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    Nice one Brian - I like the colors and shapes

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    Lumix G2, PL 45mm, f/2.8

    Cropped and exported to jpg, no other post.

    I think the lens signature here gets overwhelmed by the sensor noise. In this case, I suspect the lens outperforms the sensor, in traditional terms.

    No a particularly interesting bokehograph, but an interesting interaction of the sensor and lens on a bokeh.

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    Helianthus tuberosus ("Jerusalem Artichoke" or Topinambur) shot using Quartz Soft Focus lens in yesterdays evening sun. That flower has some hidden properties, only insects and few animals can see; more here: http://photographyoftheinvisibleworl...hot-using.html


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    Dan, Jerry, Leica et. al. - wonderful inspiring shots!!

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    Another (unknown to me) Helianthus variety... (the BG flowers are white but the OOF CA of that simple lens makes them appear blue)


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    Wet leaf

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    Quote Originally Posted by arpoador View Post
    Lumix G2, PL 45mm, f/2.8

    Cropped and exported to jpg, no other post.

    I think the lens signature here gets overwhelmed by the sensor noise. In this case, I suspect the lens outperforms the sensor, in traditional terms.

    No a particularly interesting bokehograph, but an interesting interaction of the sensor and lens on a bokeh.
    I like this picture a lot - mainly because of composition and color. I am not conscious of noise in this image - viewing it on the web
    I think that in bokehgraphy you have to face noise head-on and make it work for you in your final picture. I have done this a lot with the images I've posted.

    Well done

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    Wet leaf

    Nothing much to say about this one, other than it is beautiful

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    Interesting contributions everyone!

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    - Plants and donuts -

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    [QUOTE=kds315;245047]Now sth very different, a 100 year old Meyer Goerlitz Schnellarbeiter (= quick worker) Atelier uncoated brass lens f3 135mm (Petzval type) and a still life shot fully open.

    "Roses wilting" ... Autum is approaching...

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    Klaus

    This one struck me the first time I saw it - seems like a perfect fit between subject and lens
    I had an anniversary yesterday, so we have some roses that are now at their peak. When they give up the ghost, I'm going to try the Klaus approach.......now, which lens would I use to do that? Two come to mind

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Interesting contributions everyone!

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    - Plants and donuts -

    G1 + Minolta Rokkor 250/5.6
    Wow - there is a lot to take in here

    The bokeh is derived from an image that is not related to the subject. I'm sure we all have done this by accident, but it holds out a lot of possibilities

    Keith

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    i know i posted this already on the street thread... but think it fits here too



    death of a stool pigeon by kevinparis, on Flickr

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    very nice ones guys indeed!

    @Keith: Happy belated anniversary then! This was not a "Klaus" approach, rather some old style still life concept I had applied, using a many generations old lens to match the desired image (actually I matched the scenery to the lens to be honest...). I'm looking forward to seeing yours!!

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    Wet rose



    Too strange



    The wet spot

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    Quote Originally Posted by kevinparis View Post
    i know i posted this already on the street thread... but think it fits here too



    death of a stool pigeon by kevinparis, on Flickr
    Hi Kevin

    I saw this one in the other thread, and to me, as an animal lover it is packed with emotion. Seems like the two figures in the bokeh are looking on in sympathy.

    Love the tonality and the bokeh

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    thanks keith

    funny though - i see the two figures in the background as the killers of the pigeon walking away - for some reason the picture to me evokes the old british movie with Michael Caine - Get Carter

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    Quote Originally Posted by kevinparis View Post
    i know i posted this already on the street thread... but think it fits here too



    death of a stool pigeon by kevinparis, on Flickr
    Not to say this is a "nice picture", but it is emotional intriging to stop and focus - from this angle- at the shortcomings of life.
    And the bokeh is good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    Wow - there is a lot to take in here

    The bokeh is derived from an image that is not related to the subject. I'm sure we all have done this by accident, but it holds out a lot of possibilities

    Keith
    Hi Keith,

    Those were bikes in the background in the late sunlight and the wheels stimulated the donut bokeh from the mirrorlens.

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    Nothing much to say about this one, other than it is beautiful.
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    +200. Excellent Capture, Klaus!

