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    Bent Grass:

    Just beautiful. Love the greens. It sets a mood...

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    I call this one "Lifeline..."
    Sometimes it is wise to hang on something!


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    Thank you Dan and Keith. This was shot on a little ferry

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    Flower Balls

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    Dan, you've made me go out and buy that lens

    Here is another IGBW3528 image (similar to the last one, but processed differently)

    It is called "Follow the red, blue, green and yellow brick road"

    Keith


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    GF1+fujinon 25、1.4


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    Hi,

    I'm slowly approaching the end of my journey through the lensstock.
    I have two more Hexanons but I am awaiting arrival of the convertor from RJ.

    In the meantime, here's #2 on the SINAR !

    Rafael's FLAD #24, G1 on SINAR with Rodenstock Sironar-N 210/5.6



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    Quote Originally Posted by LJ2004 View Post
    GF1+fujinon 25、1.4

    LJ2004, that is a beautiful shot . . . . . Love the Bokeh!

    Welcome and keep 'em coming . . . . .


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    Quote Originally Posted by f6cvalkyrie View Post
    Hi,

    I'm slowly approaching the end of my journey through the lensstock.
    I have two more Hexanons but I am awaiting arrival of the convertor from RJ.

    In the meantime, here's #2 on the SINAR !

    Rafael's FLAD #24, G1 on SINAR with Rodenstock Sironar-N 210/5.6


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    Rafael, another beautiful photo! . . . . . love the creamy bokeh . . . . .

    So 26 is the magical number of lenses in the kit! . . . . . for the moment anyways . . . . . impressive!

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    Dan, you've made me go out and buy that lens

    Here is another IGBW3528 image (similar to the last one, but processed differently)

    It is called "Follow the red, blue, green and yellow brick road"

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    Keith another wonderful bokehgraph! The post processing capabilities that you, Michiel, Leica77, Larry, Rafael and many others demonstrate is impressive. I enjoy the fact that I have miles to go to improve in that area, but I am enjoying the journey.

    When you get your new (used) Ernst Leitz GmbH Wetzlar - Elmar 9cm f/4, you will not be disappointed, it does produce some very nice photographs. . . . . . I have been looking on-line myself to pick up one of the IGBW 35 or 50 lens, so the musthavethislensalso disease is contagious and you are not the only one who suffers . . . . . some say there is no cure.



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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    Dan, you've made me go out and buy that lens

    Here is another IGBW3528 image (similar to the last one, but processed differently)

    It is called "Follow the red, blue, green and yellow brick road"

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    Love it, Keith
    I almost forgot the more abstract period of this thread, I will have to look into that area again.
    In the meantime I'll see your lensstock growing

    Michiel

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    Keith another wonderful bokehgraph! The post processing capabilities that you, Michiel, Leica77, Larry, Rafael and many others demonstrate is impressive. I enjoy the fact that I have miles to go to improve in that area, but I am enjoying the journey.

    When you get your new (used) Ernst Leitz GmbH Wetzlar - Elmar 9cm f/4, you will not be disappointed, it does produce some very nice photographs. . . . . . I have been looking on-line myself to pick up one of the IGBW 35 or 50 lens, so the musthavethislensalso disease is contagious and you are not the only one who suffers . . . . . some say there is no cure.



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    The "Manus Objectivus Digitalus" disease is very contagious and can spread all over your house. The only one who can cure you is your wife

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    BTW nics shot! DoIhavetogetthislenstoo??

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    LJ2004, that is a beautiful shot . . . . . Love the Bokeh!

    Welcome and keep 'em coming . . . . .


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    +1 Michiel

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    The "Manus Objectivus Digitalus" disease is very contagious and can spread all over your house. The only one who can cure you is your wife

    Michiel

    BTW nics shot! DoIhavetogetthislenstoo??
    . . . . . you mean there actually is a lens not in your inventory?


    Amazing!

    Just tell your wife you are going down to the store to pick up some bread, then pick up some flowers on the way home, perhaps some chocolates as well . . . . . she will most likely overlook that 90mm lens in that other bag you walked in with!

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    My wife must love me

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    Fox Glove / Digitalis


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    Michiel, a very nice shot!

