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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    3 more with different lenses. all with the G1.

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    All three are wonderful bokehgraphs! . . . . . and each of the photographs renders a different bokeh . . . . .

    I would not expect anything less from Schierbeek photography!
    ( did I pronounce that correctly? )


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    Dahlia Garden ~ Volunteer Park ~ Seattle, WA



    GF1 with Leica Summicron-M 35mm f/2 ASPH. -- ISO 200 -- f/2 -- 1/1000


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    GF1 with Leica Summicron-M 35mm f/2 ASPH. -- ISO 200 -- f/2 -- 1/400



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    Thanks Dan! You are doing very well yourself with those toplenses.

    As long you pronounce Schierbeek like Sggierbeek you will get near what it should sound like.

    Here are three more for the road from a lens i just got today and could only use in the very late clouded light. You seem to get all the sunshine these days.
    It is soft and does vignettes even wide open a bit, and this pre war lens renders quiet funny. Still have to clean it though.

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    Michiel, I love the circular bokeh and colors produced by your Trioplan 7.5cm/2.8! Beautiful Bokehgraphs ~ Outstanding!

    Jamesbong, love the sharpness to the open page and the soft blur bokeh in your shot! Wonderful Bokehgraph!


    . . . . . out and about this morning for a walk in some light rain, the forcast is for stormy weather this weekend. Will continue to visit the annual Dahlia Garden in Volunteer Park until they have lost their bloom . . . . . on this visit it was the GF1 with the Voigtlander Nokton 50mm f1.5 Asph. . . . .


    Dahlia Garden ~ Volunteer Park ~ Seattle, WA


    GF1 with Voigtlander Nokton 50mm f/1.5 ASPH - ISO 200 - f/1.5 - 1/250



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    GF1 with Voigtlander Nokton 50mm f/1.5 ASPH - ISO 200 - f/1.5 - 1/640



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    ricseet, your image did not display.

    In Flickr use the 'View all sizes' from the 'Action' drop down menu, choose the size you want to display, then copy the address.

    When posting @ GetDpi, mouse click on the Icon at the top of the box which is yellow and has a couple of mountains, then 'Copy' the image address into the box and select the OK button.

    . . . . . hope that helps . . . . .

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Hi !

    Michiel, I really like the new presentation you're using for your posts here !
    And some very nice bokehgraphs !

    Dan, superb Dahlia and Lilly shots !

    Klaus, very nice pics with your Cine Ektar.
    I have the 15mm/f2.55 that unfortunately doesn't cover the sensor, but produces interesting effects !


    Here's one I shot during my sunday morning walk in the park.
    The last shot of the series, because the rain set in really heavy



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    Lucerne / Switzerland as seen through my quartz soft focus lens on GH1 at "l'heure bleue".

    I wanted to stay with the same topic "water" I guess Raf! Very nice bokeh shot!!

    @Dan: again, wonderful Dahlias!!
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    Lovely shots, everyone

    Raf - these Mirror lenses are wonderful to use in bokehgraphy. My Sigma is one of my favorites

    Here is a simple one - called "Tired Hydrangea"

    Sony 18-55 zoom (1/100s,f6,ISO640)

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    Hi !

    Michiel, I really like the new presentation you're using for your posts here !
    And some very nice bokehgraphs !

    Dan, superb Dahlia and Lilly shots !

    Klaus, very nice pics with your Cine Ektar.
    I have the 15mm/f2.55 that unfortunately doesn't cover the sensor, but produces interesting effects !


    Here's one I shot during my sunday morning walk in the park.
    The last shot of the series, because the rain set in really heavy



    G1 with Reflex-Nikkor 500/8

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    Rafael, I love the transition between the water ripples, rain, to circular bokeh.

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    Here is a picture of Toronto at night (but it never looks like this )
    Grain added by NOISE

    It's funny, the artists who used pointillism to achieve their goals (eg Seurat) were constructing their images from discreet spots of color positioned carefully against one another - whereas, us photographers are constantly fighting the "destruction" of our pictures into the constituent spots of colors from which they were made.

    Sony 18-55 zoom

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    Beautiful shot Keith!

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    Rafael, I love the transition between the water ripples, rain, to circular bokeh.

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    ++1! Rafael, it is a beautiful bokehgraph! Love the black and white effect with the circular bokeh, small to large circles from bottom to top . . . . . a wonderful shot!

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    Lucerne / Switzerland as seen through my quartz soft focus lens on GH1 at "l'heure bleue".

    I wanted to stay with the same topic "water" I guess Raf! Very nice bokeh shot!!
    Beautiful colors and soft bokeh produced with your quartz soft focus lens! . . . . . love the oval shape of lights produced with the lens . . . . .

