At 4/27/2023 12:34 PM, Moose wrote:
>Frog's ceramic companion is being roped into it's intended use. However, after
>a too long sojourn in our living room, another ceramic creation has finally
>made it outdoors, where it belongs.
>Can't say I'm wild about the Vivitar 35-85/2,8 bokeh @ 50mm and these
I agree that this bubbly bokey is not all that great either, a bit harsh. It is
a fine line where it all comes together, focal length, aperture,
background/foreground distances - and you either get bokeh or bokey.
>Finally got around to finding a way to illuminate this thing.
>Solar fairy lights!
>Love the bokeh @ 85 mm
>Messing Around Moose
Not my photos, but looking at Dhina A -
Her 35-85 lens shots are some better photos I've seen with this lens, but even
still they don't strike me as all that great either.
pastels by Nik Janssen - A recent flickr photo, for example, I find the bokeh
effect interesting, with a more painterly quality.
bokey - WayneS
Themed Olympus Photo Exhibition: http://www.tope.nl/