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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Great that you're able to do that Brian! Seems like I prefer the low key ones, as also shot today (Kodak Printing Ektar 3.8/89mm)...


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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Attempting a low key approach, following Klaus lead:


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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Kern-Switar 25mm 1.4


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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Thor, love the bench image1

    Klaus, It was a bus trip with art students visiting some cultural highlights of which three in your country. The ZKM in Karlsruhe, the palace of Koning Ludwig in Herrenchiemsee and the Vitra designmuseum.
    Your last 2 images are

    Here is a shot made in a tunnel in Austria.

    Michiel

    I was just thinking of a similar shot I took when I saw this. Very nice!

    Here's mine:

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    Lens taken out from Sony 8mm Handycam Video camera


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    Lens taken out from Sony 8mm Handycam Video camera

    It's a Tardis car!

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    Lens taken out from Sony 8mm Handycam Video camera
    Nice! How did you do that shot?

    Here's a motion shot also... wind power, I mean!


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    Nice ones Willa + Thor!

    "Soon gone"


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    descending into the bokehlandia...

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    Beautiful composition Thor.

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    Beautiful composition Thor.

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    +1

    Lovely shot

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thor Lidasan View Post
    Nice! How did you do that shot?

    Here's a motion shot also... wind power, I mean!
    Simply take the zoom lens out and taped with M25 screwed thread . It can focus as well






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    Well, some know that I'm into optics and I like to experiment, so whatcha think?



    straight from the cam (Lumix GH1), just some contrast/saturation enhancement.

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    I also like grass a lot... (same lens as above).


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    Wow Klaus

    This thread is getting juiced up again!

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Thought it was about time to inject some new ideas, also bokeh related...



    and the idea is to deliberately use lens aberrations to achieve certain "effects",



    like that "zoom" ...

    Last edited by kds315; 25th October 2011 at 11:41.

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    kds315.... WOW, Really cool.... share you technique?

    G3, Sears 55-135 (Vivitar) at 135 I think and closest focus 4'

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    Klaus- I made a lens out the front half of a Sonnar and back half of a Xenon, set the focal length to ~50mm, and RF coupled it for Leica using an Industar-61 focus mount.



    The "Astignar" at F2, on the Canon P.

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    Beautiful dreamy effect, Brian

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by kds315 View Post
    Thought it was about time to inject some new ideas, also bokeh related...



    and the idea is to deliberately use lens aberrations to achieve certain "effects",



    like that "zoom" ...

    HOT!

    I love them all! Those images really perked up my interest!

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    Nice on Brian! Very painterly!

    Here is more of mine..




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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    more...


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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    another crayzeeh one of today


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    We could have made lenses for Alfred Hitchcock.

    If they bring back the X-files, we are in business.

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Yeah! I'm game


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    Swirlikeh - Tamron SP 28-80mm


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    very nice one Will!


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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    (1) I am super-impressed by the work on display in this thread
    (2) I am flabbergasted by how long this thread has been going on!

    This is not multiple choice: both are true :-)

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    So lets' see your contribution here then!!

    "Infrakeh"


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    Dallmeyer 2" F1.9


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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    I love the composition built around the swirl, Hakkalo

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    " I Can See Myself "


















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    " It's No Bed Of Roses! "







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    @hakkalo: a nice autumn scene!

    @Tesselator: Very nice "catadioptreh" shots! Yes, no roses, but Cosmos!

    Some "fireh" one from today's lunchtime spent in the park...


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    both CZJ Lamegon 38mm

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    Both nice shots! Here's three with the Zeiss C/Y 85/2.8:





















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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    It's good to see this thread going on and on and on ...
    And seeing new participants join in.

    Here's one I shot on Sunday with my GH2 and a Micro-Nikkor 105/2.8


    Autumn bokeh

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    Tesselator, there are some great ones there! Welcome back Raf

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    Great ones indeed guys! Great to see you back Raf!


    Late afternoon sun...



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    Last edited by kds315; 1st November 2011 at 11:20.

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    and that one... "tranquility"


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    feeling blue...


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    To use some outdated frases; Mindblowing stuff guys!
    The lenses are getting weirder and weirder!

    Michiel

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    Stunning, Klaus!

    I thought that little hairy thing sticking out of the right grass (in "tranquility) was something on my screen - then I see that it moves with the picture

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    Stunning, Klaus!

    I thought that little hairy thing sticking out of the right grass (in "tranquility) was something on my screen - then I see that it moves with the picture

    Keith
    +1 ...Klaus all of them are gorgeous.

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    Thanks guys, appreciate it! I discovered that hair after posting and found it rather funny in such a calm image. A built in "smirk" so to speak And a proof how excellently that lens resolves. A true non CA lens (scroll slowly, I'm not responsible for any eye damage ):




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    An artwork done with the kitlens, slightly moved.

    Michiel


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    wunderbar Michiel! No I feel moved... err touched I mean


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    Some more based on artworks done by others, so I was already half way when I started.

    Michiel




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    Leica 25/1.4 DG


    20111030 117a by Ronald S. Smith, on Flickr


    20111023 a099 by Ronald S. Smith, on Flickr


    20111015 047a by Ronald S. Smith, on Flickr
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    Quote Originally Posted by kds315 View Post
    @hakkalo: a nice autumn scene!

    @Tesselator: Very nice "catadioptreh" shots! Yes, no roses, but Cosmos!

    Some "fireh" one from today's lunchtime spent in the park...
    Danke !

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