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    Some light from new year decorate






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    Christmas tree bokeh with G2 and Rollei Planar 50mm 1.8 at F 4 (I think).

    This is one of the glass bells that have been on the Christmas trees in our family for the last 100 years or so (at least since my grand parents where young, but I think my father told me they were from his grand parents).
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    In Denmark we call Christmas the feast of the hearts. This heart was made by my wife some 15 years ago.
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    A (late) merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all of you!
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    Quote Originally Posted by KlausInDK View Post
    Christmas tree bokeh with G2 and Rollei Planar 50mm 1.8 at F 4 (I think).

    This is one of the glass bells that have been on the Christmas trees in our family for the last 100 years or so (at least since my grand parents where young, but I think my father told me they were from his grand parents).
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    In Denmark we call Christmas the feast of the hearts. This heart was made by my wife some 15 years ago.
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    A (late) merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all of you!
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    Hi Klaus in Denmark,
    These are precious and lovely Christmas ornaments!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jkung View Post
    Some light from new year decorate


    Hi jkung,
    Happy New Year to you! This one is a very nice bokehgraph!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leica 77 View Post
    Hi jkung,
    Happy New Year to you! This one is a very nice bokehgraph!
    +10

    I love this one, jkung.

    KlausInDk - That silver bell is wonderful


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    This one is a physics bokehgraph: Sigma 500mm Mirror lens.

    "Schrodinger's Donuts" (sorry, I can't do an umlaut)

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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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    *******!!!!Happy New Year everybody!!!!********

    Spend some time without WWW
    Among all the fantastic contributions this one was (also) my favourite!
    Congrats Dan!

    @ Keith; Well spoken! You are the man! Thanks for that. Looking forward to continue to contribute to this wonderful thread on this nice forum.

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    Here is one from cold Normandy.

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    Thank you "Leica 77" and "woodmancy" and HNY to your guys!!! ^^

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    Misses photographing for some time. Here are two with the Italian TS adapter.

    Cheers, Michiel






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    Three lovely images, Michiel

    "First Lights" is a wonderful example of bokeh and tilt working together to produce a fine picture.

    The Reflections image makes me shiver to look at it. Both these pictures remind me a lot of the work that Mike Regnier does over in the blends thread.

    You have a unique style - which shows in all your pictures.

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    Three lovely images, Michiel ...
    You have a unique style - which shows in all your pictures.
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    +100.

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    Here is a noisy one - texture by noise

    "Sunrise over Stromboli"

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    "White Orchids". L10 + Leitz Summicron R 50mm.


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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    Here is a noisy one - texture by noise

    "Sunrise over Stromboli"

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    Beautiful noise in your sunset/dawn of Stromboli!
    I am looking forward to your next trip.
    Are you doing a PAD project again?

    And many thanks for your comments!!

    Michiel

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leica 77 View Post
    "White Orchids". L10 + Leitz Summicron R 50mm.

    Hello Leica77 Nicely centered B&W bokeh

    Thank you for your supporting comments. Much appreciated

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    Nice to see a b & w bokehgraph, Leica. This one is beautifully executed and composed.
    We don't see many images here in b & w but when we do, they get a lot of attention.

    Michiel - I'm off on a cruise to Hawaii in a few weeks and I will be doing a PAD project. Lot's of days at sea, but there is always plenty of opportunity for shots on a cruise ship - let's hope the ship has upgraded it's internet feed (usually very slow)

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    Nice to see a b & w bokehgraph, Leica. This one is beautifully executed and composed.
    We don't see many images here in b & w but when we do, they get a lot of attention.

    Michiel - I'm off on a cruise to Hawaii in a few weeks and I will be doing a PAD project. Lot's of days at sea, but there is always plenty of opportunity for shots on a cruise ship - let's hope the ship has upgraded it's internet feed (usually very slow)

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    Hi Keith and Michiel,
    Many thanks for your kind comments. Keith, have an enjoyable journey to Hawaii! Have you decided which lenses to take with you on your trip? Best regards,

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    Bought some new gloves today to be able to press the button.

    Michiel


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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Bought some new gloves today to be able to press the button.
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    Hi Michiel,
    Excellent bokehgraph! Your new gloves must have worked really well for these large buttons ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Bought some new gloves today to be able to press the button.

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    My first dinner of this year "Sushi" ^^
    take by 20/1.7







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    Quote Originally Posted by jkung View Post
    My first dinner of this year "Sushi" ^^
    take by 20/1.7


    Lovely bokeh, jkung!

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    "White Orchids Take Two".


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    Quote Originally Posted by Leica 77 View Post
    Lovely bokeh, jkung!
    + 1 I want sushi too, yummi!
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    @ Leica; Keep 'm coming!

