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    . . . . . then a short walk this evening prior to the sun setting in the fading light . . . . .


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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Hi,
    yesterday was a bright and sunny day, so I took my G1 and the Pentax/Cosmicar 25/1.4 out of the drawer full of lenses () for a walk in our local park.



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    Quote Originally Posted by f6cvalkyrie View Post
    Hi,
    yesterday was a bright and sunny day, so I took my G1 and the Pentax/Cosmicar 25/1.4 out of the drawer full of lenses () for a walk in our local park.



    Have fun,
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    Rafael . . . . . the photo didn't quite capture the bright sunshine . . . . .

    perhaps taken during an eclipse of the sun?


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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Is the sparrow to sharp in focus for a bokehthread?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Is the sparrow to sharp in focus for a bokehthread?


    G1 + Leica R Elmarit 90/2.8
    Michiel, a beautiful bokehgraph, I love the sharp detail of the sparrow and the soft bokeh fade as it moves to the background!


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    . . . . . well after a Satuday where 1.21 inches (3.1 cm) of rain fell and another 0.74 inches (1.9 cm) on Sunday it was clear, cool and sunny today!

    Took a walk about the Georgetown P-patch this evening and took a few photos . . . . . .


    Cosmos & Echinacea


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    Cosmos


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    While uploading all my pictures, I found a few from last year.

    Olympus E-510 (Evolt) with OM 50mm 1.8


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    @ Dan, Your Planar makes amazing images! (In your hands, of course.)

    @ Ollil, Very cute dog with a nice blur.

    Two more from yesterday from the little harbour of Marken, Holland.

    - Ropes and lines 1 -

    G1 = Leica Elmarit 90/2.8

    - Ropes and lines2 -

    G1 = Leica Elmarit 90/2.8

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    my old Cooke Kinic f1.5 1" still does it...


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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by kds315 View Post
    my old Cooke Kinic f1.5 1" still does it...
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    This is a wonderful illustration of how the character of the lens can be used for artistic expression, all be it in a way that a lot of photographers don't understand.

    Wonderful stuff

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    Thanks Keith!

    Yes, I did take time to "design" that. Here another one of that series..


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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by OlliL View Post
    While uploading all my pictures, I found a few from last year.

    Olympus E-510 (Evolt) with OM 50mm 1.8


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    OlliL, great portrait shots of the dog and wonderful circular bokeh produced by the OM 50mm 1.8!


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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    @ Dan, Your Planar makes amazing images! (In your hands, of course.)

    @ Ollil, Very cute dog with a nice blur.

    Two more from yesterday from the little harbour of Marken, Holland.


    - Ropes and lines2 -

    G1 = Leica Elmarit 90/2.8

    Michiel, love the boat bokeh! Nicely Done!

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
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    This is a wonderful illustration of how the character of the lens can be used for artistic expression, all be it in a way that a lot of photographers don't understand.

    Wonderful stuff

    Keith

    Quote Originally Posted by kds315 View Post
    Thanks Keith!

    Yes, I did take time to "design" that. Here another one of that series..


    ++1 on Keith's comment! Definitely "Wonderful Stuff!"

    Nice to see the thread alive and well with contributions from new faces and old hands!

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    Dahlia Garden ~ Volunteer Park ~ Seattle, WA


    Gf1 with Carl Zeiss Sonnar T* 90mm f2.8 -- ISO 100 -- f2.8 -- 1/160


    and



    GF1 with Carl Zeiss Contax G Planar T* 45mm f/2 -- ISO 100 -- f/2 -- 1/2500


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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by seakayaker View Post
    ++1 on Keith's comment! Definitely "Wonderful Stuff!"

    Nice to see the thread alive and well with contributions from new faces and old hands!

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    Klaus + 2 Very "cosmic", like a rose in space!

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    The images from everyone get better and better - its difficult to assimilate them all at once. I'm going to comment a bit later after they have been posted. That way we get to see them again.

    This is one from my autumn leaves, early sun project. Easy to do, as I just need to open my front door early morning, pick up the newspaper - and take a picture.

    The translucency of these leaves is incredible with low powerful sun in the morning. (I'm hung up on translucency because of the new Sony a55)

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Is the sparrow to sharp in focus for a bokehthread?

    - Eating my applecrumbles -

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    I love sparrows - they are bold and cheeky

    After all this time I don't think we are too rigorous on what is a bokehgraph. I think the idea is that most of the image is out of focus. In the early days I suggested that this might mean 25% in focus/75% out of focus. I always give my images a little test on this one (I put the image through my cad program and draw a grid over the top - then manually count the squares that are in an out of focus. I was slow at first, but now I have got this down to 90 minutes per image - so I am happy)

    So the sparrows passed the test

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    The images from everyone get better and better - its difficult to assimilate them all at once. I'm going to comment a bit later after they have been posted. That way we get to see them again.