    You have the ability to take an ordinary scene, in this case of a plane on a landing approach, and turn it into a bokeh opportunity!


    I will step out of the garden for a moment . . . . .


    City Trees


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    Many excellent images again, from Michiel, Dan, John, Mike, Jerry .....
    I hope I didn't forget anybody

    Here's the first shot with the G1 on the SINAR.
    Although it is possible to reach infinity with this combo, even with the wide-angle bellows,
    tilts and shifs are only possible when shooting close-ups and macro.

    Not a big handicap in this case, but still ....

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    Rafael,
    Looking back I saw this one I liked very much with your big setup TS.
    How did you mount the G1 on it. Is there a Sinar adapter? Just curious.

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    Actually just got this very promising lens, but had no time to go outside, besides that water was flushing down today.

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    Michiel, enjoyed your photo today, nice bokeh! . . . . . more power to the people!

    During the walk to work this morning, rain as usual . . . . .


    Coke and the Two Fire Trucks


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    Rafael,
    Looking back I saw this one I liked very much with your big setup TS.
    How did you mount the G1 on it. Is there a Sinar adapter? Just curious.

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    Hi Michiel,

    curiosity kills the cat

    Indeed, there is an adaptor from 4x5 to Nikon F-mount, and from there, I use my Nikon F to µ4/3 !
    All for sale on the evilbay.

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    Very nice those last 2 photo' s with the tree, especially the last one, Dan.
    Interesting to see you moving to the abstract area!

    This lens is not very known, I red it was made as a serveillance lens or/and to use in some kind of robot. It is sharp and I like the bokeh.

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    Thank you seakayaker.
    here is for you, 5d+carl zeiss plannar 5014

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    Thank you Michael too.
    GF1+fujinon 2514 again.

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    5d plannar 5014

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    Absolutely beautiful bokehgraphs

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    Absolutely beautiful bokehgraphs

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    +1.

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    Received my Elmar 90mm today (inspired by Dan)

    "Green Leaves"

    G1, Elmar 90mm, F4,1/160s,ISO400

    I think I'm going to love this lens

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    Michiel, LJ2004, and Keith, some beautiful bokeh!

    Love the Bokehgraphs!


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    Another one from the "Dan Lens"

    "Green Flower"

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    Keith, I see you are out enjoying the Ernst Leitz GmbH Wetzlar - Elmar 9cm f/4 lens. Now that I have one, I see them all the time on ebay, they are quite a popular item.

    I thought I would post a picture from the 9cm's bigger brother . . . . .


    Pink Peony With Feathered Poppies


    GF1 with Ernst Leitz Wetzlar - Hector 13.5cm f/4.5 -- ISO 100 -- f/4.5 -- 1/250 -- 13.5cm

    The 135mm is also a nice lens that can be found for a very reasonable price. I looked up the serial numbers and the 9cm was manufactured in 1954 and the 13.5cm was manufactured in 1960. I am surprised at what these lenses can do and have great appreciation for the people who designed and built these lenses that produce quality photos 50+ years later!


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    I took this photo the other night right after the first tree photo, 'City Trees' posted above, as I was on my way home from work . . . . .

    PARKING --- EMERGENCY


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    Perhaps it is better suited for the 'Fun with 4/3rds cameras/ Image Thread,' but the intent when I took the photo was to create a bokeh shot . . . . .

    They all can't be . . . . .

    . . . . . after all this is the internet!

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Hi,

    the adaptor from RJ arrived !
    It's a perfect fit !

    Rafael's FLAD #25, G1 with Konica Hexanon AR 135/3.5



    One more lens to go, then my FLAD project will be complete

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    Hi,

    the adaptor from RJ arrived !
    It's a perfect fit !

    Rafael's FLAD #25, G1 with Konica Hexanon AR 135/3.5


    One more lens to go, then my FLAD project will be complete

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    Nice one Raf. This 90 - 135mm range seems to work well for Bokehgraphs.

    Are you saving the best one til last?

    I am planning my RULAD project, but I need to do a bit of preparation first

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    Very smooth background Rafael

    Dan and Keith, this is becoming a Leitz Elmar Thread Sure looks like a bautifull lens, very nice photographs.

