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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    same lens!


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    "Takumeh" 2/58mm (Sonnar type)


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    Superb Kinoptic picures Hakkalo and Klaus!

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

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    Superb Kinoptic picures Hakkalo and Klaus!

    Michiel
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    Michiel - your images remind me a bit of Hockney's swimming pool paintings

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    Thanks guys!


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    Having a glass in Venice.

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    nice one Michiel!



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    Love the glass Michiel.


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    Pretty colors Paul! Which lens?

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    Thanks Klaus. Yashica ML 28-85

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    Nice ones Paul and Klaus! And thanks

    Some macro (black) bokeh.

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    Autumbokeh with the 90 Elmarit @ 8

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    Fall leaves

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    Lovely autumn swirl Hakkalo!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kds315 View Post
    Thanks guys!

    Love the colours, sharpnes and background dynamics!

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    Thanks guys!

    "Evening sunneh"



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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Autumbokeh with the 90 Elmarit @ 8

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    A very nice one Michiel and nicely framed. Rudbeckia fulgida, one of my fav flowers - which has an invisible UV pattern!

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    and "Autumn Blobs"



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    Wild stuff Klaus!

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    Some milder stuff...



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    Som Berthiot 45mm F2.8


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    Nice one Hakkalo, I like the colors and shapes

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    Very painterly indeed!

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    That time has come again...



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    Same shop...



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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    same shop, same lens...


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    Blue Vanda


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    See me?



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    Where is everyone?

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    I guess everyone is preparing for holidays. Great images Michiel, hakkalo and Klaus.

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    "There is another version of the tale. That is the tale the women tell each other, in their private language that the men-children are not taught, and that the old men are too wise to learn. And in that version of the tale perhaps things happened differently. But then, that is a women's tale, and it is never told to men." - Neil Gaiman, From SANDMAN #9: "Tales in the Sand"

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    Good one Thor!

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    Videostigmat 38mm @f1.0

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    Kinoptik 32mm @f1.9

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    "Roseh"



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    Schneider-Kreuznach 40/1.9 for Robot camera


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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Nice ones Hakkalo, Klaus and Thor

    Christmas is rolling up its sleeves!

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    Hi Guys I enjoyed all your wonder postings. Just gets better and better.
    Great job guys and thanks for sharing

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    Thanks guys! Great one Michiel, I respond with...



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    Great images ! This is making me feel very festive.

    Keith

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    This lens I can not yet fit on the C mount adapter at infinity.

    Thanks Ric! Join in!

    Nice soft bokeh Klaus.

    Michiel



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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Hi !

    It's been some time since I've posted here. It's good to see this thread still going on.

    I had my part of technical problems, causing me to completely reorganize my workflow.

    Yesterday, I had some time to shoot, and had the Trioplan 100/2.8 on my GH2



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    The Trioplan is as good as ever, Raf, and thanks to you I just ordered a GH2 body . . . . .

    Keith

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    thanks to you I just ordered a GH2 body . . . . .
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    I'm glad that the misses Woodmancy does not know where I live, Keith !

    Congrats on your purchase, I'm sure you're going to like the GH2

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    Congrats guys, nice work! Nice to see you back Raf and I'm sure you're going to like your GH2!!


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    Canon TV-16 50mm @f1.8

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    Let's face it Raf, Keith is a grown up man now and completly responsable for his own purchases!

    OOOhps!, the wrong camera...... well that's Keith's fault too....

    Michiel


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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Let's face it Raf, Keith is a grown up man now . . . . . . .

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    Trouble is, misses Woodmancy does not agree with that

    The GH2 is a secret purchase until the bill comes in

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    Beautiful hydrangea - I have many like that right now, the colors are subtle and wonderful. You are doing excellent stuff

    Keith

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    A 1935 Carl Zeiss Jena 5cm f2 Sonnar, coated after manufacture and set in in a fixed 39mm enlarger mount. I remounted the optics back into a Collapsible Contax mount, shimmed for a Nikon RF. Then used it in an Amedeo Adapter on the EP2....





    Wide-Open t F2,

    and at F4.



    And wide-open on the Nikon SP, Kodachrome 64. My last roll.


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    Worth the effort, Brian - wish I had your skills. Lovely images

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