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    Here is one, still at night.
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    Went to the Christmas tree again...


    What it's all about von oliverleschke auf Flickr


    And then watched a documentary about Polaroid and came up with this


    Exposed twice von oliverleschke auf Flickr


    Merry Christmas everybody!

    I hope you enjoy it!
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    \Nikon 4P/0.1


    Magnification with this rig is about 4:1 I think.







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    Enjoy!

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    These are massively scaled down. There's a lot of missing detail in these shots. Here's a little GIF anim. that shows it from scaled to the 100% crop size:






    All of the above are RAW without any processing BTW - straight conversions to JPeg. All Hand-held too. Hand-holding at 4:1 is a major task!

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    Merry Christmas to everybody

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    Quote Originally Posted by JGH View Post
    Hi All,

    Noticed some strange and interesting colours whilst helping my wife wrap some pressies with Hologromatic wrapping paper, so i swiped a peice and scuttled off to photograph it

    ISO 800 1/10sec F5.6 35mm


    ISO 800 1/5sec F5.6 -0.3EV 35mm

    Happy Christmas to everyone & hope you get some new camera bits for xmas.

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    Very festive bokehgraphs, I love them

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    Happy holiday season to bokehgraphers across the world

    Thank you for all of the beautiful images displayed over the past year. I look forward to seeing them each day. I've learned so much - and bought so much The lens factor in our photos is perhaps one of the most interesting, and we see more lenses in action in this thread than any other. Most of them are classics that would be dead and gone without people like you. But, there are new lenses too that everyone are eager to see. Let's keep up the momentum thoughout next year.

    Thanks to the believers, the stalwarts, the trail-blazers, the innovators, and the new-comers. There is still much to do, and much to explore.

    Regards to everyone

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    Happy holiday season to bokehgraphers across the world

    Thank you for all of the beautiful images displayed over the past year. I look forward to seeing them each day. I've learned so much - and bought so much The lens factor in our photos is perhaps one of the most interesting, and we see more lenses in action in this thread than any other. Most of them are classics that would be dead and gone without people like you. But, there are new lenses too that everyone are eager to see. Let's keep up the momentum thoughout next year.

    Thanks to the believers, the stalwarts, the trail-blazers, the innovators, and the new-comers. There is still much to do, and much to explore.

    Regards to everyone

    Keith


    Hi Keith,
    Season's Greetings! Thanks so much for your lovely message. Your stellar leadership has made this Bokeh thread one of the most dynamic meeting places within this Forum. Just over the past 5 days, excellent contributions have been submitted to the present thread from bokeh enthusiasts from many parts of the world. Those who have recently contributed their bokehgraphs include: Keith, Michiel, Rafael, Dan, Tesselator, Friedel, JGH, hakkalo, Doc Klaus, Oliver, PeterB666, vadatax, Winkel, Klythawk, jkung, Rimasson, ... What I see is a healthy and friendly growth of the number of bokeh enthusiasts. Looking at the future, as you say, we still have much to do and we shall explore more. Best wishes to everyone for the Holiday Season!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leica 77 View Post
    Hi Keith,
    Season's Greetings! Thanks so much for your lovely message. Your stellar leadership has made this Bokeh thread one of the most dynamic meeting places within this Forum. Just over the past 5 days, excellent contributions have been submitted to the present thread from bokeh enthusiasts from many parts of the world. Those who have recently contributed their bokehgraphs include: Keith, Michiel, Rafael, Dan, Tesselator, Friedel, JGH, hakkalo, Doc Klaus, Oliver, PeterB666, vadatax, Winkel, Klythawk, jkung, Rimasson, ... What I see is a healthy and friendly growth of the number of bokeh enthusiasts. Looking at the future, as you say, we still have much to do and we shall explore more. Best wishes to everyone for the Holiday Season!
    ++2


    . . . . . but you left someone out ....."Those who have recently contributed their bokehgraphs include: Keith, Michiel, Rafael, Dan, Tesselator, Friedel, JGH, hakkalo, Doc Klaus, Oliver, PeterB666, vadatax, Winkel, Klythawk, jkung, Rimasson, ... "and Leica

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    Autumn

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    started out green
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    expose their veins
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    breath and die
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    Autumn Leafs


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    . . . . . thank you for the recommendation Michiel!


