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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    Here is one from my Kodak Cine Ektar 25/1.9 (sadly in need of a clean - but it gives a different look)
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    Hi Keith,
    It has a real antique feel. I like it! Best, Leica 77.

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    +1
    Very well formulated! It is like looking into the past.
    Some of these old lenses are very easy to dismantle and clean.
    I don't know about this one, though.

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    +1
    Very well formulated! It is like looking into the past.
    Some of these old lenses are very easy to dismantle and clean.
    I don't know about this one, though.

    Michiel
    Thanks Leica and Michiel. I am going to try a couple of street shots with it.

    Keith

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    LAD Project Day #57 Part II
    G1 + Nikon Ai 50/2

    This is one from the archives and it also will be the last one from Part II of the LAD project. No time today.
    Thanks everyone for looking and commenting. It is and was a great joy to do.
    Especially in this thread where everybody is so eloquent and friendly.
    I hope to continue with Part III later on.

    I hope to post now and then in between.

    Cheers, Michiel

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    LAD Project Day #57 Part II
    G1 + Nikon Ai 50/2
    This is one from the archives and it also will be the last one from Part II of the LAD project. No time today.
    Thanks everyone for looking and commenting. It is and was a great joy to do.
    Especially in this thread where everybody is so eloquent and friendly.
    I hope to continue with Part III later on.
    I hope to post now and then in between.
    Cheers, Michiel
    - Buddysit -
    Hi Michiel,

    Like so many people, I have immensely enjoyed your LAD Project (Part I and Part II). Many thanks for sharing your valuable time, energy, and great images with us. When you have a chance, will you be interested in discussing your personal insights into various lenses that you have used in your fabulous project? For example, can you share with us your thoughts on your most favorite bokeh lenses? On a personal note, I thank you for introducing to all of us the ISCO GOTTINGEN lens. It has become one of my most treasured lenses. All the best, Leica 77

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leica 77 View Post
    Hi Michiel,

    Like so many people, I have immensely enjoyed your LAD Project (Part I and Part II). Many thanks for sharing your valuable time, energy, and great images with us. When you have a chance, will you be interested in discussing your personal insights into various lenses that you have used in your fabulous project? For example, can you share with us your thoughts on your most favorite bokeh lenses? On a personal note, I thank you for introducing to all of us the ISCO GOTTINGEN lens. It has become one of my most treasured lenses. All the best, Leica 77

    +10

    Michiel, if you don't post now and then in between, I am sending a hit team over there to get you

    Leica's right, this project has led us to see so many different lenses from yourself, Raf, Dan, Klaus and others - it has been and still will be a treat to enjoy. I must have purchased a dozen lenses over the past six months - most of which I had not heard of before this series.

    Start sorting out the lens candidates for Part 3, have a couple of beers and we will be waiting.

    Keith

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    +10

    Michiel, if you don't post now and then in between, I am sending a hit team over there to get you
    Leica's right, this project has led us to see so many different lenses from yourself, Raf, Dan, Klaus and others - it has been and still will be a treat to enjoy. I must have purchased a dozen lenses over the past six months - most of which I had not heard of before this series.
    Start sorting out the lens candidates for Part 3, have a couple of beers and we will be waiting.
    Keith
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    I agree with Keith. Have a couple of (great Dutch) beers before your next post!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leica 77 View Post
    +20

    I agree with Keith. Have a couple of (great Dutch) beers before your next post!
    + 30

    Michael we all look forward to your continued contributions!

    Leica landed the wonderful ISCO GOTTINGEN WESTROMAT 50mm f1.9 and I picked up the Carl Zeiss Jena MC Biometar 80mm f/2.8 after seeing one of your posts. Keith has picked a IGBW2835 plus a few more along the way . . . . . and I still have my eye out for the ISCO 50mm 1.9 myself.

    Your lens a day project has been a very nice treat.

    Thanks to all that contribute to this thread it has certainly helped stimulate the economy world wide in used lens!

    . . . . . . keep 'em coming!


    Life is Grand!

