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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    + 1 Like it too!, Dan

    Lampshops make a great wintertheme.
    ( Posted this before but I must have hit the wrong button )
    Count me in too! I sense that Dan is getting himself prepared for Winter. I've taken some nice shots of paper, plastic, dried and dead flowers in my time.
    But, I like Dan's street stuff. I think we are going to see more of it

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    A contemplative bokeh reflection at home in Normandy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    Count me in too! I sense that Dan is getting himself prepared for Winter. I've taken some nice shots of paper, plastic, dried and dead flowers in my time.
    But, I like Dan's street stuff. I think we are going to see more of it

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    Thank you Keith, Michiel and Klaus for your kind words, feedback is always appreciated!

    . . . . . you are right Keith . . . . . the search for winter bokeh begins . . . . . i believe I made my first contribution to this thread last April a prime time for flowers . . . . . but it actually was shot of 'Clams' . . . . . winters in seattle are green and gray, so I can appreciate how shots of paper, plastic, dried and dead flowers could appear in upcoming shots!


    Michiel, I will have to make a return visit to see if I can shot some lampshades as well to expand my 'lamp shop' photo experience!


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    Michiel, the shot 'Double Glazing' is beautiful!

    Love the light, colors, composition, and bokeh!

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    . . . . . one more from my recent visit to the lamp shop . . . . .


    Hanging Glass in the Window


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    . . . . . and when walking by a lamp shop there jus may be some . . . . .


    Sidewalk Weeds


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    Great one, Lili. I love the composition and the strong sense of perspective.

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    Great one, Lili. I love the composition and the strong sense of perspective.

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    Thanks Kieth

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    Some of the last leaves of this fall.

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    Lili, I enjoyed your bokehgraph! Please keep the contributions coming. The view reminded me of when I lived in the Dallas area, the view from my office window was similar during one of the few days that it would rain.


    Michiel, love the Meyer-Görlitz Trioplan 7,5cm/2.8, it certainly provides sharp detail with a wonderful soft circular bokeh! Outstanding colors as well!


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    Lili, I especially like the double V-form in your picture and in your picture - how could you ever match that so perfectly ...?
    (I confess it needs a well trained eye to see that...)

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    . . . . . rain, cool, & overcast today . . . . . after a couple of warm summer like days this week, its now time to return to Autumn weather . . . . .


    Autumn Leaves


    Voigtlander Heliar Classic 75mm f1.8 -- ISO 200 -- f1.8 -- 1/1000



    and



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    Leica M5, ZM 50mm f/1.5 C-Sonnar T* @ f/1.5
    Plus-X rated at ISO 125
    Xtol 1:3





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    Plus-X rated at ISO 125
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    Quote Originally Posted by seakayaker View Post
    Lili, I enjoyed your bokehgraph! Please keep the contributions coming. The view reminded me of when I lived in the Dallas area, the view from my office window was similar during one of the few days that it would rain.

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    Dan, thanks kindly, this was from my office in Frisco so your comparison is apt

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    Autumn Leaves

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    Halloween has come and gone, now
    cold weather has settled in
    joining the rain,
    the pumpkin sits waiting,
    starry eyed
    alone in the park.



    Voigtlander Heliar Classic 75mm f1.8 -- ISO 200 -- f1.8 -- 1/200


    . . . . . passed by the pumpkin today while out walking, I like the bokeh!


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    Quote Originally Posted by kds315 View Post
    Lili, I especially like the double V-form in your picture and in your picture - how could you ever match that so perfectly ...?
    (I confess it needs a well trained eye to see that...)
    Danke Klaus, I try

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    Quote Originally Posted by seakayaker View Post
    . . . . . rain, cool, & overcast today . . . . . after a couple of warm summer like days this week, its now time to return to Autumn weather . . . . .


    Autumn Leaves


    Voigtlander Heliar Classic 75mm f1.8 -- ISO 200 -- f1.8 -- 1/400



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    Nice one Dan. I was wondering about this lens and you have it already

    Congrats, Michiel

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    Do you like churros? Sort of sweet patatoesmade from flower.
    I don't

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    Peter, very nice shots, I love your black & white bokeh created with the M5/Zeiss Sonnar f1.5 combination! Beautiful captures!

    Welcome Arjuna, thank you for the bokeh shot of the Autumn leaves! It is a beautiful time of year! . . . . . keep 'em coming!

    Michiel, I would like to say that your shot made the Churros more appealing to eat . . . . . however, I do love the soft bokeh created with your Revuenon 55/1.2! Wonderful colors!


