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03-17-2010, 04:03 PM   #61
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QuoteOriginally posted by legacyb4 Quote
Does the subject have to be human?

FA* 85mm F1.4

Is this your dalmatian?

We also have a damnatian, I mean dalmatian.



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Amazing set of photos, fantastic work l_coffee_l
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03-17-2010, 08:38 PM   #64
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QuoteOriginally posted by legacyb4 Quote
Probably my favorite lens: FA* 85mm

(F2 and F1.8, respectively)
Wow, I've gotta get me one of these!

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QuoteOriginally posted by Ecaterin Quote
That is just dreamy. I have K 1.2 lens lust now. Must continue my, "Just upgraded, don't need another lens," mantra
Same here. I came across a A50/1.2 for sale a while back at a shop, but couldn't justify it at the time. But I wasn't thinking - I could've offered to trade-in my A50/1.4.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Lance B Quote
A50mm f1.2 @ f2

Stunning shot!
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Tele-Vivitar 85/1.8 pretty much wide open, on a little extension:
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Unfortunately, not. Just a dog I happened to see on a walk.

QuoteOriginally posted by Lance B Quote
Is this your dalmatian?

We also have a damnatian, I mean dalmatian.


03-17-2010, 09:18 PM   #69
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QuoteOriginally posted by Unsinkable II Quote
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.
You'll probably hate me for this, but the bokeh in this shot creates an interesting illusion:



(FA*200/2.8 @ f3.5)

Here's a more "conventional" shot taken with the same lens at f2.8:




And another one taken with the Tokina AT-X 35-70/2.8 @ f3.5 (manual focus lens)

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QuoteOriginally posted by photogerald Quote
Stunning shot!
Thank you very much, Gerald.
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You'll probably hate me for this, but the bokeh in this shot creates an interesting illusion:
It certainly does. I remember this shot from a previous post of yours and it looks quite surreal.

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(FA*200/2.8 @ f3.5)

Here's a more "conventional" shot taken with the same lens at f2.8:




And another one taken with the Tokina AT-X 35-70/2.8 @ f3.5 (manual focus lens)

Lovely bokeh on all of these shots!
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A* 200mm f2.8



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QuoteOriginally posted by Lance B Quote
A50mm f1.2 @ f2

Mmm... Butter!

QuoteOriginally posted by vinceloc Quote
More from the Voigt Nokton 58/1.4 SLII...
Really nice bokeh, is that Nokton still available new?
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Meyer-Optik Görlitz Trioplan - 50mm f2.9

Wide open:


f5.6?
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QuoteOriginally posted by Lance B Quote
It certainly does. I remember this shot from a previous post of yours and it looks quite surreal.
Yes, I had posted it to the "other" forum.

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Lovely bokeh on all of these shots!
Thanks Lance
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