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    Yet again the same camera for visible light capture.


    Untitled by Vivek Iyer, on Flickr

    Hacked GH-2, Panasonic 20/1.7, UV/IR cut filter.
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    Tim,
    I love the color, composition on your shots!

    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    No regrets about not having an IQ180.



    May 2010

    G1, 45mm f/2.8 @ 2.8




    G1, 7-14mm @ 7mm






    G1, 45mm f/2.8 @ 2.8

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    May 2010

    G1, 45mm f/2.8 @ 2.8




    G1, 45mm f/2.8 @ 22




    G1, 45mm f/2.8 @ 2.8




    G1, 45mm f/2.8 @ 5.6

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

    A few from today's walk around the Lake of Genval (Belgium)
    Windy day also
















    All with GH2 and 14-45 or 45-200 lens.
    All 5-shot HDR

    Have a nice weekend,
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    Rafael,
    they really enjoy the eye

    Colors, sharpness, maybe on 2nd I would use longer focal or faster lens.


    May 2010

    G1, 7-14mm @ 7mm




    G1, 7-14mm @ 14mm




    G1, 7-14mm @ 7mm




    G1, 7-14mm @ 14mm




    G1, 45mm f/2.8 @ 5.6

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    E-5 and 150mm f2 zuiko

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    Micek, I like interaction on the 1st one the most

    * * * * *

    May, June 2010

    GF1, 20mm f/1.7 @ 1.7




    GF1, 20mm f/1.7 @ 2.8




    GF1, 20mm f/1.7 @ 1.7




    G1, 45mm f/2.8 @ 2.8

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    Big Basin Redwood Forest in Santa Cruz, CA:





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    Went to a nature preserve in Lawrence this week.....


    Bridge in the park by juliedanurse, on Flickr


    The Dock by juliedanurse, on Flickr



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    I went to the Big Island this weekend for a wedding and really wrestled with what camera to bring. I've been contemplating moving out of the m4/3 format and always hesitate.

    I decided on the E-P3, the 45/1.8, and the PL25.

    The day after the wedding, I traveled up the Kohala Coast to the Pu'ukohola Heiau National Historic Site. Constructed by King Kamehameha as an offering to the war god Kukailimoku, it prefaced his unification of the Hawaiian Islands. It, as all heiau, is considered sacred. Walking on the heiau is not allowed due to human impact concerns.

    It is hard to capture something this massive and do it justice.

    Here are a few shots all with the PL25.















    I think I'll be hanging on for a while longer.

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    Julie,
    I love colors on your pictures

    Rich,
    especially third is terrific


    More from me from June 2010


    G1, 45mm f/2.8 @ 2.8







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    Thanks Jerry! Great portraits... love the face he's making in the b/w shot.

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    I drive past this tree on old K10 highway in NE KS several times weekly. The day I shot this the sun was hitting it just right, so I pulled over and grabbed the shot. I did a little processing in PSE.


    Tree on old 10 by juliedanurse, on Flickr

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    Quote Originally Posted by juliedanurse View Post
    so I pulled over and grabbed the shot
    That is nice with small cameras, we have them all the time with us
    You must have eye to color

    * * *
    I ask myself, if I do not show too much photos, let me know if you think so.
    One of reason is - I show lens, aperture, so some people may have idea, what can they expect, especially new members, or people who do not have particular lens.

    OK, last portraits for now, I promise
    June 2010

    G1, 45mm f/2.8 @ 2.8












    G1, 45mm f/2.8 @ 3.5

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich M View Post
    I went to the Big Island this weekend for a wedding and really wrestled with what camera to bring. I've been contemplating moving out of the m4/3 format and always hesitate.

    I decided on the E-P3, the 45/1.8, and the PL25.

    The day after the wedding, I traveled up the Kohala Coast to the Pu'ukohola Heiau National Historic Site. Constructed by King Kamehameha as an offering to the war god Kukailimoku, it prefaced his unification of the Hawaiian Islands. It, as all heiau, is considered sacred. Walking on the heiau is not allowed due to human impact concerns.

    It is hard to capture something this massive and do it justice.

    Here are a few shots all with the PL25.















    I think I'll be hanging on for a while longer.

    R
    Wow, these are great Rich - beautifully sharp... great post processing too!

    Thanks for sharing

    Brian

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    Jerry, I can't get enough of that kind of pictures. Very nice indeed!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry_R View Post
    That is nice with small cameras, we have them all the time with us
    You must have eye to color

    * * *
    I ask myself, if I do not show too much photos, let me know if you think so.
    One of reason is - I show lens, aperture, so some people may have idea, what can they expect, especially new members, or people who do not have particular lens.

