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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

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    Hi Dan,
    This is truly one of the most beautiful bokehgraphs I have seen so far in this thread! Best, Leica 77.

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Breaking Wave
    This Bokeh was done with FocalPoint 2

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    Breaking Wave
    This Bokeh was done with FocalPoint 2

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    A Beautiful Bokehgraph!

    Love the color, the curl of the wave, the spray, the blue water reaching to the horizon, the white clouds, horizontal layers . . . . . real eye candy!

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    Hi Dan,
    This is truly one of the most beautiful bokehgraphs I have seen so far in this thread! Best, Leica 77.

    Thank you for your kind words, a generous compliment indeed!

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    Re: Breaking Wave

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    Breaking Wave

    Hmm. I like the idea but when I see lack of punch I always say to myself that's there's more there. I'm the one who preferred the contrast added to the geese in another of your masterpieces.

    This is just my view of course but I'll share it on the forum with your permission:



    The Auto Color command is one most forgotten by "hardened" Photoshop users because it entails the dreaded "auto" prefix. I use it profusely, not always to 100% and sometimes not at all as it too misses the point sometimes, but as a check to see if there's a better version of the image's colour and contrast (yes it engulfs more than just colour balance) it's one not to be snubbed at.
    In this case I duplicated the layer, applied Auto Color and then on a mask painted a straight line across the in focus wave break with a soft black brush at 33% to bring back a touch of the green in the shadows which was too contrasty for my liking on pure "auto". The ensuing colours in the sky are simply Photoshop's way of interpreting the image as it thinks the camera saw them, the important aspect of this exercise is the overall contrast added which for me provides the "punch" I saw lacking. Much more post-processing can be done to suit all tastes of course but the Auto Color example was what I wanted to share here.

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    Michael, i did like the color change to the top portion of the photo that you altered. The original wave, spray and foreground (bottom) portion of the original is much more pleasing to the eye, to me anyway.

    Adding another layer and dropping on the original wave area back in may have been an alternative to using the brush across the wave.

    Always enjoy your commentary and your photos in the various threads.

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    Another from my Sima soft focus f100, f2.0 lens

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    Quote Originally Posted by seakayaker View Post
    Michael, i did like the color change to the top portion of the photo that you altered. The original wave, spray and foreground (bottom) portion of the original is much more pleasing to the eye, to me anyway.

    Adding another layer and dropping on the original wave area back in may have been an alternative to using the brush across the wave.

    Always enjoy your commentary and your photos in the various threads.
    Thank you Dan.
    All a matter of taste of course but I rarely accept an image straight out of the camera hence the quest for greater range from the latent image.

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by mregnier View Post
    Breaking Wave
    This Bokeh was done with FocalPoint 2

    Mike
    Lovely one Mike. I did some early stuff in FocalPoint, but haven't touched it for a while. I have to get going again

    Keith

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    Another from my Sima soft focus f100, f2.0 lens

    Keith

    Very nice results with your Sima soft focus lens

    It was not yet on my list of lens brands, I mainly picked up from another forum, but added quiet a few myself. Here is the list for all the lensfreaks among us , with your Sima added.
    I don't pretend it is complete ( or right ), but it is a sort of for ever growing and changing list of brandnames.

    Michiel

    Accura
    Admiral GMC
    Aetna
    Albinar
    Alpex
    Angenieux
    Artar
    Asahi
    Asanuma
    Ashreh
    Astragon
    Astro Berlin
    Astronar (Astranar?)
    Beroflex
    Bittco
    Bushnell
    Carenar
    Carl Zeiss
    Carl Zeiss Jena
    Carsen
    Caspeco
    Celestron
    Centagon
    Centon
    Chinon
    Cosmicar
    Crestar
    DeJur
    Danubia
    Dörr
    Elicar
    Enna
    Ensinor
    Exaktar
    Eximar
    Flexomat
    Focal
    Fodor (local NL?)
    Formula-5
    Fujita/Fujitar
    Gamma
    Greens
    Hanimar
    Hanimex
    Harmony
    Helios
    Hoya
    Hugo Meyer
    Image
    Isco-Göttingen
    J. C. Penny
    Jupiter
    Juplen
    Kaligar
    Kalimar
    Kamero
    Kenlock
    Killfit
    Kino (aka Kino Precision)
    Kinor
    Kominar
    Komura
    Korea Praktica
    Kowa
    Kyoei
    Lentar
    Luxon
    Makina
    Makinon
    Makinon
    Mamiya/Sekor
    Marexar
    Mayfair/Mayfair Chelico
    Meyer- Gorlitz
    Miida (brand of Marubeni)
    Milda
    Mirage
    Mitakon
    Montgomery Ward
    Olympus
    Omintar
    Opteco
    Opticam
    Optomax
    Ozeck
    Palinar
    Pallas
    Panagor
    Paragon
    Peerotar
    Pentacon
    Pentax
    Pentor
    Petri
    Photax
    Pieskar
    Polaris
    Prinz
    Prinzgalaxy
    Promaster
    Promatic
    Proxima
    Ranger
    Raynox
    Raynox Polaris
    Revuenon
    Rexar/Rexatar
    Rexatar Auto
    Ricoh
    Riconar
    Robotar
    Rodenstock
    Rokunar
    Sankor
    Schacht
    Schneider- Kreuznach
    Sears
    Seimar
    Sicor
    Sima
    Sironar
    Soligor
    Sonnagar
    Spectra
    Spiratone
    Starblitz
    steinheil
    Sun
    Sunderland
    Suntar
    Supra Magenta
    T.M. (yes, just that)
    Tair
    Tamron
    Tele-Kinegon
    Tercon
    Tokina
    Tomioka
    Tominon
    Travenar
    Underground
    Unitar
    Universum
    Upsilon
    Varexon
    Vemar
    Vernon/Edonar
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    Weltblick
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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Very nice results with your Sima soft focus lens

