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    Nice bokeh jkung. Which lens was used?

    Thx turbines, I used my pancake 20/1.7

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    From the Thanksgiving table, GF1 & Nokton 25/0.95:


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    Lovely flower too.
    You make my cracking up Michael, I thought the same

    @Amin: Nice shot, but I didn't know that pomegranate seeds are part of a traditional Thanksgiving table, cranberries are...

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    I like that one Jkung - lovely composition and color

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    A couple of random snaps from today.


    Untitled by Vivek Iyer, on Flickr


    Untitled by Vivek Iyer, on Flickr

    FWIW Olympus pen F 40/1.4 on G1

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    Hi all, a couple more bokeh shots.

    Autumn Acer


    Drowned in Bokeh


    Tiny spider, approx 4-5mm long, waiting on some clover under it's web of dewdrops, took slightly out of focus for the bokeh.

    G1/45mm macro

    John

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    "wilting Roses", Contax G Sonnar 90mm @f2.8


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    "Xmas Market"

    Videostigmat 32mm @f1.0


    Quartz Soft Focus Lens

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    "Purple haze ... err, grass"



    Contax G Sonnar f2.8 90mm @f2.8

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

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    "Xmas Market"

    Videostigmat 32mm @f1.0
    Hi Doc Klaus,
    This bokehgraph is terrific!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kds315 View Post
    "Purple haze ... err, grass"



    Contax G Sonnar f2.8 90mm @f2.8
    . . . . . Fountain Grass! Lovely capture, sharp with beautiful bokeh!

    I hope you are enjoying the the Zeiss Contax G Sonnar T* 90/2.8 . . . . .

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    Old Hand Cranked Pump


    Panasonic GF-1, Vivitar Series 1 70-210mm f3.5 (Tokina)
    Odel Shupe's Country Store, Ellisboro Community, NC
    Paul, love the shot, the bokeh is wonderful!

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    Quote Originally Posted by klythawk View Post
    Hi all, a couple more bokeh shots.

    Drowned in Bokeh

    Tiny spider, approx 4-5mm long, waiting on some clover under it's web of dewdrops, took slightly out of focus for the bokeh.

    G1/45mm macro

    John

    John, love the bokeh in this shot covering the spider! Very nice indeed. . . . .

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    A couple of random snaps from today.


    Untitled by Vivek Iyer, on Flickr



    FWIW Olympus pen F 40/1.4 on G1
    Vivek, nice to see you come in off the street and step on over to the bokeh section!

    Love the sharp focus with the beautiful circular blur bokeh produced with your Olympus pen 40/1.4!

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    here is my headphone

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    Rudolph & the Claus's
    Resting in the Gingerbread House in Preparation for the Big Day



    GF1 with Leica D Summilux 25mm f1.4 -- ISO 200 -- f1.4 -- 1/13


    Photo taken at the annual Juvenilae Diabetes Reseach Foundation Fundraising Event which is held this year November 26 - January 2. This is the 18th Annual Gingerbread Village located at the Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 1400 Sixth Avenue. Local architecture firms team up with the Sheraton Seattle culinary team to design, build, and bake awe-inspiring gingerbread displays. Over 100,000 visitors take part in this beloved annual event to benefit JDRF Northwest Chapter.

    If you are in the area drop by and bring the kids, a wonderful display. More information & photos at: http://gingerbreadvillage.myevent.com/3/gallery.htm



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    Fire Sunrise (OOF)


    GF1 with Voigtlander Heliar Classic 75mm f1.8 -- ISO 200 -- f1.8 -- 1/125

    . . . . . took photo when walking out the front door last wednesday . . . . .

    The shot taken that was in-focus prior . . . . .

    GF1 with Voigtlander Heliar Classic 75mm f1.8 -- ISO 200 -- f1.8 -- 1/250


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    This pic from my new lens.

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    Nice! What is that new lens?

    carl zeiss jena flektogon mc 35/2.4

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    un wash coffee cup

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    "Javanese Textile, Indonesia". GF1 + Canon 58mm f1.2.


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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Nice bokehgraphs everyone!

    Very little time for pressing the button this last week.
    Here is one from the freezing cold in France.

    Michiel


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    Leica, a lovely shot of the textile, love the colors and the bokeh produced with the Canon 58/1.2! Outstanding!


    Michiel, a really nice shot of the beautiful rose with snow! The Sigma 24/1.8 produces a bokeh which is soft/smooth while cutting a sharp image of the petal on the rose. Wonderful!

    Thanks for sharing . . . . . .

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Hi Dan and Paul,
    Many thanks for your kind comments. The aperture of the lens has 8 blades as Paul mentioned.

    Hi Michiel,
    It's a lovely image with a bit of frost/snow on the beautiful red rose.

    Season's Greetings to all of you! Best,

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    Hi thanks my friends, Dan, Paul and Leica77.
    Great way to return to the bokehdepartment after a break.

    Michiel

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    I'm really in love with the Nokton bokeh, especially the berries and the earlymorning photo from seakayaker.

    Here is a new raindrops photo i did with my EP1 + Porst 55mm f1.2



    and another one i did last summer with a E510 + Minolta Rokkor 58mm f1.2


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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

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    rimasson, both the shots are beautiful bokehgraphs!

    Thanks for sharing . . . . .
    +1 Indeed very nice. Especially the second one! A lens to have.

    Michiel

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    rimasson, both the shots are beautiful bokehgraphs!

    Thanks for sharing . . . . .
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    Circular Quay 2 by peterb666, on Flickr

    Olympus E-P1 and Voigtlander 25mm f/0.95

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    Here's on from my New to Me Canon FL 55mm 1.2
    They can be had for a relative bargain.
    This little USB powered tree is sitting on my monitor in my office so it was just a convenient quick grab.


    XMas Tree by DryRock, on Flickr

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    @ John : lovely spidershot !
    @ Paul : very nice shot of that old pump !
    @ Klaus : sorry to see your roses wilt :-)) And great shots from the Christmas Market !

    @ Dan : super Fire Sunrise
    @ Leica77 : Great textile shot !!
    @ Michiel : your roses are stronger than Klaus's and mine Nice shot !
    @ rimasson : I love your raindrop shot !
    @ Peter : your city Bokehgrap is superb !

    I hope I didn't overlook anything !

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    Hooo, everyone all take a nice pic!!!!!! BTW here is my old blue jean.


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    Many thanks, Rafael, for your kind comments!

    "...'Tis the Season ...". G1 + Leica (Leitz) M Summicron 35mm (ver. IV pre ASPH).


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    GF1 with the 58 mm f/1.2 Rokkor PG



    Defocused so the bokeh is visible....

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    From last night's sunset, both with G1 and Nikkor 300/2.8 IF-ED





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    The Light House 6 by peterb666, on Flickr

    Olympus E-P1 and Voigtlander 25mm f/0.95

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by f6cvalkyrie View Post
    From last night's sunset, both with G1 and Nikkor 300/2.8 IF-ED



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    I love this one, Rafael. These abstract bokehgraphs are terrific

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by seakayaker View Post

    Fire Sunrise (OOF)


    GF1 with Voigtlander Heliar Classic 75mm f1.8 -- ISO 200 -- f1.8 -- 1/125

    . . . . . took photo when walking out the front door last wednesday . . . . .




    . . . . and this one, from Dan. Stunning

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    It is snowing in the Netherlands...





    regards, Jerry

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    It is snowing in the Netherlands...


    regards, Jerry
    Hi JerryMK,
    Lovely images as usual!

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    Walking through the shopping street.

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