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    Default Re: GIVE US YOUR BEST (bokeh) SHOT...

    Neato. I like the effects!

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    Default Re: GIVE US YOUR BEST (bokeh) SHOT...

    Perhaps not the best, but a recent shot...
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    E-M1 w/HLD-7 I E-30 w/HLD-4 I DMC-L1 I 25 f1.4 I 14-35 f2 I 14-50 f2.8-3.5 I 35-100 f2
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    That's nice, too. Nice lighting and composition.

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    One of my favorites from last summer...

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    Nice. I had to revert to using Firefox because now all graphics are showing super poor quality in Chrome.

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    Default Re: GIVE US YOUR BEST (bokeh) SHOT...

    Both taken with an E5 and 50-200 wide open.

    The web site doesn't allow large files does it?

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    This was taken sometime last year while attempting to do some street photography at the Santa Monica Promenade. I hope this image works for you guys
    E1 with 50m

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    One from Oslo this autumn, where I tested a Voigtländer Nokton 25mm f/0.95:


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    Default Re: GIVE US YOUR BEST (bokeh) SHOT...

    Here's another one from a few years back with the E-1. We had a large window I could open and stick the lens out through. Sometimes I would a coat rack right there and hide inside it.

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    Default Re: GIVE US YOUR BEST (bokeh) SHOT...

    That works. B&W bokeh is really different than color IMO but this works just fine.

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    This was taken sometime last year while attempting to do some street photography at the Santa Monica Promenade. I hope this image works for you guys
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    It's gotta be my shots from wings of wonder...the fall colors were bokehlisous.
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    Wow that picture is amazing!!!! Beautiful!

    Here is my entry, not because its good, but because I got a kick out of getting it as a gift on Christmas day!!


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    Default Re: GIVE US YOUR BEST (bokeh) SHOT...

    Kind of like infants sucking their thumb perhaps.

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    Taken a few years ago before the squirrels destroyed the feeder.
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    Default Re: GIVE US YOUR BEST (bokeh) SHOT...

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    Shot with an Olympus E-620 and a Minolta 50mm f1.7 wide open

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    Default Re: GIVE US YOUR BEST (bokeh) SHOT...

    The Red Breasted Nuthatch is my example of "creamy bokeh" and was shot w/ the OM-D and mZuiko 75-300mm


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    The male Sandhill Crane has "bokeh dots" and was shot w/ the OM-D and mZuiko 45mm f/1.8
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    A portrait of Alla with the amazing E1 and 40-150mm at f4

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    E-410 + 70-300


    EDIT: I have a feeling I have re-saved this JPEG image twice when resizing, as it looks like the color gradient is not smooth enough.
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