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    Quote Originally Posted by f6cvalkyrie View Post
    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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    Rafael, it was certainly a joy walking along with you in the flad/lad
    I see the sun shine in the last one
    Now you can shoot something else, besides flowers, again.

    Cheers, Michiel

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    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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    Beautifull, and thanks, I am glad you're getting nice results with the lens. I don't want to be responsible for you spending to much money on exotic lenses.

    BTW, as long I find the time I will go on posting LAD's till I have to pass.
    I made one for today, see next post.

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

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    Rafael, it was certainly a joy walking along with you in the flad/lad
    Thanks for your kind words, Michiel. And thanks to all those who commented on my posts. It certainly was an extra motivation !


    I see the sun shine in the last one
    Indeed, yesterday was a very nice day, but today is dull and grey

    Now you can shoot something else, besides flowers, again.
    Yeah, but I'll have to get used to that idea over the next days
    See this post


    Still surfing on the wave of the FLAD, and still with the Hexanon 50/1.7 on the G1



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    LAD Project Day #29
    G1 + Zeiss Biometar (Pentacon 6) 80/2.8

    Had to jump to number 29 because I did 27 twice

    Just got a nice long hood for the lens and it is such a great lens with very good colours and the most creamy bokeh I encountered till now.
    The glass is so big and it feels a lot faster then 2.8.
    On the camera LCD you think of almost every shot wow. At least, I do
    It was late and clouded, but somehow it still looks like the sun is shining. Both shots are at 400 ISO and the second even at 1/15 out of hand.

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    - Evening flower -

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    Lights

    Went to a trade fair yesterday and took this one of an array of chandeliers on an interior decorating stand.

    D700 35mm Nikkor at f/2 ISO 200



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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    LAD Project Day #29
    G1 + Zeiss Biometar (Pentacon 6) 80/2.8

    Had to jump to number 29 because I did 27 twice

    Just got a nice long hood for the lens and it is such a great lens with very good colours and the most creamy bokeh I encountered till now.
    The glass is so big and it feels a lot faster then 2.8.
    On the camera LCD you think of almost every shot wow. At least, I do
    It was late and clouded, but somehow it still looks like the sun is shining. Both shots are at 400 ISO and the second even at 1/15 out of hand.

    Michiel

    - Handlebars with flowers -

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    Michiel, beautiful shots, love the colors from this lens! . . . . . and the Bokeh!

    . . . . . what adaptor are you using?

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    Michiel, beautiful shots, love the colors from this lens! . . . . . and the Bokeh!

    . . . . . what adaptor are you using?

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    The colors in this one work really well with the bokeh - love it

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    Right up my street, Raf. Poppies and wheat fields go together. I was born in Suffolk, England and was surrounded by this kind of countryside.

    Keith


    Quote Originally Posted by f6cvalkyrie View Post
    Thanks for your kind words, Michiel. And thanks to all those who commented on my posts. It certainly was an extra motivation !


    Indeed, yesterday was a very nice day, but today is dull and grey

    Yeah, but I'll have to get used to that idea over the next days
    See this post


    Still surfing on the wave of the FLAD, and still with the Hexanon 50/1.7 on the G1



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    Thank u everybody.
    5d+om 55/1.2 from the zeiss ikoflex Ia

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    same lens.

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    Nice bokehgraph, veloman - which lens is this?

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by LJ2004 View Post
    We don't get many black and whites - it makes a pleasant change

    Composition is great

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    We don't get many black and whites - it makes a pleasant change
    Composition is great
    Keith
    +1.

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    "Midnight Grass"
    Several images blended together, but it is mostly about the bokeh, so I put it in this thread.

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    DASIES


    GF1 with Ernst Leitz Wetzlar Summitar 5 cm f/2 -- ISO 100 -- f/4 -- 1/800 -- 5 cm

    For the first day in a long time we had Sun & Blue sky all day long!

