Showcase Meyer Optik Gorlitz Oreston 50mm f/1.8

Richard Crowe

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This lens produces a unique bokeh that is probably not everyone's cup of tea...
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I rather like the imperfect, non-creamy kind of bokeh.
 

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I wonder what that would look like if the subject were in front of something like a stained glass window.
 

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You are using that lens beautifully. As I see them, in the first image the back ground is tear drops and in the second image it is brush strokes. Both are so perfect for the subject. Thanks for sharing!
 

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Thanks for your comments. I still have not obtained the type of image that I purchased this lens to get... However, I will keep trying... At the thirty dollar price tag, I certainly don't have a great deal of money invested in this lens...
 

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I have a Meyer Optik Gorlitz Orestegor 200mm f4 and I love it. I was not a 'bokeh' person, but this lens opened my eyes to some really nice images
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