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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by f6cvalkyrie View Post
    As a tribute to my FLAD project, here's a flower bokehgraph I shot in Russia approx 1 month ago, with the G1 and a Micro-Nikkor 105/2.8



    Congrats to the topic starter and all the participants !!

    C U,
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    Rafael, thanks for the wonderful Bokehgraph!

    I have enjoyed all of your FLAD shots over the past few months!

    . . . . . keep 'em coming!

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by Leica 77 View Post
    Bekeh Thread -- First Anniversary Celebration -- Image #2



    For sure, I can certainly relate to what Michiel mentioned, "When I take a photograph spontaneously, often the first one is the best." The above image (No. 197 in this thread) was posted shortly after the creation of this thread in September, 2009. The image shows OOF blue bottles (+ 1 tall stemmed glass) behind translucent ground glass panels. The translucent ground glass served as if it was an externally placed extra-element of the kit lens. Once again, congratulations to all of you, and especially, to our Mentor Keith!

    Leica, I love the shot! Simple & Beautiful, wonderful capture of the blue bottles and the one tall stemmed glass, nice catch . . . . .

    . . . . . this was posted seven months before I found GetDPI.com and subsequently the Bokeh Thread. It has been a blast since then, and congratulations to you, and as you said, "and especially, to our Mentor Keith!"


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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    Here is my second one

    When Mike Regnier discovered the bokeh thread, his pictures always had an element of "in focus" and his belief is that the viewer needs some sharpness to grapple with the image. His early contributions used the Lensbaby, and this turned me on to tilt adapters.

    Here is my dog picture taken with my Pentax 50/1.4 plus Italian Tilt adapter.

    I was in Ibiza, just walking around and I came across the guy and his dog. They seemed so at home together. His master wanted to keep an eye on him and gave him a very long lead. I adjusted the tilt to try to get the focus on both of them. I would like a dog like that, but I have to settle with Benny the Bengal

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    Keith this absolutely one of my favorite bokehgraphs! This one along with a bokehgraph that you submitted titled "Square in Cadiz!"




    Thanks for all your efforts to keep the bokeh thread alive and well!

    HAPPY BIRTHDAY!


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    Quote Originally Posted by mregnier View Post
    Bokeh Birthday Choice 1

    Thanks for starting this thread Keith. It is what got me started posting images to the forum. Before Bokeh, I was just a looker.
    This is one of my favorites because it is so different from what I usually do and it got me back into the mode of shooting out of focus which is easy to do with micro 4/3rds and manual focus lenses wide open! Just kidding.

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    Beautiful Bokehgraph Mike!

    It is an awesome shot . . . . . Love the colors and the bokeh circles!

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Sitting here and thought I would quickly review the bokehgraphs submitted throughout the day . . . . . look up and its midnight . . . . . tomorrow is going to be another long day . . . . .

    Well this years Birthday Party is over for me . . . . .

    . . . . . Might as well get year 2 started with a new bokehgraph on the books.


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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Was to late for my second contribution.
    Good to see some more really good ones which I was missing from Keith, Mike, Leica77 and Dan!

    So here is a new one from a few days ago.

    Michiel

    - Passing by -

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    WOW, another one joined the Kinoptik-club!! Great ones Dan!! Plain wonderful!!
    Last edited by kds315; 8th September 2010 at 10:29.

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    Agree with you here, Klaus. This one is stunning. Is this one of the x-ray lenses?

    Keith
    Well seen Keith, this IS one of my (converted) Xray lenses!
    Outstanding bokehgraphs the two you posted!!

    Michel Regnier: that is a great one, like that turquoise color a lot!

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by seakayaker View Post
    Cosmos


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    Dan - that is beautiful

    How did you squeeze that lens into the budget? It took me months of strategy to get my kinoptik.

    Looking forward to what is to come.

    Keith

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    Dan - that is beautiful

    How did you squeeze that lens into the budget? It took me months of strategy to get my kinoptik.

    Looking forward to what is to come.

    Keith

    Keith, thank you for your kind words, they are appreciated.

    I enjoyed the photo/bokehgraphs that have been posted by Klaus, yourself, and others using a Kinoptik lens. I have come to appreciate that there are a few lens that I would like to have in the camera bag. With some advise from a mutual friend I was pointed to a couple of opportunities. The first one I passed on, the second one I made an offer that was acceptable to both parties.


    . . . . . as far as budget goes . . . . .


    I'm afraid I fell for the GetDPI Creed . . . . .


    "Buy Now Explain Later"


    I am enjoying how close you can get to the subject with this lens to focus, the colors, sharp detail and bokeh that the lens produces are quite nice.

    Hopefully more good things will follow . . . . .

