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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

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    G1/Pany 45mm macro

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    Lovely one John - I like the diagonal composition

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    G1/Pany 45mm macro

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    Beautiful Shot John! Love the DOF with the soft blur Bokeh, the 45mm lens continues to shine with the photos posted in the different threads.

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    Purple and White Flower


    GF1 with Ernst Leitz Wetzlar Summitar 5 cm f/2 -- ISO 100 -- f/2.8 -- 1/2500 -- 5 cm


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    nice photo ,Dan.
    Come again with fujinon 25/1.4, it is equal to 50mm on GF1.
    @1.4 full open.

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    again...

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    Dan, what a beautiful one that last one is.
    LJ2004, nice shots. The fujinon does a good job.

    My Canon TS 35 f2.8 in action


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    Totally agree with Jerry - Dan that's a stunner, and LJ, I love both but the second one is right up my street

    Jerry, the colors in this one are stellar

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    I have to second everything Keith's just said, the shots are super, thanks for sharing guys.

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    I have to second everything Keith's just said, the shots are super, thanks for sharing guys.
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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    So many excellent additions again, from Jerry, LJ2004, Dan (who seems to enjoy his growing Leica collection ), John, Keith ....

    Here's one from an evening walk yesterday, shot with G1 and Konica Hexanon AR 50/1.7, wide open.



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    Kinoptik 2/32mm on GH1, evening sun on a Gailardia flower hosting an evening guest.

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    Klaus, a beautiful bokehgraph, a lovely capture of the flower surrounded by a soft and creamy bokeh!


    I love that circular bokeh created with the Konica Hexanon AR 50/1.7! The sun light moving from the bottom right to top left of the photo works very nicely for me. Wonderful shot . . . . . .


    Jerry, love the colors, almost as if it was painted on glass. The blend of colors and bokeh is extremely pleasing to the eye!


    LJ2004, I really enjoy the bokeh in the second shot above, the little circles running through the entire background! Wonderful Shot!


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    Kinoptik 2/32mm on GH1, evening sun on a Gailardia flower hosting an evening guest.
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    Colors are stunning - that is a really nice lens

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    So many excellent additions again, from Jerry, LJ2004, Dan (who seems to enjoy his growing Leica collection ), John, Keith ....

    Here's one from an evening walk yesterday, shot with G1 and Konica Hexanon AR 50/1.7, wide open.



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    Love the green/yellow dominance in this one - beautiful shot

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    One from today's lunchbreak

    G1 with Micro-Nikkor 200/4 - shot handheld



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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by f6cvalkyrie View Post
    One from today's lunchbreak

    G1 with Micro-Nikkor 200/4 - shot handheld



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    Very nice catch, Rafael!
    And an ode to the nettle (brandnetel), never done before

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    And an ode to the nettle (brandnetel), never done before
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    Thanks, Michiel !

    My wife makes an excellent soup from nettles !
    Here's the recipe :

    http://www.liebaart.org/koken_n.htm

    Try it, I'm sure you will like it !

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    Well, it needs a special mind setup to see things from that perspective (only) ... biggrin


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    From a Restaurant from the town Berques where the movie Bienvenue chez les Shi-ti was made. Very famous in France and a very funny movie.
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    - Awaiting Dracula -

    G1 + Revuenon 55/1.2

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Lovely image, Klaus:

    Reminds me of the astronaut's space helmets.

    This is from a viewer looking in - what lens would show us what he sees looking out, a fisheye, a frogseye or a toadseye?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kds315 View Post
    Well, it needs a special mind setup to see things from that perspective (only) ... biggrin


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    DAISEY


    GF1 with Lumix G 20mm f/1.7 -- ISO 125 -- f/1.7 -- 1/30 -- 20mm


    Showing a little love for the Lumix G 20mm f/1.7!

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    LAD Project Day #31 Part II
    G1 + Meyer Domiplan 50/2.8

    Trying to catch up, I have to smuggle in some from a few days ago without Internet.

