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    Nice to see you back on the web Rafael. We missed you

    The web and the spider are nicely backlighted!

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    Nice to see you back on the web Rafael. We missed you

    The web and the spider are nicely backlighted!

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    +1

    Love to see your stuff here, Raf

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    @Raf - great to see you back! Super spider, came out very nicely!

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    Beautiful pictures Klaus. I like the composition in #1. You are on a roll

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    Signs of Fall . . . .

    Steinheil 135mm/f4.5

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    Olympus Pen F 38mm f1.8

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    Wonderful light and sharp, Klaus!

    Keith, Beautiful Pen-bokeh and you made me dig up my steinheil files.

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    Wonderful light and sharp, Klaus!

    Keith, Beautiful Pen-bokeh and you made me dig up my steinheil files.

    Michiel

    Michiel, mine is the Culminar 135/4.5. This 2.8 of yours looks good. Nice colors again

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    Culminar 135/4.5

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    It's worth taking a look at Trey Radcliff"s (the HDR man) attempt at a bokehgraph, taken in a chinese taxi cab. Nice one

    http://stuckincustoms.smugmug.com/Po...0_6FJfSXk-A-LB

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    Oly Pen F 38mm f1.8

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    What was that about "great minds think alike"? ...



    Great shots Michiel + Keith!!
    Last edited by kds315; 21st September 2011 at 15:30.

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    Cactus on Mom's windowsill. Taken with a Vivitar 55mm 2.8 Macro at about 1:1 and wide open
    Last edited by Willabeast; 23rd September 2011 at 12:48.

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    For the young man who forgot what (unsurpassed?) beauty was in the old days.

    Sorry scrollphoto

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    I see a lot of great new images from everyone.

    I've been away for a while with not much time for photography. I saw these on the way home from work and couldn't resist.

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    I've been experimenting with a new 100-300mm Panasonic lens and posted some pictures on the 100-300 thread, but afterward thought that this one could well enter in this thread too :



    Thanks for looking

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    Great shot, lovely greens. Sometimes the simple things make the best photos...

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    Quote Originally Posted by taphapy View Post
    Great shot, lovely greens. Sometimes the simple things make the best photos...
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    Really nice image

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    Tarhapy and Keith :
    Thanks for your kind and encouraging comments.

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    Cinemax 25mm F1.4 D-mount Cine lens


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    Lovely color, Hakkalo

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    Thanks Keith in the other thread!

    One more flower from today.

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    Fantastic leaf, kweide!

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    Kinoptik 2/32mm

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    Klaus, Klaus and Michiel - lovely stuff !

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    GF1 with CCTV 24mm

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    Kodak Cine Ektar II 25mm


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    That is lovely Klaus.
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    Cool image, Klaus.

    Here's some bokeh from the new 45/1.8, mounted on a G3:

    Don

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    Thanks Paul + Don!

    Don, that's a great image and amazing eyes! Natural?


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    Klaus... wonderful image of the grapes!

    Yes, her eyes are natural indeed! No eye enhancement was done, nor was she wearing contacts.
    Don

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    Klaus... wonderful image of the grapes!
    +1 Nice one Klaus

    @ Don, beautiful portrait. I love the lighting. Is that your fluorescent?

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    turbines.... image created in my Roman Temple, natural skylight to model's left and reflector to her right. Coleus plants behind her, one of the temple's columns at her left shoulder.

    Here's an image which shows the Roman Temple. (Technically, I guess it's more properly called a Greek Temple.) My investment in this structure on my portrait studio property has repaid itself many, many times over. Wonderful place to create portraits.

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    Thanks guys!

    @Don: great idea with that temple, surely a great BG for your (also wedding) work!

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    Voigtlander Ultron 1.7/35mm


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    Autumn Fruit..

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    nice Hakkalo!

    Gaillardia as seen by Ultron 1.7/35mm


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    That Ultron is some sharp lens with nice bokeh, Klaus

    This is from today at a student exhibition. Shot @ 3.5 for some more recognition of the situation.

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    nice one Michiel!

    more Ultron 35mm (all were shot fully open btw.)...


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    Students looking for money for housing.

    Not sure where to post this, it is out of focus. Focus is in the hair somewhere. It was dark and they were impatient. But I still like it.

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    Revuenon 1.2

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    very unique Michiel!

    Ultron 35mm:

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    Good stuff Carl, Michiel, and Hakkalo.

    Michiel, the faces are fantastic - looks like a soft focus lens

    Here is another grass image. Oly E-Pl1 with Panasonic 45/200 zoom

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    Air travelers at Hong Kong International Airport:



    E-P1 + Mamiya 55 1.4 tilt

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    GH1 with a Canon FD 50mm 1.4, shooting some Harry Potter parodies.


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    I love that striking Canon 1.4 bokeh, ErikTande

    Striking picture Thor. Very unusual and innovative

    These reds won't be with us for much longer. A good fall for color in the Toronto area. Jupiter 9 85mm taken at f2

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    Same lens (I love grasses )

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    Cinar Anastigmat 1" F1.5

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    E-P1 + Mamiya 55 1.4 with tilt:


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