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    Hi !

    Leica77, I like your colourful jeepneys very much !
    Hakkalo, which lens did deliver this nice swirly bokeh ?

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    Hi !

    Leica77, I like your colourful jeepneys very much !
    Hakkalo, which lens did deliver this nice swirly bokeh ?

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    Kinoptik Paris 32mm F1.9

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    Quote Originally Posted by f6cvalkyrie View Post
    Hi !
    Leica77, I like your colourful jeepneys very much !
    Hakkalo, which lens did deliver this nice swirly bokeh ?
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    Hi Rafael,
    Thanks so much for your friendly comments! It is always nice to hear from you. My images are usually static. For these Jeepney images, I tried to add a bit of motion to them. For sure, I need a lot of practice in using the m4/3 camera gear to capture fast moving vehicles. Best,

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    "Fruit Stand". GH2 + Panasonic 7-14mm.


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    "One More Jeepney". GH2 + Panasonic 7-14mm.


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    I love the Jeepney series, Leica. The last two with movement are wonderful

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    I love the Jeepney series, Leica. The last two with movement are wonderful

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    Hi Keith,
    Many thanks for your positive reinforcement. Since it is a new year, I am experimenting with something different, at least, as far as my posts go using m4/3 cameras and lenses. Digital experiments are cost effective as I do not waste any films. You must be getting ready for your Hawaiian cruise by now. Best regards,

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    ^^

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    From a shoot at the Chines pavilion in Brussels
    G1 with Voigtlander Septon 50/2



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    Quote Originally Posted by f6cvalkyrie View Post
    From a shoot at the Chines pavilion in Brussels
    G1 with Voigtlander Septon 50/2
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    Beautiful image and bokeh. I love that lens.

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    Beautiful image and bokeh. I love that lens.
    +100

    Raf - you are a master of bokehgraphy, no matter which shape and form it comes in

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    ^^
    Hey jkung - is this a recent acquisition? If so you are moving in the same direction as Dan

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    Hakkalo

    My favorite style of bokehgraph - lots of interest in there, either in focus or out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    +100

    Raf - you are a master of bokehgraphy, no matter which shape and form it comes in

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    +200.

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    Hey jkung - is this a recent acquisition? If so you are moving in the same direction as Dan

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    Hi Keith

    my friend in Thailand Just sold to me yesterday.
    BTW, not include lens in picture. So I got voigtlander 35/1.2 for my M8.2.
    So mid of next month I will fly back to Thailand for vacations then I can got my 8.2

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    Jkung - We are all looking forward to seeing the bokehgraphy from this wonderful camera

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    Jkung - We are all looking forward to seeing the bokehgraphy from this wonderful camera

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    +100. We see cross migrations of digital imaging enthusiasts (e.g. m4/3 to Leica; Leica to m4/3; m4/3 to 4/3; 4/3 to m4/3; Nikon to m4/3; etc.). We also see many multiple format enthusiasts. More joy to you!
    Last edited by Leica 77; 14th January 2011 at 15:54.

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    thx guys, i'm also hope i can use this camera very well..^^

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    Quote Originally Posted by jkung View Post
    Hi Keith

    my friend in Thailand Just sold to me yesterday.
    BTW, not include lens in picture. So I got voigtlander 35/1.2 for my M8.2.
    So mid of next month I will fly back to Thailand for vacations then I can got my 8.2
    . . . . . congratulations on the M8.2!

    Looking forward to seeing what bokeh can be produced with the 35/1.2!

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    . . . . . congratulations on the M8.2!

    Looking forward to seeing what bokeh can be produced with the 35/1.2!
    Thx Dan....i also wanna see what is 35/1.2 got

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Thanks for your comments

    Here's one from today's walk in the park.
    Shot with G1 and SK Retina-Xenar 50/2.8 + N I/32 close-up lens



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    GF-1 + 45mm elmarit macro


    And just for fun this is with the 7-14 f4 at 14mm (f4)

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    Quote Originally Posted by f6cvalkyrie View Post
    Thanks for your comments

    Here's one from today's walk in the park.
    Shot with G1 and SK Retina-Xenar 50/2.8 + N I/32 close-up lens



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    Nice colours and bokeh for wintertime! Probably a Schneider lens?
    Can have a lovely wild bokeh or restless bokeh as they say.

