HAMADA Fukusaburo

HAMADA Fukusaburo

Lives in Japan KUMAMOTO, Japan
Works as a Retired 27Oct12 but found another job 1Apr13
Joined on Sep 25, 2005
About me:

*** With Canon EOS10D (from Apr2003) , 7D (from Mar2011) and NikonD750 (June2015) a typical weekend photographer mainly targeting train, railway, aeroplanes, flower and birds nearby my home.

- Canon EF 17-35mm f/2.8 L USM
- Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8 L USM
- Canon EF 300mm F4L USM Macro
- Canon EF 50m F1.8II
- Canon Extender EF 1.4x

*Nikon 24-120mmF4
*Nikon Ai Nikkor 35mm F1.4S
*Nikon Ai Nikkor 50mm F1.2S
*Nikon MicroNikkor 50mm F2.8
*Nikon MicroNikkor 105mm F2.8 NEW!!

*Carl Zeiss Sonnar T*135mmF2.8 (MM)
*Zuiko 24mm F2.8
*Zuiko 35mmF2
*Tamron SP90mmF2.5

Comments

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jjlad: What I get from this is the absurdity of leading camera makers leaving that technology out of cameras and instead ...making photographers spend thousand of dollars on lenses to create the same effect. I use 1.4, 1.8 and 2.8 lenses which cost a fortune and often the subject and background distances still aren't ideal and don't render enough boheh so I add some in Photoshop.
Meanwhile my LG G7 allows bokeh adjustment when shooting and in good light does just fine.
If Nikon and the others don't soon add this technology to cameras so you can get it with walk around 18-140 etc., they will go the way of Kodak.

At least iPhone user will love this tech and I think simulation of BokehAjiControl by using this AI tech to get the melting Bokeh of 300mmF2.8 may be rather easier now...

Link | Posted on Feb 23, 2019 at 11:55 UTC
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BryceM: It was both a noun and a verb long before. All Apple did is teach a bunch of people to mispronounce the word:

Bokeh. ボケ。
Bokehing. ボケる。
Bokehed. ボケた。

Tonight I have noticed there is right comment at the top.
' the Japanese pronunciation which sounds more along the lines of 'bow-kayh.'
As a Japanese I think 'bow-kayh is near true pronunciation....
bow-OK may be better :->

Link | Posted on Feb 21, 2019 at 12:31 UTC
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BryceM: It was both a noun and a verb long before. All Apple did is teach a bunch of people to mispronounce the word:

Bokeh. ボケ。
Bokehing. ボケる。
Bokehed. ボケた。

And Bokeh means also stupid, so we should be careful to say it for people....

Anyway Japanese enthu for lenses will pay lot of money to get melting taste of Bokeh such as 300mmF2.8, 100mmF2 and50mmF1.2, etc.

I think it's a great that Apple could make possible to control Bokeh-aji by artificial intelligence tech on iPhone after imaging ....

Link | Posted on Feb 21, 2019 at 09:28 UTC
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BryceM: It was both a noun and a verb long before. All Apple did is teach a bunch of people to mispronounce the word:

Bokeh. ボケ。
Bokehing. ボケる。
Bokehed. ボケた。

and :)

make Bokeh, ボカす。boka-su
taste of Bokeh ボケ味(あじ aji)boke-aji
taste of melting Bokeh, トロけるようなボケ味 torokeru youna ---

a weekend photographer from Japan

Link | Posted on Feb 20, 2019 at 21:30 UTC

As intransitive verb of bokeh, it may be better boke-ru and boka-su as transitive verb.
Anyway most popular expression may be bokeh-aji = a taste of bokeh, such a "melty taste of bokeh"
My recent works are the first three images at F=5.6 of Nikkor-S 50mmF1.2 in APSC mode of D750 for enjoying taste of bokeh...
https://www.flickr.com/photos/84503578@N02/with/33269495728/
A weekend photographer from Japan

Link | Posted on Feb 19, 2019 at 21:15 UTC as 80th comment
On photo High Altitude Rocky Mountain Railroad in the On the Rails... challenge (21 comments in total)

Very nice railphoto
from a railfan in Japan
Cheers
HAMADA

Link | Posted on Mar 31, 2017 at 02:05 UTC as 8th comment | 1 reply
On photo Milla Lisa in NoRules's photo gallery (1 comment in total)

Pretty so much and younger than Mona Lisa :) Good idea and nice shot with excellent tech.

Best regards for you & your lovely daughter
HAMADA

Link | Posted on Aug 16, 2014 at 23:30 UTC as 1st comment
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