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    Ernst Leitz GmbH Wetzlar ~ Summaron 3.5cm f3.5 -- ISO 100 -- f3.5 -- 1/250


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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by JerryMK View Post
    Jerry - that is a stellar bokehgraph . . . .

    I put it up for nomination as one of the top five in this thread

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    Quote Originally Posted by seakayaker View Post
    . . . . . . Busy with work and not much time to comment or contribute the past week. Nice to see some great bokehgraphs being posted.

    Yesterday had a chance to pick-up a 1953 Ernst Leitz GmbH Wetzlar ~ Summaron 3.5cm f3.5 lens. Very small lens and looks good on the GF1!


    Gladiolus

    Ernst Leitz GmbH Wetzlar ~ Summaron 3.5cm f3.5 -- ISO 100 -- f3.5 -- 1/400


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    Dan - will you stop buying Leicas!

    Now I have to go off and check how much this one is.

    I'm setting my sights lower. I won my first competitive bid on Ebay yesterday - for $28. But, I think it will make some good pics for the thread

    Lovely, lovely images

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    Dan - will you stop buying Leicas!

    Now I have to go off and check how much this one is.

    I'm setting my sights lower. I won my first competitive bid on Ebay yesterday - for $28. But, I think it will make some good pics for the thread

    Lovely, lovely images

    Keith
    . . . . . this coming from the man who recently purchased a Kinoptik!

    There is a good chance I bought a few Ernst Leitz GmbH Wetzlar lenses for what one may pay for a single Kinoptik!

    and I justify the purchase (in my own mind) since I already have the adaptors for Leitz Summaron 3.5cm f3.5 . . . . .

    I have tried to bid a couple of times for one of those ISCO 50/1.9 but they go a little higher then I'm willing to pay. Time and patience . . . . . .


    . . . . . I am beginning to realize that my resources are dwindling and I am going to have to slow down on adding to my lens collection and start planning on a another camera body in the future . . . . . at least that is what I tell myself . . . . . . Oh my!

    Then their is the GetDPI creed "Buy Now Explain Later" . . . . .


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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    Jerry - that is a stellar bokehgraph . . . .

    I put it up for nomination as one of the top five in this thread

    Keith
    Thank you Keith, I also love this one myself, but the compliment you are giving I could'nt have wished for myself

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    Quote Originally Posted by seakayaker View Post
    . . . . . this coming from the man who recently purchased a Kinoptik!

    There is a good chance I bought a few Ernst Leitz GmbH Wetzlar lenses for what one may pay for a single Kinoptik!

    and I justify the purchase (in my own mind) since I already have the adaptors for Leitz Summaron 3.5cm f3.5 . . . . .

    I have tried to bid a couple of times for one of those ISCO 50/1.9 but they go a little higher then I'm willing to pay. Time and patience . . . . . .


    . . . . . I am beginning to realize that my resources are dwindling and I am going to have to slow down on adding to my lens collection and start planning on a another camera body in the future . . . . . at least that is what I tell myself . . . . . . Oh my!

    Then their is the GetDPI creed "Buy Now Explain Later" . . . . .

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    I hope you are staying with m4/3 !! I just bought another brand new G1 kit for $499CA - by the time I have sold the zoom, because I have it already, I will get the body at a ridiculous price. Even though I love my E-P2, when push comes to shove, I prefer my G1s

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    Dan

    I hope you are staying with m4/3 !! I just bought another brand new G1 kit for $499CA - by the time I have sold the zoom, because I have it already, I will get the body at a ridiculous price. Even though I love my E-P2, when push comes to shove, I prefer my G1s

    Keith
    . . . . . I'll be staying with 4/3 ~ m4/3.

    Just wanting to have some funds on hands if a new body was announced at photokina . . . .

    I have been tempted to buy a G1 but waiting to see what the future will bring!

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    "The Long and Winding Road"

    Skink Pinhole for M4/3 (pinholes do have bokeh)

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Lots of great photos since my last post...
    I have a few more also to share...



    G1, ZM 50mm f/1.5 @ f/1.5, ISO 100




    G1, ZM 50mm f/1.5 @ f/1.5, ISO 200





    G1, ZM 50mm f/1.5 @ f/1.5, ISO 100
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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by M5-Guy View Post
    Lots of great photos since my last post...
    I have a few more also to share...


