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    GH1 with OM Zuiko 50mm f/2.0 Macro @ ISO 1600


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    GH1 with foggy, flaring, low contrast Zeiss CY 85mm f/1.4

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    @ Jorgen Spectular athletic Elephant!

    Here is one from Venice.

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    Gondola, Gondola

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    Sunset after storm. GF-1, 20mm f1.7, ISO 400, 1/6 sec @ 5.6 hand held

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    Thanks, Michiel. Nice gondola shot. Took me a few seconds to figure out though

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    good one and not to overlook the Duch national colors

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    Nice one Ario! Venice?

    Here is the Notre Dame du Haut at Ronchamp from Le Corbusier.

    Michiel


    BTW This one was with the Kitlens, forgot to change it.

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    No Michiel, it is Burano, a small beautiful island very close to Venice (half an hour by boat).

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    Another from the same church.

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    A walk in the park
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    Please love me
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    Olympus E-P3 + Summilux 25, noNR
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    A new girl in the house
    Coco, the sweet princess. 3 months old



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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Another from the same church.

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    Beautiful angle on a great piece of architecture. Reminds me of the old postage stamp with the same motive

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    Klaus, very kewl..... animal?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kweide View Post
    A walk in the park
    Ludwigslust today



    Olympus E-P3 + Summilux 25, noNR
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    Love the symmetry and the subtle colouring.

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    Klaus, very kewl..... animal?

    Yes, it is our new dog. Again a chinese crested dog but this time its hair is tricolor...



    She is so cute and agile .... pure fun !
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    Last rays of autumn...



    Hypergon 26mm on Lumix GH1

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    With my latests Toys:


    The Tamron SP 500mm F/8 (55BB) Tele-macro - and - The Contax Zeiss MP 100/2.8 - and - The Contax Zeiss Sonnar 85/2.8





    <------------------------------------------ Tamron SP 500mm F/8 (55BB) Tele-macro ---------------------------------------->






















    <--------------------------------------------- The Contax Zeiss MP 100/2.8 ------------------------------------->






















    <----------------------------------------- The Contax Zeiss Sonnar 85/2.8 ----------------------------------------->


















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    WOW!

    Tess I am always amazed at the crispness of your images. All of these are just lovely examples of what can be achieved I am especially impressed with the close ups you've made with the 500. Did you use your monster tripod? I recently sold a Canon 500; it was not nearly that sharp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    GH1 with foggy, flaring, low contrast Zeiss CY 85mm f/1.4

    STUNNING shot Jorgen!

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    Quote Originally Posted by turbines View Post
    WOW!

    Tess I am always amazed at the crispness of your images. All of these are just lovely examples of what can be achieved I am especially impressed with the close ups you've made with the 500. Did you use your monster tripod? I recently sold a Canon 500; it was not nearly that sharp.

    Paul
    Thanks Paul,

    I think they're only "always crisp" because i don't post images from soft lenses - even tho I have or have had, many - like the uber-soft Lumix 100-300 for example. The images from such might be OK for my personal album but if I don't think the lens is exceptional in some way I don't wanna post the images. Just me I guess.

    On the 500 shots the first one is hand-held and the other two are on a monopod (well, a walking stick that I drilled a mounting bolt into ) and were taken indoors in a dark greenhouse. The fern thingy is 1/2s. and the cacti flower is 1/3s both at ISO 100. (Maybe if a get a GH2 I'll become brave enough to use ISO 400 in low-light?). The flower one is 1/2000, outdoors, and I think ISO 320.

    I've found that in both situations at first I needed to take about 4 to 6 shots to make certain I got at least one keeper - or wait for the display to zoom for an eye-check. Now a few hundred shots later, two usually does the trick. The DOF of 500/8 is so shallow that there's only a few inches of DOF at 20 to 25 feet away and only a few millimeters at 1.7m - it's MFD (see below). So after zoom assisted focusing any body wobbles throw everything out of the intended focal plane. Also it was a little tough to maintain framing at first too. The focus barrel on this puppy is so smooth that even a light touch may rotate it so there's really no way to support/steady it by placing a hand on the lens barrel like usual. I think the ideal way to shoot this (and many other 500mm lenses) is with one of those rifle pods... err, rifle-mounts... whatever they's called... err, I guess bushhawk or the $25 one from cowboystudio.com http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9rhJ-m3-Qa0 - when a tripod won't do I mean...