    . . . . . anyway a bokeh shot from the Crew Races on Green Lake held yesteday . . . . .


    Green Lake Crew ~ Waiting to Launch


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    A short introduction of myself: photographing (or at least taking pictures) for many years. Reading this very nice forum for more than a year. Plunged into MFT last January with an Oly E-P1 and adding a Pana G2 a few weeks ago (I missed a viewfinder that much ).

    Yesterday my very old (bought around 1973?) Kenlock 135 mm f/2.8 M42 got some air on the G2 around the village. It is surprisingly sharp for a cheap 37 year old lens and with the excellent viewfinder of the G2 I can in fact focus it. These might not be the best shots to show the bokeh, but here we go:

    A view from the church-hill in our little town down to the canal. In the foreground a corner stone from the ruins of a 600 year (approx?) old house.
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    Another view from the same area, showing more of the canal.
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    The fluffy seeds of some climbing plant.
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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    That 75/1.8 Voigtlander has a nice draw and colors IMO...
    Thanks for the kind words. those are the 1st images at f/1.5 and between 1m and 2.5m... I had no idea what to expect, since I have only used the Sonnar on my G1, up till now. I do like the bokeh very much, and the [magic] at close distances.

    Quote Originally Posted by seakayaker View Post


    . . . . . anyway a bokeh shot from the Crew Races on Green Lake held yesteday . . . . .


    Green Lake Crew ~ Waiting to Launch


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    Welcome Klaus from Denmark

    I like especially nr 2 and 3.
    Keep 'm coming I would say!

    It sure is a pleasure to work with old mf lenses.

    Kind regards, Michiel

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Welcome Klaus from Denmark

    I like especially nr 2 and 3.
    Keep 'm coming I would say!

    It sure is a pleasure to work with old mf lenses.

    Kind regards, Michiel

    ++1!

    Welcome Klaus, lovely bokeh shots with the Kenlock 135 mm f/2.8!

    There all nice but I like #3 the best!

    . . . . . keep' em coming . . . . .

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    Thanks Dan and Michiel!

    I have a couple of old Rolleis also (Rollei Planar 50/1.8 and Rolleinar 85/2.8) - have to see what they can do also. Both focus a lot closer than the Kenlock (at 2.5 meters), so that should give some possibilities.

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    . . . . . a couple of photographs taken this past Saturday.

    Dahlia Garden | Volunteer Park | Seattle, WA
    Maintained by the Puget Sound Dahlia Association ~ http://www.pugetsounddahlias.org/


    Voigtlander Heliar Classic 75mm f1.8 -- ISO 200 -- f1.8 -- 1/500


    and


    The Sidewalk Garden
    Maintained by my better half ~ Peggy


    Voigtlander Heliar Classic 75mm f1.8 -- ISO 200 -- f1.8 -- 1/60



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    Some ornamental culms.

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    Beautiful piece of art

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by seakayaker View Post
    . . . . . rain, cool, & overcast today . . . . . after a couple of warm summer like days this week, its now time to return to Autumn weather . . . . .


    Autumn Leaves


    Voigtlander Heliar Classic 75mm f1.8 -- ISO 200 -- f1.8 -- 1/1000



    and



    Voigtlander Heliar Classic 75mm f1.8 -- ISO 200 -- f1.8 -- 1/400



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    The colors and tones are wonderful

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    Quote Originally Posted by seakayaker View Post
    . . . . . and when walking by a lamp shop there jus may be some . . . . .


    Sidewalk Weeds


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    Dan

    This a reprise - I got to it late

    Love the bokeh and the color in the bokeh - very nice image

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
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    Beautiful piece of art

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    ++1! It is a wonderful bokehgraph Michiel . . . . . Love the Minolta Rokkar 85/2! I bid on one of these lens over the summertime and thought I was close to making a winning bid. Someone really wanted and jumped in the closing seconds with a bid that took the lens at a price I did not want to pay.

    . . . . ah, time & patience . . . . .

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    Dan

    This a reprise - I got to it late

    Love the bokeh and the color in the bokeh - very nice image

    Keith
    . . . . . there is an old saying back in Massachusetts, in regards to a town in the Cape Ann area . . . . . "Light finally dawns on Marblehead."


    Thanks for your kind words regarding the leaves and the weeds!

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    Blue Flower | Volunteer Park Conservatory | Seattle, WA


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    The leaves have almost gone - now we just wait for the first snow

    This is from my European cruise in April of this year

    "I love Ibiza"

    G1 with Pentax 50/1.4 and tilt adapter

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    The leaves have almost gone - now we just wait for the first snow
    This is from my European cruise in April of this year
    "I love Ibiza"
    G1 with Pentax 50/1.4 and tilt adapter
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    Hi Keith,

    It's a lovely bokehgraph. The bokeh enhanced by the use of your tilt adapter is quite effective.