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    Another (unknown to me) Helianthus variety... (the BG flowers are white but the OOF CA of that simple lens makes them appear blue)

    Hi Klaus,
    Beautiful soft bokeh!

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    Wow - there is a lot to take in here
    The bokeh is derived from an image that is not related to the subject. I'm sure we all have done this by accident, but it holds out a lot of possibilities
    Keith
    Hi Michiel,
    I always enjoy looking at the donut-shape bokeh.

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    "Morning Dew Take 2". G1 + IGW f1,9.


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    "Morning Dew Take 3". G1 + ISCO GOTTINGEN EDIXA - ISCOTAR 50MM F2,8.


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    Beautiful Leica! (Technically the second shot bokeh stands for a bad corrected lens - but who cares!!)

    Autumn is here, the shadows are getting longer...



    but the sky is still wonderful to see ...



    even if the leaves are starting to fall and my heart starts to say goodbye to summer...

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    [QUOTE=Leica 77;246528]"Morning Dew Take 2". G1 + IGW f1,9.

    Very nice one Leica77!

    @ Klaus; beautiful serie with nice poetry

    @ M5-Guy; Nice composition and colours, looks like a kindergarten.

    Michiel

    Here is one from today, sunday, when I had to get a root canal treatment at the dentist.
    Didn't make me feel any better yet so I thought I do something with happy colours to comfort myself.



    - Cotton flowers -

    G1 + Canon FL 35/2.5

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    Love the pastel colors of that OLD Canon FL 35/2.5!
    Beautiful rendering for nature stuff. The OOF areas have a cool look to them.

    Thanks for kind words. It was a bunch of chairs nailed to a large base, that was set up on it's end.

    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post

    Here is one from today, sunday, when I had to get a root canal treatment at the dentist.
    Didn't make me feel any better yet so I thought I do something with happy colours to comfort myself.



    - Cotton flowers -

    G1 + Canon FL 35/2.5

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    This topic continues going stronger and stronger ...
    Congrats to all the participants

    Here's one I shot this morning with the G1 and the newly acquired Leitz Hektor 125/2.5



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    Quote Originally Posted by f6cvalkyrie View Post
    This topic continues going stronger and stronger ...
    Congrats to all the participants

    Here's one I shot this morning with the G1 and the newly acquired Leitz Hektor 125/2.5



    C U,
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    Wow! Raphael! Quiet a lens, sharp and with beautiful OOF area. Looks like the older lenses have that special charactar.
    Congrats with your purchase!

    Michiel

    @ M5-Guy; Thank you!

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    panaleica 25/1.4



    Atomic Bokeh by kevinparis, on Flickr

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Wow! Raphael! Quiet a lens, sharp and with beautiful OOF area. Looks like the older lenses have that special charactar.
    Congrats with your purchase!

    Michiel
    Thanks, Michiel, your cotton flowers are very nice too !

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Here is one from my newly acquired Steinheil Munchen Auto-Quinon 55/1.9

    I like this lens, but it has a quiet bokeh.

    This was taken at f1.9 - I have a couple more

    Keith

    PS: I don't know what this flower is but its smell is wonderful - a little like Lilac


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    Also from the Steinheil

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

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    Also from the Steinheil
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    Hi Keith,
    I like both images! Where it is in focus, it is super sharp with this one. The quiet soft bokeh is very nice with the first one!

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    Thanks Leica - I think this is a good lens, and very cheap (low cost)

    One more (again wide open)

    Keith



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    Just Stunning
    Didn't know of that lens....
    EDIT:
    Found one on eBay for $749. BIN


    Quote Originally Posted by f6cvalkyrie View Post
    This topic continues going stronger and stronger ...
    Congrats to all the participants

    Here's one I shot this morning with the G1 and the newly acquired Leitz Hektor 125/2.5



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    Last edited by M5-Guy; 19th September 2010 at 14:51.

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    Quote Originally Posted by M5-Guy View Post
    Just Stunning

    Found one on eBay for $749. BIN
    Thanks, M5-Guy !
    Bought mine from a belgian Ebay seller, for a little bit less, but it is absolutely like new !!!

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    A pair of lenses having joined my "stable" in the last weeks and one being on the road,
    I tought it was time for an update on my F(lower)L(ens)AD(ay) project.

