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    Here are some good girls from last year. Kampong Chnang in Cambodia again.

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

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    ^^^^ Mmmmm Fishes!





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    Hehehe, very kewl!

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    thanks...

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    My Friend Rests

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    Some backyard shots...

    From my sister's backyard at Bermagui on Chrismas morning


    Bermagui Backyard Xmas Morning pano by peterb666, on Flickr

    From my friend Brenda's place on Lake Burrill a few days later in the late evening


    Burrill Lake by peterb666, on Flickr

    Both photos taken with an Olympus E-P3 and Olympus 12mm f/2.

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    Just found this forum and am very impressed with the work presented!! I have just purchased a GF2 as a small walkaround that compliments my 5DmkII outfit and looking forward to what the GH3 may hold in store.

    A few images of my youngest son made with the Olympus 45mm f1.8 lens from Christmas day.






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    I received my M4/3 camera for Christmas and have been happily snapping away. Here are a few of my first attempts:


    Tree on old 10 by juliedanurse, on Flickr


    OH! by juliedanurse, on Flickr


    Papa's love by juliedanurse, on Flickr

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    Weather is great, so I went on a photo walk today....

    1-084 by juliedanurse, on Flickr


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    Quote Originally Posted by juliedanurse View Post
    I received my M4/3 camera for Christmas and have been happily snapping away. Here are a few of my first attempts:


    OH! by juliedanurse, on Flickr
    Ha ha... kewl
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    This is a fun little toy - The Cosmicar 4.8mm F/1.8 C-Mount lens. I got it from one of those anti-theft cameras that were in use in the 80's - you know the kind that are shaped like a flat rectangular whiskey flask? Using the 2x digital zoom on the GH1 I get perfect coverage with it. It's very sharp in the center wide open at f/1.8 and I do mean ONLY the very center! The smeary blurs proceed to get worse linearly as we go out toward the edges of the frame from there. Luckily by the time it's dialed down to f/5.6 or f/6.3 all of that is gone but for only the extreme edges - and by f/8 even those are cleared up. The lens has no focus ring at all. To get it to seat perfectly on the c-mount adapter at exactly the optimal registration distance I needed to create a gasket exactly the thickness of 1 piece of notebook paper - easily done and all that practice cutting folded paper in the 1st grade really paid off here! Here's an entire set shot with this lens set at f/5.6. A few of these are two exposure tone-mapped images where the DR was too great for my little GH1. The AOV is very close to 180˚ and I had kind of a hard time keeping my shoes out of the frame on most of these - especially the ones taken in portrait orientation. All of them were shot in fine JPeg with the digital zoom set to 2x - just so I didn't have to hand crop them even though all such images can be cropped all at once with just a mouse drag and a click.


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    Trekkers
    New arrivals to Newport, Richard (on the left) and BeanieBoo. From Asheville, NC to Newport, OR in 8 months. On foot & feets . Lunch break in the Fishermen's Memorial at Newport, OR.
    G1/ 14-42

    First post, so hope this goes smoothly.
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    A click gets a bigger image.

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    Here's a shot of my friend taken a little less than one inch from his face at f/11. I used the GH1's flash with some tish over it to diffuse it a little. I think you can see the tish in the reflection of the monitor glass behind my little buddy there - dang glossy surfaced monitors!






    After Cropping







    Before Cropping

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    Hello again,
    for many weeks I was not following the forum due to lack of time
    But am back and continue showing some of my photos, below is continuation from May 2010


    G1, 45mm f/2.8 @2.8









    G1, 45mm f/2.8 @3.2

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    May 2010


    G1, 45mm f/2.8 @3.2







    GF1, 20mm f/1.7 @ 1.8





    GF1, 20mm f/1.7 @ 1.7



    Best Regards!

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    Freshwater Beach, Sydney with an Olympus E-P3 and Olympus 12mm f/2


    Freshwater Beach - Oasis in the Sun_1 by peterb666, on Flickr

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    Nice photo Piter, nice view, nice weather


    May 2010

    G1, 45mm f/2.8 @ 2.8




    GF1, 20mm f/.1.7 @ 1.7









    Last edited by Jerry_R; 8th January 2012 at 18:12.
    Best Regards!

