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    Vreeke,

    I like your lovely warm image. Very nice!

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

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    Fujinon HF35A2 f1.7
    GF-1, ISO 200, ~f2.0 @ 1/250 sec

    I really like this one - the black and white bokeh works so well with the main image



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    Thanks Keith.
    I haven't quite got my B&W conversions down like I'd like too but I'll keep trying.

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    GF-1 + Nikon Series E 50mm f1.8 ISO 100, ~f2.0 @ 1/1250 sec


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    Quote Originally Posted by turbines View Post
    Fujinon HF35A2 f1.7
    GF-1, ISO 200, ~f2.0 @ 1/250 sec

    Paul... I really like the simplicity and tonal subtlety of this image. Nice!
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    E-PL1 & Nikkor-O 35/2



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    "pink and blue" - Almond flowers


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    "mouse level bokeh"


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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Very nice, Klaus, I can see that we are in the same mood

    I also like the B/W leafs from Paul a lot.

    Here's a few I shot during my lunchbreak today :
    G1 with Micro-Nikkor 105/2.8, on tripod







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    very nice ones Raf - we seem to have similar fine weather!
    Also did mine at lunch break

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    Quote Originally Posted by kds315 View Post
    very nice ones Raf - we seem to have similar fine weather!
    Also did mine at lunch break
    +1 Very Nice!

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    "Croceh"


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    "Beekeh"


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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    "Snow Pillow" EPL-2 Voightlander 50mm f/ 1.5

    I just posted this in the blends thread, but I think it works well in the Bokeh thread as well.
    I shot this image a couple of days ago after a nice little snow fall we had. I was drawn to this broken branch because of the delicate little “snow pillow” that was created.
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    great one!

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    "Hyacinth-eh"



    Nice one, turbines- magenta WB used?

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Eh.....Nice bokeh's.... Klaus

    Spring is very much around the corner, I can see it coming, Paul and Raf.

    Here are 2 from Paris.

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    Love the Crabtower! Shot at a buffet?

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    Oly E300 + Rokkor 1.2/58 wide open


    and Rokkor 1.8/35m

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by turbines View Post
    Love the Crabtower! Shot at a buffet?

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    Thank you Paul!

    This was the situation. All the crab and lobster in front of a mirror with running water on a streetcorner outside a restaurant.

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by roxsan View Post
    Oly E300 + Rokkor 1.2/58 wide open


    and Rokkor 1.8/35m
    Nice work and nice lenses!

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Nice work and nice lenses!

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    thank you Michiel,
    great capture in the fish market!

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    "Mimoseh"



    @Michiel: fine ones!!

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    This image is the first that gave me pause to think about bokeh. The original was posted in color - this is a monotone version

    G1 with Pentax 50/1.4

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    That's a very nice one Keith!

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Beautiful shot Keith! The monochrome tones are wonderful.
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    High quality Keith!

    Would make a very nice B&W print for on the wall.

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    Two scarecrows in someones private garden in Normandy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by turbines View Post
    G1 + Carl Zeiss Jena DDR Flektogon 35mm f2.4, ISO 200, ~f3.8 @1/250 sec handheld.

    Paul... I'm really liking this one.
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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by kds315 View Post
    "Hyacinth-eh"

    Nice one, turbines- magenta WB used?
    Thanks Klaus. No I just used the "as shot" setting with the camera set to Auto WB. It was shot on a overcast day. It looks over-saturated to my eye. I haven't much experience with this Flektogon but my initial impression is that it is quite good. Maybe a very good walk-around lens I think.

    I always enjoy your macrobokehs.

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    Paul... I'm really liking this one.
    Thanks Don.

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Dallmeyer 1" F1.9


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    Bluekeh



    Thanks Paul!

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    From Paris.



    @ Klaus; Wonderful colors, sharp and beautiful background.

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    Nice one Michiel!

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    Celandin-eh



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    Magnolieh


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    A very small upcoming spring crocus.


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    @ Klaus Nice ones; what lens??

    @ Michiel: very nice too. That Industar 61 looks pretty sharp and I may have to have a copy.

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Dicentra spectabilis (Bleeding Heart)
    DMC-G1, Canon 50 f1.4 (Minolta No. 2 AC Close up lens), ISO100 f1.4 @ 1/320 sec


    Phlox subulata (Creeping Phlox)
    DMC-G1, Canon 50 f1.4 (Minolta No. 2 AC Close up lens), ISO100 f1.4 @ 1/1600 sec



    Prunus serrulata (Kwanzan Cherry)
    G1 + Carl Zeiss Jena DDR Flektogon 35mm f2.4, ISO 200, ~f3.8 @1/250 sec handheld

    A repost of an earlier image. Klaus hinted my WB was off the mark and after I ran it through ACR again and I realized he was quite right


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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Here is one to complement Michiel's "Shawls" (above)

    "Textiles in Almeria"

    Pentax 50/1.4, tllt adapter

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    Very nices ones guys!

    That lens I was using was a special lens, a CERCO f4.1 94mm UV-VIS-NIR apochromat, also here:

    Almond tree in bloom


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    Another one from the Hortus Botanicus.

    A reflection bokeh from some sort of plant put in preserving spirits.

    Michiel


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    Magnolieh

    Can you tell us which camera and lens you used?
    Beautiful shot, btw.

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    Sure, Lumix GH2 and a scientific CERCO 94mm quartz / fluorite lens.

    This is the contra shot:



    and here another one using the same lens:



    absolutely not found any CA so far even at highest contrast.

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    It seems that spring is inspiring our posters to show off their best flower bokehgraphs ... so many beautiful shots ... a visual pleasure

    Yesterday, I received a "new" lens, a Nikkor-UD 20/3.5, 40 years old, but in excellent condition.
    I couldn't resist to use it for a bokehshot this morning

    Here it is :



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    Raf

    That lens is a bokehgrapher's dream!! Looks like it was specifically designed to do the things we like best - the structure in that background is astounding

    Keith

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