    . . . . . a walk to the local used camera store and picked up a 1951 (according to the serial number listing) Ernst Leitz Wetzlar Summitar 5cm f/2. Very clean glass, takes nice photos and I like the bokeh!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leica 77 View Post
    +1.
    Wonderful shot, very nice bokeh!

    +++ 3

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    E-PL1 and Om 50 1.8
    Something a bit different. What's your take?
    Focusing against bright sun, even with the EVF, can be challenging,
    especially with these eyes that are aging and feet that don't balance like they used to.(-:


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    Quote Originally Posted by mregnier View Post
    "Midnight Grass"
    Several images blended together, but it is mostly about the bokeh, so I put it in this thread.

    Mike

    Mike enjoy the blend and the bokeh! Very Nice!

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by seakayaker View Post
    DASIES

    GF1 with Ernst Leitz Wetzlar Summitar 5 cm f/2 -- ISO 100 -- f/4 -- 1/800 -- 5 cm
    For the first day in a long time we had Sun & Blue sky all day long!
    . . . . . a walk to the local used camera store and picked up a 1951 (according to the serial number listing) Ernst Leitz Wetzlar Summitar 5cm f/2. Very clean glass, takes nice photos and I like the bokeh!
    Life is Grand!
    Dan
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    Hi Dan,
    Wow! I love the bokeh produced by your Leitz Wetzlar Summitar 5 cm glass. Your fine vintage Leitz glass collection seems to be growing! Best, Leica 77.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leica 77 View Post
    Hi Dan,
    Wow! I love the bokeh produced by your Leitz Wetzlar Summitar 5 cm glass. Your fine vintage Leitz glass collection seems to be growing! Best, Leica 77.
    =1 This will be a joy lens

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    Re "Daisies"

    Dan, that bokeh looks like it was painted by an impressionist - what a wonderful image.

    Oh dear, here I go again

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    LAD Project Day #30
    G1 + Pentacon (zebra) 50/1.8

    Round figure and the last one for the time being.

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    - Two roses -

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    Nice bokehgraph, veloman - which lens is this?
    Thanks for your comment W. I think I took it with my Zuiko 135mm prime lens attached to my Olympus E500 via adapter.

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    Noisy bokeh anyone?


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    Catching up on this thread. Some great shots as usual. One of the recent ones I like is Dan's 50cm Leitz Daisies shot - good looking lens and good photo.
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    I love this one, so unusual because of tonality and composition - well done

    Keith

    Quote Originally Posted by antara View Post
    E-PL1 and Om 50 1.8
    Something a bit different. What's your take?
    Focusing against bright sun, even with the EVF, can be challenging,
    especially with these eyes that are aging and feet that don't balance like they used to.(-:


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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by mregnier View Post
    "Midnight Grass"
    Several images blended together, but it is mostly about the bokeh, so I put it in this thread.

    Mike
    Lovely color, subject and compostion - is this a phone shot or the Chinese lens

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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"

    Keith

    This one is excellent. I vry much like the look created with this lens
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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    This one is shot with the kitlens 14-45 @ 34mm, at our annual garden show



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    White Rose with Viotet Tipped Petals


    GF1 with Ernst Leitz Wetzlar Summitar 5 cm f/2 -- ISO 100 -- f/2.8 -- 1/1300 -- 5 cm

    Walk through the Rose Garden at the Woodland Park Zoo and a beautiful day!


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    1782floor is really nice. I like it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seakayaker View Post
    White Rose with Viotet Tipped Petals

    GF1 with Ernst Leitz Wetzlar Summitar 5 cm f/2 -- ISO 100 -- f/2.8 -- 1/1300 -- 5 cm
    Walk through the Rose Garden at the Woodland Park Zoo and a beautiful day!
    Life is Grand!
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    Hi Dan,
    Wow! Another beautiful bokehbraph! I need to acquire one these Leitz Summitar 5 cm lenses. Best, Leica 77.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leica 77 View Post
    Hi Dan,
    Wow! Another beautiful bokehbraph! I need to acquire one these Leitz Summitar 5 cm lenses. Best, Leica 77.
    +1

    Agreed Leica, Dan is doing good stuff with this lens

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    OM5512

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    OM5512
    Beautiful bokehgraph! Simply gorgeous! Best, Leica 77.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leica 77 View Post
    Beautiful bokehgraph! Simply gorgeous! Best, Leica 77.

