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    Keith, superb work these last days !!
    Leica77, your "in the forest" is my favorite

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    Sat 3 Oct, Ephesus, Turkey - G1 with 14-45 kit lens.

    "Seats of Government"

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    Keith, superb work these last days !!
    Leica77, your "in the forest" is my favorite

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    Hi Rafael,
    Many thanks for your kind comments.

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    Hi Rafael,
    Many thanks for your kind comments.

    G1 + Rollei Sonnar 85mm. "Glasses".

    Leica, I love the way you are experimenting with this OOF idea. This one shows the effort you are putting into it. Well done.

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    Leica, I love the way you are experimenting with this OOF idea. This one shows the effort you are putting into it. Well done.

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    Hi Keith,
    Many thanks for your kind comments! We are all enjoying your wonderful bokehgraphs posted from different parts of the Mediterranean countries! All the best!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leica 77 View Post
    Hi Keith,
    Many thanks for your kind comments! We are all enjoying your wonderful bokehgraphs posted from different parts of the Mediterranean countries! All the best!

    Thanks Leica - we have finished our last day of the cruise. A day in Athens tomorrow, then next day, back to Toronto.

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    [QUOTE=Leica 77;141005]Hi Rafael,
    Many thanks for your kind comments.

    G1 + Rollei Sonnar 85mm. "Glasses".

    Very good demonstration of light changing, Leica77!
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    [QUOTE G1 + Rollei Sonnar 85mm. "Glasses".

    Very good demonstration of light changing, Leica77!
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    Hi Michiel,
    Many thanks for your positive comments! Your bokehgraph contributions are very fascinating.

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    The center of the heart.
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    The center of the heart.
    Again OM Zuiko 50 at F1.4

    Very interesting image, Kweide. How does it look if it is blood red? (us Bokehgraph people are given huge freedom in colouring the Picture)
    You invited this reply by giving your Bokehgraph a name

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    Yes, it was an invitation....
    your wish, my command...

    The center of the heart.
    In RED

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    Quote Originally Posted by kweide View Post
    Yes, it was an invitation....
    your wish, my command...

    The center of the heart.
    In RED
    Well done. I like the red version as it dissociates the feeling of "twinkling light through leaves"

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    Re Golden Sunset

    Vivek

    Both Michiel and I both see lot's of Munk in this picture. Did you have any ideas of his stuff in your head when you took the image?

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    Very explosive your explosion, Klaus

    Here some bokeh by movement.

    - Window -


    - Neon -

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    Quote Originally Posted by kweide View Post
    The center of the heart.
    In RED
    Superb !

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    So many gorgeous photographs in this thread. Thank to everyone who contributed.

    I love bokehgraphs. One of my favorite photo books is a book full of blurry pictures (All Day and Every Day by Davis Armstrong)!

    Cheers!

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    Stuck in a hotel in Athens waiting for a flight tomorrow morning.

    Meanwhile here is one from a few days ago. Pentax 50/1.4

    "Promenade at Balaclava"


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    Quote Originally Posted by Abbazz View Post
    So many gorgeous photographs in this thread. Thank to everyone who contributed.

    I love bokehgraphs. One of my favorite photo books is a book full of blurry pictures (All Day and Every Day by Davis Armstrong)!

    Cheers!

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    Thanks Abbazz - seems he was into this stuff way ahead of us. Trying to buy the book.

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    Thanks Abbazz - seems he was into this stuff way ahead of us. Trying to buy the book.
    The book seems to be available from several booksellers through Amazon at a discount price -- by the way the exact title is "All Day Every Day," ISBN 390824756X. The only difference between David Armstrong's bokehgraphs and those posted on this thread is that Mr. Armstrong uses a large format view camera with Provia sheet film instead of a 4/3rds digital camera...

    Cheers!

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    Michiel - your examples of bokeh combined with deliberate movement of the camera are very appropriate to the thread. I posted this on on the Leica discussion of Bokeh - not 4/3, but as soon as I get home we will recify that!
    A few top photographers (mainly landscape) have created wonderful images with camera movement

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    Michiel - your examples of bokeh combined with deliberate movement of the camera are very appropriate to the thread. I posted this on on the Leica discussion of Bokeh - not 4/3, but as soon as I get home we will recify that!
    A few top photographers (mainly landscape) have created wonderful images with camera movement

    This is really wonderfull! Gives us new impulses to explore bokeh.
    Have a good flight home!

