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    WOW... so many wonderful images from Michiel, hakkalo, JerryMK.... fantastic images, guys... please keep 'em coming!

    Here are a few from a birthday party I went to today...

    GH2, Canon FDn 50mm f/1.4 shot @ f/2



    GH2, Lumix 20mm f/1.7 shot @ f/2


    GH2, Canon FDn 50mm f/1.4 shot @ f/2


    GH2, Canon FDn 50mm f/1.4 shot @ f/2
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    Really lovely set of images, Don - the colors are wonderful.

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    Wonderful indeed Don! What a feast!

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    how's this for bokeh? (leica m8u 35mm f/1.2 - wide open obviously)

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    Really lovely set of images, Don - the colors are wonderful.

    Keith

    Quote Originally Posted by seakayaker View Post
    ++2!

    Love the bokeh, the Caryola Crayons are wonderful!
    ++3!

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    Quote Originally Posted by keeds View Post
    how's this for bokeh? (leica m8u 35mm f/1.2 - wide open obviously)
    Hi keeds,
    The bokeh is terrific!

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    Keith, Klaus, Dan, and my friend Leica... thank you, guys, for your kind comments.

    keeds, I agree with Leica, wonderful bokeh in your image!
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    Hi Guy....Here is my first Bokeh from M8+voigt 35/1.2


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    Looked up, saw this lamp, took the shot...


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    Hi JerryMK and jkung,

    @jkung, we want to see more bokehgraphs taken with your Leica M8!
    @jerryMK, beautiful colors and nice bokeh!

    Best,

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    Hi JerryMK and jkung,

    @jkung, we want to see more bokehgraphs taken with your Leica M8!


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    Thx leica 77, M series is real classic system camera......I really love it

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    From Chinese New Year Celebration. GH2 + Leica M Summicron 50mm f2.0


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    today a very creamy bokeh...




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    Lovely page again keeds, Jkung, Leica77, Don and JerryMK.

    Jerry I really like the lighting on the first two flowers. They look like streetlights themselves.

    Here is some tiny new blossom from today. Could it mean that spring is coming?

    Michiel


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    M8.2 with cron 35/2 wide open


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    I love your black and white bokehgraphs taken with the Leica

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Lovely page again keeds, Jkung, Leica77, Don and JerryMK.

    Jerry I really like the lighting on the first two flowers. They look like streetlights themselves.

    Here is some tiny new blossom from today. Could it mean that spring is coming?

    Michiel

    Michiel

    Oh, I wish spring was on the doorstep here!

    Your colors, as usual are lovely

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    very nice ones guys!! Still waiting for decent weather here...

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    Quote Originally Posted by kds315 View Post
    very nice ones guys!! Still waiting for decent weather here...
    Here in Amsterdam it was nice today. At least the sun was out.

    Michiel




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    Michiel

    I love number 2 - I am a sucker for anything Van Gogh

    As always, lovely images and colors



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    Hi Keith,

    It's not a real one, otherwise I would have bought it.

    Your comment is much appreciated!

    Spring is still not here too. My Canadian quests think it is colder over here then in Ontario/Canada although it freezes less.
    There is more wind and humidity which gets to your bones.
    Makes one feel
    The buds look hopefull though.

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    Kind of quiet around here so why not throw in an abstract from today.

    Michiel



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    G1 + Nikon Series E 50mm f1.8 @ ~f2.0


    Barb Wire - Nikon 50mm + Canon 450 Close Up


    Split Rail Fence Post - Nikon 50mm + Canon 450 Close Up


    Lichens - Nikon 50mm + Canon 450 Close Up


    Bush Hog - Nikon 50mm


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    very nice Paul!

    @Michiel: great examples!

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    @ Turbines, lovely and razorsharp images, where it counts!

    Cheers, Michiel


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    Seaside Drink



    G1+20mm f/1.7 - 1/4000 @ f/32 ISO100

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    1937 Leitz Elmar 9cm @ f4 on a GF1


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    It is emty allright.

    Michiel


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    M8.2 with 35/2 ^^

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    On my knees for the first spring flower.

    Michiel


    And some first shots with the Konica Hexanon 85/1.8 Was lucky to run into this one.
    Feels like a killer lens! Sharp and beautiful bokeh.




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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Thank you Paul for the kind words.
    Sorry to hear about your knee, but at least it is a blessing that things like that can be done.
    Wait a little and the flowers are a lot higher.

    BTW Love that Helios swirly red background and the exotic Ford shot.
    That Nikon 105/2.5 used to be my favourite lens on my old Nikkormat.
    Still have it.

    All the best, Michiel

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post

    BTW Love that Helios swirly red background and the exotic Ford shot.
    That Nikon 105/2.5 used to be my favourite lens on my old Nikkormat.
    Still have it.

    All the best, Michiel
    You are way to kind; both of those images are pretty bad IMO. Both images show I have a lot to learn about framing & composition. I do like the way both of those lens render and the 105 is always in my bag.

    I appreciate you and all the others that post here and from which I continue to learn so much. Thank you!

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Hi,

    I'm glad to see the bokeh-topic is still going strong.
    Today, we had a lovely sunny day here around Brussels. Unfortunately, strong, cold wind, quite difficult to take pictures.

    Still, I went for a walk with the G1 and my Rodenstock Retina-Rotelar 135/4.
    This lens can focus only down to 14ft, so I coupled it to a +1 close-up lens to shoot some bokehgraphs.

    Here's the first one



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    http://www.flickr.com/photos/f6cvalk...th/9226689839/

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Here's another one from that same shoot.
    Still with Rodenstock Retina-Rotelar 135/4 and a +1 close-up lens



    Have a great day,
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    Michiel... I really like your Creamy Bicycles image... verrrrrry nice! Great compression, isolation, and bokeh.
    Don

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    Great stuff guys!!

    Spring finally made it here since a few days, so here comes some "macro bokeh"




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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Indeed, Klaus, in Belgium, spring has also shown it's nose,
    but today, we went back to gray and soft rain

    Still, here's one more I shot on sunday,
    with the G1, a Rodenstock Retina-Rotelar 135/4 and +1 close-up lens !



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    very nice Raf! Last weekend I was in Eindhoven and over the border also in Belgium.

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    very nice Jerry + Paul!

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    Panasonic G10 Nikon 50mm E 1.8 with 2x tele converter f2.8 1/1300 iso 400.
    Aspen Tree in spring.
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