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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by Leica 77 View Post
    Wonderful bokehgraphs Rafael and Michiel! Your images celebrate the arrival of spring beautifully! These two images are certainly among the most exciting contributions in this thread. All the best, Leica 77
    Thanks, Leica 77 for your encourageing comments !

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

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    Like this one a lot, Rafael, also because I am into blossom shots myself lately.
    Must be the season.

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    Tulips and blossoms, Michiel, it must be spring (not to forget my pollen-allergie, an unmistakeble sign that spring is REALLY there)

    Thanks for your comment !
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    What incredible stuff over the past week - Spring is definitely in the air.
    Michiel - you have quite a series going here!

    Thanks for the kind words, Seakayaker.

    I'm behind, mainly because of the Volcano. The entire trip had to be reconstructed in Rome - the UK is cancelled and the Greek Islands are substitued (stayed on the boat, it's immune to the volcano!)

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    Flight attendant with a Nikkor 50mm f1.2

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    Re: Flight attendant

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    Flight attendant with a Nikkor 50mm f1.2
    Flight attendant? I thought they'd banned them ...

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

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    Lovely shots, everyone. Here is one from Ebiza;

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    Looks artificial rather than true lens blur... is this really lens bokeh or is the blur added in post-processing?
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    Looks artificial rather than true lens blur... is this really lens bokeh or is the blur added in post-processing?

    Hi Lars

    This is true lens blur with my trusted Pentax 50mm/1.4 at full aperture, but I am using the Italian Tilt Adapter with it to put a "slice" of focus through it.

    I do some software bokehgraphs, but always reference that this is what I am doing when I post the picture.

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    Quote Originally Posted by f6cvalkyrie View Post
    Spring is in the air, bokeh-time.

    G1 with Nikkor 24/2.0 @ f2.0
    Yes indeed, ideal lens for this sort of thing. I really like your image. Here are two Glycinia shots using the same lens also wide open:




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    Quote Originally Posted by m3photo View Post
    Yes indeed, ideal lens for this sort of thing. I really like your image. Here are two Glycinia shots using the same lens also wide open:

    Nice spatial perspective in this one

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    Lovely shots, everyone. Here is one from Ebiza;

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    Hi Keith,

    That is the smoothest background blur I ever seen from a Pentax 50/1.4 (regardless of incarnation). Maybe even too smooth? Lol. I didn't know the lens character could be that different by some tilting.

    Thank you for all the images!

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Another blossom in the park, shot with G1 and Nikkor 24/2.0 @ 2.0



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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonas View Post
    Hi Keith,

    That is the smoothest background blur I ever seen from a Pentax 50/1.4 (regardless of incarnation). Maybe even too smooth? Lol. I didn't know the lens character could be that different by some tilting.

    Thank you for all the images!

    /Jonas
    Jonas

    When Lars asked if the blur was software created, I thought he meant a program that puts bokeh into a sharp image (eg Focalpoint2 or Bokeh). This image uses the real bokeh from the lens plus the tilt.
    But - it is processed through in Topaz and this could have modified the bokeh when I was searching for the right colors etd. I'll dig out the original image and post tomorrow.

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