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    Glorious Cross Orphanage, Olympus E-3, 7 July 2010


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    Revisiting some photos from earlier this year. Those Zeiss people do know how to design lenses, don't they?

    GH1 with Zeiss CY 85mm f/1.4


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Those Zeiss people do know how to design lenses, don't they?
    Yes......but Jorgen, you are the MASTER of that 85/1.4. You have posted many captures from that lens which indicates to me that it's 90% photographer....10% glass.

    Regards......R

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    Thank you Rich, but you're far too kind

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    In Khmer Country again, Siem Reap this time. This young lady sold me a tiny brass elephant for two dollars and a portrait. I walked through all of Angkor Wat today also, starting at 05.00 hrs., and it was a great experience, but if I could live the day again and had to choose, I would go for the elephant... and the portrait

    L1 with PanaLeica 14-50mm f/2.8-3.5 @ 50mm and f/3.5



    And the PanaLeica is everything I hoped for and more. Big thanks to Justin who sold it to me.

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    Whitehall London, top of a No. 24 bus.


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    Great shot, Louis.

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    Three days in the forests around Angkor Wat. It's impossible to describe, and photos don't really do it either. I'm going back, sooner rather than later.

    First morning, after 5 minutes: a puncture. My driver to the left and the young mechanic fixing the wheel of the rolling sofa, which is attached to a normal 100cc motorbike. It works rather well, and is absolutely the way to see Angkor. Cheap too, at $15 per day.

    GH1 with Sigma 50mm f/1.4 @ f/2.0



    There are small concerts out in the forests, mainly performed by mine victims.

    GH1 with PanaLeica 14-50mm f/2.8-3.5 @ 50mm and f/3.5



    The 7-14mm came in handy very often. Space is limited on top of the temples, and balancing on the edge with 20 meters free fall beneath isn't my way of having fun.

    GH1 with Panasonic 7-14 @ 7mm and f/5.6

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    The concert picture is very nice, Jorgen!

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    Last Friday, I was the last person over the border to Cambodia at Poipet, 19.59 hrs. before it closed a minute later. So the taxis had all gone home. But there was this guy who had an uncle with a Camry (which is the definition of "Taxi" in that part of Cambodia anyway), and he might be willing to take me the 250 kilometers to Siem Reap.

    Half an hour later, an automobile that resembled a Camry in many ways, but with interesting sounds that are probably not on Toyota's list of extra features, arrived. After a brief discussions between the somewhat ageing driver and some friends, enemies and bystanders, we left off into the dark (there are no road lights in Cambodia). It soon became apparent that he had little gas, no money and a somewhat failing eyesight. So we stopped by a shack at the edge of the road and got the owner out of the whisky bottle and his wife out of the bed. Gas time, not petrol, but the real, fluffy stuff.

    This is the way it is done:
    The gas cylinder is turned upside down and placed on a scale. Then it's connected to some strange, rotating mechanism and from there to the gas tank in the trunk of the car. The volume is checked by watching the scale.

    The first attempt failed miserably and resulted in a big cloud of the substance disappearing into the landscape, luckily after the guy had gotten rid of his cigarette. The second bottle worked better, and after some advance payment to the driver so that he could pay for the smelly stuff, we continued our journey towards the east, firmly placed on the yellow line in the middle of the road.

    For those with less interest in rural gas stations in Cambodia and guessing competitions about which side of your car meeting vehicles will pass on, there is an international airport in Siem Reap. But Bangkok Airways, the Boutique Airline of Asia, which for some strange reason has acquired a monopoly on the route to Bangkok and charges monopoly prices, don't accept Monopoly monies

    GH1 with Sigma 50mm f/1.4 @ ISO3200 and f/1.4


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    Schloss Neuschwanstein in Bavaria, Germany.

    More information on the castle and with larger and more photographs at my blog.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Last Friday, I was the last person over the border to Cambodia at Poipet, 19.59 hrs. before it closed a minute later. So the taxis had all gone home....
    Nice pic, and wonderful narative.

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    Quote Originally Posted by P. Chong View Post
    Nice pic, and wonderful narative.
    +1

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    Jorgen and Peter, wonderful captures.

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    Gig of my son's band - Tin Can 44s - GH-2 Leica DG 25/1.4

    Absolutely crappy awful lighting - thought the Summilux acquited itself well at f1.4 and low speeds.

    I'd print them at 10x8 and of course perfectly acceptable for web work.

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    Some pics from the Outpost art exhibition on Cockatoo Island, Sydney...


    Dog Leg Tunnel Art 1 o12 by peterb666, on Flickr

    Olympus E-P3 and Olympus 12mm f/2


    Cockatoo Island - Outpost 3 - ov25 by peterb666, on Flickr

    Olympus E-P3 and Voigtlander 25mm f/0.95

    The House at Cockatoo Island Outpost - 1 ov25 by peterb666, on Flickr

    Olympus E-P3 and Voigtlander 25mm f/0.95

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    Always On
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    At the skatepark.

