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    Thanks, Keith and Michiel !

    And a very nice window, Keith, is that a 3x3 pano shot on film ???

    Michiel, the "Panalympus" is nothing else than a 45-200 Pana lens with an Olympus B300 1.7x focal length multiplyer in front. I use it for birding, the advantage being that you get a 340 mm lens while maintaining autofocus and image stabilisation. It is also a cheap accessory in comparaison with the real thing (100-300mm Pana lens)

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    It is a while sinds I have used my Canon 50mm FD 1.4 on my GH1 and it keeps suprising me.


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    Quote Originally Posted by f6cvalkyrie View Post
    Thanks, Keith and Michiel !

    And a very nice window, Keith, is that a 3x3 pano shot on film ???

    . . .
    Have a nice weekend,
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    No Raf, it is a cheat with just an overlay. I have used it a bit to put some interest into an image. Here I liked the idea of looking at a window through a window

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    Just a quick hello, and congrats to the new entries. I am very busy doing other stuff, including "such stuff":



    That one made it to the last 10 in the ongoing Zeiss contest "Light is my Language" and your support would be highly appreciated by making it your favorite on flickr here.

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    Hi Peter, JerryMK, Michiel, Keith, Rafael, jkung, and Doc Klaus,
    Wonderful Entries!

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    GH2 + Carl Zeiss Jena Biotar 58mm f2.0


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    Lovely classical bokehgraph, Leica

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    Lovely classical bokehgraph, Leica
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    Hi Keith,
    Many thanks for your kind comments! It is always very nice to hear from you.

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    GH2 + Carl Zeiss Jena Biotar 58mm f2.0


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    Both nice bokehgraphs from your Biotar, Leica77, but I personally prefer the B/W shot !

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    Quote Originally Posted by f6cvalkyrie View Post
    Both nice bokehgraphs from your Biotar, Leica77, but I personally prefer the B/W shot !
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    Hi Rafael,
    It is so nice of you to comment on the two bokehgraphs. I agree with you that I also prefer the B/W shot. Best,

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    Indeed Leica, that bw Biotar shot is great esp. the overlying bokehs, forming interesting patterns!!

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    Hi all,

    a new lens found it's way to my home !
    It's a Dreamagon 90/4.0, manufactured by the German manufacturer Seibold in a very limited series, in the 90's. Mine has SN 0239.

    Unfortunately, the sky is very dull and dark (we have smog alert and traffic restrictions here in Brussels), but still, I couldn't sit and wait.

    So, here's the first Dreamagon shot



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    Bokeh courtesy of Mister Carl Zeiss, via 85mm f/1.4 @ f/1.4, GH2, ISO 320.


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    Lovely portrait bokehgraph, DHart.

    I love the composition and that complex but smooth bokeh

    Keith

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    Lovely portrait bokehgraph, DHart.

    I love the composition and that complex but smooth bokeh

    Keith

    ++1! Wonderful shot!

    . . . . . last time we communicated you were sitting on the fence about keeping the Zeiss 85/1.4 due to weight and size. Do you find it a good fit for both your GF1 and GH2.

    Thanks, Dan

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    Keith and Dan... Thanks for the comments and I'm glad you appreciate the image!

    Dan, thank you again for your guidance on helping me zero in on legacy lenses. The weight of this lens is substantial for sure, but I find it is within the ability of the GH2 lens mount to suport it fully on a tripod. My use with it will be mostly hand held, where of course my hand is supporting the lens as much or more than the body itself, so no problems with this lens weight either way. I actually like the weight of the lens as it makes the whole rig more stable in my hands.

    I have used the Planar 85/1.4 just a little bit so far, but already I know that Zeiss is a good choice. The focus mechanism in these lenses is perfect for manual use, something that some other legacy lenses don't do as well with. The damping is pretty heavy, making it more difficult for the focus ring to shift inadvertently on you after achieving critical focus.

