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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    "Globe Take 2". G1 + IGW 50mm, f1,9.


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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by Leica 77 View Post
    "Globe Take 2". G1 + IGW 50mm, f1,9.

    Lovely joyful and colourful bokeh images Leica77!

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    Lovely joyful and colourful bokeh images Leica77!

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    ++1!

    The Colors and Bokeh are OUTSTANDING!

    Love the IGW 50mm f1.9! . . . . . some day . . . . .


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    . . . . . . a simply beautiful day today in Seattle . . . . . a couple of shots from the p-patch on Fairview Ave in the Eastlake neighborhood . . . . .


    Yellow Flowers


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    Quote Originally Posted by seakayaker View Post
    ++1!
    The Colors and Bokeh are OUTSTANDING!
    Love the IGW 50mm f1.9! . . . . . some day . . . . .
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    Hi Dan,
    Welcome back from your road trip. Many thanks for your kind comments. I love your Ernst Leitz Wetzlar Summitar 5cm f2 lens. It is on my wish list. Best.

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    Lovely joyful and colourful bokeh images Leica77!
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    Hi Michiel,
    Many thanks for introducing me to the ISCO GOTTINGEN lenses. It is a joy to carry them around. I am still in the experimental stage to get the best characteristics out of the ISCO lenses. I really like the busy bokeh as well as the sharpness even when the aperture is set wide open. Best.

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    Latter in the Day I walked up to the Woodland Park Zoo Rose Garden. . . . . .

    Roses


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    Roses


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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

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    I left for a road trip two weeks ago!

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    Welcome back, Dan, I hope you had a great time !

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    Quote Originally Posted by seakayaker View Post
    . . . . . . a simply beautiful day today in Seattle . . . . . a couple of shots from the p-patch on Fairview Ave in the Eastlake neighborhood . . . . .


    Yellow Flowers


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    Love this one Dan! The background bokeh is outstanding.
    It was a kind of quiet around here for a while

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    One from today.

    - Purple dream -

    G1 + Canon FL 35/2.5 + Komura Telemore 95 II

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    One from today.

    - Purple dream -

    G1 + Canon FL 35/2.5 + Komura Telemore 95 II
    I love the stuff you are doing these days, Michiel. Expecially those oozy structured bokehs

    Are you printing any of these?

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    I love the stuff you are doing these days, Michiel. Expecially those oozy structured bokehs

    Are you printing any of these?

    Keith
    Thanks Keith! Not in the printing stage yet, but I am thinking about it.
    Still experimenting. Glad you see what I am trying to do.

    As I sad you loose some in sharpness of the in focus subject but you gain so
    much in bokeh, that I think it is worth it.

    Here are 2 more.

    - Last flower -

    G1 + Canon FL 35/2.5 + Komura Telemore 95 II

    - Purple dream -

    G1 + Pentacon 50/1.8 + 3X Teleconverter

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    Michiel, love the soft focus effect in the First 'Purple Dream' shot above! Very Nice with some lovely soft bokeh.

    In the 'Last Flower' shot it is interesting that the same lens, Canon FL 35/2.5 + Komura Telemore 95 II, was used with the first 'Purple Dream' shot with a different look as far as the sharpness and bokeh. Different aperture setting?

    Great colors in the second 'Purple Dream' shot as well as some great bokeh!


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    . . . . . what a difference a day makes, cool and overcast this morning on a walk through the Arboretum and out to Foster Island.


    Red Berries


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    Yellow Flowers


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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by seakayaker View Post
    Michiel, love the soft focus effect in the First 'Purple Dream' shot above! Very Nice with some lovely soft bokeh.

    In the 'Last Flower' shot it is interesting that the same lens, Canon FL 35/2.5 + Komura Telemore 95 II, was used with the first 'Purple Dream' shot with a different look as far as the sharpness and bokeh. Different aperture setting?

    Great colors in the second 'Purple Dream' shot as well as some great bokeh!


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    Hi, thanks Dan!

    I think, it just has to do with the difference in distance of the background subjects, which do show more with the teleconverters.
    I think they were both shot wide open, but not 100% sure

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    Random Flower
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    Dandelion
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    Red, red, really red flower
    von oliverleschke auf Flickr


    All shot wide open, with the Canon FD 50mm 1.4 and a cheap Chinese C-Mount 25mm 1.4

    Hope you like'em.