    Happy Holidays!


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    Our Christmas Tree has exploded in an inferno of colours
    Or have I been to much on cocaine ??

    G1 with Retina Tele-Xenar 135/2.8



    Merry Christmas to all of you !
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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by seakayaker View Post

    Christmas Light Balls
    GF1 with Voigtlander Nokton 25mm f0.95 -- ISO 400 -- f0.95 -- 1/125


    "Happy Christmas to all, and to all a good-night."
    ~ Clement Clark Moore

    Lovely picture, Dan
    And Merry Christmas to you !
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tesselator View Post


    Magnification with this rig is about 4:1 I think.
    Nope, ONLY if you use the correct distance between that objective and the sensor, which was for a tube length of 160mm for Nikon microscopes. You'rs is much shorter, so magnification is much lower. Take a shot of that ruler in the background and divide by sensor size, then you know exactly! [read it on the objective 160/- means that and a focal length of about 40mm and no cover glass needs to be used. 0.1 is the NA, which corresponds to about f5].

    Nice results actually!

    P.S.: This cheap chinese RMS cone shaped tube is known to be prone to flare (they forgot to copy that from my original design I made for Beljan Manufacturing/US). Tape some black light absorbing material inside or use matte lacquer to prevent this.
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    @Dan, Raf, Keith, Leica: wonderful bokeh shots!


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    Quote Originally Posted by kds315 View Post
    Nope, ONLY if...
    It's close anyway tho. I get 4.9mm of focus-plane subject across the 18mm sensor surface. Right? The M4/3 sensors are 18mm wide yeah?


    Nice results actually!
    Thanks!


    my original design...
    Interesting I know another guy who says it's his design - unless you're the same guy on www.photomacrography.net Ooooo, the plot thickens...




    Happy Christmas from me and my GH1 with FD 85/1.2 L












    Enjoy!


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    Quote Originally Posted by seakayaker View Post

    Chrismas Light Balls


    GF1 with Voigtlander Nokton 25mm f0.95 -- ISO 400 -- f0.95 -- 1/125


    "Happy Christmas to all, and to all a good-night."
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    THAT rocks!

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    THAT rocks!
    +100 from me, too

    Lovely one Dan

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    +100 from me, too

    Lovely one Dan

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    Hi Dan,

    +200. This one is a great tribute to your outstanding mastery of the new Nokton 25mm f0.95 lens. Merry Christmas!

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    Quote Originally Posted by f6cvalkyrie View Post
    Our Christmas Tree has exploded in an inferno of colours
    Or have I been to much on cocaine ??

    G1 with Retina Tele-Xenar 135/2.8



    Merry Christmas to all of you !
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    Hi Rafael,
    Merry Christmas to you and all your loved ones!

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    Happy Christmas from me and my GH1 with FD 85/1.2 L








    Enjoy!
    Hi Tesselator,
    Happy Christmas to you! Your abstract bokehgraphs are colorful and beautiful!

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    @Dan, Raf, Keith, Leica: wonderful bokeh shots!

    Hi Doc Klaus,
    It's a lovely bokehgraph with lenticular bokeh! Merry Christmas to you!

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    Hi Tesselator,
    Happy Christmas to you! Your abstract bokehgraphs are colorful and beautiful!
    Thanks Leica! Very nice of you to say!

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    Quote Originally Posted by seakayaker View Post

    Chrismas Light Balls


    GF1 with Voigtlander Nokton 25mm f0.95 -- ISO 400 -- f0.95 -- 1/125

    "Happy Christmas to all, and to all a good-night."
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    Hi Dan,
    Please allow me to emphasize my praise for this special image by saying I agree with Tesselator and Keith that this image really ROCKS!

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    All with the GF1 and Voightlander 25mm.

    Happy Christmas!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leica 77 View Post
    Hi Dan,
    Please allow me to emphasize my praise for this special image by saying I agree with Tesselator and Keith that this image really ROCKS!
    +100!!

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    All with the GF1 and Voightlander 25mm.

    Happy Christmas!
    Very nice!! The new CV 0.95/25mm I guess?

