G1,- Cron 90
G1,- Cron 90
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
"Coast of Portugal"
Bad Project - Day 14
"Square in Cadiz"
E-P2 with Pentax 50/1.4 and tilt adapter
The BAD Project - Day 15
"Square in Almeria"
Here are some bulbs from Holland. Very cliché!
- Bulbs and donuts -
G1 + Tokina 500/8 Mirror
The BAD Project - Day 16
"Tangled Garden - Almeria"
E-P2, Pentax 50/1.4, tilt adapter
Nice ones Keith.
This image was taken with a 70mm Pentax-110 lens on a G1 - at f/2.8 of course.
DMC-GF1 - LUMIX G 20/F1.7 - ISO 100 - f/1.7 - 1/30 - 20mm
Life is Grand!
Flowers by Swedish Medical Center
DMC-GF1 - LUMIX G 20/F1.7 - ISO 100 - 20mm - f/1.7 - 1/640
Life is Grand!
Lovely shots, everyone. Here is one from Ebiza;
BAD Project - Day 17
"Guarding my Master"
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
@Woodmancy, what a sweet atmosphere that picture is breeding!
I am in a romantic mood today :-)
Bokehthread is literally florishing again!
And I do like the light on the pebbles, clams and the interesting dog picture as well.
- White blossom -
G1 with Tokina 90/2.8
spring is in the air, bokeh-time
G1 with Nikkor 24/2.0 @ f2.0
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.
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.
Terrific photos with the lens that's a mouthful, especially the first one. Makes the Nikon look rather clinical and boring
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
Ahhh... Very refreshing to see the great images of new spring growth .
A couple from the E-PL1 and Zeiss Makro 2.8/60:
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!)
The BAD project - Day 18
"Flower Field, Almeria"
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Flight attendant with a Nikkor 50mm f1.2
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.
Another blossom in the park, shot with G1 and Nikkor 24/2.0 @ 2.0
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.
BAD Project - Day 19
"Tugboat in Cadiz harbor"
E-P2 with Zenitar 16mm/2.8 and tilt adapter