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    Nice images, LLiL - I especially like no 3, which is guess is the Chinese lens

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    Thank you Keith!

    Yes that`s the lens from China.
    On another forum, someone called it the 20 bucks Noctilux, because of this shot.




    I think that goes way to far, but due to the bad quality of the lenses it produces a very swirly bokeh.



    And the size is amazing.


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    Quote Originally Posted by OlliL View Post
    Thank you Keith!

    Yes that`s the lens from China.
    On another forum, someone called it the 20 bucks Noctilux, because of this shot.

    I think that goes way to far, but due to the bad quality of the lenses it produces a very swirly bokeh.
    OlliL

    I have this lens and his bigger brother - Mike Regnier on the blends thread also has done some great things with it.

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Here is one from Spain - which I don't think I've posted before

    "Three Chairs"

    G1, tilt adapter with Pentax 50/1.4

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    Here is one from Spain - which I don't think I've posted before
    "Three Chairs"
    G1, tilt adapter with Pentax 50/1.4
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    Hi Keith,
    Wow! It's a great bokehgraph! I love the colors and beautiful bokeh. "Three Chairs" and Three Cheers!

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    Latter in the Day I walked up to the Woodland Park Zoo Rose Garden. . . . . .

    Roses


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    Hi Dan,
    This image is simply beautiful!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leica 77 View Post
    Hi Keith,
    Wow! It's a great bokehgraph! I love the colors and beautiful bokeh. "Three Chairs" and Three Cheers!
    ++1!

    Wonderful shot Keith! A Lovely Bokeh!


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    Quote Originally Posted by OlliL View Post
    Thank you Keith!




    I love the portrait shot of the dog with a soft smooth bokeh!

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    . . . . . thank you Rafael, Leica, and Michiel for your greetings and kind workds!

    Still in a very nice relaxed space after returning from vacation last week!


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    Hey Dan,

    thank you for your words and those three shots are great.
    The Summicron has such a wonderful bokeh.

    Kind regards



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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Here is one from a few weeks ago with some weird architectural bokeh.

    - Blue Gulf -

    G1 + ISWG 35/2.8

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    And one from my 25 jubileum bouquet.

    - Almost a testikel -

    G1 + Industar Industar-61 50/2.8 macro + 3x teleconverter

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    Michiel, that first one looks great.
    That "Gulf" logo is well positioned!

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Sorry for being so absent from this topic the last days, both in commenting and in posting. I have a few other things on my mind

    Here's one that I shot a few weeks ago, with the G1 and the 45-200 @ 200mm, handheld.

    No flowers in this one



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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by Leica 77 View Post
    Hi Keith,
    Wow! It's a great bokehgraph! I love the colors and beautiful bokeh. "Three Chairs" and Three Cheers!
    + 1 for this typical Spanish bokehgraph! Three thumbs from me too,

    @ Thanks OlliL! Loved the first blue flower with Your Canon FD 50/1.4
    Isn't it a fine lens!

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    Quote Originally Posted by f6cvalkyrie View Post
    Sorry for being so absent from this topic the last days, both in commenting and in posting. I have a few other things on my mind

    Here's one that I shot a few weeks ago, with the G1 and the 45-200 @ 200mm, handheld.

    No flowers in this one



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    Hope all is fine RAF!

    Nice toys and nice bokeh.

    I have had three of those grey Deux cheveaux's in my younger days. They were so steady on the road that you could take a roundebout at top speed which was only 90 km an hour

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by f6cvalkyrie View Post
    Sorry for being so absent from this topic the last days, both in commenting and in posting. I have a few other things on my mind

    Here's one that I shot a few weeks ago, with the G1 and the 45-200 @ 200mm, handheld.

    No flowers in this one



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    Lovely saturated colors, Raf, as in Leica's "Globe Take" at the top of this page.

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    Thanks Leica, Dan and Michiel for a vote on the "Three Chairs" image

    Dan, your colors are wonderful these days

    Here is another one from Cadiz (one of my trees in squares series )

    Same old tilt +Pentax 50/1.4

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Isn't it a fine lens!