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    Beautiful shot Keith!

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    ++1! A wonderful shot, almost a painting . . . . . love the circular bokeh found throughout the shot!

    . . . . . also love the soft bokeh and colors in your "Tired Hydrangea" shot! Nicely Done!

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    Here is a picture of Toronto at night (but it never looks like this )
    Grain added by NOISE

    It's funny, the artists who used pointillism to achieve their goals (eg Seurat) were constructing their images from discreet spots of color positioned carefully against one another - whereas, us photographers are constantly fighting the "destruction" of our pictures into the constituent spots of colors from which they were made.

    Sony 18-55 zoom

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    Wonderful work Keith!

    Thanks for the wishes Dan!

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Dahlia Garden ~ Volunteer Park ~ Seattle, WA


    GF1 with Voigtlander Nokton 50mm f/1.5 ASPH - ISO 200 - f/1.5 - 1/3200


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    GF1 with Voigtlander Nokton 50mm f/1.5 ASPH - ISO 200 - f/1.5 - 1/2500



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    Thanks for the comments everyone.

    Another from the Sony 18-55 zoom - "Beech Leaves"

    1/100s, f5.6, ISO 160

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    . . . . . a beautiful shot Keith, that is some bokeh for shooting at f5.6!

    The leaves are sharp, nice colors with some nice circular bokeh!

    Are you shooting with a NEX?

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    . . . . . heavy rains with strong winds over the past 24 hours . . . . . on my next visit up to the Dahlia Garden I may not be seeing the beautiful Dahlia blooms . . . . .


    Dahlias

    GF1 with Voigtlander Nokton 50mm f/1.5 ASPH - ISO 200 - f/1.5 - 1/1300


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    GF1 with Voigtlander Nokton 50mm f/1.5 ASPH - ISO 200 - f/1.5 - 1/3200



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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

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    . . . . . a beautiful shot Keith, that is some bokeh for shooting at f5.6!

    The leaves are sharp, nice colors with some nice circular bokeh!

    Are you shooting with a NEX?

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    It's an a55, Dan. I'm putting it through its paces on bokehgraphy. This one is taken in HDR mode (it brackets three exposures and processes them in camera). I am getting really good dynamic range using this - it saves the normal shot for comparison.

    I'm ordering the M42 adapter as I have a lot of those old lenses.

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    . . . . . more rain & wind, buckets of rain falling last night, at least that was the sound effects for awhile . . . . . This evening when I came home from work I took a couple of pictures of the remains of the sidewalk garden . . . . .


    The Autumn Garden ~ Rudbeckia ~ Black Eyed Susan


    GF1 with Voigtlander Nokton 50mm f/1.5 ASPH - ISO 200 - f/1.5 - 1/60


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    The Autumn Garden ~ Dahlia


    GF1 with Voigtlander Nokton 50mm f/1.5 ASPH - ISO 200 - f/1.5 - 1/30


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    . . . . . stepping outside the garden for a moment . . . . . a shot from a restaurant table of girl passing by . . . . .


    Girl Outside My Window


    GF1 with Voigtlander Nokton 50mm f/1.5 ASPH - ISO 200 - f/1.5 - 1/15



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    Great shots Dan! Obviously the decline of flowers has already started where you live. Here we had the first night with frost, so the flowers will be gone soon here...



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    Klaus, Love the bokeh created with the Xenon 40mm lens! . . . . . and thank you for your kind words . . . . .

    Things are starting to fade but I did get a chance to run by the Dahlia Garden on Tuesday evening prior to meeting a friend for dinner. Many of the flowers were bowed by the rain and wind but some remained upright and beautiful. . . . .

    Dahlia Garden ~ Volunteer Park ~ Seattle, WA


    GF1 with Voigtlander Nokton 50mm f/1.5 ASPH - ISO 200 - f/1.5 - 1/60


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    GF1 with Voigtlander Nokton 50mm f/1.5 ASPH - ISO 200 - f/1.5 - 1/80


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    Beautiful Dahlias Dan, the water droplets make it extra special!!

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    TTH Super Comat 1" f1.9 lens on GH1 (there is a sep. thread on that lens now...)

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    The Super Comat 1" f1.9 looks incredibly sharp and love the bokeh! A lovely Bokehgraph!

    . . . . . is the vignetting natural with the lens on the micro 4/3rds or are you using a hood?

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    It's most likely a too long hood Dan!

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    . . . . . October 30th, Brisk Day with Rain and the flowers are still holding up . . . . .