    G1, ZM 50mm f/1.5 @ f/1.5, ISO 200




    G1, ZM 50mm f/1.5 @ f/1.5, ISO 100
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    Wonderfull and touching B&W photographs, as the ones are from this serie in the other thread.

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Wonderfull and touching B&W photographs, as the ones are from this serie in the other thread.

    Michiel
    +10. Nice poignant images.

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    Chocolate Cosmos


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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek
    Wonderfull and touching B&W photographs, as the ones are from this serie in the other thread.

    Michiel


    Quote Originally Posted by Leica 77 View Post
    +10. Nice poignant images.

    ++20 Lovely shots! Great Bokeh!


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    - Hold on! (It is a rough world) -

    G1 + Canon FD 50/1.4

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    - Hold on! (It is a rough world) -

    G1 + Canon FD 50/1.4

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    Some of these bokehs never cease to amaze me:

    Dan with Chocolate Cosmos and Michiel with Hold On (It is a rough world)

    Keith

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    Some of these bokehs never cease to amaze me:

    Dan with Chocolate Cosmos and Michiel with Hold On (It is a rough world)

    Keith
    Thank you Keith and yes, I like Chocolate Cosmos very much too, simply beautiful, Dan.

    Today I got back my Minolta Rokkor 250/5.6 mirror lens from repair.
    Amazing lens for candid street photography.
    And I love the donuts, too.

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    Thank you Keith and yes, I like Chocolate Cosmos very much too, simply beautiful, Dan.

    Today I got back my Minolta Rokkor 250/5.6 mirror lens from repair.
    Amazing lens for candid street photography.
    And I love the donuts, too.

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    That is amazing - a combo of sharpness and accuracy against a weird donut bokeh - I dig out my sigma mirror lens tomorrow

    I guess some purists may hate this - but now we are talking more about art than photography

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Here is another from my Carenar 135/2.8

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    Yellow Gladiolus


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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Another one with the mirrorlens.

    - Curly -

    G1 + Minolta Rokkor mirror 250/5.6

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    nice ones guys! (where are the females here - is "bokeh stuff" too masculine??)

    Jerry, that dragonfly bokeh shot is awesome!!!

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by seakayaker View Post
    Yellow Gladiolus


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    Panasonic G1, Zeiss 50mm f/1.5 C-Sonnar, 14mm of extension

    ISO 500, 1/160s, f/8

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    that crab spider shot is great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kds315 View Post
    that crab spider shot is great!
    RE: my Post?
    If so, Thanks, I am not a plant buff, it's just a flower or weed to me

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    That is amazing - a combo of sharpness and accuracy against a weird donut bokeh ...
    I guess some purists may hate this - but now we are talking more about art than photography
    Keith
    +10. Actually, I like the donut bokeh! :

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    Quote Originally Posted by kds315 View Post
    that crab spider shot is great!
    . . . . . I was with M5-Guy . . . . . I did not pick-up the spider holding onto the fly when first viewing the photograph!


    Great shot! . . . . . and a keen eye Klaus!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leica 77 View Post
    +10. Actually, I like the donut bokeh! :
    Great portrait Micheal! . . . . . I do like the bokeh as well, and thanks for posting the group in the separate thread . . . . .


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    Echinacea ~ Coneflowers


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    Taylor&Hobson Vidital 3cm F1.4 at full open


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    Arri, a beautiful sunflower and wonderful Bokeh!

    Great capture with the Taylor & Hobson Vidital 3cm F1.4 and love the tight small circular bokeh the lens produces . . . . .


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    Quote Originally Posted by seakayaker View Post
    Arri, a beautiful sunflower and wonderful Bokeh!

    Great capture with the Taylor & Hobson Vidital 3cm F1.4 and love the tight small circular bokeh the lens produces . . . . .