    I bought a Canon FD legacy manual lens that the focus ring is so light and sensitive on that I am going to sell it for that reason alone. Any tiny touch on the focusing ring changes the focus, practically breathing on the focus ring changes focus. This is where the Zeiss and Voigtlander manual lenses shine over some of the other options.

    IQ is great, especially stopped down to f/2 to f/5.6. Generally, though, I bought this lens specifically for achieving a painterly look with portraits, so I will probably use it mostly at f1.4 even though the lens is not at it's sharpest there... Actually, that makes it even more suitable for an artsy, more painterly look and maximizes the rich bokeh. I'm really glad I went with the Planar 85/1.4!

    And once again, Dan, you were so helpful and patient in answering all of my questions... I very much appreciate your help on that. The three legacy lenses that I have settled in on are Planar 85/1.4, Planar 50/1.4, and Voigtlander 35/1.2 Aspherical, all to be used primarily for shallow DOF, painterly portrait work. This little GH2 rig may actually displace the use of my 5DMkII and 70-200 f/2.8L... A little bit anyway.

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    GF-1 wiht Jena MC red ^^

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    Hi DHart and jkung,
    Excellent bokehgraphs!

    GH2 + Carl Zeiss Biotar 58mm. Aperture @ f5.6.


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    Sitting in my office just itching to photograph... something, anything... and make some bokeh with this fast little Canon 50/1.4 I just got for my GH2.






    The keyboard images made with the 20mm f/1.7 native lens:



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    Leica77 awesome, colorful image! Are you loving your GH2?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DHart View Post
    Leica77 awesome, colorful image! Are you loving your GH2?
    Hi DHart,
    Many thanks for your kind comments. Yes, the GH2 is a wonderful camera and I love it! How about you? Best,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leica 77 View Post
    Hi DHart,
    Many thanks for your kind comments. Yes, the GH2 is a wonderful camera and I love it! How about you? Best,
    Yes, my friend, I'm really enjoying the GH2. I like my GF1 as well, but given the choice, I just much prefer the using an integrated EVF and the articulating LCD when that method is most appropriate... this camera has so many fantastic features. At this point, my GF1 will be kept mostly as a back up body and for use in particular occasions when the GH2 is somehow just too big or heavy and I need to use a smaller m4/3 body. I was tempted to get a GH1 because I wanted an integrated EFV, but I'm so glad I held off for the GH2. Can't wait to see what the GH3 brings us!

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    More bokeh courtesy of Mister Carl Zeiss. I just picked up this C/Y Planar 50mm f/1.4 from an eBay auction that ended today. Seller happened to be not too far away, the weather was beautiful, so it was an excuse for a Harley ride to go get it. I didn't have a person to be my subject, so I just used the post. Not very exciting subject matter, but I'm thrilled with the bokeh from this lens! GF1, Planar 50mm/1.4, ISO 200, shot @ f/1.4. There is definitely something special about the bokeh with these Planars... 85/1.4 and 50/1.4, to my taste anyway.



    Funny thing, the seller was a camera store with all kinds of used equipment, so I asked if they happened to have a Canon FD 135mm f/2.8. Sure enough, they had one that was indistinguishable from brand new in the factory box. I couldn't resist bringing it home too.

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    ZM 50mm f/1.5 C-Sonnar with 15mm extension on a Panasonic G1
    f/1.5 @ 1/20s, hand held


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    Hi DHart and Peter,
    Excellent bokeh in your images! You are getting a great deal out of fine Zeiss lenses. Best,

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    GF-1 with 20/1.7


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    E-P2 with Nokton 40mm @ f/2.8
    Last edited by Show Performance; 4th February 2011 at 13:32.

