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03-16-2010, 12:48 PM   #46
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Lots of great photos!

But.... so much close-up twig stuff!

Maybe I'm in the minority, but bokeh behind PEOPLE interests me far more. A great shot of someone with buttery bokeh and great POP of the subject.

03-16-2010, 12:49 PM   #47
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another one

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QuoteOriginally posted by Unsinkable II Quote
Lots of great photos!

But.... so much close-up twig stuff!

Maybe I'm in the minority, but bokeh behind PEOPLE interests me far more. A great shot of someone with buttery bokeh and great POP of the subject.
LOL - but UnsinkableII, the twiggy bits are much nicer than most people :P And they hold still ever so patiently, too! Alas, I'll never be a portrait or street photographer - I find wildlife and plants so soothing and people so jangling :P
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+1 for twigs........tree trunks move even less

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QuoteOriginally posted by Unsinkable II Quote
Lots of great photos!

But.... so much close-up twig stuff!

Maybe I'm in the minority, but bokeh behind PEOPLE interests me far more. A great shot of someone with buttery bokeh and great POP of the subject.
Why don't you post some and show us what you mean!!!
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sorry for the multiple posts, I just keep finding them.

this one doesn't have much detail to 'unfocus' on but it's also somewhat a self portrait

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Yay for tree trunks! And what stunning deep reds - wow!


QuoteOriginally posted by Graham V Quote
+1 for twigs........tree trunks move even less

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OK, even though this IS about bokeh and not necessarily subject no more twigs from me...

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QuoteOriginally posted by Unsinkable II Quote
Lots of great photos!

But.... so much close-up twig stuff!

Maybe I'm in the minority, but bokeh behind PEOPLE interests me far more. A great shot of someone with buttery bokeh and great POP of the subject.
How's this?



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K 50mm f1.2

That is just dreamy. I have K 1.2 lens lust now. Must continue my, "Just upgraded, don't need another lens," mantra
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Does the subject have to be human?

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Maybe I'm in the minority, but bokeh behind PEOPLE interests me far more. A great shot of someone with buttery bokeh and great POP of the subject.
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Legacy before, that's just a dog of a lens :-)

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Here's a heapin' helpin' for ya...

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FA 35mm f/2 (I sold this lens b/c I didn't like the bokeh)




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