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    I used a 50mm f1.4 Olympus OM lens on my Lumix GF3 on these...


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    13 Images - No Processing













    71 Images (after cropping and so forth more like 64 images) - Processing was only Healing Brush to fill a hole. :P

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    Re: Fun with 4/3rds cameras/ Image Thread

    @Tesselator: Are you stitching shots taken manually using PS CS5 or are you using something like a Gigapan to capture the source images?
    Ylem ...

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    AutoPanaGiga from the RAW files and then just crop them myself (if the software doesn't do it right) resize and save.

    It does actually create a global histogram and applies those curves before saving but I use manual everything on the camera so it's not too crazy.

    For the 1st one I used "Best For Reduction" when scaling and for the second one I used "Best For Smooth Gradients" as anything else produced too much noisy sharpness.

    Why do you ask?

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    Just curious since you don't include any information about what you used to create images from so many exposures. That's a lot of shots for this type of scene and a small image on the forum doesn't explain or show things at all. I have a Gigapan Epic Pro that I've just been testing with my E-P3 and so was interested if you were shooting with a similar device or manually shooting the frames with a pano tripod kit etc etc.
    Ylem ...

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    Ah, kewl! Yeah I wanna use a gigapan too! But I haven't found one used that I can afford. They seem so cool!

    These were all hand-held. I use the grid overlay and line up the cross-points from shot to shot for overlap and alignment. It takes a little mental concentration but not much more than something like adding numbers in my head.

    If the current feature sets of cameras continues to expand and mature soon all we'll need to do is wave our cameras around like wild-men and it'll automatically create the panos for us - and additionally tell us where to point it to fill in any gaps we may have missed too. What, 3 to 5 years sound about right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tesselator View Post
    Ah, kewl! Yeah I wanna use a gigapan too! But I haven't found one used that I can afford. They seem so cool!

    These were all hand-held. I use the grid overlay and line up the cross-points from shot to shot for overlap and alignment. It takes a little mental concentration but not much more than something like adding numbers in my head.

    If the current feature sets of cameras continues to expand and mature soon all we'll need to do is wave our cameras around like wild-men and it'll automatically create the panos for us - and additionally tell us where to point it to fill in any gaps we may have missed too. What, 3 to 5 years sound about right?
    Well we're already getting there with the sweep pano features where you specify how wide a pano you want, click the shutter and smoothly move until the camera stops taking pics. My Fuji X100 has that feature although I confess that I've never used it. It seems like the iPhone apps are driving this capability into real cameras.

    Btw, the Gigapan Epic Pro works excellently especially if you want HDR stitched shots. It's just not very portable! The smaller version that presses the shutter button is smaller and lighter.
    Ylem ...

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    Yeah I've done a few HDR panos and they can be a bit exhausting for the big ones. Even medium ones really: Eight by five by five exposure brackets deep. heh!

    Oh well, one of these days...


    I didn't know there was "a cheaper one" tho. What's missing from it feature-wise or is it just lighter weight (flimsier)?

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    May 2010

    I was walking with 7-14mm in the park, and suddenly they poped up
    G1, 7-14mm (all @ 7mm @ 5.6)










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    G1, 7-14mm (all @ 7mm)












    Best Regards!

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    Lovely playground shots, Jerry.

    Here's one from yesterday.

    GH1 with OM Zuiko 500mm f/8 Reflex @ 1/250s on a monopod



    GH1 with OM Zuiko 500mm f/8 Reflex @ 1/200s on a monopod



    Right after I took these, I met a photographer with a 400mm f/2.8. He looked at my lens and I looked at his. I wouldn't mind having his, but mine is cheaper, lighter, smaller and has longer reach
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    Quote Originally Posted by juliedanurse View Post
    I used a 50mm f1.4 Olympus OM lens on my Lumix GF3 on these...
    Those are lovely, particularly the two portraits
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    I played with bouncing the pop-up flash on my Lumix GF3 and was able to capture this shot of my daughter and granddaughter in a really dark room (light from the television was the only light). I used an Olympus OM 50mm f1.4 lens, wide open. The room blinds, walls and ceiling are all light in color so the bounce worked well.


