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    Carl Zeiss Jena MC Biometar 80mm f/2.8 -- ISO 100 -- f/2.8 -- 1/500 -- 80mm

    I think this lens is a keeper!


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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by seakayaker View Post
    LILY


    Carl Zeiss Jena MC Biometar 80mm f/2.8 -- ISO 100 -- f/2.8 -- 1/500 -- 80mm

    I think this lens is a keeper!


    Life is Grand!

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    Dan, isn't it a great lens? And you handled it so well! Lovely picture!

    Did it come with a hood?
    A long hood is good for this lens, I bought mine here;
    http://cgi.ebay.nl/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?...=STRK:MEWNX:IT
    It fits so well, it looks like it is made for it.

    I don't have to say to you "Keep them coming".

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    "Poplar Road"
    This image comes from CA. I was there to shoot vineyards for Kendall-Jackson wines and while looking for our vineyard, we came across this landscape in a vegetable field.
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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    Some really nice images in Part 2, Michiel

    This is called "Knoisy Knot"

    Keith

    A real Canadian picture.
    Looks like a stream, beautiful and a nice alliteration. (Is that a word in English?)
    And as always thank you for the compliments.
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    Meanwhile I keep on churning flowers

    LAD Project Day #35 Part II
    G1 + Olympus OM 100/2.8

    Olympus lenses are nice, always sharp, and small.

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Meanwhile I keep on churning flowers

    LAD Project Day #35 Part II
    G1 + Olympus OM 100/2.8

    Olympus lenses are nice, always sharp, and small.
    I love the colors in the background in this one, Michiel. Sometimes people forget that it is not just the bokeh of the lens that counts - you have to have a good photographer to organize the shot to see the bokeh at it's best (or worst, as some would say )

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    GH1 + KOWA f1.1 37.5mm

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    @f4 (as someone like that best...compare to Kinoptik as previously posted)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Dan, isn't it a great lens? And you handled it so well! Lovely picture!

    Did it come with a hood?
    A long hood is good for this lens, I bought mine here;
    http://cgi.ebay.nl/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?...=STRK:MEWNX:IT
    It fits so well, it looks like it is made for it.

    I don't have to say to you "Keep them coming".

    Michiel
    Yes Michiel it is a very nice lens! Thank you for the kind words, I do enjoy the results!

    The lens did not come with a hood but I did find a similar item here: http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...#ht_550wt_1139

    . . . . . and thank you once again for pointing me in the right direction on getting the correct adaptor!



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    Mosaic Wall Bokeh


    GF1 with Carl Zeiss Jena MC Biometar 80mm f/2.8 -- ISO 100 -- f/2.8 -- 1/320 -- 80mm


    . . . . . the wall was handy, it was next to the garden . . . . . thought I would break up my flower parade . . . . . narrow DOF and enjoyed the colors.


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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    I love the colors in the background in this one, Michiel. Sometimes people forget that it is not just the bokeh of the lens that counts - you have to have a good photographer to organize the shot to see the bokeh at it's best (or worst, as some would say )

    Keith
    Thanks Keith. Yes I do search for bokehin the viewfinder, regardless how ackward my photographing positions may look like in the street.

    This is not yet my LAD Photo from today, but just one in between, I actually like more then the one I posted with this lens.

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post

    - Under my umbrella (With thanks to The Hollies) -
    G1 + Topcor 35/2.8
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    Love that figure in the background - this one reminds me a bit of Mike Regnier's early bokehgraphs that he posted here

    Re Hollies - this is a nice tribute to Graham Nash for all the work he has done in the realm of digital photography and fine art printing

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    LAD Project Day #36 Part II
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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Thanks Keith. Yes I do search for bokehin the viewfinder, regardless how ackward my photographing positions may look like in the street.

    This is not yet my LAD Photo from today, but just one in between, I actually like more then the one I posted with this lens.

    Michiel

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    Michiel, this is a beautiful bokehgraph, love the woman under the umbrella wrapped in the blur and the bokeh!

    I would like to say this is one of my favorites . . . . .


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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Michiel:

    I love those Meyer lenses.

    Do you have this?

    Enna Werk Munchen Super-Lithagon 35/2.5

    Keith


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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    This one is from a cheap lens called an Arco Tokyo Tele-Colinar 135/3.5

    Didn't want to brighten it up in post processing because this is exactly how it looked

    Keith


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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    This one is from a cheap lens called an Arco Tokyo Tele-Colinar 135/3.5

    Didn't want to brighten it up in post processing because this is exactly how it looked

    Keith


    Keith a couple of wonderful bokehgraphs!