    LJ2004: ++1 Lovely photo, wonderful bokeh!


    The black and white that Antara posted earlier is also an interesting B&W shot with Bokeh! Very Nice indeed . . . . . I will have to give this a try . . . . .

    Michiel really enjoyed your two roses . . . . . the photo looked smooth as silk with a very soft bokeh, wonderful!


    Rafael, what a fun shot of the birds and the cat! Very nice photo . . . . .


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    White Rose with Violet Tipped Petals


    GF1 with Ernst Leitz Wetzlar Summitar 5 cm f/2 -- ISO 100 -- f/2 -- 1/1300 -- 5 cm


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    Lovely Rose image, Dan.

    Here's another one - taken with my newly acquired Isco-Gottingen-Westromat 1.9/50 (thanks to Michiel and Leica ) This lens will from henceforth be called the *****************1.9/50

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    PS - I used the Italian tilt adapter in this shot


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    Leith, lovely shot!

    . . . . . thanks to Michiel, Leica77, and you, i am pretty sure I'll be owning a *********************** 2.8/35 and a *****************1.9/50 one of these days!

    It would be great if some one who owns a lot of lenses would put together a listing of the adaptors they use for each lens. If you or anyone else know if such a publication, or a thread on a blog, exists it would be a great resource.

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    Rose and the Outbound Boat
    Entering the Small Lock - Ballard Locks - Seattle, WA


    GF1 with Leica D Summilux 25mm f/1.4 ASPH. -- ISO 100 -- f/2.8 -- 1/3200


    Attempt at creating a bokehgraph with one of the Four/Thirds lens . . . . .

    . . . . . the bokeh is not as good as I would have liked, and I did break the 'Rule of Thirds,' but I did like the shot!


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    Sushi Bar Still Life EPL1 with OM 50 1.8 again. Thanks, Keith and Dan for you comments. Your encouragement spurs me on to explore and learn.






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    Antara, Sushi Bar Still Life are beautiful bokehgraphs! All three are wonderful!

    Keeping each a simple composition, yet each is unique in color, with the bokeh very pleasing in all three.

    Great lens!

    . . . . . thank you for the lesson master . . . . .


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    Daises

    GF1 with Ernst Leitz Wetzler Summitar 5cm f/2 -- ISO 100 -- f/2 -- 1/2500

    . . . . . took a raw file and converted to B&W to see how it would look.

    The color copy looks like:




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    Daises

    GF1 with Ernst Leitz Wetzler Summitar 5cm f/2 -- ISO 100 -- f/2 -- 1/2500
    . . . . . took a raw file and converted to B&W to see how it would look.
    The color copy looks like:

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    Beautiful bokehgraphs, Dan! Best, Leica 77.

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    Quote Originally Posted by antara View Post
    Sushi Bar Still Life EPL1 with OM 50 1.8 again. Thanks, Keith and Dan for you comments. Your encouragement spurs me on to explore and learn.

    Fantastic images! This is my favorite. Best, Leica 77.

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    Here's another one - taken with my newly acquired Isco-Gottingen-Westromat 1.9/50 (thanks to Michiel and Leica ) This lens will from henceforth be called the *****************1.9/50
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    PS - I used the Italian tilt adapter in this shot
    Wow, Keith! I love the composition. It's a superb bokehgraph! Best, Leica 77.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leica 77 View Post
    Wow, Keith! I love the composition. It's a superb bokehgraph! Best, Leica 77.
    Thanks again for your support Leica.

    Of course, this is the lens that you showed us on this site. I've taken a few with it and I really like it.
    I think the tilt adapter gives me more flexibility to get good pictures when I use it. In this one the selective focus suits me well for what I was trying to get.

    Have you tried one yet?

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    G1/Pany 45mm macro

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