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    Thanks so much for you're kind words but take it easy guys, I am not leaving you, just taking a break. :sleep006:
    If you're sending a squad, I'll be waiting for them with a beer. (preferable a glass of wine)

    Leica, one of the surprises lately was the old Zeiss Flektogon 35/2.8. ( There exists a 2.4 as well) Although a welknown lens, the close focussing was a surprise for me. Very nice for flowers.
    Here are two more with this lens.

    Greetings, Michiel




    G1 + Zeiss Flektogon 35/2.8

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Here is a bokehgraph with my deep gratitude to Michiel and others who have inspired us all. The regular contributors to this bokeh thread include a number of digital imaging enthusiasts from several nations -- Canada, the U.S., Holland, Belgium, UK, Germany, etc. We are also truly thankful to Keith who started this exciting thread with his great vision and leadership. Dan's comment is correct -- "Thanks to all that contribute to this thread it has certainly helped stimulate the economy world wide in used lens!".

    "A Little Forest". GF1 + my favorite IGW 50 f1.9. Best, Leica 77.


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    . . . . . welcome back Michiel!

    Great shots with the Zeiss Flektogon 35/2.8, sharp as a razor, great detail and a narrow DOF. Wow! . . . . . another lens to add to list . . . .


    Tiger Lillies


    GF1 with Ernst Leitz Wetzlar Summitar 5cm f2 -- ISO 100 -- f/2 -- 1/50

    Life is Grand!

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    Beautiful Bokehgraph Leica!!!! . . . . . love the earth tone colors and circular bokeh - very nice indeed!


    Snap Peas with a Pink Twist Flower


    GF1 with Ernst Leitz Wetzlar Summitar 5cm f2 -- ISO 100 -- f/2 -- 1/25

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    . . . . . and a small break from the flowers . . . .

    Ship's Line/Rigging Bokeh


    GF1 with Ernst Leitz Wetzlar Summitar 5cm f2 -- ISO 100 -- f/2.8 -- 1/1000

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by seakayaker View Post
    Beautiful Bokehgraph Leica!!!! . . . . . love the earth tone colors and circular bokeh - very nice indeed!
    Snap Peas with a Pink Twist Flower

    GF1 with Ernst Leitz Wetzlar Summitar 5cm f2 -- ISO 100 -- f/2 -- 1/25
    Life is Grand!
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    Hi Dan,
    Wow! Great bokeh by your Leitz glass. The lenses on my wish list certainly include 1) Summitar 5cm, 2) Zeiss Flektogon 35mm, and 3) Nokton 50mm f1.5. As you have said, we will continue to stimulate the global economy ... Best, Leica 77.

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

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    . . . . . and a small break from the flowers . . . .

    Ship's Line/Rigging Bokeh


    GF1 with Ernst Leitz Wetzlar Summitar 5cm f2 -- ISO 100 -- f/2.8 -- 1/1000

    Life is Grand!

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    This is very nice Dan! Now you made me stimulate economy again!

    Many thanks,
    Michiel

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by Leica 77 View Post
    Here is a bokehgraph with my deep gratitude to Michiel and others who have inspired us all. The regular contributors to this bokeh thread include a number of digital imaging enthusiasts from several nations -- Canada, the U.S., Holland, Belgium, UK, Germany, etc. We are also truly thankful to Keith who started this exciting thread with his great vision and leadership. Dan's comment is correct -- "Thanks to all that contribute to this thread it has certainly helped stimulate the economy world wide in used lens!".

    "A Little Forest". GF1 + my favorite IGW 50 f1.9. Best, Leica 77.

    What a beautiful one. This lens shines in your hands!
    I don't have this lens Well it is good for economics
    Michiel

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Thanks Leica for your support and contributions since the inception of this thread. Some of the best images on the forum are to be found here.

    Here is a street bokehgraph. I don't do many of those especially with my Kodak Cine Needs a Good Clean Ektar 25/1.9. But I need to take a few images before I try to clean it

    My Kinoptik supplied by Klaus arrives today, so things should sharpen up a bit

    Keith


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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    Thanks Leica for your support and contributions since the inception of this thread. Some of the best images on the forum are to be found here.

