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    Yeah Rafael, really fantastic and bizarre.

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
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    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

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Yeah Rafael, really fantastic and bizarre.

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    +3 That's a great one Raf. I guess the price on those will sky rocket now.

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Dandelion
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    Peony Tree
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    Japanese Magnolia
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    Japanese Magnolia
    Jupiter 37A (135mm f3.5)




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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Thanks for commenting, dear bokeh-friends
    Paul, it seem that spring has already progressed further in North Carolina than here in Belgium !
    Very nice flowers and pictures !!!

    Here's another blossom shot I made early this morning in my backyard,
    with the G1 and a Micro-Nikkor 55/2.8



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    VERRRY nice guys!!

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    "Something is happening in there..."

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    Exciting!

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    Jerry... very cool! Is that a macro shot of a water drop?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DHart View Post
    Jerry... very cool! Is that a macro shot of a water drop?
    Yes it is a waterdrop (raindrop) on a leaf in my garden! Thank you.
    Last edited by JerryMK; 26th March 2011 at 08:11.

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    From the same series this is "1001 stories"



    and the "Bokeh fair"


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    Sunday greeting

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    Wow, Michiel that is one awesome picture! Congrats.

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    Wow, Michiel that is one awesome picture! Congrats.
    +1 Absolutely gorgeous and I like the ringy bokeh.

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    VERY nice shot, Michiel !

    Here's one from my garden, by the G1 and a Reflex-Nikkor 500/8



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    Quote Originally Posted by JerryMK View Post
    From the same series this is "1001 stories"

    and the "Bokeh fair"
    AWESOME!!

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    “Double Reflection”

    We had a nice little snow today, so I grabbed my camera and went to the park. I had quite a good hour of shooting and came home with lots to work on. However, this one is a straight shot right out of the camera. Very unusual for me. I started to add my mojo, but it seemed to ruin the shot. So I’m leaving it alone for now. It is a shot of trees reflecting in the water and the posts of a fence also reflecting. Rotated 180 degrees. The main focus was on the snow a few feet in front of me. I used my EP-2 with a tilt adapter and an old Pentax 50mm f/1.4.

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    Awesome image, Mike, (as usual). And this really shows the result of the tilt feature... very nice.
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    Thanks Don. I do like the tilt adapter!!
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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Very nice, Mike !
    But I'm glad the weather in Belgium is a lot better than where you are !

    Here's a blossom pic I shot at sunrise this morning, with the G1 and my Leica Hektor 125/2.5



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    Let it snow, let it snow, if this is the result Mike

    Here is one from a birch yesterday. The blue on the bark is for real.

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    Thanks Rafael, and Michiel. Both of your shots sure look inviting!! Can't wait for spring. We had it last week for 3 days and then it snowed again.
    The blue bark sure is different. Is it reflecting the sky somehow?

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    ]It is pure lichen Mike.

    Here are some more very small springflowers.

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    superb shot, Michiel !

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Yesterday, I went for a walk in the park, where some Prunus Japonica were flowering beautifully.
    Here's a first shot, G1 with Leica Hektor 135/4



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    Great shots guys! I'm swamped with work, so bare with me...

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    @ Michiel & Raf you have posted some really nice images here lately. Good stuff! They are all very inspiring.


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    Many great photos here by Paul, Michiel, Raf, Klaus, Mike, Don, and others. Mike, 'Double Reflections' is amazing. I haven't been able to get out much, recently, so here's a bokehgraph from yesterday within our family room:

    Last edited by Amin; 2nd April 2011 at 08:16.

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    Amin... that eyelash image is verrrry cool! Lens looks perhaps like a 50/1.4 or actually, maybe longer than that? Aperture?
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    Thanks, Don! That's my Pana-Leica 45/2.8 @f/2.8 and ISO 3200. My son was sitting in my lap, and I used the articulated LCD on the GH2 to compose at close range.

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    Great camera and lens!
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    Paul.... I like the delicate detailing and contrast of the wheaty color with the rich colorful BG... nice!
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    Amin... that eyelash image is verrrry cool!
    +1 I like the eyelash shot too. Very nice!

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    Paul.... I like the delicate detailing and contrast of the wheaty color with the rich colorful BG... nice!
    Thanks Don. I just got the 50-200 and it looks like it will be a good one.

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by turbines View Post
    @ Michiel & Raf you have posted some really nice images here lately. Good stuff! They are all very inspiring.


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    Beautiful bokehgraph, Paul. I love the colours and the composition.

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    Thank you Keith.

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Here's another one from last week's shoot in the park.



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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Nice one Raf!

    Nice perspective on your son's eyelash!

    Thanks Paul and very nice tone and colours onyour " Broom Grass & Red-Tips "

    Here is a (little soft) bokeh portrait of my niece in a street in Paris.

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    Beautiful spring photo, Raf.

    Michiel, lovely portrait of your niece!
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    @ Michiel: A very nice portrait with great bokeh. That Hexanon 85 looks like a good one.

    Thank you for your compliment on my Broomgrass image.

    @ Raf: Very nice!

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    Lovely portrait and great bokeh, Michiel !

    Here's one I shot yesterday with the G1 and a Micro-Nikkor 105/2.8



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    Thank you, Amin, Paul and Raf! Yes Paul that 85mm Hexanon lens is my favourite treasure lately.

    This is one from yesterday with a cheap unknown lens I quiet like for bokeh work.

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    We all have our place to hide from the big bad world...


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    @Rafael: What a nice series of shots, I love the little drop and the detail in there
    @Amin: Wondeful shot and good idea.
    @Michiel: Wow, that 35mm Accura works nice!

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    Lovely shot of that 7-spot ladybug, Jeffrey !
    Michiel, I think we have the same plant in the garden, very nice shot !

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    Some smooth bokeh from another unknown Japanese lens.
    This is a spot in a park in Amsterdam where a lot of Japanese and other Asian people come to take pictures and see the first cherry blossoms.

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    Raf, beautiful spring photo!

    Michiel, I love the effect you coaxed from your cheap unknown bokeh lens

    Jerry, amazing colors!
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    Hugo Meyer 120mm F6 Euryplan


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    Cherri-eh



    wonderful shots guys you show in my absence!!

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    A tilt shifted shot


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    I am in a Spring mode... and totally ready for the Summer




    Both with GH1 and Tokina FD ATX 90mm f2.5 mounted
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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Good to see your spring mode, Jerry, it brings us lovely shots !!!
    @ Klaus : I love your Cherri-eh

    Here's a shot from today in the garden, with G1 and Micro-Nikkor 105/2.8



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