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    Today I walked into a bunch of scooters, a very popular verhicle for the young urban professional these days.
    Did it with the first lens I ever bought - Nikkor 105/2.5 - , very expensive at the time in 1970! Always enjoyed that lens and it still good.

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    Hi Keith and Michiel,
    Wonderful bokehgraphs! I really enjoy looking at your inspiring images!


    G1 + Leica R 50mm. "Boutique Building".


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    Quote Originally Posted by Abbazz View Post
    The book seems to be available from several booksellers through Amazon at a discount price -- by the way the exact title is "All Day Every Day," ISBN 390824756X. The only difference between David Armstrong's bokehgraphs and those posted on this thread is that Mr. Armstrong uses a large format view camera with Provia sheet film instead of a 4/3rds digital camera...

    Cheers!

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    Hi Abbazz,

    Thanks for the info. I will look forward to obtaining a copy.

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    G1 + Leica R Summicron 50mm. "Elizabeth".

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    Something different. Very nice, it works for me!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Leica 77 View Post
    G1 + Leica R Summicron 50mm. "Elizabeth".

    Leica:
    A stunning image. I think that this picture delivers much more emotional impact than if it were super sharp. It seems as if Bokehgraphy encompasses many different styles, and yours I think is the first post of a genuine portrait (others, please correct me if I am wrong). This is very difficult to do, to get it right.
    When I have got over my 13 hours in the air, my 7 hours of jet lag, I would like to catch up. Since I left three weeks ago, some wonderful photo art has been shown here. My internet connections at sea were slow and iffy, so I didn't have the time to say how much I enjoyed the pictures. I'll make up for that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Today I walked into a bunch of scooters, a very popular verhicle for the young urban professional these days.
    Did it with the first lens I ever bought - Nikkor 105/2.5 - , very expensive at the time in 1970! Always enjoyed that lens and it still good.

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    Michiel:

    This picture has so many interesting elements in it, some real, and others abstract (derived from real ) that you can look at it for a long time and not lose interest - are you printing any of these?

    Ketih

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    Hi Keith, still on line with a jetlag.
    Thank you for your comment. I still didn't print any of the bokehgraphs.
    But I will make a selection soon and print some, but I am hestitating because this stuff is a bit out of line of what I am doing. But it will grow on me.
    I should do it since I enjoy it so much.Thanks for starting this thread which inspired me and which deleveloped so well with great contributions.
    I did put some of them on my website;
    http://www.michielschierbeek.com/Bokehgraphy/index.html
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    Do not know why I wrote Hell Keith, but that was some dumb typing. It should have been Hi, of course
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    Leica:
    A stunning image. I think that this picture delivers much more emotional impact than if it were super sharp. It seems as if Bokehgraphy encompasses many different styles, and yours I think is the first post of a genuine portrait (others, please correct me if I am wrong). This is very difficult to do, to get it right.
    When I have got over my 13 hours in the air, my 7 hours of jet lag, I would like to catch up. Since I left three weeks ago, some wonderful photo art has been shown here. My internet connections at sea were slow and iffy, so I didn't have the time to say how much I enjoyed the pictures. I'll make up for that.

    Keith
    Hi Keith,

    As Michiel has just mentioned, you started this one of the most innovative threads in this Forum. We are deeply grateful to your foresights and leadership! Thanks, once again, and all the best!

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    Thanks Leica and Michiel for keeping the momentum going, and the kind words.

    Back home in Oakville, Canada. Here is another one from the cruise. It is the image of an iron gate in Balaclava.

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    Currently on business in Belfast, but couldn't resist putting in a photo I took here yesterday. I'm playing with a Computar 25mm lens - a bargain at $25. Normally I would say the bokeh is really poor - having only three leaves in the aperture, it often produces triangular highlights. Much to my surprise, I like the bokeh in this shot at f2. I guess the background makes a big difference...lots to learn!


