Bokeh, anyone?

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Some not as pronounced, some indeed.
Be seated, be comfortable, be - hold ;)
Comments / suggestions re boke welcomed, trying to get a hold of the topic.

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Great images Kevin!

But why didn't you insert them as .jpgs???
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sorry panos!!
I missed that part of the link there.
Thanks for the heads up, I have fixed em now *blush*
 
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Hi Kevin,

Beautiful abstract shots as always! Great lighting and exposure control, and sharpness. Love the bokeh! The last one is a killer!

BTW, which 75-300 are you using? Tripod used? And the Kenko is just the extension tube (i.e. not teleconverter)?

Regards,
Jonathan
 
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hi again jonathan :)
kind words, thanks indeed.
the 75-300 be the 1999 Nikkor 75-300mm f/4.5-5.6 (one that has the tripod collar)
Monopod used. Kenko is the tube set, all 3 used (68mm total extension)
hope that helps somewhat.
rgds
 

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