    It was not yet on my list of lens brands, I mainly picked up from another forum, but added quiet a few myself. Here is the list for all the lensfreaks among us , with your Sima added.
    I don't pretend it is complete ( or right ), but it is a sort of for ever growing and changing list of brandnames.

    Michiel
    Michiel - that is fascinating, it should be a sticky on the thread (don't know how we do that) Is this list for 35mm mount only?

    Since you went on your second vacation I purchased six more lenses. Here is a shot from one of them - a Rexanon 28mm f2.8 ($39) This is a really nice lens, looks like new and is fairly sharp with a nice bokeh

    If Dan is reading this - - I also picked up my third Isco-Gottingen lens, a Westagon 50mm/f2.0 for $59 . . . . . . . . . . . from Seattle

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    Keith;
    Lens a day is coming your way

    I think most of them are 35mm lenses but also 6 x 6 lenses.
    Lot of those brandnames are manufactured by other names.
    There is not a lot of C-Mount on this list yet, the list is open for suggestions of course.

    Looking forward to your other examples from your new lenses.

    Michiel

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    Re: Breaking Wave

    Quote Originally Posted by m3photo View Post
    Hmm. I like the idea but when I see lack of punch I always say to myself that's there's more there. I'm the one who preferred the contrast added to the geese in another of your masterpieces.

    This is just my view of course but I'll share it on the forum with your permission:



    The Auto Color command is one most forgotten by "hardened" Photoshop users because it entails the dreaded "auto" prefix. I use it profusely, not always to 100% and sometimes not at all as it too misses the point sometimes, but as a check to see if there's a better version of the image's colour and contrast (yes it engulfs more than just colour balance) it's one not to be snubbed at.
    In this case I duplicated the layer, applied Auto Color and then on a mask painted a straight line across the in focus wave break with a soft black brush at 33% to bring back a touch of the green in the shadows which was too contrasty for my liking on pure "auto". The ensuing colours in the sky are simply Photoshop's way of interpreting the image as it thinks the camera saw them, the important aspect of this exercise is the overall contrast added which for me provides the "punch" I saw lacking. Much more post-processing can be done to suit all tastes of course but the Auto Color example was what I wanted to share here.
    Thanks for your thoughts Michael. I did give it a go by using Auto Color as you suggested. I ended up masking most of it out, but I kept it in the area right above the wave. I still think on this one, I like the original one. I did agree with you on the geese landing in the water. It was much better than the more subtle one that I had posted. Sometimes I wonder if these subtle colors come across on everyones monitor. I looked at this on 3 different monitors in my house and they all looked different even though they are all calibrated. The print is the real ending point. Here is my effort.

    MIke

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    Quote Originally Posted by mregnier View Post
    The print is the real ending point.
    Indeed so.
    I liked your final version best of all, I'm sure it will print beautifully.

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    1956 Takumar f2 58mm (Sonnar type)









    Last edited by kds315; 20th August 2010 at 11:52.

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    1956 Takumar f2 58mm (Sonnar type)
    These are lovely, Klaus. Number 1 is really my kind of bokeh. This is a good example of how the photographer can squeeze totally different bokehs out of the same lens to match the subject at hand.

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    Yep, actually once you know how a (your) lens behaves, one can foresee/predict the results quite well. That lens is special and quite rare, I had it once but got an irresistable offer. Now after a time of regret, I finally found me one again.

    @Dan: the white roses are awesome!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leica 77 View Post
    Hi Dan,
    This is truly one of the most beautiful bokehgraphs I have seen so far in this thread! Best, Leica 77.
    Yes count me in +

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leica 77 View Post
    Hi Dan,
    This is truly one of the most beautiful bokehgraphs I have seen so far in this thread! Best, Leica 77.
    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    These are lovely, Klaus. Number 1 is really my kind of bokeh. This is a good example of how the photographer can squeeze totally different bokehs out of the same lens to match the subject at hand.

    Keith
    And I like the last one a lot! Very nice.

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    Two from mine from today with my new (secondhand) Minolta Rokkor 85/2

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    nice lens Michiel!

