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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Very good one Jim!
    Love the atmosphere and the sort of naked old body in the background

    Michiel
    Hey Michiel - that could be me, although I swear I was wearing a raincoat.

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Another Oly 150mm image

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    I am just trying to save on scroll time... 50% images always on the flickr site

    cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    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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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    This one got my attention
    Wonderful detail and OOF areas. I like the almost BW look too..Natural I'm sure.
    Do you find a long lens (Like the 150mm), difficult to focus on the G1? That is: with all the movement the slightest camera movement.

    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    This is with the Oly Zuiko 150mm/f4

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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

    Keith
    Very nice - yours appears to be the third version (of four) whereas mine is the second and in noticeably worse shape. I must say, the stop-down lever is a bit of a pain so I shoot wide open 99% of the time.

    I look forward to seeing more examples from this lens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    Hey Michiel - that could be me, although I swear I was wearing a raincoat.

    Keith
    So you were the strange man lurking amongst our yarrow.

    Raincoat or not as long as you remain bokeh'ized I'm happy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by M5-Guy View Post
    This one got my attention
    Wonderful detail and OOF areas. I like the almost BW look too..Natural I'm sure.
    Do you find a long lens (Like the 150mm), difficult to focus on the G1? That is: with all the movement the slightest camera movement.
    Hi M5-Guy

    These Oly Zuiko long focus lenses feel like they were designed for M4/3, which they almost were (1/2 frame image roughly the same size as the M4/3 sensor) - they are very small and easy to hand hold.

    I try to shoot with the highest speed possible and I am trying now not to recompose the image when leaving magnified focus. I get it the best magnified focus I can and then just press the button.

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    I guess most people on this thread will already know about the newly announced Fuji x100.

    Now bokehgraphers can use a rangefinder style camera without the need for an external EVF

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    Carl Meyer Videostigmat f1.0 1.5" (38mm), shot fully open... (there is a sep. thread for that high speed 1954 lens I just got)


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    Nice sunny day.

    - Cheers -

    G1 + Sankor 135/2.8

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    Another one.

    - At the sunny bar -

    G1 + Sankor 135/2.8

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    Quote Originally Posted by kds315 View Post
    Carl Meyer Videostigmat f1.0 1.5" (38mm), shot fully open... (there is a sep. thread for that high speed 1954 lens I just got)

    I think this one is my favorite from the series in the other thread, Klaus.

    That is certainly a fun lens

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    Thanks Keith, mine too!

    Indeed a fun lens to use! Here more "bokelishous" of that f1.0 Videostigmat lens:






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    Intensive evening autumn colors @f1.0


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    Quote Originally Posted by kds315 View Post
    Intensive evening autumn colors @f1.0
    Wow!

    Klaus, you've got me lusting after this lens! Dare I ask how it handles portraits?

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    Thanks Jim, well I have portraits, but no allowance to show them, as my "model" does not want me to ... the lens certainly is not the reason Maybe I ask my grown up kids to pose for me ...

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    This is taken with my Sima 100mm, f2 soft focus lens

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Another one from the Sima 100mm f2 Soft Focus Lens

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    More for the soft focus section.

    - Snail -


    - Late lilly -

    G1 + Special combination

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    And one more.

    - Late butt -

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Michiel

    What is this "special combination" ?

    Remember that we are all friends, but in the end we will steal your stuff

    These are lovely.

    Keith

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    Quote Originally Posted by Winkel View Post
    Wow!

    Klaus, you've got me lusting after this lens! Dare I ask how it handles portraits?

    Jim
    Here ya go...



    @Michiel: very nice ones! Also interested what this >>special combination<< is... (a close-up diopter lens?)

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    You want me to reveal all my secrets

    Just plane simple a 3x tele converter with in this case a Pentacon 50/1.8
    You loose on sharpness but you gain a lot on bokeh.
    It does work really well for interesting bokeh.

    This converter came with a lousy Steinheil Cassarit 50/2.8 standard lens, which is also very dirty inside. Can't get the front element off, to clean it.

    - Family of the cauliflower -

    G1 + 3x Teleconverter + Pentacon 50/1.8

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    You want me to reveal all my secrets

    Just plane simple a 3x tele converter with in this case a Pentacon 50/1.8
    You loose on sharpness but you gain a lot on bokeh.
    It does work really well for interesting bokeh.