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Hi Keith, Michiel, Dan, Raf, Klaus, Lili, M5-Guy, and others,
    Your contributions to this thread are always inspiring. During the past month, I had a rather unusually busy schedule, and I am now trying to catch up with all of you.

    "In Anticipation of the Upcoming Holiday Season". G1 + IGW 50mm.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Leica 77 View Post
    Hi Keith, Michiel, Dan, Raf, Klaus, Lili, M5-Guy, and others,
    Your contributions to this thread are always inspiring. During the past month, I had a rather unusually busy schedule, and I am now trying to catch up with all of you.

    "In Anticipation of the Upcoming Holiday Season". G1 + IGW 50mm.


    Leica, as always the IGW 50mm rocks! Love the sharp detail and the beautiful Bokeh!

    Welcome back!

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    Out Of Focus ~ Cascade Sunrise


    Voigtlander Heliar Classic 75mm f1.8 -- ISO 200 -- f1.8 -- 1/40



    . . . . . one of those mornings where there is cloud cover with a band of clearing weather between the mountains and the clouds on the horizon. I took a picture in focus which just did not look as good as this one (jmho) after I downloaded the pictures from the camera this evening.

    A stretch perhaps for bokeh, but . . . . . . .

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    Leica, as always the IGW 50mm rocks! Love the sharp detail and the beautiful Bokeh!
    Welcome back!
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    Hi Dan,
    Many thanks for your kind comments! It is always nice to hear from you.

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    Out Of Focus ~ Cascade Sunrise


    Voigtlander Heliar Classic 75mm f1.8 -- ISO 200 -- f1.8 -- 1/40



    . . . . . one of those mornings where there is cloud cover with a band of clearing weather between the mountains and the clouds on the horizon. I took a picture in focus which just did not look as good as this one (jmho) after I downloaded the pictures from the camera this evening.

    A stretch perhaps for bokeh, but . . . . . . .

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    Lovely one, Dan. One of my favorite kind of bokehgraphs. I scanned the thread over the weekend and realized I wasn't really doing these anymore. I've resolved to change that. This one reminds me of a couple I took at Balaclava.

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    Bokeh is easy with a f/0.95 lens.



    Capped at f/0.95 by peterb666, on Flickr

    Olympus E-P1 with Voigtlander 25mm f/0.95 at f/0.95

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    a bokehgraph is not just pointing "somewhere" with open aperture, not even with a f0.95 lens... Or does the previous entries look like that??

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    TTH Super Comat 1" f1.9 lens on GH1 (there is a sep. thread on that lens now...)
    Hello Klaus, forgot to tell you that I really like this very well pointed photograph.
    Nice color and it has a great swirl to it!

    BTW Would like to see more people give that new Nokton a go, though.

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    hee hee thanks Michiel.

    I would also like to see the Nokton used in some of the many experienced hands here ... as it is on my list.

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    This one is called "Winter Sunset Falling"

    G1 with Oly Pen 150/f4

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Hello Klaus, forgot to tell you that I really like this very well pointed photograph.
    Nice color and it has a great swirl to it!

    BTW Would like to see more people give that new Nokton a go, though.

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    ++1!

    Klaus, it is a beautiful bokehgraph!

    Michiel, as you pointed out the color is wonderful, the lens sharp on focus with a circular bokeh which is very, very, nice!

    BTW ~ I will be picking up a Voigtlander Nokton 25mm f/.95 tomorrow at the post office . . . . . will be getting a chance to shot with it on Saturday/Sunday! Maybe even a shot late in day on Friday . . . . . .

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    This one is called "Winter Sunset Falling"

    G1 with Oly Pen 150/f4

    Keith
    Keith, love the shot, very nice abstract of the "Winter Sunset Falling" . . . . .

    . . . . . keep 'em coming!

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Thanks Dan

    This is the same image rotated 90 degrees and is called:

    "Late afternoon rainbow over the Horseshoe Falls, Niagara"

    It's less abstract than the first

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    Thanks Dan
    This is the same image rotated 90 degrees and is called:
    "Late afternoon rainbow over the Horseshoe Falls, Niagara"
    It's less abstract than the first
    Keith
    Hi Keith and All,
    This is the 3000th post in this wonderful Bokeh Thread. By posting Keith's most recent contribution, we wish to honor him for his tremendous efforts to bring us to another major milestone! x 1000.

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