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    Hi jkung and Show Performance,
    @ jkung -- very nice smooth bokeh rendered by the 20mm pancake lens.
    @ Show Performance -- I really like the busy bokeh. The Nokton 40mm lens has been shown to be an excellent bokeh lens, especially by Dan in this thread.
    Best,

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    "Singular Leaf"
    It's been a while since I've posted here. Most of my shots have a heavy emphasis on Bokeh, but by the time I've layered it with my textures, then it seems more suited to the Blends thread. Any way, here is one I did tonight.
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    FD 85/1.2 Going for sushi on a snowy night in Japan.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Tesselator View Post



    FD 85/1.2 Going for sushi on a snowy night in Japan.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Leica 77 View Post
    G1 + Carl Zeiss Jena Biotar 7,5cm f1,5.

    I'm still liking this image a lot... Very nice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Don't tempt me. I'm afraid a trip to Japan would bankrupt me for the next millennium or longer
    Tell me about it... <shakes empty wallet over his keyboard as if for the forum to see.>

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    GH2 & Voigtlander Nokton 35mm f/1.2 Aspherical



    GH2 & Voigtlander Nokton 35mm f/1.2 Aspherical



    GH2 & Voigtlander Nokton 35mm f/1.2 Aspherical



    GH2 & Voigtlander Nokton 35mm f/1.2 Aspherical



    GH2 & Zeiss Planar T* 50mm/1.4 @ f/2



    GH2 & Zeiss Planar T* 50mm/1.4 @ f/2



    GH2 & Zeiss Planar T* 50mm/1.4 @ f/2



    GH2 & Zeiss Planar T* 50mm/1.4 @ f/2



    GH2 & Zeiss Planar T* 50mm/1.4 @ f/2




    These fast legacy lenses are so addicting; it seems all I'm thinking these days is
    bokeh, bokeh, bokeh! My Panny lenses are feeling totally left out in the cold!

    Don
    Last edited by DHart; 5th February 2011 at 02:46.

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    x-Fujinon EBC 50MM F1.2+Nex-5


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    Very cool Bigeyes! Wonderful bokeh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigeyes View Post
    x-Fujinon EBC 50MM F1.2+Nex-5

    This is a beautiful bekehgraph -- it is a fantastic setting for it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DHart View Post
    GH2 & Zeiss Planar T* 50mm/1.4 @ f/2



    These fast legacy lenses are so addicting; it seems all I'm thinking these days is bokeh, bokeh, bokeh! My Panny lenses are feeling totally left out in the cold!

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    Hi Don,
    All excellent bokehgraphs -- my favorite is the last one taken with your Zeiss Planar T* 50mm f1.4 lens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tesselator View Post
    I'm still liking this image a lot... Very nice!
    Hi Tesselator,

    Many thanks for your kind comments! It is always great to receive your positive input. Best,

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    Quote Originally Posted by mregnier View Post
    "Singular Leaf"
    It's been a while since I've posted here. Most of my shots have a heavy emphasis on Bokeh, but by the time I've layered it with my textures, then it seems more suited to the Blends thread. Any way, here is one I did tonight.
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    Hi Mike,
    I see some nice bokeh in the background behind the "singular leaf". The combination of the Bokeh - Blends looks so natural to my eyes!

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    Leica 77... I missed that image of yours with the red Japanese Maple leaves.... I so agree with Tesselator, that one is really stunning. Fantastic image!



    Not so much bokeh with this one, but it goes with the truck bokeh set


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    Quote Originally Posted by Tesselator View Post




    FD 85/1.2 Going for sushi on a snowy night in Japan.
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    Hi Tesselator,

    It looks pretty cold over there! The bokeh in the above image is classic! Going for sushi on a snowy night in Japan sounds like a great thing to do. Best,

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    These fast legacy lenses are so addicting; it seems all I'm thinking these days is
    bokeh, bokeh, bokeh! My Panny lenses are feeling totally left out in the cold!

    Don


    Hey Don, nothing wrong with bokeh, bokeh, bokeh. Love your images, this one is my favorite. Very subtle B & W

    Keith


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    Hi Keith! Thanks for the comments and I'm glad you appreciate the images. The image you selected is also one of my most favorites from the other day of playing with bokeh.