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    . . . . . thank you Rafael, Leica, and Michiel for your greetings and kind workds!
    Still in a very nice relaxed space after returning from vacation last week!
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    Hi Dan,
    One of the versions of the Leica M Summicron 35mm f/2 lens has been regarded as "the King of Bokeh" by some photographers. This one is my favorite! The bokeh is stellar!

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    . . . . . Leica, thank you for your kind words!

    I enjoy the shot with the light, color and bokeh quite a bit myself. . . . .


    Echinacea ~ Coneflowers



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    Begonia Grandis with Anemones & Echinacea


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    Anemones with Begonia Grandis


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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by OlliL View Post
    Michiel, that first one looks great.
    That "Gulf" logo is well positioned!

    Kind regards

    ++1! Lovely color (love the shades of Blue) and the bokeh is wonderful!

    Please no more testikel shots! Scary stuff . . . . . at my age, I have no need to have a glimpse of the future!

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    Lovely saturated colors, Raf, as in Leica's "Globe Take" at the top of this page.

    Keith
    +++2! Love the colors, rich and vibrant! . . . . . and the sharp edges fading to the soft blur and then circular bokeh! Very Nice!

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    Thanks Leica, Dan and Michiel for a vote on the "Three Chairs" image

    Dan, your colors are wonderful these days

    Here is another one from Cadiz (one of my trees in squares series )

    Same old tilt +Pentax 50/1.4

    Keith



    Keith, your trees from your series last year are among my favorites that you have posted in this thread! Perhaps one of my all time favorites was the one titled "Square in Cadiz!" (see post 2553)


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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Thanks Dan

    This is taken with my Sigma Mirror lens, 400mm, f5.6. Handleld at 1/2500s at ISO 400

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Another one with the Sigma Mirror lens - 1/800s, f5.6, ISO 400

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    Another one with the Sigma Mirror lens - 1/800s, f5.6, ISO 400

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    Keith love the Circular Bokeh in this shot! Great detail and bokeh! Outstanding!



    . . . . . now with the other shot, where you using a sun deflection screen as background? I like the foreground blur bokeh moving to the sharp edges on the leaves in the background. Something new?


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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Two with a Seimar lens with ext. tube. (A rather unknown Japanese lens for Exakta)



    G1 + Seimar 135/2.8 + ext. tube


    G1 + Seimar 135/2.8 + ext. tube

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    Two with an Accura lens. ( Another vaque Japanese lens for Exakta)


    G1 + Accura 35/2.8


    G1 + Accura 35/2.

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by seakayaker View Post
    Keith love the Circular Bokeh in this shot! Great detail and bokeh! Outstanding!



    . . . . . now with the other shot, where you using a sun deflection screen as background? I like the foreground blur bokeh moving to the sharp edges on the leaves in the background. Something new?


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    The Mirror lens has such a small depth of field that if there is not much subject behind it, it shows up like this (there is in fact a road there, but not enough detail to image)


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    . . . . . some heavy rain in Seattle at times today . . . . . a visit to the Conservatory in Volunteer Park for some indoor shots . . . . .


    Volunteer Park Conservatory


    GF1 with Carl Zeiss Planar T* 45mm f2 -- ISO 100 -- f2 -- 1/500


    Volunteer Park Conservatory


    GF1 with Carl Zeiss Planar T* 45mm f2 -- ISO 100 -- f2 -- 1/320



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    Lovely lovely pix from the Summicron 35/2 and the Zeiss Planar 45/2, the IGW 50 also makes striking images. Autumn's here, the last rays of summer are gone, and it'll be winter soon. I just wish I had a drawer full of lenses to try out

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    Quote Originally Posted by radatax View Post
    Lovely lovely pix from the Summicron 35/2 and the Zeiss Planar 45/2, the IGW 50 also makes striking images. Autumn's here, the last rays of summer are gone, and it'll be winter soon. I just wish I had a drawer full of lenses to try out
    . . . . . I didn't have a drawer full of lens until I started following this bokeh thread!

    Picked up some on ebay, some at camera shops, some from on-line stores in their used photography sections . . . . .

    It has been fun along the way.

    Shoot with what you have and share with the rest of us!

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    . . . . . out for a walk in the neighborhood this morning in a light rain . . . . . Autumn is here.

    Tree with Leaves Held with Spider Web Threads


    GF1 with Carl Zeiss Planar T* 45mm f2 -- ISO 100 -- f2 -- 1/40



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