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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Thanks Robin and Michiel

    Michiel, your mirror image is wonderful - I love the color and the interaction with the bokeh. In the right hands the Takumar 50/1.4 can do wonders with bokehgraphs.

    I bought the Cine Ektar 63/2.0 a year ago and posted a few shots with it. I really like it - all these images are at f2. Here is another one with this lens, and then, for a change of pace another with the Sigma 500mm

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    Keith, very nice light in both of them, but in such a different way.

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    @ Keith: The Ektar looks delicious.

























    From this mornings trip to the local farmer's market
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    Great new lens you have there, Keith !
    And, Michiel, I hate 'poffertjes' but your picture is beautiful !

    Here's one I shot with something else in mind, but that came out as an interesting bokeh pic.

    G1 with Nikkor 24/2



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    lavender bokeh overload



    Taken with the Vivitar Series 1 28mm f/1.9, which I review on my blog in Part 1 and Part 2. Thanks to woodmancy for encouraging me to post it here. Body is the E-P1 and the lens is wide open.
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    Where are we?


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    Lovely baby bokeh, Peter


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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    Lovely baby bokeh ptomsu

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    many thanks, my 3 weeks old daugther

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    Great series Paul - difficult to pick a winner there. Flowers against flowers make great subjects for this thread.

    Raf, I wonder what you intended? Doesn't that Nikkor pick out the spider's webs beautifully?

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    I have just recently modified my LTM J-3 to close focus at .7 meter (28.25 inches.) I also modified infinity focus from 1.5 miles to now focus on stars/planets, wide open.



    Ptomsu, that is one nice lens that you have there. Would really like to see more of those images. Congrats on newborn!

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    Raf, I wonder what you intended? Doesn't that Nikkor pick out the spider's webs beautifully?
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    I was looking (and still am looking) for an "Old Metal" shot, for a photo comp on another forum, Keith.
    I have a few now, want to shoot a few more, and must make up my mind before the end of the month

    The 24mm f2.0 Nikkor does a great job on the G1, I agree. As do most of the Nikkor lenses.

    Here one more from the same visit to the Royal Museum for Central Africa in Tervuren, near Brussels !



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    Dramatic composition of that little guy, Owen

    This is one is dedicated to the Pixel Peeping Police

    Again the Ektar 63/2, but a single image HDR from HDR Pro, to liven it up a bit

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    @ Rafael; Did they force you to eat poffertjes when you where young? BTW Nice B&W Talisman!

    @ Paul; nice series! Done with the radioactive breechlock one or the newer FD version? (I have both )

    @ All; lovely shots, each in their own way. Nice swirl Keith!

    Here is one more with that Russian Rubinar.

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    Thanks Michel. Lovely shot with the Rubinar. My FD is a chrome nose first version. It was very yellow when I initially received but I was able to clear it after about 72 hours under a strong UV bulb. I like the lens a lot.

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    Thanks Michel. Lovely shot with the Rubinar. . . . . .

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    +1, Michiel
    Color and composition right on

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    Really nice one, Paul. I'll have get this lens

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    Thank you Keith. The Yashica ML 28 is one of my favorites










    Some fun with my Rodenstock Rodagon 50mm f2.8


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    From Nikkor 28mm 3.5 AI:

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    Canon FD 200mm 2.8:




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    Two excellent lenses, four excellent photographs!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tesselator View Post
    Two excellent lenses, four excellent photographs!
    +1

    Lovely images

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    An "early style" bokehgraph

    Olympus E-P2 with Leica Elmar 135/4

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    @ Thor; those are great. I had heard the Nikkor 28 was very sharp
    @ Keith; Nice bokehgraph





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    Quote Originally Posted by Tesselator View Post
    Two excellent lenses, four excellent photographs!
    Thank you for your kind compliment!

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    Quote Originally Posted by turbines View Post
    @ Thor; those are great. I had heard the Nikkor 28 was very sharp
    @ Keith; Nice bokehgraph





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    Wow! I love this image!

    Thanks again for the kind compliment!

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    Tulips bokeh with the old zuiko 135mm f2.8 on E-P1


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    Mie: Very nice composition, color and bokeh.




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    Canon FD 200mm 2.8


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    Three bokehgraphs in a row with sumptuous color, great composition and bokeh to die for

    Well done, Mie, Paul and Thor



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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    Three bokehgraphs in a row with sumptuous color, great composition and bokeh to die for

    Well done, Mie, Paul and Thor



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    Thank you for the kind compliments, Keith!

    Here's another one from the Canon FD 200mm 2.8:


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    @ Keith: Thank you for your comment.
    @ Thor: Another bunch of nice ones. I will have to get that lens




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    @ Paul:

    Wow! I love how that image came together. Lots of little stories in the image for the imaginative mind!

    Those images I posted from Canon 200mm FD 2.8 are the initial snaps I've taken with that lens. I am still learning how to use it more efficiently as it has a very long throw.

    Here's another one:


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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Two bokeh-shots with the 'kitlens' 45-200mm

    "Military Bokeh"




    "King in the pouring rain Bokeh"



    Shot during the 21st of July Parade in Brussels

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    Hello everybody. A fast one with a fast lens.

    Cheers, Michiel



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    This one is very painterly, Michiel - would make a very nice large print

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    This one is very painterly, Michiel - would make a very nice large print

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    Yes! Very painterly, Michiel.

    Here's my share for today:


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    He is sitting on some huge puppy paws. Nice one Thor.

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    He is sitting on some huge puppy paws. Nice one Thor.

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    Thanks, Paul!

    Here's one from the Canon FD 200mm 2.8:


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    Thor - as most people on this thread would know, this one is "right up my alley"
    I love back lighting and circles and blobs

    Well done
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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    Thor - as most people on this thread would know, this one is "right up my alley"
    I love back lighting and circles and blobs

    Well done
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    Thanks, Keith!

    Here's something from the Canon FL 58mm 1.2:


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    Manhattan skyline bokeh


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    Two nice ones, Thor - the first is very moody.

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    The next two are taken with the Olympus E-PL1 and the SLR Magic 11mm 1.4 toy lens

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    Dallmeyer 1" F1.9


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