    This is one from my autumn leaves, early sun project. Easy to do, as I just need to open my front door early morning, pick up the newspaper - and take a picture.

    The translucency of these leaves is incredible with low powerful sun in the morning. (I'm hung up on translucency because of the new Sony a55)

    Keith

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    Beautiful shot Keith! Love the bokeh, the grass behind the leaves is quite attractive and my eyes are drawn to it, love the sharp/blur detail it produces blending with the circular bokeh!

    What's up with the A55? . . . . . what brought you to the decision to buy the sony? Just wondering what the draw is . . . . .

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    Not sure what I am supposed to look for in my pics to qualify for this thread so here goes. Don't even know how to post up pics like you guys either..ha

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    (I put the image through my cad program and draw a grid over the top - then manually count the squares that are in an out of focus. I was slow at first, but now I have got this down to 90 minutes per image - so I am happy) [/QUOTE]


    Keith,

    I am so glad you do all the hard work as our great bokeh controller

    Are you jumping to Sony as an extra camera? I am very temted, but wish for a full frame EVF camera

    Beautiful contast in your image image

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by MRfanny View Post
    Not sure what I am supposed to look for in my pics to qualify for this thread so here goes. Don't even know how to post up pics like you guys either..ha

    Nice Bokeh!

    . . . . . you are fully qualified for this thread!

    The method that I use to post photo.
    1. Upload to my Flickr account.
    2. Choose the size I want to post in Flickr, i.e., using the copy image address function
    3. When completing a 'Reply to Thread' I choose the 'Yellow Square with the mountain' Icon at the top of reply box. This open a box where I past in the image address.
    4. The comments and image then appear when I submit the reply.

    Hope that helps. Thanks for posting and keep 'em coming!

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    Re: Newspaper Camera

    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    Easy to do, as I just need to open my front door early morning, pick up the newspaper - and take a picture.
    Damn. And there I was all this time spending so much cash on photo gear.
    You asked for that one, Keith.

    Nice pic by the way

    Also by the way, once you get the a55 do tell ...

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    Re: FF EVF

    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    I am very tempted, but wish for a full frame EVF camera
    So do I. The time has come for one. The technology is there, all we need is a brave(r) manufacturer.

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    A very different type of bokeh... ("auto bokeh")



    Cooke Kinic f1.5 1"

    Wonderful stuff Keith + Dan!!

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    A lot of great photos here lately.

    Keith: yours looks crazy

    MRfanny: welcome, keep em coming

    Klaus: Like your shots, especially with these uncommon lenses

    Michiel: Thanks and those sparrows are great captured


    Another contribution by myself



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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by kds315 View Post
    A very different type of bokeh... ("auto bokeh")



    Cooke Kinic f1.5 1"

    Wonderful stuff Keith + Dan!!
    Klaus

    Oh, that's lovely - really turns my crank. Muted color, almost but not quite, black and white. The bit of image in the right corner builds on the vignette.

    We really have some winners on this thread.

    Again my usual question to the posters - are you printing these?



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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    This one is called "Red ball, you stole my heart away"

    G1 with Oly Pen 70/f2

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    Quote Originally Posted by m3photo View Post
    Damn. And there I was all this time spending so much cash on photo gear.
    You asked for that one, Keith.

    Nice pic by the way

    Also by the way, once you get the a55 do tell ...
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    I slipped that in to see if you were still awake

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    Quote Originally Posted by seakayaker View Post
    Nice Bokeh!

    . . . . . you are fully qualified for this thread!

    The method that I use to post photo.
    1. Upload to my Flickr account.
    2. Choose the size I want to post in Flickr, i.e., using the copy image address function
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    4. The comments and image then appear when I submit the reply.

    Hope that helps. Thanks for posting and keep 'em coming!

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    Thanks Dan, off to Flickr I go

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh


    Dahlia Garden @ Volunteer Park ~ Seattle, WA


    Gf1 with Carl Zeiss Sonnar T* 90mm f2.8 -- ISO 100 -- f2.8 -- 1/20


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    GF1 with Carl Zeiss Contax G Planar T* 45mm f/2 -- ISO 100 -- f/2 -- 1/1300


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    Awake

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    I slipped that in to see if you were still awake
    Right ho. Let's see if Dan's awake


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    Michael, a beautiful bokehgraph! Love the leaves, the color, the bokeh, the simplicity of it all! Outstanding!