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    Thanks Dan,
    it is a great lens and I like it, very fast and covers the full sensor, at F4 incridible sharp.
    Here another sample, at F1.4 (T1.5)

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    And a sample made with the shorter 2cm Vidital F1.7


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    And now something completly different

    Michiel

    - 1001 nights -

    G1 + minolta Rokkor 45/2 + Vivitar effectfilter

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    And another one with the same combo.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    And another one with the same combo.
    Michiel

    Both shots from the effect filter are fabulous - I'm adding it to the list. Things got cheaper in my household when you were on vacation

    No 2 is very ethereal

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    Thanks, Keith!

    You don't have to buy everything you like

    Oké I help you out, I am going on vacation again.

    BTW it is the Vivitar 5R Multi image filter (It is very cheap)

    Best, Michiel

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Thanks, Keith!

    You don't have to buy everything you like

    Oké I help you out, I am going on vacation again.

    BTW it is the Vivitar 5R Multi image filter (It is very cheap)

    Best, Michiel
    If you go on vacation you are going to miss all my new stuff from the bunch of lenses that arrived today, and a special one (for bokegraphy) which should arrive tomorrow. All of this was purchased on your last vacation, so maybe you are not responsible - just a feeling I had.

    Stuff that you won't see here will be from my newly acquired squeaky clean Agfa Clack, unless they invent M4/3 scanners

    Two vacations so close together is pushing it - you will be vacationed out


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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Here is a traditional bokehgraph from my recently arrived Vivitar 24/2.8 (with tilt adapter)

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    Potted Flowers


    GF1 with Carl Zeiss Sonnar T* 90mm f2.8 -- ISO 100 -- f2.8 -- 1/160 -- with Metabones Contax G to m4/3 adaptor


    . . . . . just picked up from the post office the Metabones adaptor for Contax G Lenses and wanted to post the first shot in my favorite thread. First impression is that it will be a great adaptor. Took a few attempts to mount the lens but once locked in place and mounted on the GF1 it was easy to focus.

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Another from the Vivitar 24/2.8 - it has has an eight bladed diaphragm

    Keith


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    Lots of beautiful photos in this thread!

    My photos are of Northern Flicker woodpeckers at my backyard feeder.

    I think the caption should read: "Junior: But mom, I want to eat now!", "Mom: OK dear -- glug, glug!"



    C&C welcome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    - Hold on! (It is a rough world) -

    G1 + Canon FD 50/1.4

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    Michiel, a beautiful shot!

    The Canon FD 50/1.4 appears to be a lens that is available in used camera stores!

    . . . . . although it sometimes appears that you and Keith are trying to buy up the marketplace with your quest for MORE . . . . . MORE . . . . . MORE . . . . . LENSES!


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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Keith the Vivitar 24/2.8 has some great bokeh! Love the tight circles, very nice, looking forward to seeing more with this lens!

    Michiel, enjoy the bokehgraphs with the minolta Rokkor 45/2 + Vivitar effectfilter! Would it be possible to show a shot with & without the effectfilter?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter J. DeCrescenzo View Post
    Lots of beautiful photos in this thread!

    My photos are of Northern Flicker woodpeckers at my backyard feeder.

    I think the caption should read: "Junior: But mom, I want to eat now!", "Mom: OK dear -- glug, glug!"



    C&C welcome.

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    Great shots of those beautiful woodpeckers! Very nice bokeh in the shots as well . . . . . and shot through two panes of glass!

    . . . . . keep 'em coming!

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    GF1 with Carl Zeiss Sonnar T* 90mm f2.8 -- ISO 100 -- f2.8 -- 1/640


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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    Another from the Vivitar 24/2.8 - it has has an eight bladed diaphragm

    Keith

    Nice one!

    I'll be following your new aquisitions eagerly !
    Reactions probably later.

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by seakayaker View Post
    Keith the Vivitar 24/2.8 has some great bokeh! Love the tight circles, very nice, looking forward to seeing more with this lens!

    Michiel, enjoy the bokehgraphs with the minolta Rokkor 45/2 + Vivitar effectfilter! Would it be possible to show a shot with & without the effectfilter?

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    Hi Dan, No time anymore but you can learn all about it by typing Multi image filter or here for example; http://www.digitaltoyshop.co.uk/prod...I_IMAGE_FILTER

    You can play with the aperture for fading the multi image and you can turn the images around the center with a handle.

    Here is one mor from yesterday.

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