    Here is a street bokehgraph. I don't do many of those especially with my Kodak Cine Needs a Good Clean Ektar 25/1.9. But I need to take a few images before I try to clean it

    My Kinoptik supplied by Klaus arrives today, so things should sharpen up a bit

    Keith


    Beautiful shot Keith, change the cars in the background and this shot could be from the 60's . . . . . wonderful scene and mood captured in the photograph.

    Life is Grand!

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    Rebekia


    GF1 with Ernst Leitz Wetzlar Summitar 5cm f2 -- ISO 100 -- f/2 -- 1/50

    . . . . a couple of more from last evenings walk about.

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    Pink Roses by the Lake



    GF1 with Ernst Leitz Wetzlar Summitar 5cm f2 -- ISO 100 -- f/2 -- 1/250

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Dan - you are getting wonderful stuff from that Summitar

    I purchased a Kinoptik 25/2.0 from Klaus. Here is one of the first shots I took. The bokeh is really nice.

    Keith


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    Keith, congratulations on your new Kinoptik 25/2.0! A wonderful shot and with some nice Bokeh! Looking forward to seeing many bokehgraphs in the future produced with this lens . . . . .

    Thank you Klaus for letting Keith have the opportunity to pick up a Kinoptik.


    Daisies


    GF1 with Ernst Leitz Wetzlar Summitar 5cm f2 -- ISO 100 -- f2 -- 1/100

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    Purple & Gold Flowers


    GF1 with Ernst Leitz Wetzlar Summitar 5cm f2 -- ISO 100 -- f2 -- 1/25

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    Dan - you are getting wonderful stuff from that Summitar
    I purchased a Kinoptik 25/2.0 from Klaus. Here is one of the first shots I took. The bokeh is really nice.
    Keith
    Hi Keith,
    Wonderful bokehgraph taken with your most recently obtained Kinoptik 25/2.0 lens. The three dimensionality is remarkable. Best, Leica 77.

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

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    Purple & Gold Flowers

    GF1 with Ernst Leitz Wetzlar Summitar 5cm f2 -- ISO 100 -- f2 -- 1/25
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    Hi Dan,
    Lovely bokehgraph! I love your Summitar 5cm glass. Best, Leica 77.

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    Leica, thank you for your kind words.

    The Summitar lens, from 1951, is a pleasant surprise in the quality of the photographs that it produces. The three Ernst Leitz Wetzlar (Leica) lens that I have found, 5cm, 9cm and 13.5cm, have all been a real treat and feel like a bargin for the quality of the glass in the lens.

    . . . . . moving to the Voightlander 75mm . . . . .


    Daisies at Sunset by the Lake


    GF1 with Voigtlander Color-Heliar 75mm f2.5 MC -- ISO 100 -- f2.5 -- 1/125

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    Tiger Lily


    GF1 with Voigtlander Color-Heliar 75mm f2.5 MC -- ISO 100 -- f2.5 -- 1/15

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    Dan

    Your pictures are so vibrant these days - what do you use for processing? Do you process differently for bokehgraphs than regular stuff.

    Great work

    Keith

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Another from my Kodak Cine NAGC Ektar 25/1.9

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    I may be pushing the limits of bokehgraphy with the last couple of photos from the Kodak Cine NAGC Ektar - but it's so dirty you can't see the bokeh

    But us bokehgraphers are flexible happy-go-lucky people and can bend the rules if we want to

    "Fire Truck - Late Evening"

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    Dan

    Your pictures are so vibrant these days - what do you use for processing? Do you process differently for bokehgraphs than regular stuff.

    Great work

    Keith
    Thank you for your kind words Keith.

    Process: Camera Raw -> Aperature -> View Full Screen -> Select Images to Process (Note photo #) -> Open Images in Photoshop -> Images open in Camera Raw 5.7 -> Adjust image using Camera Raw tool -> When finished, from the Camera Raw Tool, select & open images which brings the image back into the Photoshop and closes the raw tool -> adjust image size -> save as jpeg -> move to Flickr -> post in GetGPI!

    The suggestion was made to me by Michiel to download the Adobe Camera Raw software when they started to support the GF1.

