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10-30-2009, 02:23 AM   #91
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I quite like the idea of this whole thread - after all doesn't photography mean "painting with light"?


Here're some of my shots which I think have a place here:











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Tamron adaptall 52bb 90/2.5
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mer, i love the swirl of your 55 porst ;-)
georgweb, creatives shots, i like them
beatiful thinh ash, but not a lot of "bokeh" on yours ;-)
great 85 pictures ;-)
beautiful work with the tak little laker
and the 1.2 is really pleasant too ;-)


Some others things;
s-m-c- tak 50 1.4
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pentax K 1.2
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i think this one is pentax F* 300
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some 85 zeiss folies ;-)
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(this one, like the others, is really from the dslr, no photoshop, only moving hand ;-))
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Removed after reflection on photos.


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How about pointillisme?

This is the kit lens @55mm f5.6 1/10sec and ISO3200 at low light at the end of the day.

I was deliberately trying to get a grainy image (hence the choice of a high ISO). I needed to adjust exposure by about 3 stops in post process, but that was all I did to it.



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pointillisme; yes, it could be an interpretation ;-)

other stuff:
50 K 1.2


zeiss 35 1.4 - mr triangular blades -
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Recent experiments inspired by this very thread!













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SMC-M 50mm F1.4



Super Tak 50mm F1.4

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QuoteOriginally posted by wildlifephotog Quote
The Grasses photo was taken at the long end of an Albinar 80-200.
The reflection shot was done with a Tamron 70-300 at 70mm.
2 thumbs up for the reflection shot - really like that one, especially how the reflection's quite painting-like, while the silhouettes of the grass remain sharp

fourmix's autumn leaves shot is quite nicely done as well - reminds me of the effect from the Helios 40, which was featured in one of the Soviet lens thread
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Just curious.

Why is it assumed that an unacceptable photographic image will make a good painting?

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QuoteOriginally posted by mickeyobe Quote
Just curious.

Why is it assumed that an unacceptable photographic image will make a good painting?

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Mickey,

I don't know if it's 'assumed' that it would make a good painting. I think his thread is about how certain bokeh and even camera shake (and really, even some CA) can bring a 'painterly' effect that is often quite beautiful or interesting, even if that effect was unintentional. It can remind one of impressionistic paintings, for example.



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Here's three from the DA70mm with some painting-like bokeh.





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I really like this one Strat
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SMC-M 50mm F1.4

In my opinion Very Well Done.
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Some pics with the Nokton + K10D:













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