    . . . . . and btw you caught me napping.


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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Very nice, Oliver - I think the last one has a very innovative composition

    Well done

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by seakayaker View Post
    Michael, a beautiful bokehgraph! Love the leaves, the color, the bokeh, the simplicity of it all! Outstanding!

    . . . . . and btw you caught me napping.


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    Nice one Michael

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    The rumor that I have bought a Sony a55 is highly exaggerated

    However, I am giving it some serious thought, for these reasons:

    APS sensor, better IQ, especially dynamic range
    Fast focusing
    Can take legacy lenses, but a smaller selection than my G1
    GPS really turns my crank, as I travel a lot.
    Panorama mode, as I travel a lot
    On board stabilization

    On the last point - it is the only reason I am keeping my E-P2, but I find that I never use the darn thing. It is too difficult to operate. So the Sony would replace it. I have two G1s, one of which is not yet out of its plastic bag - I love this camera, can't do without it.

    I also have a Ricoh GXR, mainly because I love Ricoh and the technology in this camera amazes me. I expect a lens mount module for it next year - which will be a game changer for me.

    All of this raises a serious question - if we all move off micro 4/3, where does this thread go? It won't be immediate, but more and more people may be adopting these other options. I see that we are already missing a large number of bokehgraphs from people who shoot in other formats and think they can't post on this thread.

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    Re: Flowers

    Quote Originally Posted by seakayaker View Post
    Michael, a beautiful bokehgraph! Love the leaves, the color, the bokeh, the simplicity of it all! Outstanding!

    . . . . . and btw you caught me napping.
    I thought you might like it.
    I'll own up though, I took it on a D700 - 105mm lens at f/4.

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    Steinheil Quinon f1.9 25mm on GH1

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    Klaus, a beautiful capture with wonderful bokeh from the Steinheil Quinon f1.9 25mm! Very nice work captured with the Cooke Kinic f1.5 1" as well.

    There are truly too many lenses and not enough time!

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Thanks Dan! Your Dahlia in white/lilac was outstanding!

    I made a typo, the Steinheil Quinon is a f1.5 lens (not f1.9)

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    Re: Flowers

    Quote Originally Posted by m3photo View Post
    I thought you might like it.
    I'll own up though, I took it on a D700 - 105mm lens at f/4.
    Not that there is anything wrong with that

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    The rumor that I have bought a Sony a55 is highly exaggerated

    All of this raises a serious question - if we all move off micro 4/3, where does this thread go? It won't be immediate, but more and more people may be adopting these other options. I see that we are already missing a large number of bokehgraphs from people who shoot in other formats and think they can't post on this thread.

    Keith
    Time to plead for a general all camera forum, just for the more specialized threads like this one or the blends thread for example. They don't need to be brand/mount depended.
    May be this an idea?

    And now for desert some soft/smooth bokeh from today

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    G1 + Canon FD 85/1.2 L

    BTW I made a special lenspage full of flowers with different lenses:
    http://www.michielschierbeek.com/Lensespage.html

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Klaus - that second rose shot takes my breath away

    Michiel - I agree, maybe the admins are watching - we need to make this thread camera neutral - emphasis on the lenses.

    Here is an old style bokehgraph

    Oly 70/f2 on G1

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    Michiel, a wonderful bokehgraph! Love the Dahlia, with the great colors and the soft blur bokeh . . . . . . Outstanding!!!


    Keith, love the style where the photograph could be a painting. Love the circles and lines and the even flow of the bokeh throughout the whole photograph!

    Nice done!

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    I second that!! Like a painting indeed, great work!!

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    . . . . . three shots with the Carl Zeiss Contax G 90/2.8

    Dahlia Garden ~ Volunteer Park ~ Seattle, WA



    Gf1 with Carl Zeiss Sonnar T* 90mm f2.8 -- ISO 100 -- f2.8 -- 1/60



    Gf1 with Carl Zeiss Sonnar T* 90mm f2.8 -- ISO 100 -- f2.8 -- 1/40



    Gf1 with Carl Zeiss Sonnar T* 90mm f2.8 -- ISO 100 -- f2.8 -- 1/40



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    . . . . . oh well, might as well make it four . . . . . I looked at this one and I loved the bokeh in the background!

    Dahlia Garden ~ Volunteer Park ~ Seattle, WA


    Gf1 with Carl Zeiss Sonnar T* 90mm f2.8 -- ISO 100 -- f2.8 -- 1/30


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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    wonderful Dahlias Dan!

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    Lots of Bokeh Here...

    http://vimeo.com/15863498


    M. by treyvollmer, on Flickr

    Thanks for watching

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