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    . . . . . a new used lens arrived in the mail today . . . . . GF1 with ISCO-GÖTTINGEN ISCONAR 100mm f4

    Cranesbills Geraniums


    GF1 with ISCO-GÖTTINGEN ISCONAR 100mm f4 -- ISO 100 -- f4 -- 1/80

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    Orange Spotted Lillies


    GF1 with ISCO-GÖTTINGEN ISCONAR 100mm f4 -- ISO 100 -- f4 -- 1/80

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    Peruvian Lilies


    GF1 with ISCO-GÖTTINGEN ISCONAR 100mm f4 -- ISO 100 -- f4 -- 1/500

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by seakayaker View Post


    Orange Spotted Lillies

    GF1 with ISCO-GÖTTINGEN ISCONAR 100mm f4 -- ISO 100 -- f4 -- 1/80
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    Wow, Dan! Great bokehgraphs taken with your ISCO-GÖTTINGEN ISCONAR 100mm f4 glass. These images are simply beautiful! Best, Leica 77.

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    Dan:

    Looks like this Isco is another winner for bokegraphy - I love the lilies, the background looks like a jungle

    Keith

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Kodak Ektar NAGC Cine 25/1.9

    "Toronto Market"

    I like listening to Paul Simon - and the words I'm hearing a lot lately are:

    "Nothing is different . .
    . . but everything has changed "

    In the case of this lens it would be:

    "Nothing is sharp . .
    . . but everything is in focus"

    Keith

    PS - I should try to sell this one to Jack, along with my white label Chinese cctv lens




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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    Kodak Ektar NAGC Cine 25/1.9

    "Toronto Market"

    I like listening to Paul Simon - and the words I'm hearing a lot lately are:

    "Nothing is different . .
    . . but everything has changed "

    In the case of this lens it would be:

    "Nothing is sharp . .
    . . but everything is in focus"

    Keith

    PS - I should try to sell this one to Jack, along with my white label Chinese cctv lens



    Keith, this image draws me in, I really like it.

    The colors of the awnings, the walls with their images and the tree almost looking as if it is draw onto the wall as it extends over the awning!

    . . . . . then the person at the end of the sidewalk . . . . . with the headlights of the cars behind her . . . . . and the blue halo light at the top . . . . .

    . . . . . thanks for sharing!

    Life is Grand!

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    Rose Contemplation


    GF1 with ISCO-GÖTTINGEN ISCONAR 100mm f4 -- ISO 100 -- f4 -- 1/400

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by seakayaker View Post
    Keith, this image draws me in, I really like it.
    The colors of the awnings, the walls with their images and the tree almost looking as if it is draw onto the wall as it extends over the awning!
    . . . . . then the person at the end of the sidewalk . . . . . with the headlights of the cars behind her . . . . . and the blue halo light at the top . . . . .
    . . . . . thanks for sharing!
    Life is Grand!
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    Hi Keith,
    +10. I love the quiet atmosphere that was nicely captured. :

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    Barberton Daisy


    Gf1 with Voigtlander Color-Heliar 75mm f2.5 -- ISO 100 -- f/2.8 -- 1/1600

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    I haven't added anything to this thread in a while - Beadwork bracelet with crystals camera only moved about an inch from being in focus.


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    I'm finding that my 45/2.8 set to f3.2 is my best bokeh creation machine...


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    Louis,
    That is beautiful. The coloring on the butterfly is both subtle and striking at the same time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TEBnewyork View Post
    I haven't added anything to this thread in a while - Beadwork bracelet with crystals camera only moved about an inch from being in focus.

    Lovely shot, Terry. That bracelet is amazing - must have taken ages to do

    Which camera and lens did you use for this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TEBnewyork View Post
    Louis,
    That is beautiful. The coloring on the butterfly is both subtle and striking at the same time.
    +1

    Simply Beautiful! Outstanding capture, love the bokeh!

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    Now I know how the shroud of Turin was made.

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    Now I know how the shroud of Turin was made.

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    I promise I didn't do it

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    WOW, great shots here while I was away!

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    Crocosmia - 'Lucifer'


    GF1 with Carl Zeiss Contax G Planar T* 45mm f2 -- ISO 100 -- f2 -- 1/3200

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