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    The 25mm at f1.4

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    25mm?

    Focal length of the lens.

    Used a few posts earlier.

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    25mm?

    Focal length of the lens.

    Used a few posts earlier.

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    Hi there Tony,

    Sorry, but I got a bit confused and was wondering if this 25mm was the Oly or the PL.
    I'm still on the fence for a 25mm and in fact eyeing the old 4/3 PL 25/1.4 ...

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    This is the Panasonic 25mm 1.4 Leica.

    Same as I used for those BBQ chefs a couple of months ago. I tend to keep it at 1.4 as much of the time as possible so I get some decent separation.

    There is a lot of stuff from the Panny 7-14 f4.0 on this thread. No bokeh but often a lovely feeling of depth. I opened a thread asking if anyone had tried the 2.8 along side it but not much interest around here at the moment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tonygamble View Post
    This is the Panasonic 25mm 1.4 Leica.

    Same as I used for those BBQ chefs a couple of months ago. I tend to keep it at 1.4 as much of the time as possible so I get some decent separation.

    There is a lot of stuff from the Panny 7-14 f4.0 on this thread. No bokeh but often a lovely feeling of depth. I opened a thread asking if anyone had tried the 2.8 along side it but not much interest around here at the moment.

    http://www.tonygamble.uk/Family_Carols_2017/index.html

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    I went for the old 4/3 Zuiko 7-14/4.0, apart from the 1 stop benefit, I'm not sure there is much difference in terms of 'bokeh' between 2.8 and 4.0
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    apart from the 1 stop benefit, I'm not sure there is much difference in terms of 'bokeh' between 2.8 and 4.0

    Agreed as it so wide that almost everything is in focus - as you see from my shots.

    And the 2.8 weighs twice as much. The 4.0 I can take in a jacket pocket whereas the other would force me into using a small bag which is annoying when one covers the sort of event you have just seen. I'd rather pick up the extra stop by using a higher ASA.

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    (Spring is here - seen by a mod. MEOPTA f1.0/50mm)
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    A lovely series, Klaus.
    Early spring, right ?

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    A bit too early for the blue iris, no?
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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    A bit too early for the blue iris, no?
    Certainly is around here - there’s some snowdrops and aconytes, but even the crocuses are keeping their heads firmly underground.

    Lovely pictures though . . And perhaps Germany is ahead of us!.

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    Thanks! To early actually, I fear that cold/snow will be coming later on and damage flowers. We had snow on Easter at times here...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Certainly is around here - there’s some snowdrops and aconytes, but even the crocuses are keeping their heads firmly underground.

    Lovely pictures though . . And perhaps Germany is ahead of us!.

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    Snowdrops, crocuses, daffodils and wood anemones are blooming here (Amsterdam area).
    It seems the Continent is ahead of Old Blighty or we're more affected by global warming ...
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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Balinese Sandlewood carving shot against the light (no hood used):





    And here a detail of a Shona stone carving (very slanted angle to show DOF):



    Both about 3 meters away, shot with a f4/350mm Apo CAT (mirror) lens
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    An interesting lens this Meopta 100/1.4, Klaus.
    But frankly, all of them are ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    An interesting lens this Meopta 100/1.4, Klaus.
    But frankly, all of them are ...
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    (Meyer Primotar 135mm)
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    Really lovely little flowers ! Do you know what species this is, Klaus ?
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    Really lovely little flowers ! Do you know what species this is, Klaus ?
    Bart, these are CYCLAMEN https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cyclamen
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    From my E-M1 (Mk1) with my brand-new Lumix 100-400 that I received just this morning ...



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    EM1.2 with 4/300 PRO and TC 1.4

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    Excellent series, Klaus.
    Almost painterly
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    Excellent series, Klaus.
    Almost painterly
    Thanks Bart, glad you like it. Test shots with a lens I just got; it is horribly hazy believe it or not!!

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    Getting to know my brand-new 17/1.2 Zuiko Pro

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    Amazingly sharp and the colours are stunning !
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