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    July 2010
    G1, 45mm f/2.8 @ 2.8








    G1, 45mm f/2.8 @ 5.6

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

    Decisive moment! Well spotted.

    BTW, always nice to spot other L1 shooters. Still a lovely camera.

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    G1, 7-4mm @ 7mm




    G2, 45mm f2/.8 @ 4




    G2, 45mm f2/.8 @ 5.6

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    I guessed as much. I felt extra smart that I could.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry_R View Post
    Not everybody guesses what it was immediately

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    G1, 7-14mm @ 7mm

    Perfect lens for that building!





    Now doncha just wish there were like 4 more stops of DR on these little µ4/3 things?

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    I'm relatively new to the Micro 4/3's world and I am lovin' it.
    This image was taken with my new Olympus E-P3; Olympus 12mm / F2 lens and worked up a little in LR3. Thanks for looking.
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    That's a lovely shot, Tom. Where exactly was it taken? That looks like an old riverboat.

    Cheers,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tesselator View Post
    Now doncha just wish there were like 4 more stops of DR on these little µ4/3 things?
    Thanks for comment, regarding DR - yes.
    I was impressed, when I came back from my friend, who was taking some pictures together with me at the see with his Sigma, afterwards he showed me what can he do in post processing...

    Quote Originally Posted by Tomcollins View Post
    Thanks for looking
    Tom, thanks for sharing

    One idea comes to my mind, as an experiment - I would try to crop that photo in 16:9.
    Just idea.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Tomcollins View Post
    I'm relatively new to the Micro 4/3's world and I am lovin' it.
    This image was taken with my new Olympus E-P3; Olympus 12mm / F2 lens and worked up a little in LR3. Thanks for looking.
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    Cronulla Pool o45 4 by peterb666, on Flickr


    Cronulla Pool o45 5 by peterb666, on Flickr

    Both photos with an Olympus E-P3 and Olympus 45mm f/1.8
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    Nice tonning Peter!

    Here's some lame test images with the MC Zoom Rokkor 80-200 on GH1:




    1/40s, ISO500, 200mm, Wide Open, GH1









    1/320s, ISO100, 200mm, Wide Open, GH1










    1/250s, ISO100, Wide Open, GH1









    1/160s, ISO100, Stopped Down One Click, GH1










    1/125s, ISO100, 80mm, GH1










    1/800s, ISO100, Wide Open, GH1










    1/800s, ISO100, 80mm, Wide Open, GH1









    1/250s, ISO100, Wide Open, 120mm?, GH1









    1/250s, ISO100, Wide Open, 200mm, 100% Crop, GH1








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    Quote Originally Posted by simonclivehughes View Post
    That's a lovely shot, Tom. Where exactly was it taken? That looks like an old riverboat.

    Cheers,
    Thank you Simon. This is an old river boat that was converted into a Casino and has since been abandoned. It located in Tacoma, Washington.
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    Panoramic winterfun



    9-shots with the GH2, stitched in PS

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    Wow, I can see a lot of fun

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    G1, 20mm f/1.7 @ 1.7




    G1, 45mm f/2.8 @ 2.8

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    Here's some from the (Cosina) Voigtlander Nokton 50mm f/1.5 Aspherical as seen through Panasonic's GH1.





    1/4000s, ISO160, GH1









    1/1000s, ISO125, GH1, 80% Crop









    1/1600s, ISO100, GH1









    1/1000s, ISO125, GH1, 100% crop









    1/25s, ISO100, GH1









    1/2000s, ISO100, GH1






    I was expecting to see PF on some of these but didn't get any... huh.

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    Sorry you missed out on the PF Tess. I'm sure you'll be luckier next time

    Cool shots, particularly number... I don't know. Can't count that far
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    Out for a walk in cloudy, rainy Singapore today. Good for b&w and for trying out C1 properly after 15 years with PS. Getting my feet wet in more than one way

    GH1 with PanaLeica 14-50mm f/2.8-3.5 @ 14mm and f/5.6

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    Wow man! That's way cool! And Hey! There's a giant banana on top of those buildings!

    Seriously cool tho! I think I could spend an entire weekend shooting that structure and never even get bored!


    This is processed with C1 as well:




    Voigtlander_Nokton_Asph_50mm_f1.5 @ F/2.4


    Seems like we'r traveling in similar directions - even if in different countries.