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    Hi Dan

    All I can say is WOW

    You should do a pay per view to get some return on that Kinoptik. Isn't the bokeh wonderful?

    Are you making any of your flower images into big prints?

    Keith

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Was to late for my second contribution.
    Good to see some more really good ones which I was missing from Keith, Mike, Leica77 and Dan!

    So here is a new one from a few days ago.

    Michiel

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    G1 + Minolta Rokkor 250/5.6
    Michiel - I love this one

    Super composition with that negative space thing - meets the criteria for "I gotta keep looking at this"

    Keith

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

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    Dahlias

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    Hi Dan,
    This image is one of the most beautiful images in this thread. Keith is quite right about what he said, "You should do a pay per view to get some return on that Kinoptik. Isn't the bokeh wonderful?" ...

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    Here is my last one ...
    This was taken through a bus window in Montevideo with rain coming down in buckets - but I like it
    Keith
    Hi Keith,

    Looking back quite a few contributions posted by many talented bokeh enthusiasts during the past year, this particular image of yours certainly stands out. When you posted this image initially, I was most impressed by your skill to make the statue come alive. The head of the horse is moving and the legs are in motion as well. This image is magical to my eyes .

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by Leica 77 View Post
    Hi Keith,

    Looking back quite a few contributions posted by many talented bokeh enthusiasts during the past year, this particular image of yours certainly stands out. When you posted this image initially, I was most impressed by your skill to make the statue come alive. The head of the horse is moving and the legs are in motion as well. This image is magical to my eyes .
    Leica

    Thank you - it's also one of my top favorites

    I think it came out that way because of the magic of rain, moving buses, and windows
    When I returned from that trip, I didn't even look at this. But with all the inspiration from the thread I processed it. It is a straight bokeh and no blending.

    After this experience, I never throw any of my images away

    Keith

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    Leica, Michiel, and Keith, thank you for the kind words and encouragement! It is appreciated . . . . .


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    Quote Originally Posted by Leica 77 View Post
    Hi Keith,

    Looking back quite a few contributions posted by many talented bokeh enthusiasts during the past year, this particular image of yours certainly stands out. When you posted this image initially, I was most impressed by your skill to make the statue come alive. The head of the horse is moving and the legs are in motion as well. This image is magical to my eyes .

    Thanks Keith for the beautiful bokehgraph!

    . . . . . and thank you Leica for your review, your description certainly made me go back for a second viewing and saw the magic that you described . . . . .


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    a series of wonderful ones Dan! That lens is a gem IMHO. Never understood why our J. ditched his...but well, tastes are different.

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    A few using my Kinoptik 2/32mm (more in a separate thread here) still amazes me, because of

    ... THAT bokeh



    ... THESE colors



    ... THAT BG separation



    ... THAT sharpness

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    Klaus, beautiful bokehgraphs!

    . . . . . wonderful shots, thanks for sharing . . . . .



    Loving my Kinoptik 25/2 . . . . .


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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by seakayaker View Post
    Klaus, beautiful bokehgraphs!

    . . . . . wonderful shots, thanks for sharing . . . . .



    Loving my Kinoptik 25/2 . . . . .


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    OK that does it - I'm taking my Kinoptik out this afternoon before everything is covered in autumn leaves

    Well done Klaus and Dan

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    yeah, let's do a KINOPTIK bonanza!! Dan had inspired me actually to take mine out...

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    Beach Bokeh

    No Kinoptik.
    A good lens for a G1 IMO is the 105mm Nikkor.

    f/2.5




    f/4


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    Re: Beach Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by m3photo View Post
    No Kinoptik.
    A good lens for a G1 IMO is the 105mm Nikkor.

    Lovely classic bokehgraphs, Michael. Starbursts by the sea always attracted me when I got into photography in my teens

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Kinoptik 25/2.0

    "Fading Flowers of Summer"

    I am in awe of this lens. I'm almost afraid to use it, in case I mess it up. The ultimate bokegraphy lens, for sure

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    Lovely classic bokehgraphs, Michael. Starbursts by the sea always attracted me when I got into photography in my teens

    Keith
    ++1!


    Excellent shots Michael with wonderful Bokeh! Nicely Done!

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Is this the Kinoptik society, or what?
    Gentlemen, these lenses are stunning! Well done.

    But I am not gonne buy one for the prices I see them passing by
    There is a matter of fact I am not going to buy any lens at all. ( for a while )

    Michiel

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    Kinoptik 25/2.0

    "Fading Flowers of Summer"

    I am in awe of this lens. I'm almost afraid to use it, in case I mess it up. The ultimate bokegraphy lens, for sure

    Keith


    Beautiful shot Keith! . . . . . it is a bokeh machine!

    Work has been crazy this week and have only had the opportunity for a couple of short time periods in the evening to use the Kinoptik. Looking forward to spending more time with the lens this weekend!

