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    Quote Originally Posted by kweide View Post
    It is a len flare. Caused mainly thru sunlight hitting diagonal the old Tamron lens without lenshood. I could see the ghost vanishing while stopping down, so i decided to keep my little lensghost alive and opened the aperture to max which is f2.5 and optimizing the angle to the sunlight to have that colors.

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    Mon Sep 28, Batumi, Georgia. G1 with Pentax 50/1.4

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    Mon Sep 28, Batumi, Georgia. G1 with Pentax 50/1.4

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    Hi Keith, this image is wonderful,!

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    Bokeh-party during the annual fancy fair in our village

    Super Comat 25/1.9, used wide open




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    Hi Rafael, this one is my favorite! Three Cheers!

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    G1 + Leica Summicron R 50mm. "After the Morning Rain".


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    Hi, Leica77,

    a few days ago, I shot one in the same colour scheme, with the Reflex-Nikkor 500/8



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    Tuesday, 29 Sep. G1 with 45-200 kit lens.
    "Trabzon Turkey"


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    Hi Keith and Rafael,
    Excellent bokehgraphs! Rafael, I like your image, "Radio-activity! Keith, your post from Turkey is fascinating!


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    hello ...

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    Nice bokehgraphs produced by your hexanon 50mm F1.4 and hexanon 24mm F2.8 lenses. All the best!

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    G1 + Leica Summicron 50mm R. "Basket II".


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    Very nice new additions! Keith, nice vague architecture from Turkey! Raphael, Leica77 and konar, very nice. Like your lollys, konor!
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    Excellent bokehgraph combining bokeh with movement!

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    Thank you Leica77. This was done through a lot of hanging bling bling on the Fleamarket.
    All the best, Michiel

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    mirror lens 350mm f5.6
    where is the horse?

    http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2516/...a8b46552ec.jpg

    hexanon 50mm 1.4

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    mirror lens 350mm f5.6
    where is the horse?

    http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2516/...a8b46552ec.jpg

    hexanon 50mm 1.4

    Excellent bokehgraphs! Nice colors and fine bokeh!

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    Hi konar,
    I'm glad to have you with us and like your bokeh-graphs very much !

    To Leica77, lovely basket

    To Michel, superb shot from the flee-market

    Keith, you're having great fun bokehgraphing through Europe, I see ? Excellent shots !!!

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    Meet Jaqueline
    G1 with Super Comat 25mm f1.9



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    Early autumn leaves
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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    This one is shot with the Konika Hexanon AR 135/3.5



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    I am on a very flaky internet connection, so I am concentrating on getting my images up. But, everyone is doing lovely stuff. So I'll wait for my comments until I get home.

    This one is interesting from the view of how much artistic license the bokehgraph allows you - - - - -

    Wed, 30 Sep. Sinop Turkey.

    This is a bokehgraph taken today in Sinop. But as I processed it I realized that, it’s abstraction gives me an impression of history. In a couple of days I will be in Ukraine and at the site of the Battle of Balaclava, where a few horsemen were sent into the mouths of many canon and didn’t stand a chance.
    Tennyson wrote “Into the Valley of Death rode the Six Hundred.”
    In this image, I can see:
    Blood, chaos, arms, hands, horses and mud



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    Excellent creative contributions to bokehgraphy, Keith, Rafael, and hakkalo!


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    This image is tremendous!

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    I am on a very flaky internet connection, so I am concentrating on getting my images up. But, everyone is doing lovely stuff. So I'll wait for my comments until I get home.

    This one is interesting from the view of how much artistic license the bokehgraph allows you - - - - -

    Wed, 30 Sep. Sinop Turkey.

    This is a bokehgraph taken today in Sinop. But as I processed it I realized that, it’s abstraction gives me an impression of history. In a couple of days I will be in Ukraine and at the site of the Battle of Balaclava, where a few horsemen were sent into the mouths of many canon and didn’t stand a chance.
    Tennyson wrote “Into the Valley of Death rode the Six Hundred.”
    In this image, I can see:
    Blood, chaos, arms, hands, horses and mud


    Quite profound bokehgraph!

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    I would like to say, I love this thread so much. I find it excellent when people find new (or maybe rediscover? My photography history knowledge is... not so great,) ways to utilize existing technology and mediums. When I get the time to convert some of the ones I've shot, I'm going to contribute, but man, so many of the photos posted already are just great to view.

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    Quote Originally Posted by weaselboy View Post
    I would like to say, I love this thread so much. I find it excellent when people find new (or maybe rediscover? My photography history knowledge is... not so great,) ways to utilize existing technology and mediums. When I get the time to convert some of the ones I've shot, I'm going to contribute, but man, so many of the photos posted already are just great to view.
    Hi weaselboy,
    It is a fun thread, indeed, with lots of creative experiments and discoveries! We shall look forward to your future contributions! All the best!

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Hi,

    I did not expect my c-mount Cine-Ektar 15/2.5 to give nice bokeh (I associate that with longer focal length lenses), but, OMG, I was wrong

    Here's a first example



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    [QUOTE=woodmancy;139997]I am on a very flaky internet connection, so I am concentrating on getting my images up. But, everyone is doing lovely stuff. So I'll wait for my comments until I get home.