    This converter came with a lousy Steinheil Cassarit 50/2.8 standard lens, which is also very dirty inside. Can't get the front element off, to clean it.

    - Family of the cauliflower -

    G1 + 3x Teleconverter + Pentacon 50/1.8
    Michiel

    I'm going to steal your stuff - as I have many times in the past. That bokeh behind the sedum is something to behold. As long as you keep trail blazing, us followers will boost the sales of used photo equipment across the globe.

    Keith

    Here is another from my Sima soft focus - these are my anniversary roses one week later

    "White Roses Dying"

    Hope you can see them - this is like a dirty old oil painting


    Last edited by woodmancy; 27th September 2010 at 12:58.

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    Now, that is an assume cat !
    Quote Originally Posted by kds315 View Post
    Here ya go...



    @Michiel: very nice ones! Also interested what this >>special combination<< is... (a close-up diopter lens?)

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    Drinking a cup of thee after collecting an old box full a Ihagee Dresden stuff, manuals, old films, an ext. tube, filters, a little Zeiss Jena Proxar 2x28,5 lens (anyone who knows how I can make use of this close up lens?) and more stuff + a Komura 135/3.5 and an Accura 35/2.8 lens with nice hoods. Both lenses in good condition. € 25-- One of my better days

    This lens focusses as close as 20 cm.


    - Thea -

    G1 + Accura 35/2.8 @ 400 iso

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Drinking a cup of thee after collecting an old box full a Ihagee Dresden stuff, manuals, old films, an ext. tube, filters, a little Zeiss Jena Proxar 2x28,5 lens (anyone who knows how I can make use of this close up lens?) and more stuff + a Komura 135/3.5 and an Accura 35/2.8 lens with nice hoods. Both lenses in good condition. € 25-- One of my better days

    This lens focusses as close as 20 cm.
    Michiel - seems like we are in synch

    The UPS man bought me a box after hours today - he said you always seem so enthusiastic to get your parcels ( I call him Santa Claus)

    This time we have a Schacht Travegon 135/4.5 for $10 - but with a "frozen focus" - I need to get in there.

    A mint Schacht 135/4.5 Albinar for $50, and a Steinheil Culminar 135/4.5 near mint in a wonderful leather case for $50

    Now I have 135's coming out of my ears - need to slow down

    Keith

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    Michiel - seems like we are in synch

    The UPS man bought me a box after hours today - he said you always seem so enthusiastic to get your parcels ( I call him Santa Claus)

    This time we have a Schacht Travegon 135/4.5 for $10 - but with a "frozen focus" - I need to get in there.

    A mint Schacht 135/4.5 Albinar for $50, and a Steinheil Culminar 135/4.5 near mint in a wonderful leather case for $50

    Now I have 135's coming out of my ears - need to slow down

    Keith
    Keith - What would second hand world trade do without us

    I got also a Schacht 135/3.5 a black/zebra model. That Steinheil sounds interesting too.

    There must be millions of 135's out there. BTW I red somewhere that those leather cases can stimulate the forming of fungus in a lens due to its animal substance.
    I always leave them out because of this. Some of those cases are completly pulverised on the inside anyway.
    So now I have a seperate collection of leather cases

    Cheers, Michiel

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    So now I have a seperate collection of leather cases
    Hi Michiel,

    isn't that a good subject for a bokehgraph ?

    C U
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    so lunchtime will go to shooting with that "monster" Enna Muenchen Tele-Ennalyt 400/4.5
    that came in from France last week (@ 100 Euro, mint condition)
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    It was quite fortuitous to see a number of children blowing bubbles last weekend. "Bubbles Take One". G1 + IGW 50mm, f1,9.


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    "Bubbles Take Two". G1 + IGW 50mm, f1,9.


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    "Bubbles Take Three". G1 + IGW 50mm, f1,9.


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    Hi Leica77,

    Good find and lovely images; the soap bubbles combinded with the bokeh bubbles!
    I am gonna steal this subject from you , if you don't mind

    All the best,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Hi Leica77,

    Good find and lovely images; the soap bubbles combinded with the bokeh bubbles!
    I am gonna steal this subject from you , if you don't mind

    All the best,
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    +3 million

    What a wonderful idea to include real bubbles into the bokeh!!