    OK, last portraits for now, I promise
    June 2010

    G1, 45mm f/2.8 @ 2.8

    Jerry, I enjoy your work! I generally use an Olympus OM 50mm f1.4 (with adapter to my Lumix G3) for my portraits, but have really been considering that 45mm lens. Your portraits really show off the quality of that lens. Thanks for your posts!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Mosley View Post
    Wow, these are great Rich - beautifully sharp... great post processing too!

    Thanks for sharing

    Brian
    Thanks Brian......your enthusiasm and support (and PAD) was what got me into this format to begin with.

    I really appreciate the kind comments.

    R

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    Thank you for encouraging comments! Now change of subject.

    June 2010

    G1, 45mm f/2.8 @ 2.8






    G1, 20mm f/1.7 @ 4.0






    G1, 20mm f/1.7 @ 4.5

    Last edited by Jerry_R; 26th January 2012 at 13:00.
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    Hooray!

    I just received the 25mm Summilux for the GX-1 I received last week.

    Initial set of shots, and I must say that I do like the lens!

    The first one, the Tortie, is Sophie, a.k.a. Trouble, that was rescued as a few day old kitten after Charley blew through Florida. Very reluctant model, but that is, after all, her job.

    The second model is Sara, who we rescued in our neighborhood. Another reluctant model.

    The third model is my wife, EJ. Another very reluctant model.

    I emphasize "reluctant". I really appreciate the Leica M9. But, with the manual focus, the only models that are patient, are well ... trees and inanimate objects.

    My live models get very impatient. They move, in they case of Sophie and Sara, or the roll their eyes, in the case of EJ.

    Finally, with the GX1 and great fast lenses, I can finally sneak up on them!

    Thank you,

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    Congratulations of both: body and lens ;-)

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    I attempted something new: tweaked the contrast, saturation and NR within my G3 then captured this of the geese. The only post I did was within Photogene on my iPad2, where I applied the border. This is with the 45-200mm lens, f9, 1/2000 second ISO 3200. Didn't mean to shoot with ISO that high, I'd been playing with that indoors.


    Geese in the Wetlands by juliedanurse, on Flickr

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    LR & RAWs on my side.

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    I've been lazy posting photos lately, so here are four from Cambodia in December last year.

    L1 with PanaLeica 14-50 2.8-3.5 @ 50mm and f/5.6



    GH1 with OM Zuiko 100mm f/2.8

    Kampong Chhnang is such an amazing place during the wet season



    I heard music coming from one of the temple buildings in Phnom Penh and went inside.

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



    And then there was this tourist who had hired a bicycle and thought it was ok to say yes to one kid

    GH1 with OM Zuiko 100mm f/2.8


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post


    And then there was this tourist who had hired a bicycle and thought it was ok to say yes to one kid

    GH1 with OM Zuiko 100mm f/2.8

    Jorgen......priceless......print it BIG!!!!

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    Jorgen, like them all.
    You say lazy, I am still year behind you

    June 2010

    G1, 20mm f/1.7 @ 4.5 (last @ f5)





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    Thank you guys

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    Silver Wind


    Across the Verge


    Japanese Landscape


    Chain of Ponds

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    Japanese landscape is cool

    More from me, June 2010
    G1, 20mm f/1.7 @ f5








    G1, 20mm f/1.7 @ f4



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    Panasonic G3 Olympus 45mm 1.8 a small crop from a larger photo

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    What a face

    June 2010
    G1, 45mm f/2.8 @ 9, flash

    That was FUN, I put a camera with the flash on a tripod, took a remote in my hand, framed using tilted LCD and fired
    I don't remember now if I had HSS or not, but defintely selected aperture if I wouldn't have it.






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    In Thailand, at many temples, you can make merit by buying a small cage with birds and release them to freedom. In the old days people released birds and fish that had been trapped in the rice fields or the forest. These days, they are captured by commercial vendors who make a profit from hunting down the little creatures and selling them to temple visitors, often the same birds again and again.

    Did anybody ask the birds what they think?

    GH1 with Zeiss CY 85mm f/1.4 @ f/1.4



    This is taken with my oldish 85mm that for a while I thought was a gonner, but a visit to the cleaner made a lot of difference. No more haze or flare, and crystal clear photos even wide open

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    Nice colors!