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    Two shots through shopwindows, selling different stuff

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    Keith, have an enjoyable journey to Hawaii! Have you decided which lenses to take with you on your trip? Best regards,
    Leica

    I will take two cameras, my G1 and my Sony a55. My tilt adapter is for M42 lenses, so I will take a few of those (I have an adapter to use them on the Sony)
    To augment the bokeh work I'll tuck in some c-mount lenses and carry a plastic camera

    The tough decision is whether to use the G1 or the Sony for regular travel work - that decides which zooms I take. I don't want this package to get too heavy

    All of this may change minutes before the cab comes to take us to the airport

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    ... The tough decision is whether to use the G1 or the Sony for regular travel work - that decides which zooms I take. I don't want this package to get too heavy. All of this may change minutes before the cab comes to take us to the airport
    Keith
    Hi Keith,
    Greetings! It must be always exciting for you to pick and choose the camera gear that you want to take with you on your travels to all four corners of the world! We eagerly look forward to seeing your contributions from the sea and Hawaiian islands in a couple of weeks. No doubt, you will be sailing in the same water as Capt. James Cook. Have a pleasant journey!

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    I've been absent from this forum for a few days, and I'm pleased to find many more beautiful bokehgraphs from several participants !

    Michiel, love your "shoes" and "whistle" but "look out" is my favorite !
    Leica77, lovely white orchids !
    jkung, I need to convince my wife to make sushi again !

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    I've received a few lenses in DKL mount recently, and I'll go through the process of testing the bokeh as opportunities arise !

    Here's from my two "new" voigtlander lenses .


    G1 with Voigtlaender Super-Dynarex 135/4


    G1 with Voigtlander Septon 50/2

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    I've received a few lenses in DKL mount recently, and I'll go through the process of testing the bokeh as opportunities arise !


    G1 with Voigtlander Septon 50/2
    Have a nice day,
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    Hi Rafael,
    The background bokeh in the second image captured with your new Septon 50/2 glass has a distinct character. As you know, it is the kind of bokeh I really like!

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    G1
    ZM 50mm f/1.5 C-Sonnar T* @ f/2
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    Cheers!!!




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    snap view



    Olympus E-5 + Sigma 50mm f1.4, no NR
    ISO 200 @f1.4, 1/50 second, 50mm focal length

    Keith, i hope this is enough visible bokeh ...
    If not, join us in the set and i promise you see bokeh after seconds ...
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    Klaus

    That is one of the creamiest, smoothest bokehs we have seen in the thread - and that model is working overtime for you



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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    From today's visit to the Atomium in Brussels.
    G1 with Voigtlander Septon 50/2



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    Quote Originally Posted by f6cvalkyrie View Post
    From today's visit to the Atomium in Brussels.
    G1 with Voigtlander Septon 50/2

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    The Atomium is a great place to go. Love the outragious design of the thing.
    You can see it on the railings too. Very nice photo!

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    Looking at "de koffiesalon" with the Italian Tilt adapter for Jorgen.

    ( These are scratches on the window not on the lens )

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    From today with a lens of which I just wrote in another thread that it almost alway dissapoints me, but not this time.
    Anyway this is the lowest light lens I can use with my Tilt adapter.
    This one is through reflecting coloured glass.

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    Tryed to post this one before, but didn't work, now it does.



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    Lovely series, Michiel !

    Here's another shot with my Voigtlander Septon 50/2



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    Auto CHINON 55mm F1.4 Tomioka


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    Hi Michiel, Rafael, Peter, Klaus, jkung, and hakkalo,
    Excellent Bokehgraphs! Here is something captured at a cosmetic store. GH2 + Leica D 14-150mm ASPH via DMW-MA1.


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    Because of this thread I have started a series of fuzzygraphs. Thanks!!! Joe

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    Very nice, Joe

    You are going to have a lot of fun

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    "Jeepney". GH2 + Lumix 20mm f1.7 ASPH.


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    "Jeepney 2". GH2 + Lumix 20mm f1.7 ASPH.


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    "Jeepney 3". GH2 + Lumix 20mm f1.7 ASPH.


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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by Leica 77 View Post
    "Jeepney 3". GH2 + Lumix 20mm f1.7 ASPH.

    These are wonderful fast (taxi?) cars
    Congratulations with your new GH2.
    How do you like it? Would like to buy one, but body only, without the kitlens.
    Or in combination with the 20mm. Unfortunatly not possible yet.

    Greetings, Michiel

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    These are wonderful fast (taxi?) cars
    Congratulations with your new GH2.
    How do you like it? Would like to buy one, but body only, without the kitlens.
    Or in combination with the 20mm. Unfortunatly not possible yet.

    Greetings, Michiel
    Hi Michiel,
    Many thanks for your kind comments. As you can see, it is nice to be back in South East Asia even for a short period of time. As to the GH2, I am still "test driving" the new GH2 -- hard to keep up with the fast jeepneys (micro public transport). So far, I am quite impressed with the GH2. Best regards,

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