    I think I may steal it too

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    Quote Originally Posted by f6cvalkyrie View Post
    Hi Michiel,

    isn't that a good subject for a bokehgraph ?

    C U
    Rafael
    whose Exakta/µ4/3 adapter came in half an hour ago,
    so lunchtime will go to shooting with that "monster" Enna Muenchen Tele-Ennalyt 400/4.5
    that came in from France last week (@ 100 Euro, mint condition)
    Raf - where are the pictures? - looks like you got a good deal

    Keith

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    The last new lens for this year

    (I think so, my SWMBO orders so, but we all know better, don't we ....)

    Rafael's FLAD #29, G1 with ENNA München Tele-Ennalyt 400/4.5



    Very heavy lens, I'm about at the max of what my tripod can handle.
    So, maybe it was the last lens, but, I need a new tripod

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    Nice pix everyone, some of these older lenses have got loads of character. I love the soft, swirly bokeh and sharp center from the Videostigmat.

    Here's a shot from a Nikkor AIS 50/1.8 shot wide open on a GF1. Surprisingly it's not as sharp on the M4/3 body compared to an APS-C Nikon, certainly not as sharp as the Panasonic 20/1.7, and it also has a glow under certain kinds of lighting. It's pretty good for a small and fast tele though


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    Quote Originally Posted by radatax View Post
    Nice pix everyone, some of these older lenses have got loads of character. I love the soft, swirly bokeh and sharp center from the Videostigmat.

    Here's a shot from a Nikkor AIS 50/1.8 shot wide open on a GF1. Surprisingly it's not as sharp on the M4/3 body compared to an APS-C Nikon, certainly not as sharp as the Panasonic 20/1.7, and it also has a glow under certain kinds of lighting. It's pretty good for a small and fast tele though

    Very nice image, radatax - that Nikkor has an intesting bokeh

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Hi Leica77,
    Good find and lovely images; the soap bubbles combinded with the bokeh bubbles!
    I am gonna steal this subject from you , if you don't mind
    All the best,
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    Hi Michiel,
    Thank you very much for your kind comments! Taking the images of soap bubbles was a lot of fun. Fast shutter speeds were used as the bubbles flew so fast owing to the strong wind.

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    +3 million
    What a wonderful idea to include real bubbles into the bokeh!!
    I think I may steal it too
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    Hi Keith,
    Many thanks for your kind comments. The autumn sun was behind the big trees and created some good bokeh through the leaves. As I mentioned to Michiel, it was a lot of fun taking the images of these real bubbles.

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    This is a new lens for me: Kodak Cine Ektar 63mm, f2.0

    This is wide open at 1/30s, iso100

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    Kodak Cine Ektar 63mm, f2.0

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    Same lens - this has some camera shake, but the bokeh is interesting

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    . . . . .a lot of wonderful bokehgraphs to view in the thread since I left for a road trip two weeks ago!

    Look forward to having the time to review a little closer over the next few days!


    White & Yellow Flowers


    GF1 with Kinoptik Paris Apochromat 25mm f2 -- ISO 100 -- f2 -- 1/1300


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    Quote Originally Posted by seakayaker View Post
    . . . . .a lot of wonderful bokehgraphs to view in the thread since I left for a road trip two weeks ago!

    Look forward to having the time to review a little closer over the next few days!


    White & Yellow Flowers

    GF1 with Kinoptik Paris Apochromat 25mm f2 -- ISO 100 -- f2 -- 1/1300


    Life is Grand!

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    Welcome back, Dan - glad you haven't lost your touch. Beautiful bokehgraph in my favorite yellow theme

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    Catching the last rays of today... @f1.0










    Carl Meyer Videostigmat f1.0 1.5" (38mm) on Lumix GH1
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    Wonderful bubbles Leica77 and super colors esp. #1!!

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    Wonderful bubbles Leica77 and super colors esp. #1!!
    Hi Doc Klaus,
    Thanks so much for your positive comments. Your images above are quite beautiful and inspiring. Best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kds315 View Post
    Catching the last rays of today... @f1.0



    Carl Meyer Videostigmat f1.0 1.5" (38mm) on Lumix GH1
    Hi Doc Klaus,
    Great colors and nice circular bokeh! Best, Leica 77

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    "Globe". G1 + IGW 50mm, f1,9.


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