    Great detail in the first shot (spider web strands) along with the nice circular bokeh. Great color of the flower and works well against the gray background!

    Nicely Done!

    . . . . . and your lens collection continues to grow . . . . .

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    BAMBOO


    GF1 with Carl Zeiss Planar 45mm F/2 -- ISO 100 -- f/2 -- 1/640 -- 45mm


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    VIOLET FLOWER


    Gf1 with Carl Zeiss Sonnar 90mm f/2.8 -- ISO 100 -- f/2.8 -- 1/400 -- 90mm


    . . . . . out for walk this evening taking photos down at a neighborhood garden (P - Patch) . . . . . the sun is out for a second straight day! . . . . . and its warm!


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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by kds315 View Post
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    @f4 (as someone like that best...compare to Kinoptik as previously posted)
    Klaus, love the blue color in the first shot, and the second shot with the sharp detail of the lilly and a wonderful swirling bokeh! Wonderful!

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Dan, these last two of yours are stellar

    Bamboo - wonderful circles

    Violet Flower - the colors work so well together

    I thought I had bought an Elmar 90mm recently, but when later I used it I found it was another 135mm. But it was so nice I kept it. I had better get looking again. What is your favorite focal length for bokehgraphs?

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by seakayaker View Post
    Klaus, love the blue color in the first shot, and the second shot with the sharp detail of the lilly and a wonderful swirling bokeh! Wonderful!

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    Klaus, beautiful subjects and beautiful images

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    Keith, I only have 1 Enna lens, a 135mm. The Arco lens I have even never heard off.
    The photographs look very promising and I would like to see some more.
    That Lithagon is that a M42 mount lens?

    Dan, very nice and sunny Zeiss bokeh.

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    a few days not been here ,so many nice photos.
    Cheers everybody.

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Keith, I only have 1 Enna lens, a 135mm. The Arco lens I have even never heard off.
    The photographs look very promising and I would like to see some more.
    That Lithagon is that a M42 mount lens?
    . . . . . . . . . . . .
    Michiel


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    Both the Arco and the Enna are Exakta mount.

    Here is a pic of the Arco 135 - solid lens but with some patina, the glass is very good. The brown leather case in the picture holds the Enna.

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    Michiel

    Both the Arco and the Enna are Exakta mount.

    Here is a pic of the Arco 135 - solid lens but with some patina, the glass is very good. The brown leather case in the picture holds the Enna.

    Keith

    I wouln't let that lens be if I saw it
    There are so many surprises still in exakta mount.

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    Dan, these last two of yours are stellar

    Bamboo - wonderful circles

    Violet Flower - the colors work so well together

    I thought I had bought an Elmar 90mm recently, but when later I used it I found it was another 135mm. But it was so nice I kept it. I had better get looking again. What is your favorite focal length for bokehgraphs?

    Keith
    Keith, thank you for your kind words, the Contax G Zeiss lens take wonderful photographs and both have very nice bokeh.

    There have been a number of Elmar 90's on Ebay lately so you should be able to find one. I love the Elmar 90 it takes wonderful shots! I also love the Leitz 135 as well! I don't think you can go wrong having two, although I am sure I would be selling or trading one for the Elmar 90 or something else.

    You asked 'What is you favorite focal length for bokehgraphs? . . . . . that is a tough question! What day of the week is it?

    Today I would have to say the 90mm focal length on the micro 4/3 works for me. I like what I see both from the Elmar and the Zeiss 90mm lenses. I would also like to get my hands on a Voigtlander 90/3.5 APO and one of the modern Leica 90mm to see what Bokeh they produce.

    Then on any given day of the week I could make the case for the Voigtlander 50/1.5 and 75/2.5. the Leitz 50/2, the Leica D 14 - 50mm Vario, and the new Zeiss Jena Biometar 80/2.8!

    . . . . . and then the lens that you, Michiel, and others demonstrate, the list can go on and on . . . . . oh my

    Anyway another from the Zeiss Sonnar 90/2.8.



    Calla Lilly

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by LJ2004 View Post
    a few days not been here ,so many nice photos.
    Cheers everybody.

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    LJ, I love this one. It is a very tricky image to capture, and you have done it very, very, well.