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    Good Night :sleep006:

    June 2010, G1, 45mm f/2.8 @ 2.8

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    GF1 + 20mm:

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/grahamgibson/
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    Graham, what a mood !!
    I had a look at your Flickr gallery, show us more! It seems your GF1 with 20mm is your soul mate

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry_R View Post
    Graham, what a mood !!
    I had a look at your Flickr gallery, show us more! It seems your GF1 with 20mm is your soul mate
    Hahah, thanks, Jerry. I have a few more fun shots from this hike to upload this week. I do still love my 20mm most out of all my lenses... the size and focal length are pretty much perfect for me. The area in the photograph was one of the bends of the trail where I could stand further away to show off the sense of scale with my wife in the foreground.

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    Untitled by Vivek Iyer, on Flickr

    Hacked Panasonic GH-2, Quartz lens, Baader U 2" filter, Reflected UV capture.

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    June 2010

    G1, 20mm f/1.7 @ 1.7




    G1, 7-14mm @ 7mm




    G1, 45mm f/2.8 @ 2.8

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    Still June 2010

    GF1, 20mm f/1.7 @ 1.7






    G1, 7-14mm @ 7mm





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    From earlier today.


    Untitled by Vivek Iyer, on Flickr

    Hacked GH-2, 20/1.7, 780nm filter. Infrared capture.
    Last edited by Vivek; 4th February 2012 at 11:49.

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    June 2010

    G1 45mm f/2.8 @ 2.8



    GF1, 20mm f/1.7 @ 1.7

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    June 2010

    GF1, 20mm f/1.7 @ 1.7






    GF1, 20mm f/1.7 @ 5.6

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    The shot below was taken with the GH2 and the Leica 25mm Summilux. 1/50s at f/1.4 ISO 1600 handheld... in the rain... getting soaked. The front of the building is illuminated by a single street light which I believe to be sodium vapor.

    A friend and I got up at 4:45am to wait for the dawn and the blue minutes before sunrise while in Shreveport, Louisiana this weekend. The weather was rainy and really not all that conducive to photography but the whole trip to Shreveport was for photography of old buildings, factories, rail yards, Etc... so there was no way I wasn't not going to get the shots I wanted... rain or no rain. I did worry about the GH2 since it is not weather sealed but it seems to have pulled through ok... Me? I got totally soaked and had to change clothes.

    Since buying the GH2 I have used it very little but decided to use it over the weekend along with the 7-14mm and the 25mm. The 25mm, at f/1.4, is the fastest lens I have for the MFT gear I own... I was not disappointed with the results even at ISO 1600.

    This is the Arlington Hotel in downtown Shreveport, Louisiana. It has been abandoned for years and is open to anyone who decides to venture inside. Locals say it's haunted. It's a pretty scary place on a number of levels. Ghosts did not worry me as much as the living who inhabit the old hotel.

    I photographed the exterior extensively and then decided to venture inside.. it was not a wise choice. The hotel is used by the homeless and drug users. The interior is in total disarray and the stench is overwhelming. The current inhabitants relieve themselves when and wherever they please.

    I was scared of stepping on needles as I was only wearing tennis shoes.. so my journey inside was very brief and not very extensive... I could hear someone stirring inside while I was in the entry of the hotel. I made my retreat... better to leave it to those who call it home. This was all taking place before sunrise.. all the more reason to enjoy this old hotel from out outside.

    From what I read about the hotel it has been abandoned since the 1950s. The owner lives in California and has no desire to sell it to the city.. and so it slowly wastes away. It's a pity as it has so much character and quite a bit of history. Though it can't compare to the shiny hotels of the Casinos along the riverfront it has an appeal all its own. Glad I was able to see it in person before it one day disappears.

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    Jim,
    thanks for very interesting story and great photo!

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    G1, 45mm f/2.8 @ 4




    G1, 20mm f/.1.7 @ 2.2




    G1, 20mm f/.1.7 @ 2.8

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    Two from yesterday.




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    Jim, great photo and sad story.

    Last week was the time for Bang Saen Speed Week, the 2011 edition, postponed from November last year due to flooding. To give some relief to a world that apparently suffers from a severe cap shortage, the good people from Pizza Company and Liqui Moly handed out a truckload for free.

    GH1 with Pana 7-14 @ 7mm and f/7.1

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    July 2010
    GF1, 20mm f/1.7 @ 1.8




    GF1, 20mm f/1.7 @ 5.0




    G1, 7-14mm @ 7mm

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    G1, 7-14mm @ 7mm




    G1, 45mm f/2.8 @ 5.6




    G1, 20mm f/1.7 @ 2.8

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    G1, 20mm f/1.7 @ 16




    G1, 45mm f/2.8 @ 2.8



    G1, 45mm f/2.8 @ 6.3

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