    This one is interesting from the view of how much artistic license the bokehgraph allows you - - - - -

    Wed, 30 Sep. Sinop Turkey.

    This is a bokehgraph taken today in Sinop. But as I processed it I realized that, it’s abstraction gives me an impression of history. In a couple of days I will be in Ukraine and at the site of the Battle of Balaclava, where a few horsemen were sent into the mouths of many canon and didn’t stand a chance.
    Tennyson wrote “Into the Valley of Death rode the Six Hundred.”
    In this image, I can see:
    Blood, chaos, arms, hands, horses and mud

    Keith, this must be a fantastic cruise going all around the black sea as well.
    Your story and bokehphoto did make me think of Paolo Ucello, the fantastic medieval painter, with his three paintings of "The battle of San Romano".
    One of the first exercises in perspective.
    Here is one of them for you. (from internet)
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    In variation on "Beat it"

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    Nice collection Leica77, looks like jewelry instead of clothes.
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    Was not ment to be but thats part of live I guess




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    Very delicate waterdrops and a nice mix of real and diafragma bubbles,Jerry MK
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    The eye

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    Can anyone see signs of coma and spherical aberrations?



    The first time I did, unequivocally. Looks like this is a good test for those.
    Last edited by Vivek; 1st October 2009 at 15:04.

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    I am on a very flaky internet connection, so I am concentrating on getting my images up. But, everyone is doing lovely stuff. So I'll wait for my comments until I get home.

    This one is interesting from the view of how much artistic license the bokehgraph allows you - - - - -

    Wed, 30 Sep. Sinop Turkey.

    This is a bokehgraph taken today in Sinop. But as I processed it I realized that, it’s abstraction gives me an impression of history. In a couple of days I will be in Ukraine and at the site of the Battle of Balaclava, where a few horsemen were sent into the mouths of many canon and didn’t stand a chance.
    Tennyson wrote “Into the Valley of Death rode the Six Hundred.”
    In this image, I can see:
    Blood, chaos, arms, hands, horses and mud

    Keith, this must be a fantastic cruise going all around the black sea as well.
    Your story and bokehphoto did make me think of Paolo Ucello, the fantastic medieval painter, with his three paintings of "The battle of San Romano".
    One of the first exercises in perspective.
    Here is one of them for you. (from internet)
    Michiel

    Thanks for this, Michiel - I was not aware of this painting. I think when my image started to evolve and I thought about the subject, I had a little bit of Picasso's Guernica in my mind, because of the chaos and carnage.
    BTW, I love the stuff you are doing recently, reminds me of the cheerful impressionist paintings of seaside towns.

    This cruise is indeed very interesting, going to some unusual places.

    Keith

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    Thursday Oct 1, Sevastopol

    We visited site of the Charge of the Light Brigade. Doesn't look like a war zone now Lovely sunshine and vineyards everywhere.
    So I had to resort to Bokehgraphy to represent a bit about what was going through my head.

    This is called "The Valley of Death"

    Cannon to right of them,
    Cannon to left of them,
    Cannon in front of them
    Volley'd & thunder'd;
    Storm'd at with shot and shell,
    Boldly they rode and well,
    Into the jaws of Death,
    Into the mouth of Hell
    Rode the six hundred. . . . (Tennyson)

    The white linear structures roughly follow the line of the cannon fire. The intersection is where the carnage happened.

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    Thursday Oct 1, Sevastopol

    We visited site of the Charge of the Light Brigade. Doesn't look like a war zone now Lovely sunshine and vineyards everywhere.
    So I had to resort to Bokehgraphy to represent a bit about what was going through my head.

    This is called "The Valley of Death"

    Cannon to right of them,
    Cannon to left of them,
    Cannon in front of them
    Volley'd & thunder'd;
    Storm'd at with shot and shell,
    Boldly they rode and well,
    Into the jaws of Death,
    Into the mouth of Hell
    Rode the six hundred. . . . (Tennyson)

    The white linear structures roughly follow the line of the cannon fire. The intersection is where the carnage happened.

    Keith



    Another profound bokehgraph, Keith!

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    Was not ment to be but thats part of live I guess

    This is a very nice bokehgraph!

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    Nice collection Leica77, looks like jewelry instead of clothes.
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    Many thanks for your kind comments! The bokehgraph was recorded at a rather high-end boutique show window...

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    Thanks Leica - now for something of a lighter vein
    Friday 2 Oct - at sea.

    "Mosque Bush in Flower"

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    One more impressionistic bokehphoto.

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    Golden sunset (Olympus (real) Pen F 60/1.5).

    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    Can anyone see signs of coma and spherical aberrations?



    The first time I did, unequivocally. Looks like this is a good test for those.
    The Golden sunset is one of my all time favourites of this thread on which I could not react at the time, but it is like a true Edvard Munk. The technical question on the second one I can not answer, but you probably can.
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    Wonderful bokehgraph!

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    Thanks Leica - now for something of a lighter vein
    Friday 2 Oct - at sea.

    "Mosque Bush in Flower"

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    Hi Keith,
    Beautiful bokehgraph!

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