    Greetings, Michiel

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Nice colours and bokeh for wintertime! Probably a Schneider lens?
    Can have a lovely wild bokeh or restless bokeh as they say.

    Greetings, Michiel
    Thanks, Michiel.
    It's indeed a Schneider Kreuznach lens !
    My collection of DKL mount lenses is slowly growing, so I'm looking forward to springtime to start a new FLAD

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    From last week. Too busy now.

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    Nice, Michiel

    I love the way that tilt adapter provides an in focus slice through the image. It gives the photographer lots of creative possibilities.

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    This pic take from GF-1 + Aus Jane


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    Hi Rafael, Mark, Michiel, and jkung,
    Great bokehgraphs produced with the use of a variety of legacy lenses!

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    A Bokehgraph from South East Asia. L10 + Leica R 50mm Summicron.


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    Another Bokehgraph from South East Asia. Same Specs.


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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Hi, Leica77, very nice shots with your Leica R 50mm !
    They inspired me to post this one, shot on saturday with the G1 and SK Retina-Xenar 50/2.8 + N I/32 close-up lens



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    Hi, Leica77, very nice shots with your Leica R 50mm !
    They inspired me to post this one, shot on saturday with the G1 and SK Retina-Xenar 50/2.8 + N I/32 close-up lens

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    Hi Rafael,
    Thank you for your kind comments. We inspire each other and it is a great thing! The bokeh produced by your Retina-Xenar glass is quite smooth.

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    Lovely bokehgraphs Hakkalo, Mark, jkung , Rafael and Leica77.
    We will keep them flowing through space

    And thank you Keith for your words
    ( When spring arrives I'll be ready for LAD Part III, lenscollection is still slowly growing )

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    Evening all; first post here, thought I'd try and contribute to one of my favourite ongoing threads



    GF1 + Kern-Switar 25mm f1.4 (via Metabones); spot the lens with a fungal problem!

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    Hi Michiel and ishani,
    Lovely bokehgraphs! Best,

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    Sweet adventures with a 20mm f1.7
    Last edited by peterb; 6th February 2011 at 11:05.
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    Birch Bark as seen by a 20mm f1.7 on a G1
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    my new toys "white bumper for i4" take from Lx-3 ^^

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Michiel, I love your "warm and cold", very nice atmosphere !
    Ishani, welcome and very nice shot.
    Peter, very nice as well, but please, I'm on a diet, and running 1.5Hr a day to get rid of my 10kg overweight I have assembled over the lasts months, so, please ....
    jkung, nice case, and well shot !

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    Thanks Rafael

    Here is one from today's fleamarket.

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    "Pixelated Polaroid"

    Yashica F521

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    GF-1 with 70-200 F4L


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    In the evening office area.

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

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    In the evening office area.

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    Hi Michiel,
    Beautiful Bokehgraph! The revolving door is such an interesting subject and a creative idea on your part to make a great use of it!

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Keith, your "pixelated polaroid" is lovely !
    Michiel, beautiful colours in your revolver door

    Here's my "Panalympus bokeh", shot with the G1 and the 45-200 coupled to the Olympus B300



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    I love your latest image - the bokeh is subtle and beautifully structured

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    This one is technically a blend (the square framing) but mostly bokeh

    "Window through Vines"

    G1 with Pentax 50/1.4 and tilt adapter

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    GF-1 with 70-200 F4L

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    I love the composition on this one

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    Nice (Spanish) windows Keith!

    Rafael, nice one, but I am not sure I understand your set up
    (I had to use this one )

    jkung that looks like very delicate fresh crop.

    Here is one with a new (old) lens outside the flowershop.

    Michiel


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