    This is really just so much fun.

    Funny realization I'm having... I could do the same bokeh stuff with my 5DMkII and lenses, but I just don't, for some reason. But there is something about the m4/3 system that motivates and invites me to take up the gear and shoot for the fun of it. I don't use the big Canon gear for the "fun" of it, just for work, really. If I didn't need all my Canon gear for work, it would be gone and I'd live happily with m4/3.

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    These fast legacy lenses are so addicting; it seems all I'm thinking these days is
    bokeh, bokeh, bokeh! My Panny lenses are feeling totally left out in the cold!

    Don


    Hey Don, nothing wrong with bokeh, bokeh, bokeh. Love your images, this one is my favorite. Very subtle B & W

    Keith
    +2 Lovely bokeh

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    What a great thread! So many wonderful images. Thanks to everyone for all the great contributions.

    Plymouth



    Olympus E-620 + ED 12-60mm 1:2.8-4.0 SWD, ISO 1000, f4 @ 1/400. This lens is the only reason I keep my Olympus.
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    Paul, wonderful shot of the Plymouth with lovely smooth bokeh! . . . . . also that Voigtlander 35/1.2 has some wonderful Bokeh as well! Must not have GAS , , , , , Must not have GAS , , , , , MUST NOT HAVE GAS! . . . . .. AHHHHHH!

    Don, love your posts with the 50 & 85 Zeiss lens, wonderful bokeh!

    Tesselator, a great bokehgraph with the icicles shot with the FD 85/1.2! Very nice indeed!

    Leica, the red maple leaves and bokeh created with the G1 + Carl Zeiss Jena Biotar 7,5cm f1,5 lens is outstanding! Just Love It! Wonderful!

    Mike the Singular Leaf blend bokeh is fantastic!

    Klaus, the flower posted here others on your Flickr site are Fantastic! To shelf as usual, incredible talent and good luck in the Zeiss contest!

    Also thanks to Rafael, Michiel, Keith, Jerry, M5-Guy, jkung and all the others who have been posting the great Bokeh. I have been browsing when I have time but life has been happening at full speed and what little time I have spent shooting have been take have been with the M8.2 . . . . .

    . . . . . keep 'em coming . . . . .

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    Thanks Sea-kayaker-Dan and Leica...

    Leica, I see you have a little collection of Biotars going... Sweet!




    Great set Don! Really nice! They seem to compliment each other so it's hard to pick one out from the others.

    Quote Originally Posted by DHart View Post
    GH2 & Voigtlander Nokton 35mm f/1.2 Aspherical

    http://i397.photobucket.com/albums/p...h/P1000229.jpg

    GH2 & Voigtlander Nokton 35mm f/1.2 Aspherical

    http://i397.photobucket.com/albums/p...h/P1000211.jpg

    GH2 & Voigtlander Nokton 35mm f/1.2 Aspherical

    http://i397.photobucket.com/albums/p...h/P1000198.jpg

    GH2 & Voigtlander Nokton 35mm f/1.2 Aspherical

    http://i397.photobucket.com/albums/p...h/P1000174.jpg

    GH2 & Zeiss Planar T* 50mm/1.4 @ f/2

    http://i397.photobucket.com/albums/p...h/P1000164.jpg

    GH2 & Zeiss Planar T* 50mm/1.4 @ f/2

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    GH2 & Zeiss Planar T* 50mm/1.4 @ f/2

    http://i397.photobucket.com/albums/p...P1000899-2.jpg

    GH2 & Zeiss Planar T* 50mm/1.4 @ f/2

    http://i397.photobucket.com/albums/p...h/P1000891.jpg

    GH2 & Zeiss Planar T* 50mm/1.4 @ f/2

    http://i397.photobucket.com/albums/p...h/P1000868.jpg


    These fast legacy lenses are so addicting; it seems all I'm thinking these days is
    bokeh, bokeh, bokeh! My Panny lenses are feeling totally left out in the cold!

    Don

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