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    Very smooth background Rafael

    Dan and Keith, this is becoming a Leitz Elmar Thread Sure looks like a bautifull lens, very nice photographs.

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    Michiel, another very nice one

    Aren't Roses beautiful, what a lovely color - I like the bokeh in the bottom right quadrant.
    Are you going to tell us how many lenses you have left?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
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    Dan and Keith, this is becoming a Leitz Elmar Thread Sure looks like a bautifull lens, very nice photographs.
    ...................
    It's easier to spell than a Isco-Gottingen-Berolina-Westromat thread

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    Thanks Keith, it is a little of a coļncidence that I have to take a break for a while simultaneously wih Raphael, but I am to busy right now. Exams etc..

    I will go on later and call it LAD Part II.
    I am only at about a quarter of my stock now. Time to move
    Just for fun and out of interest I recently bought some unknown not to expensive lenses, like the Robotar, Accura Diamatic,Topcor, Seimar and an old Komura in Leica mount. Most of them surprised me a lot in terms of quality.
    All this made my collection getting out of hand a little , but it is a lot of fun.

    I will post now and then in between, if I can.

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    Thanks Keith, it is a little of a coļncidence that I have to take a break for a while simultaneously wih Raphael, but I am to busy right now. Exams etc..

    I will go on later and call it LAD Part II.
    I am only at about a quarter of my stock now. Time to move
    Just for fun and out of interest I recently bought some unknown not to expensive lenses, like the Robotar, Accura Diamatic,Topcor, Seimar and an old Komura in Leica mount. Most of them surprised me a lot in terms of quality.
    All this made my collection getting out of hand a little , but it is a lot of fun.

    I will post now and then in between, if I can.

    Michiel
    Michiel - good luck in the exams Looking forward to Part Two of the Series.

    Meanwhile as a thankyou for showing us some really interesting stuff, here is one from the *********************** 2.8/35, right off the press.

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    Inspired by this thread

    I went to the Library and shot some with E-PL1 and OM 50 1.8

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    1 camera, 3 adaptors and 26 lenses to shoot a FLAD
    Today, I present to you the last shot in this series

    Rafael's FLAD #26, G1 with Konica Hexanon AR 50/1.7



    I hope you have enjoyed following this shoot, I certainly did enjoy the shooting !

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    Michiel, another very nice one

    Aren't Roses beautiful, what a lovely color - I like the bokeh in the bottom right quadrant.
    Are you going to tell us how many lenses you have left?

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    + 1 !!!!!!

    Beautiful shot, the rose is a wonderful color and great bokeh!

    Michiel, good luck with the exams! . . . . . sending along a good thought, and hopefully some good karma . . . . .

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    Rafael, love the two flower photos, simply beautiful! Love the bokeh in both shots, more pronounced in the first, but I am drawn to the second, perhaps because it is a rose, or the blue sky, or the fine detail of the small thorns on the stem . . . . . or perhaps I'll change my mind when I look at them again tomorrow. Very nice!


    Keith, love the way you framed the bokeh! Wonderful shot with the *********************** 2.8/35 lens!


    Antara, wonderful contribution to the thread! Absolutely beautiful photograph, I love the blues, whites, violet, green, brown and red. . . . . . along with a lovely bokeh! Welcome and keep them coming!

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    PINK ROSES

    GF1 with Voigtlander Nokton Aspherical 50mm f/1.5 -- ISO 100 -- f/2.8 -- 1/250 -- 50mm


    . . . . . a photo taken during the walk home from work this evening.

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    From the E-PL1 and Om 50 1.8 with a little framing.

    Dan, thanks so much for you encouraging words.

    http://antara.smugmug.com/Photograph...5_S2bbr-X2.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by antara View Post
    Very nice contributions antara! That OM was one of my first MF lenses and is very good and a very underrated lens, because it's quiet common, I think. People always talk about the 50/1.4. I don't like it as much, my copy at least.
    BTW is the last one with the same lens?

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    Quote Originally Posted by seakayaker View Post
    + 1 !!!!!!

    Beautiful shot, the rose is a wonderful color and great bokeh!

    Michiel, good luck with the exams! . . . . . sending along a good thought, and hopefully some good karma . . . . .

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    Very nice and plain. I love those little miniature rockplants!
    Interesting for a macro too.

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