    That I find extra special (Takumar f2 58mm)

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    If Dan is reading this - - I also picked up my third Isco-Gottingen lens, a Westagon 50mm/f2.0 for $59 . . . . . . . . . . . from Seattle

    Keith
    . . . . . nice pick up, post some shots when you get a moment. I bid on the occasional ISCO when I see one available but haven't had the winning bid as of yet. I have found that you have to be around when the item is nearing the closing and put in a last minute bid. Most of the time I'm not around when the auction closes . . . . .

    . . . . . patience . . . . . .


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    Re: Breaking Wave

    Quote Originally Posted by m3photo View Post
    Indeed so.
    I liked your final version best of all, I'm sure it will print beautifully.

    +1!

    I do like the subtle changes made and taking the water back to the green color.

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    1956 Takumar f2 58mm (Sonnar type)




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    Love the 'Spotted Lilly ~ Lillum henryi' with the beautiful bokeh!

    . . . . . and the Cosmos is Outstanding! Love the White Petals with the dark background and subtle blur (bokeh)!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Two from mine from today with my new (secondhand) Minolta Rokkor 85/2

    Michiel




    Michiel, Love the sharp detail and beautiful bokeh produced with your Minolta Rokkor 85/2!

    . . . . . a very nice find . . . . .

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by seakayaker View Post
    Antonio

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    Lovely portrait bokehgraph, Dan - his personality shows through

    As usual your flowers are outstanding. I like the ones with a lot of yellow, and Michiel has a couple of those as well.

    Keith

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    Keith, Klaus, & Michiel,

    Thank you for your kind words and encouragement!


    The one-year anniversary of this thread quickly approaching!


    . . . . . . and I only have been around for half of it!


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    Keith, Klaus, & Michiel,

    Thank you for your kind words and encouragement!


    The one-year anniversary of this thread quickly approaching!


    . . . . . . and I only have been around for half of it!


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    Dan - you're right, it is nearly our one year birthday. I think we need to do something special.

    What about everyone contributing their own favorite bokehgraph posted over this thread - no matter what type it is (or we could do two, although it may bust the server!) - these are ones you did yourself.

    I love looking at peoples work, but I am always tickled by what turns their personal crank

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    Dan - you're right, it is nearly our one year birthday. I think we need to do something special.

    What about everyone contributing their own favorite bokehgraph posted over this thread - no matter what type it is (or we could do two, although it may bust the server!) - these are ones you did yourself.

    I love looking at peoples work, but I am always tickled by what turns their personal crank

    Keith
    . . . . . I like the idea with perhaps the one rule is that it is a one day special on September 7, 2010! Submit your favorite two Bokehgraphs on this one day so all the favorites can be viewed in a single showing . . . . .

    . . . . . like visiting a gallery!

    Just a thought . . . . .

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by seakayaker View Post
    . . . . . I like the idea with perhaps the one rule is that it is a one day special on September 7, 2010! Submit your favorite two Bokehgraphs on this one day so all the favorites can be viewed in a single showing . . . . .

    . . . . . like visiting a gallery!

    Just a thought . . . . .

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    Dan - I agree, this would be the best idea. How do we handle time zones and people who are cruising across the international date line ? But, as the Beatles said, "We can work it out"

    Thoughts anyone - I've started to look through my images in the thread and it's going to be a tough job to pick out two - everyone will find this, there is lot's of scope in bokehgraphy

    Keith
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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    "Last Lily of Summer"

    Sima soft focus

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    Yeah, good idea ! Time for a little party

    All the best,
    Michiel

    BTW Lovely portrait, Dan! (Just in time to edit) And what a nice mysterious flower, Keith!

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    "Last Lily of Summer - 2"

    Sima soft focus

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    "Last Lily of Summer - 2"
    Sima soft focus
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    Hi Keith,
    It is a beautiful image! The title resonates very well with what has been captured. Best, Leica 77.

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Yeah, good idea ! Time for a little party
    All the best,
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    BTW Lovely portrait, Dan! (Just in time to edit) And what a nice mysterious flower, Keith!
    +100.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Yeah, good idea ! Time for a little party

    All the best,
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    BTW Lovely portrait, Dan! (Just in time to edit) And what a nice mysterious flower, Keith!
    Michiel, thank you for the kind words!


    ++1 for the beautiful bokehgraph, wonderful flower, by Keith!

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    Hi Keith,
    It is a beautiful image! The title resonates very well with what has been captured. Best, Leica 77.

    ++1!

    Love the soft lens work Keith!

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    The Marque


    GF1 with Voigtlander Nokton Aspherical 50mm f1.5 -- ISO 100 -- f1.5 -- 1/4000



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    Fuchsia with Yellow Lillies


    GF1 with Voigtlander Nokton Aspherical 50mm f1.5 -- ISO 100 -- f1.5 -- 1/4000



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    Anemones


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    very nine ones Dan!

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    Some long distance building bokeh with the Minolta Mirror Rokkor 250/5.6

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    . . . . . rain on and off from last evening through early morning hours.


    Daisies


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    Sunflower


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    G1, Zeiss 50mm f/1.5 C-Sonnar T* ZM, ISO 100, @ f/1.5

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