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    Chrismas Light Balls


    GF1 with Voigtlander Nokton 25mm f0.95 -- ISO 400 -- f0.95 -- 1/125


    "Happy Christmas to all, and to all a good-night."
    ~ Clement Clark Moore

    Amazing shot Dan, good to see you have fully recovered after your fall.

    Would like to take this opportunity to thank all the regular contributors to this smashing thread, it provides all the inspiration i need.

    Wishing everyone a merry Christmas and healthy new year.

    John.

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    Happy Holidays to Everyone! G1 + Carl Zeiss Jena Biotar 7,5cm f1,5.


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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Again, so many fantastic bokehgraphs added recently by all participants.
    This topic remains my favorite of all forum/topics I visit !
    Congrats to all, and happy holidays !
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    Very nice!! The new CV 0.95/25mm I guess?
    Yes, sorry, should have been more specific. Wonderful lens!

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    Happy Holidays to Everyone! G1 + Carl Zeiss Jena Biotar 7,5cm f1,5.


    Leica, this bokehgraph created with the Zeiss Jena Biotar 7.5cm f1.5 is simply amazing! Love the colors and the circular bokeh!

    Outstanding!

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    Hi Doc Klaus,
    It's a lovely bokehgraph with lenticular bokeh! Merry Christmas to you!


    ++2 !!! A beautiful bokehgraph Klaus!

    Not sure what lens you used but the bokeh is spectacular! Love the circular shapes that float down and appear as bowls . . . . . Wonderful!

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    Quote Originally Posted by f6cvalkyrie View Post
    Again, so many fantastic bokehgraphs added recently by all participants.
    This topic remains my favorite of all forum/topics I visit !
    Congrats to all, and happy holidays !
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    ++1 !!!


    Yes, it is great to see the bokeh thread alive and healthy as we head into the new year! Beautiful imaginative bokeh!

    Thanks everyone for the kind comments regarding the 'Christmas Light Balls' bokeh shot. I took the shot through my side window, (on a rainy night - it is Seattle after all), of my neighbors Christmas tree strung in white lights after everyone turned in for the night in anticipation of Santa's arrival.

    I enjoyed the moment!

    I do hope Santa or one of his helpers brought something for you all along with health & happiness for the upcoming year!

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    Thanks Dan and to all Happy New Year!



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    Lovely images everyone!!

    Here is one that reminds me of the manicured arrays of trees in the squares of Spain and Portugal - but this is from the City Hall Square in Toronto on Christmas Eve.

    Yashica EZ F521 with a lovely plastic lens

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    Here's another one using the same camera and lens

    "Late Night Skating"

    Keith


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    Oooo, sell me that Biotar 75/1.5

    I'll trade ya a Canon FD 24mm/2.0





    The Canon FD 24mm F2.0 all taken at F/2.0. I have to say I'm a bit surprised at how good this lens is. I thought for sure there would be CA with extreme bokeh like this. But it's clear, contrasty, and very little CA at all. Nice bokeh IMO too! I included a 100% crop after each image - taken yesterday.































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    Leica Bokeh


    GF1 with Voigtlander Nokton 25mm f0.95 -- ISO 400 -- f2.8 -- 1/50


    Santa arrived a few days late . . . . . his little elf's from the USPS arrived today with holiday greetings . . . . .



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    Congratulations Dan
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    . . . Dan, that's nice

    But don't let it interfere with your bokeh projects - I have an Epson RD-1 and I don't think you can see bokeh through that viewfinder

    Happy New Year - some day the flowers will come

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    Congrats Dan!

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    Take with Canon 70-200 4L, BTW Congrats to you Dan!!



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    Lovely one, jkung

    Interesting subject and composition

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    Here is one from my summer activities

    Taken with the G1 and Sima 100mm/f2 soft focus lens

    "Fern Garden"

    Keith


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    . . . . . thanks everyone for the congrats on picking up the M8.2 . . . . . enjoying the experience, just need more time and more light!

    Anyway, something from a recent visit to the Woodland Park Zoo with the GF1!

    Komodo Dragon


    GF1 with Leica D Summilux 25mm f/1.4 -- ISO 200 -- f/1.4 -- 1/125



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    "Book Bokeh: #1 Worldwide Bestseller ... (US Edition)". Carl Zeiss Jena Biotar 7,5cm.


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