    Dahlia Garden ~ Volunteer Park ~ Seattle, WA


    GF1 with Voigtlander Color-Heliar 75mm f/2.5 -- ISO 100 -- f/2.5 -- 1/320


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    GF1 with Voigtlander Color-Heliar 75mm f/2.5 -- ISO 100 -- f/2.5 -- 1/320



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    . . . . . rain & cool weather throughout the day . . . . .


    Dahlias on the Sidewalk Garden


    GF1 with Kinoptik Paris Apochromat 25mm f2 -- ISO 200 -- f2 -- 1/200


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    GF1 with Kinoptik Paris Apochromat 25mm f2 -- ISO 200 -- f2 -- 1/80


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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by seakayaker View Post
    . . . . . stepping outside the garden for a moment . . . . . a shot from a restaurant table of girl passing by . . . . .


    Girl Outside My Window


    GF1 with Voigtlander Nokton 50mm f/1.5 ASPH - ISO 200 - f/1.5 - 1/15



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    Dan - I forgot to post on this one earlier. I think is is brilliant, let's hope we see some more street bokehgraphs from you.

    I like the angle of the poles, the look from the guy across the street and the intermixing of the legs.

    Hope you start a series

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    Makro Switar f1.9 75mm on GH1
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    Beautiful, Klaus

    I'm going to have to start saving my money and being nice to the wife again

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    Beautiful, Klaus

    I'm going to have to start saving my money and being nice to the wife again

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    ++1!

    Love your Bokeh Klaus! Love the Kern Makro Switar f1.9 75mm lens, another winner!

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    Dan - I forgot to post on this one earlier. I think is is brilliant, let's hope we see some more street bokehgraphs from you.

    I like the angle of the poles, the look from the guy across the street and the intermixing of the legs.

    Hope you start a series

    Keith
    Thanks for you kind words Keith.

    . . . . . the idea of a series sounds like a good idea. I'll pass it by my better half and let her know I need to increase my eating out budget to work on the shots!

    I'll see what I can put together, winter is coming on soon, heading into the gray and green season in the Emerald City!

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    Lovely images, Oliver

    I especially like 1 and 4. The composition of the portrait is really good when coupled with the bokeh. I have this lens, I should use it more often

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    Tele-Xenar f3.8 75mm (Robot) on GH1

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    Lovely images, Oliver

    I especially like 1 and 4. The composition of the portrait is really good when coupled with the bokeh. I have this lens, I should use it more often

    Keith

    ++1! Beautiful Bokeh created with the Canon FD 50/1.4 . . . . . will get around to picking up one of those lens one of these days.

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    . . . . . . need to give some love to the Pansonic Lumix G 20/1.7 Asph.


    Asters


    GF1 with Lumix G 20mm f1.7 -- ISO 100 -- f1.7 -- 1/640


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    California Poppy


    GF1 with Lumix G 20mm f1.7 -- ISO 100 -- f2.2 -- 1/1300


    A beautiful little lens that I overlook when thinking about bokeh . . . . .

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    "bokeh door"



    "fluffy"

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    . . . . . . need to give some love to the Pansonic Lumix G 20/1.7 Asph.

    A beautiful little lens that I overlook when thinking about bokeh . . . . .

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    I gave some love to my Samyang 85/1.4 and took it for a walk in the forest on sunday



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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

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    Here is a picture of Toronto at night (but it never looks like this )
    Grain added by NOISE

    It's funny, the artists who used pointillism to achieve their goals (eg Seurat) were constructing their images from discreet spots of color positioned carefully against one another - whereas, us photographers are constantly fighting the "destruction" of our pictures into the constituent spots of colors from which they were made.

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    This city scape is really Top Notch, Keith! One of you're very best.

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    Klaus, 'Fluffy' taken with the Tele-Xanar f3.8 75mm (Robot) on GH1 is wonderful! Love the sharpness, light and color in the bokehgraph!


    Raf, 'Needles' is a beautiful bokehgraph! Great colors and sharp detail with the soft bokeh created with the Samyang 85/1.4!


    . . . . . a wonderful 'summer' day here in Seattle, Warm (70 degrees/21.1 celsius) and Sunny!

    Daliah in the Sidewalk Garden


    Gf1 with Voigtlander Nokton Aspherical 50mm f1.5 -- ISO 200 -- f1.5 -- 1/125



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    Glass in the Lamp Store Window


    Gf1 with Voigtlander Nokton Aspherical 50mm f1.5 -- ISO 200 -- f1.5 -- 1/400




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    very nice one, the glass in the window Dan!

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by kds315 View Post
    very nice one, the glass in the window Dan!
    + 1 Like it too!, Dan

    Lampshops make a great wintertheme.
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