    So I gladly present

    Rafael's FLAD #27, G1 with Meade 1000mm f11 Mirror Lens



    Not the sharpest of lenses, but still a nice bokeh for a mirror-lens, I think

    Stay tuned for more,
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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    Thanks Leica - I think this is a good lens, and very cheap (low cost)

    One more (again wide open)

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    The lens does isolate the leaf nicely with good soft bokeh

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    @ Rafael; Looking forward to your renewed FLAD project. Good start

    One from the fountain.

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by kevinparis View Post
    panaleica 25/1.4



    Atomic Bokeh by kevinparis, on Flickr
    Kevin - this one is dear to my heart. I did 10 years of Physics before I figured out another way to go.

    Looks like I can see the photographer in the central ball - love to see you post these larger - go for broke at 1200 pixels

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    This is with the Oly Zuiko 150mm/f4

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    Wow! This thread has legs Well done everyone.

    Keith has inspired me to dig through some archived Steinheil lens photos and since I don't post as often as I'd like here are three images. These two lenses rank among my favourites. Is your 55/1.9 lens silver with a silver (some are black) stop-down lever, Keith?

    Steinheil Munchen Auto-D-Tele-Quinar 55/1.9 with E-PL1


    Steinheil Munchen Auto-D-Tele-Quinar 55/1.9 with E-PL1


    Steinheil Munchen Auto-D-Tele-Quinar 135/2.8 with E-PL1

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    Hi Winkel

    This is my Steinheil - your pics show that it is a wonderful lens for bokehgraphy. And that is my experience in the earlydays of using it

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    Quote Originally Posted by f6cvalkyrie View Post
    A pair of lenses having joined my "stable" in the last weeks and one being on the road,
    I tought it was time for an update on my F(lower)L(ens)AD(ay) project.

    So I gladly present

    Rafael's FLAD #27, G1 with Meade 1000mm f11 Mirror Lens



    Not the sharpest of lenses, but still a nice bokeh for a mirror-lens, I think

    Stay tuned for more,
    Rafael
    Raf
    So glad that you are doing the second phase of your project. With fall coming on will you have enough subjects? Everyone has been waiting for this.

    For most or my photographic life I have been concerned with sharpness. But sharpness does not always do the best for the image.

    Love the mirror lens

    Keith

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    Michiel - I had a similar experience today with the dentist. All I can say is that dentistry has improved a lot since I was a kid.

    I love the colors and composition in this one

    Keith

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leica 77 View Post
    "Morning Dew Take 2". G1 + IGW f1,9.

    Here is one from today, sunday, when I had to get a root canal treatment at the dentist.
    Didn't make me feel any better yet so I thought I do something with happy colours to comfort myself.
    - Cotton flowers -

    G1 + Canon FL 35/2.5

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    Raf
    So glad that you are doing the second phase of your project. With fall coming on will you have enough subjects? Everyone has been waiting for this.
    For most or my photographic life I have been concerned with sharpness. But sharpness does not always do the best for the image.

    Love the mirror lens

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    Hi Keith,

    Thanks for your comment !

    I still have a few flowers in the garden, but, you're right, it's now or next year

    As for sharpness, I have been shooting "unsharp" pictures every now and then, they were called the "non-keepers". But, thanks to this topic, I look at them with a different eye, and sometimes find the beauty of unsharpness

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Here's the second lens of the pair that found it's way to my home recently.

    Rafael's FLAD #28, G1 with Leitz Hektor 125/2.5



    I could buy this lens, that usually is quite expensive for a good price,
    and in an "as new" shape from a seller in Belgium.
    Very glad I spent a few hundreds of dollars


    Now, I have to wait for the next lens to arrive from France,
    and the adapter from HongKong.


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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by Winkel View Post
    Wow! This thread has legs Well done everyone.

    Keith has inspired me to dig through some archived Steinheil lens photos and since I don't post as often as I'd like here are three images. These two lenses rank among my favourites. Is your 55/1.9 lens silver with a silver (some are black) stop-down lever, Keith?


    Steinheil Munchen Auto-D-Tele-Quinar 135/2.8 with E-PL1
    Very good one Jim!
    Love the atmosphere and the sort of naked old body in the background

    Michiel

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