From the Mummers Parade....
Transport in a cooler in frigid weather..
More pavement than street.
John, great shot. Not just the pose, but also the dark clothing and dark hair contrasts nicely with the statue, plus you got a nice diagonal composition. All in all a very nice shot.
John, Like Don said, you take what is offered. Good catch!
One from earlier this morning.
Going back to the Computar 25/1.3 from the wretched pana 20 has injected some life into my snapping.
Many things..real slow to focus (in AF mode) and is horrible in the MF mode.
Optical rendition of the Computar 25/1.3 (that shot was at f/2.8) is very different than the Pana 20/1.7 in that the rear of the focus plane goes out of focus much more rapidly (Computar).
It is also smaller and sharper for my use.
Hi Michael, When this question pops up from time to time, it has been pointed out by many where the listings are.
Normally, they set you back by $20-$50/each.
Mine cost ~5 Euro (I have bought a few others as back up for $20-$50/piece).
Onto the next gig. A British musician.
A couple from the same combo.
On another note, we appreciate these images Vivek; as while they appear "easy" they most certainly are not the simplest of shots to capture by any means. Thanks for posting.
Thanks for your kind words, Michael!
Here is one where many bicycles were blown off by wind.
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DMC-GF1 - LUMIX G 20/F1.7 -- ISO 100 - f/2 - 1/1300 - 20mm
I don't care what gear I have.
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Michael, It is a windy place being very flat. I did not imply any connection to the blown bicycles and the lady in the shot.
Here is an IR street shot using a hacked G1, Pana 20/1.7 (AFs faster in IR and is a delight to use! ) and a Hoya R72 filter.
E-P1 with Canon Serenar 85mm f/2 LTM
Various shots around the Dallas - Ft. Worth area.
Thanks for the comments, Michael.
1 and 2 were shot with a Lumix L1 with an Olympus 25mm pancake lens
The last two were shot with a Ricoh GRDII
Shot with E-P1 17mm with a cheap .5x Wide angle adapter I found laying around. So an effective 17mm... all shots prefocused around 4ft. I'm really starting to like this setup even though there's a lot of corner vignetting and softness. I've also shot the 17mm prefocused with some degree of success. Cheers
Nice stuff, Rick, Klaus and Ken.
As one who strives for image clarity, I have no idea why I like this fuzzy snap.
. . . . . intersections of life
DMC-GF1 - LUMIX G VARIO 7-14/F4.0 - ISO 100 - f/7.1 - 1/320 - 14mm
~ Life is Grand!
Love it, Don. Nice.
Montreal Jazz Festival.
IR and G1 turns out to be very potent combination.
GF1 with Voigtlander 75mm f/2.5
Life is Grand!
Hacked G1, Pana 20/1.7 Hoya R72.
Another IR snap.