    - Blue iris from the garden -

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    I tend to use these railings to test the sharpness and the rendering of the oof areas of the my lenses. In this case a CV 50/1.5 mounted on a GF-1. To be fair I believe this is actually at f2.


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    Absolutely beautiful bokehgraph Michiel! Love the swirl and circles and softness of the shot!


    Louis, another great capture with the CV 50 f/1.5 Nokton! Sharp gate with a nice bokeh . . . .


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    Dragon Bell Bokeh


    GF1 with Leica Summicron-M 35mm F/2 -- ISO 100 -- f/2 -- 1/200 -- 35mm

    The Kobe Bell is a Gift from Kobe Japan to it's sister city, Seattle, WA

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Dragon Bell Bokeh
    Lovely shot, Dan !

    LAD Project Day #31 Part II
    Glad to see you're back on rails, Michiel, and a very nice pic !

    evening sun on a Gailardia flower
    Excellent, Klaus ! I checked some Kinoptik glass on the Evilbay, brrrr, pricey !

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

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    Glad to see you're back on rails, Michiel, and a very nice pic !
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    Thanks Rafael.
    We will make nettle soup from your recept, always lots of nettles in the garden in France so better eat them. We always wanted to stop at deux caps, but are always to much in a hurry.
    My wife is enthousiastic about it .

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    Thanks Dan

    LAD Project Day #32 Part II
    G1 + Leica APO Telyt 180/3.4

    Never did really bokehshots with this lens. Bought it for other purposes where you need lots of DOF and overall sharpness.

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    Poppy Love...


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    Good to see Michiel back for Part 2. I love the complex bokeh of your Meyer Domiplan. Also Awaiting Dracula is very moody and sublime (Revuenon?).

    Jerry - exquisite light on Poppy Love (I like the one in the other thread too)

    Abry - really, really good, which lens was this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    Good to see Michiel back for Part 2. I love the complex bokeh of your Meyer Domiplan. Also Awaiting Dracula is very moody and sublime (Revuenon?).

    Jerry - exquisite light on Poppy Love (I like the one in the other thread too)

    Abry - really, really good, which lens was this?

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    Thank you Keith. It was my Auto topcor 58/1.4.
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    Every Year the Fremont Neighborhood of Seattle has a weekend fair and parade to celebrate the summer solstice.

    . . . . . it also a tradition that naked bicyclists somehow buzz the parade. This year there was a couple of hundred of them, most of them in body paint.

    Anyway, my small attempt to capture the bokeh within the event. . . . .


    BODY PAINT BOKEH


    GF1 with Lumix G 20mm f/1.7 -- ISO 100 -- f/2 -- 1/1300 -- 20mm


    . . . . . oh, and it was raining once again today. It may never end.

    I was surprised how well the body paint held up in such conditions.


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    Every Year the Fremont Neighborhood of Seattle has a weekend fair and parade to celebrate the summer solstice.

    . . . . . it also a tradition that naked bicyclists somehow buzz the parade. This year there was a couple of hundred of them, most of them in body paint.

    Anyway, my small attempt to capture the bokeh within the event. . . . .
    BODY PAINT BOKEH

    GF1 with Lumix G 20mm f/1.7 -- ISO 100 -- f/2 -- 1/1300 -- 20mm


    . . . . . oh, and it was raining once again today. It may never end.

    I was surprised how well the body paint held up in such conditions.


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    That's a very interesting bokehgraph Dan. I always say that the more time the viewer looks at it, the more successful it is.

    This one passes the test


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    Quote Originally Posted by seakayaker View Post
    Every Year the Fremont Neighborhood of Seattle has a weekend fair and parade to celebrate the summer solstice.

    . . . . . it also a tradition that naked bicyclists somehow buzz the parade. This year there was a couple of hundred of them, most of them in body paint.