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    Thanks Jorgen, few more (May 2010).


    G1 + 20mm f/1.7 @ 1.7




    G1, 7-14mm @ 7






    G1 + 20mm f/1.7 @ 2

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    Continuation of fun, still May2010


    GF1, 20mm f/1.7 @ 2




    GF1, 20mm f/1.7 @ 1.7






    G1, 45mm f/2.8 @ 2.8

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    Those are lovely, particularly the two portraits
    Thank you! The portraits are of my granddaughter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry_R View Post
    Continuation of fun, still May2010

    G1, 45mm f/2.8 @ 2.8

    Oh for fork sakes!


    Kewl shot!

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    GH1 with Pana 7-14mm @ 14mm and f/4.0

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    Those are excellent, Micek. I particularly like the first two.
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    Thanks Jorgen.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Tesselator View Post
    Oh for fork sakes!
    Not everybody guesses what it was immediately


    * * * * *
    May 2010

    G1, 7-14mm @ 7mm






    G1, 45mm f/2.8 @ 5.6




    G1, 7-14mm @ 13mm




    G1, 7-14mm @ 7mm

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    First post on this forum, which was recommended to me by Godfrey (thanks again!).
    Left picture: Antwerpen (E-420 + ZD 25)
    Right picture: A winter scene from last year in my hometown (E-3 + PL 14-50)

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    Welcome Markus,
    thanks for sharing your pictures!

    I like the winter atmosphere especially, but summer composition is eye catching as well

    Good advice Godfrey, greetings
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    Fun continuation, May 2010


    G1, 45mm f/2.8 @ 2.8






    G1, 45mm f/2.8 @ 6.3




    G1, 45mm f/2.8 @ 2.8






    * * *
    I think, that for last picture it would be better to have f/1.8 available, or longer focal. I didn't have at that time.
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    Fun continuation, May 2010



    * * *
    I think, that for last picture it would be better to have f/1.8 available, or longer focal. I didn't have at that time.
    Wow I really like this image, you must have a good photographic eye to see this composition!

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    Very nice series, Jerry. I like all of them and particularly the last one, f/1.8 or not
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    Quote Originally Posted by micek View Post
    Thanks Jorgen.
    Hi Micek +1 with Jorgen - the first two are splendid, and the third is just excellent - as are these pigeons. Lovely clean and shiny composition.

    Lots of good shots around here

    Just this guy you know

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    Micek,
    I like the 2nd most, plus last one with pigeons

    Thanks Jerry, Jorgen - I try to learn and experiment almost every day.

    May 2010
    G1, 45mm f/2.8 @ 2.8





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    Thank you all, I'm glad you liked them. They were all shot with an E-5 + 150mm f2, FWIW.

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    G1, 45mm f/2.8 @ 5.6




    G1, 45mm f/2.8 @ 2.8




    GF1, 20mm f/1.7 @ 4.5




    GF1, 20mm f/1.7 @ 1.7

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    Miami and Guatemala with GH2

    I've taken to travelling, when purely for pleasure, with a GH2 and 7-14, 14-140 and 100-300 Panny zooms. I don't get the best IQ but I don't pay excess baggage or need physiotherapy when I get back and in 'old money' I am covering 14-600mm zoom range...

    The only one here that I wished profoundly I had my IQ180 kit with me for was the first one. Otherwise these are just for fun.


    Indian River Creek, Miami,


    Bird Bath, Miami


    Ship to Shore, Fort Lauderdale (and this was pre-Concordia...)


    Waterslide, Guatemala. This was in full use. I went down it five minutes later...



    Thanks for looking!
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    Untitled by Vivek Iyer, on Flickr

    Hacked GH-2, a Quartz lens, Baader U 2" filter, UV capture

    No regrets about not having an IQ180.

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    The same hacked GH-2 but doing an IR duty.


    Untitled by Vivek Iyer, on Flickr

    Hacked GH-2, Panasonic 20/1.7, a 780nm filter from PRC, Infrared capture.

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