    At times I can truly understand how a person can just stick with one or two lens . . . . .


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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Is this the Kinoptik society, or what?
    Gentlemen, these lenses are stunning! Well done.

    But I am not gonne buy one for the prices I see them passing by
    There is a matter of fact I am not going to buy any lens at all. ( for a while )

    Michiel
    Hey Michiel

    Maybe the folks here could councel you through this dark period in your life. I bought a couple of lenses for $20 each this morning

    Keith
    Last edited by woodmancy; 10th September 2010 at 14:35.

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Is this the Kinoptik society, or what?
    Gentlemen, these lenses are stunning! Well done.
    Michiel
    Gentlemen,
    +200. As Keith says, it could well be or is the ultimate bokeh lens! I will definitely put it on my wish list!

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    Quote Originally Posted by seakayaker View Post
    Beautiful shot Keith! . . . . . it is a bokeh machine!
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    Gentlemen,
    +300!

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    Verbena


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    Olympus OM 50mm f/3.5



    This is one of the first pix I took with my E-P2. At that point I had the kitzoom, an OM adapter, and two lenses that I still had left over from the '70's. This was one of them.

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    Hey Michiel

    Maybe the folks here could councel you through this dark period in your life. I bought a couple of lenses for $20 each this morning

    Keith
    At Lensoholic Anonymous they told me; "no more then 1 lens a week!"

    So I am set for three weeks. Three Canon FL lenses 37,50 the lot in mint condition. Took me a while to get them fit on my adapter, but it works.




    G1 + Canon FL 85/1.8

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    At Lensoholic Anonymous they told me; "no more then 1 lens a week!"

    So I am set for three weeks. Three Canon FL lenses 37,50 the lot in mint condition. Took me a while to get them fit on my adapter, but it works.

    G1 + Canon FL 85/1.8[/CENTER]
    Thats a good "fix", Miciel - should last a while.

    Lovely image from the 85mm

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    Re: Rain Through Windows

    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post

    This was taken through a bus window in Montevideo with rain coming down in buckets - but I like it

    Keith

    Following on with your image, which together with many is also one of my favourites, I took this one also from a bus (the N 10 from King's Cross to Hammersmith to be precise), on a pedestrian crossing somewhere between Knightsbridge and the Royal Albert Hall. Quite plainly; it was also raining buckets:

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    Re: Youth

    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    Lovely classic bokehgraphs, Michael. Starbursts by the sea always attracted me when I got into photography in my teens

    Keith
    Why thank you Keith. This means I'm still a youngster at heart then.

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    Re: Rain Through Windows

    Quote Originally Posted by m3photo View Post
    Following on with your image, which together with many is also one of my favourites, I took this one also from a bus (the N 10 from King's Cross to Hammersmith to be precise), on a pedestrian crossing somewhere between Knightsbridge and the Royal Albert Hall. Quite plainly; it was also raining buckets:

    Very nice one Michael! A true mixture of a waterballet and bokeh.

    Michiel

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    Great stuff in this thread. I must admit, as I was taking this photograph, I was thinking of this thread.

    GF-1 45/2.8


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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    Thats a good "fix", Miciel - should last a while.

    Lovely image from the 85mm

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    Michiel, beautiful bokehgraph!


    I disagree with Keith, from what I know of you this fix will only calm you down for a few days. Your wife is going to have to keep a close eye on you . . . . .


    . . . . . you may not be happy until you have enough lenses to complete 'APADWADLFAY' . . . . .


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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by arpoador View Post
    Olympus OM 50mm f/3.5



    This is one of the first pix I took with my E-P2. At that point I had the kitzoom, an OM adapter, and two lenses that I still had left over from the '70's. This was one of them.

    Arpoador, welcome to the bokeh thread . . . .

    Love the detail and the soft blur bokeh produced with you one of your legacy lenses!

    . . . . . keep 'em coming!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Very nice one Michael! A true mixture of a waterballet and bokeh.

    Michiel
    ++1!

    Michael this is a wonderful bokehgraph, love the colors, a great shot to view, I can hear the pounding and feel the rain!

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    Quote Originally Posted by biglouis View Post
    Great stuff in this thread. I must admit, as I was taking this photograph, I was thinking of this thread.

    GF-1 45/2.8

    Louis, a beautiful shot, sharp edges on the flower, the water drops and the soft blur bokeh!

    The 45/2.8 continues to impress . . . . . perhaps someday . . . . .


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    COSMOS


    GF1 with Kinoptik Paris Apochromat 25mm f2 -- ISO 100 -- f2 -- 1/2500



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    You seem to get vignetting Dan - did you take the sunshade off (it needs to be shortened!)?

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