    The Razor's Edge:

    The Razor's Edge by peter.a.klein (Boulanger-Croissant), on Flickr

    I want to fly like you:

    I want to fly like you by peter.a.klein (Boulanger-Croissant), on Flickr

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    EP3 45 1.8, my fav model Annika my daughter.






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    Jorgen,

    Glad to here you are enjoying the L-1, Panaleica 14-50, and the Sigma 50. Your wonderful photos make me miss the gear! :-)

    Justin

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    Thank you Justin.

    Here's another one, Angkor Wat this time. They do keep that place clean. I could need one of those cleaners around here...

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    I went birding for the weekend. No, I don't normally do birds. After Kenya I sold my GH2 and decided to stick with a G3. I can now say if you are going to shoot wildlife and birds with m4/3 do yourself a favor and use a GH2. G3 is great for all around but the ergonomics and button placement make the GH2 seem better for some of the settings changes that I needed to make really quickly.

    A sampling.....














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    Last one is great, Terry

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    In Khmer Country again, Siem Reap this time. This young lady sold me a tiny brass elephant for two dollars and a portrait. I walked through all of Angkor Wat today also, starting at 05.00 hrs., and it was a great experience, but if I could live the day again and had to choose, I would go for the elephant... and the portrait

    I missed this when you posted it. Stunning portrait!

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    Thank you Terry.

    When wandering around among thousands of tourists, it's easy too forget that the temples in the Angkor area are still very much places of religious significance.

    L1 with PanaLeica 14-50mm f/2.8-3.5 @ 14mm and f/2.8


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    Quote Originally Posted by Terry View Post
    I went birding for the weekend.
    A sampling.....

    This is my favorite of your series, Terry !

    Me too, I went birding a few weeks ago, in France, where the common cranes gather to fly to Spain and Morocco for the winter.

    I shot more than 600 shots, some in real difficult light (very early morning and very late evening), with the GH2 and iso going all the way to 3200;

    Here's a few samples :












    Most shots with the GH2 and a Nikkor 300/2.8 IF-ED and a TC 300 doubler

    A series of 52 pics can be seen here :

    http://s1221.photobucket.com/albums/...011/?start=all

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    "I'm so proud on my bench"


    Shot with GH2 and 45-200mm

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    It is fur she loves ....
    Diamonds are welcome too. Lensbaby can be great.



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    Here are couple from to day in B&W
    Panasonic G3, Olympus M Zuiko 14-42mm MkI


    In the Rain (B&W) by Peter Arbib, on Flickr


    In the Rain (B&W) by Peter Arbib, on Flickr

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    Quote Originally Posted by f6cvalkyrie View Post
    This is my favorite of your series, Terry !

    Me too, I went birding a few weeks ago, in France, where the common cranes gather to fly to Spain and Morocco for the winter.

    I shot more than 600 shots, some in real difficult light (very early morning and very late evening), with the GH2 and iso going all the way to 3200;

    Here's a few samples :







    Rafael -
    Wow - it took me more than one look before I saw the outline of the sun. COOL. Well done.

    Terry

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    Beautiful pictures, I love the third and fourth one a lot.
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    Nice job, Excellent capture of the mood.

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    I met this charming gentleman yesterday. He should make you smile.


    Hanging out by peter.a.klein (Boulanger-Croissant), on Flickr

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    Amazing results Klaus + Raf!

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    Terry, f6.. Peter, kweide,
    Really like these...

    Peter... That dog is so funny

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    Peter, the dog is uhhhaaaaaaaaa ...... laughed a lot ...
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    Fun Fur or Fur Fun ??
    We had so much fun !



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    The soft fur nicely softens the kind of tense facial expression. Well done Klaus!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Klein View Post
    I met this charming gentleman yesterday. He should make you smile.


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    Panasonic GH2 with 45-200 zoom

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    Nicely layered and congrats, Keith

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    Thanks Michiel

    I guess it's part of my infrastructure series - but I'm reserving that for the GXR. Bought the GH2 to replace my G1 and to take on an upcoming cruise. Might try a BAD project again ()

    Love those smilies!

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    You are lucky the GH2 looks axactly like the G1. Nobody notices it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    You are lucky the GH2 looks axactly like the G1. Nobody notices it

    Michiel
    I thought so too, Michiel, but then my wife remembered that my G1 was blue, while my GH2 is black .....
    Fortunately, I have the video-feature that she appreciates to explain the investment !

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    Anyone in need of a bicycle ??


    GH2 with Nikkor-UD 20/3.5

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    Here's one from a recent trip to Hilton Head Beach in South Carolina. Shot with the G3 & 20/1.7.

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