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Discussion in 'Native Lenses' started by klythawk, Dec 19, 2010.
Hi all, nice colourful bokeh from Christmas tree lights.
Very nice! I'll raise you with a bokeh Buddha...
Nice thread! I'll place my bet.
a bit of an odd one:
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Stephen - what lens did you use for that? A reflector or something?
Used at 40mm Summicron at f2 on mt GF1 that I braced on my knee. Was sitting in a chair and this angel ornament is on a table, about 6 feet from our Christmas tree.
No reflector used - out of camera jpeg
What's out of the frame, immediately to the left is a table lamp that is illuminating the angel.
Yeah, but it has that "donut" bokeh like a reflector ... well, not quite that bad, but same idea.
Given the subject, I prefer to think of it as "halo" bokeh ...
She's gorgeous. Nice job.
Thanks everyone for adding more Christmas bokeh shots, hope to see a few more.
Happy Christmas to everyone. :smile:
Very nice photo John.
Topor RE 58mm f1.8 on my E-510 (sorry non-4/3 camera)
Is those bit oval bokeh near the edge what they call swirly bokeh, or coma ?
here are a few ornaments I shot the other day while testing out some new macro tubes
OK....As I happen to......have two recent ones.
Both taken with the E-PL1 and adapted SMC Takumar 50 MM Macro.
Processed in LR 3.3.
Happy Xmas everyone.
Christmas lights 6 by peterb666, on Flickr
Olympus E-P1 and Voigtlander 25mm f/0.95
Christmas ball with glitter by peterb666, on Flickr
What a great excuse to whip out the camera!!
E-PL1, Nokton 20/.95
Happy Holidays to Everyone.
. . . Burkey
Pana GF1 with Zeiss/Contax 50mm Planar f/1.4
GF1 Nikkor 50/1.2
Joining in for the Christmas joy