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    Currently on business in Belfast, but couldn't resist putting in a photo I took here yesterday. I'm playing with a Computar 25mm lens - a bargain at $25. Normally I would say the bokeh is really poor - having only three leaves in the aperture, it often produces triangular highlights. Much to my surprise, I like the bokeh in this shot at f2. I guess the background makes a big difference...lots to learn!
    I think the bokeh is really nice in your shot - but, technically, many photographers would say that it is not. It is whatever turns your crank, and that is what this thread is about.
    I have Pentax tv lens that has a four bladed aperture (I assume from the image), and I try to get into situations that bring this out. Here is an example.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thearne3 View Post
    Currently on business in Belfast, but couldn't resist putting in a photo I took here yesterday. I'm playing with a Computar 25mm lens - a bargain at $25. Normally I would say the bokeh is really poor - having only three leaves in the aperture, it often produces triangular highlights. Much to my surprise, I like the bokeh in this shot at f2. I guess the background makes a big difference...lots to learn!

    Forgot to mention that I love the image - the flower is "droopy" and the background (bokeh) matches well.

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    Re Golden Sunset

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    Both Michiel and I both see lot's of Munk in this picture. Did you have any ideas of his stuff in your head when you took the image?

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    Hello - Vivek :sleep006:

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    Quote Originally Posted by thearne3 View Post
    I'm playing with a Computar 25mm lens - a bargain at $25. Normally I would say the bokeh is really poor - having only three leaves in the aperture, it often produces triangular highlights. Much to my surprise, I like the bokeh in this shot at f2. I guess the background makes a big difference...lots to learn!
    The number of blades do nothing bad to the bokih.



    Xenoplan 25mm + a 0.5X converter (4 bladed aperture, lens was stopped down).

    Anti bokei is also good with 4 bladed aperture.



    Xenoplan 17mm.

    The following fungi with a Computar-TV 25mm f/1.3 lens:





    If odd shaped OOF highligths bother you, shoot wide open to have the perfect circular diaphram but you would still not see perfect circular OOF highlights. Only very few lenses can do that.

    (BTW, f/2.8 is superb for the Computar-TV 25/1.3)

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    Hello - Vivek :sleep006:

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    Keith, Excuse me for not responding to that. Much as like that iconic image, I just snapped it for the composition (the lines and all). So, the answer is, no.

    But..once an image is displayed I can not lead the viewer what it is or how they should look at it.

    My thanks to you and Michiel.

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    G1 with kitlens (45-90)
    "Ephesus Bush"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    The number of blades do nothing bad to the bokih.

    Anti bokei is also good with 4 bladed aperture.



    Xenoplan 17mm.

    If odd shaped OOF highligths bother you, shoot wide open to have the perfect circular diaphram but you would still not see perfect circular OOF highlights. Only very few lenses can do that.

    (BTW, f/2.8 is superb for the Computar-TV 25/1.3)
    Vivek, I love this one, with the rays and the small square highlights.

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    Exploding

    Klaus - you could not have chosen a better title for this one. Spectacular!

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    What a beautiful ones passing by with every post. This one I like because the Bokeh gives a nice 3D effect to the photo.....


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    What a beautiful ones passing by with every post. This one I like because the Bokeh gives a nice 3D effect to the photo.....

    Lovely, Jerry - what lens?

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    Very nice new developments Jerry ans Vivek!
    Keith, I like your "Ephesus Bush", looks like a microscope shot. Lots of PP?

    Here is one with again lots of rather round circles.
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    Lovely, Jerry - what lens?
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    Hi Keith, thanks. Again my Tokina ATX 90mm.
    Soon I will do some postings of my series of 25mm C mount lenses. I have a bunch of them and they all produce very nice Bokehs.

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    Hi Keith, Vivek, Jerry, Michiel, and thearne3,
    Beautiful bokehgraphs, everyone!

    G1 + Leica R Summicron 50mm. "Red Harley".

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    We should publish a book....
    Getdpi´s bokehgraphers work....

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    I have Pentax tv lens that has a four bladed aperture (I assume from the image) ...
    So that's why it's called a "tv" lens, 'cos you get all these little tv screens in your pictures

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    So that's why it's called a "tv" lens, 'cos you get all these little tv screens in your pictures
    Yes - I knew you would spot that. The aspect ratio of the "square" changes if it is high definition - this can be very useful. Trouble is, high definition c lenses are hard to come by

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