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    Excelent drops of water
    And that BW banana architecture

    Few more from me, July 2010
    G2, 7-14mm @ 7



    Best Regards!

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    That top one came out neat! With the trash bin in the BG turning out speckled too it almost looks like someone emptied a 50lbs sack of flour from overhead or something.

    Neat effect!

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    Same place, after dark, different perspective.

    GH1 with PanaLeica 14-50mm f/2.8-3.5 @ 17mm, f/8 and 13s

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    GH2 with the 25mm Leica f/1.4
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    Thanks Tesselator for comments, Jorgen - I want to be there!!!
    Jim, what a mood

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    G2, 7-14mm @ 9mm




    G2, 7-14mm @ 12mm




    G2, 7-14mm @ 14mm

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    The second one is lovely, Jerry

    My GH1 died today. Won't power on

    Where is that E-M5 when I need it
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    Frozen Alster
    And thousands of visitors used the chance to walk over the river Alster. The last time river Alster was frozen was 15 years ago.



    Olympus E-P3, M. Zuiko 12 mm, noNR
    ISO400 @ f6.4, 1/250 second, 12 mm focal length
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    Too many images on this page to single out - just to say, the quality of work here is outstanding!

    Well done folks, thanks for sharing...

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    Just playing with the camera and lens, this was manual focus, f1.4 at 1/60sec.
    OOC jpeg, default everything as I know no better.

    The pencil looked sharper in Aperture.
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    Panasonic GX-1 20mm pancake

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    Excellent, Klaus

    Very good, ReeRay, a genuine Thai smile for a change
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    Oh, you are going to push me over the edge for sure LOL. Very nice shot and I love this lens on m4/3ds.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Radcliffe View Post
    GH2 with the 25mm Leica f/1.4

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    Thanks Jorgen!
    Klaus, Ree - great photos!

    Ree,
    in fact I am looking and looking at the portrait and smile on my face appears all the time

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    G1, 20mm f/1.7 @ 5.6




    G2, 7-14mm @ 10mm




    G2, 7-14mm @ 7mm



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    when m4/3 is better than MFDB

    Cher Forum;

    I was out on the workshop waiting to get into the van when a B2 and escort flew over. At that time, I had two cameras with me, a Cambo with IQ180 that Capture Integration very kindly loaned me, and my Pany G3. I ran to the bag, got out the G3, mounted the 100-300 and popped off a few frames. A bit later in the day, we were getting gas, and they flew over again. I got this shot.



    In this very specific case, the G3 was the much better camera for this task than the IQ180 + Cambo. As the English say horses for courses.

    Other than crop, there is no post processing done on this photo!

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    Great shot Dave. The capture is perfect and it really shows how close the escort plane was to the B2. I know we were all staring in awe while we waited our van ride to our shooting location that day. If I'm not mistaken, we were headed to the Kilns.
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    Thanks Dave for sharing, last part, July 2010
    G2, 7-14mm @ 7mm




    G1, 20mm f/1.7 @ 5.6








    G2, 7-14mm @ 7mm




    G1, 20mm f/1.7 @ 5.6



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    I like #2 and #5.... Nice

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeterB666 View Post
    Lovely light and mood here.
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    A few shots from a recent walk in Tokyo trying to find beauty in the mundane.

    GF1 and 20mm


    GF1 and 20mm


    GF1 and 14-42PZ at 19mm
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    Hehe, looks just like Nagoya! X-/

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    Lifestream:



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    Nice, Raist
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    Thanks. Here's two more - "playing around"








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    Cool, I like these Ricardo...

    Thanks for sharing

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    Outerspace:



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    Quote Originally Posted by raist3d View Post
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    Really like this one! Congrats!

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    Quote Originally Posted by raist3d View Post
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    Wow, best I've seen!

    Take care with the printing... gallery worthy.

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    Wow, the fun goes on

    I see 1 of my links is broken, G1, 20mm f/1.7 @ 5.6:




    and last one from that day, G1, 45mm f/2.8 @ 8




    August 2010, G1, 20mm f/1.7 @ 8




    G1, 45mm f/2.8 @ 2.8




    G1, 45mm f/2.8 @ 5.6

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    G3 with 45/2.8 Macro-Elmarit:
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    G3 with 25/1.4 Summilux:
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    Nice Roy.....you're really capturing some subtle textures with those two lenses.

    How are you liking the G3?

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    Great Roy,

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



    Best Regards!

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    when you don't know where to start, start by copying old master's


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