    Anyway, my small attempt to capture the bokeh within the event. . . . .


    BODY PAINT BOKEH


    GF1 with Lumix G 20mm f/1.7 -- ISO 100 -- f/2 -- 1/1300 -- 20mm


    . . . . . oh, and it was raining once again today. It may never end.

    I was surprised how well the body paint held up in such conditions.


    Life is Grand!

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    Nice Bokeh's.

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    "Dream Walking"
    EP-1 with 40mm f 1.4 CV
    I used the B&W art filter on the camera and then added a couple of background textures. I'll post this in the Blends thread as well. Thought it was mostly about Bokeh.

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    Michael, once again a beautiful Bokehgraph! Absolutely love the 'Tiny City Flowers' with the smooth soft bokeh! One day I'll find one of those Leica 180's that I can afford!


    Jerry, another great shot of a 'Poppy' -- Outstanding! Love the sunlight shining through the flower with the water drops and the bokeh is very, very nice . . . . .


    Abry, your shot looks like it came from an underwater alien planet! Love it! The flowers and the bokeh are wonderful! Super bokehgraph . . . . .


    Mike, I do not a clue on how you construct a blend, but I love the blend and the bokeh in that shot! Nicely done! I am going to have to set some time aside one of these days and read through the blends thread to get an idea of what you guys are up to . . . . .


    .. . . . . . . and thank you Keith and Clay for your kind comments . . . . .

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    Water Lily


    GF1 with Ernst Leitz GmbH Wetzlar - Elmar 9cm f/4 -- ISO 100 -- f/4 -- 1/500 -- 9cm


    . . . . . another overcast day with light rain . . . . .


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    Dan, nice Lilys and Ladys! I wished I could send you some sunshine but the weather is just the same over here.

    Mike, this is a wonderful dreamy solitude picture. Very nice and as good as what you're doiing in the Storm series in the Blend thread.


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    LAD Project Day #33 Part II
    Great shot, Michiel !

    "Dream Walking"
    A perfect combo of bokeh and textures, Mike.

    BODY PAINT BOKEH
    Super, Dan, it's a change from all the flowers we see !
    (not that I mind flowers )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Dan, nice Lilys and Ladys! I wished I could send you some sunshine but the weather is just the same over here.
    Mike, this is a wonderful dreamy solitude picture. Very nice and as good as what you're doiing in the Storm series in the Blend thread.

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    Hi Michiel,
    One of the most beautiful bokehgraphs in this thread! Best, Leica 77.

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    Hi Michiel,
    Another super capture!

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    DAISEY


    GF1 with Lumix G 20mm f/1.7 -- ISO 125 -- f/1.7 -- 1/30 -- 20mm
    Showing a little love for the Lumix G 20mm f/1.7!
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    Hi Dan,
    This bokehgraph is one of my favorite images in this thread!

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    5d+OM5512

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    Michiel, a beautiful bokehgraph (White three-flower), lovely bokeh!

    LJ2004, a wonderful capture of the two people, sharp with a wonderful bokeh all around them!

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    Red Poppy


    GF1 with Ernst Leitz GmbH Wetzlar - Elmar 9cm f/4 -- ISO 100 -- f/4 -- 1/40 -- 9cm


    . . . . . Sunday morning walk in the rain, quiet and the streets without much activity, then there are the gardens!

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    GH1 + Kinoptik 32mm




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    Klaus, this is supersharp and smooth background!

    LAD Project Day #34 Part II
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    The second photograph to show the starshaped 12 blades lensopening in the background.

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    Some really nice images in Part 2, Michiel

    This is called "Knoisy Knot"

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    Icelandic Poppy


    Carl Zeiss Jena MC Biometar 80mm f/2.8 -- ISO 100 -- f/2.8 -- 1/320 -- 80mm

    . . . . . adaptor for the Zeiss Jena Biometar 2.8/80 waiting for me when I got home this evening!


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