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    I can't get over the quality of the art work we are seeing on this thread. Plus, the ongoing commentary on legacy lenses is wonderful.

    This is one from a $25 lens called a Carenar 135/2.8. Lovely condition and old style metal construction. Lovely looking glass. (All of my bokehgraphs are at maximum aperture, unless otherwise noted)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Keith, I only have 1 Enna lens, a 135mm. The Arco lens I have even never heard off.
    The photographs look very promising and I would like to see some more.
    That Lithagon is that a M42 mount lens?

    Dan, very nice and sunny Zeiss bokeh.

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    It's difficult to define a best one from you Michiel - but this one would be candidate

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    It's difficult to define a best one from you Michiel - but this one would be candidate

    Keith
    +++ 1

    Great bokehgraph Michiel!

    Love the VC 50/1.5!

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    ICELANDIC POPPIES


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    Pink Flowers


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    Thanks for your kind words Dan + Keith!

    Well, inspired by some other thread some "donut-bokehrama" shots
    using a Celestron 5.6/300mm catadioptric mirror lens on my Lumix GH1.













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    Klaus, what a treat! Sharp, soft, delicate, whimsical, beautiful, stellar, and outstanding are thoughts that run through my head when looking at your bokehgraphs above!

    Like looking through a kaleidoscope at wonderful images and colors!

    Thanks!

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    Whow, you make me blush Dan!!

    that one I had forgotten...
    Last edited by kds315; 25th June 2010 at 06:00.

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    GF1+Leica DG Macro-Elmarit 45mm/f2.8
    Alone in the bokeh ...

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    Very Nice Bokehgraph with a the appropriate matching title!

    Welcome and keep em' coming . . . . .

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    . . . . . there are a couple of bokehgraphs of a 'Calla Lilly' taken with a Zeiss Biometar 80/2.8, and the Zeiss Sonnar 90/2.8 in previous posts.

    . . . . . and now the Voigtlander Nokton 50/1.5


    CALLA LILLY


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    LAD Project Day #38 Part II
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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by seakayaker View Post
    Klaus, what a treat! Sharp, soft, delicate, whimsical, beautiful, stellar, and outstanding are thoughts that run through my head when looking at your bokehgraphs above!

    Like looking through a kaleidoscope at wonderful images and colors!

    Thanks!

    Life is Grand!

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    +++1 on that!

    Lovely stuff, Klaus

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    This is taken with a Fuji 55/1.8. First reaction is that I love it - very easy to focus.

    "Summer Tub"

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Another one from the same lens

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    . . . . and another

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    Michiel, I have never seen an 'Ascot Hat' so when it blooms can you take another photo?

    . . . . . or at least wear it . . . . .

    Love the detail provided by the lens with a nice soft bokeh! Nicely Done . . . . .


    Keith, great shot of the daisy and the crop! Beautiful shot, love the light on the face of the flower with the glimpse of bokeh cast in the dark behind the flower. Very Nice!

    . . . . . and another new lens?

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    While waiting to catch the shuttle bus to work . . . . .


    Waiting for the Shuttle


    GF1 with Carl Zeiss Sonnar T* 90mm f/2.8 -- ISO 100 -- f/2.8 -- 1/160 -- 90mm

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

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    Another one from the same lens

    Keith

    Lovely photograph, simple and effective!

    Michiel

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by kds315 View Post
    Whow, you make me blush Dan!!

    that one I had forgotten...
    Don't eat Donuts but they can be very nice in a photograph.
    Eagerly awaiting a Minolta Rokkor 250 mirror I could by cheap. There seems to be a loose ring inside.
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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

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    While waiting to catch the shuttle bus to work . . . . .

    Waiting for the Shuttle


    GF1 with Carl Zeiss Sonnar T* 90mm f/2.8 -- ISO 100 -- f/2.8 -- 1/160 -- 90mm

    Life is Grand!

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    Love the colours, Dan!

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    LAD Project Day #39 Part II
    G1 + Minolta Rokkor 50/1.7

    Probably could have shot this with any decent lens but this one was on the camera.

    -Portrait in the dark -

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    DAISIES


    GF1 with Carl Zeiss Jena MC Biometar 80mm f/2.8 -- ISO 100 -- f/2.8 -- 1/4000


    . . . . . bright afternoon soon . . . . . took out the recently acquired 80/2.8 for a walk to a local city P-Patch . . . . .

    Love the beautiful shots and bokeh from this lens!

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