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    Nice autumn shots Peter!

    @Tesselator: fine work indeed!


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    Thanks Klaus,

    Nice lighting in your shot there BTW!

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    Thanks...
    What kind of "Plant" is that.... looks hungry... great lighting also btw..

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    Some more from Venice.

    First one is in the Galleria dell' Academia and the second is in the hystericly designed lunchroom of the Biennale.

    Michiel




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    And one more early in the morning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tesselator View Post



    <----------------------------------------- The Contax Zeiss Sonnar 85/2.8 ----------------------------------------->







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    This picture is awesome, I love the colors and texture of the metal.

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    Some more from Venice.

    First one is in the Galleria dell' Academia and the second is in the hystericly designed lunchroom of the Biennale.

    Michiel

    Both very cool - for a number of reasons! Nice!



    Here's a couple from me:


    CZ 45/2.8 Tessar, f/4, 1/800s, ISO400







    CZ MP 100/2.8 C/Y, f/5.6, 1/250s, ISO400







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    Tess, M5, Michiel... stunning shots, all of you. This thread is really taking off

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    GH1 with foggy, flaring, low contrast Zeiss CY 85mm f/1.4

    Jorgen, Wonderful shot.

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    Tesselator, thank you. What special sort of lamp are we looking at?

    Jorgen, Thank you too.

    First one is early morning traffic of Venice going downtown to work.

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    One from the Rialtobridge.

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    From my walk downtown this evening




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    Oooo, The Natty Greene's shot rocks!




    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Tesselator, thank you. What special sort of lamp are we looking at?
    It's a UV-C germicidal/fungicidal tube I'm using in a lens treatment tent-like thingy I built. So after I work on a lens I use this for surface cleaning during reassembly. That way when I sell a lens I worked on I can be reasonably sure the customer won't catch a case of fungus for a good long while - I mean unless they drop it in the mud or something.


    Here's the moon




    shot with the Tamron 500mm F/8 (55BB) hand-held 1/125s, 100 ISO





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    Thanks Tess. That's a great Moon shot at sunny 16 minus 2

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    Probably the best of the photos I took during a short break in South Africa's mother city.


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    A very nice shot Intermaut.

    Here's two from my walk this evening.








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    Disoriented with my E-PL1 at the park this morning.
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    Nice restraint compositions, Paul!

    Here is one from an early dampy morning waiting for the boat to Herreninsel at the Herrenchiemsee to see a Castel of King Ludwig.

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    From my walk downtown this evening

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    Bangkok today.

    GH1 with PanaLeica 14-50mm f/2.8-3.5 @ 50mm, f/11 and 1/50s


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Bangkok today.

    GH1 with PanaLeica 14-50mm f/2.8-3.5 @ 50mm, f/11 and 1/50s

    Jorgen, beautiful panning, lovely colors.

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    Jorgen, beautiful panning, lovely colors.
    +1 Excellent!

    @Michiel & Jorgen, thank you.







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    Awesome shots guys!

    Here's another with that Tamron mirror lens.



    Tamron SP 500mm F/8 (55BB) - 10 second exposure.


    I'm really digging this lens! If you haven't tried a mirror lens on your M4/3 camera yet I highly recommend it. They're usually between $180 and $400 depending on make, condition, and etc. Mine was $210. I think for around $200 to $250 you're not going to find a 500mm refractor that competes with the sharpness of these guys. Of course I can't speak for all mirror lenses but given that it's not a cheapy like Kenko or something it oughtta be in about the same class as this guy.

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    Nice one Tess! I think the Tamron will be hard to beat. I sure would like to try a Yashica ML mirror but they are difficult to find at a reasonable price.

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