My flickr contact Nico van Malssen took this shallow depth of field image of some random branches and leaves and the blur of the chain link fence in the background makes it an amazing shot. No doubt his Leica M8 and fast 50mm lens helped but this shot was also set up right to begin with and while the quality of the bokeh might not be as good with another camera and lens, it would still be interesting.
My flickr contact Nico van Malssen shot this branch with berries in The Netherlands with a Leica M.
My flickr contact rosemary* posted this spectacular macro of a hypericum taken with a canon 5D III and a Tamron 90mm macro lens.
Originally posted at my old site on January 25, 2008.
Santa Monica, California. I’m shooting east up Wilshire catching a wooden post and rope railing with cars behind. There are four serious photographers to my left wondering why my back is to the Pacific Ocean with an incredible sunset happening and what I’m seeing in this wooden post.
When I left two of them came over to inspect the post.
My flickr contact eses moto posted this fantastic image of a pair of legs and lit trees in bokeh behind.
My flickr contact Jonne Naarala shot this idyllic scene in Finland with his Ricoh GR.
My flickr contact eses moto shot this beautiful still life in Japan with a Leica M6 and film.
My flickr contact eses moto took this outstanding street shot in Tokyo with his Canon 5D Mark II.
Great silhouettes, great bokeh, great light. Wow.
My flickr contact rosemary* shot this camellia with a Canon 5D and a Zeiss lens. The bokeh is mind blowing, rosemary knows how to make blur like nobody’s business.
My longtime (ten years) flickr contact minato took this most excellent image of a deer in Nara, Japan with her Canon 5D Mark III and a Zeiss 50mm lens.
She’s a master of both bokeh and simple minimalism.