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Old 9th February 2012   #5251
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July 2010
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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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G2, 45mm f2/.8 @ 4




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

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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.

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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...

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Tom, thanks for sharing

One idea comes to my mind, as an experiment - I would try to crop that photo in 16:9.
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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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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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That's a lovely shot, Tom. Where exactly was it taken? That looks like an old riverboat.

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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
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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 @ 12mm




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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
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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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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.

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Thanks Jorgen!
Klaus, Ree - great photos!

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

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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




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


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Hehe, looks just like Nagoya! X-/
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Thanks. Here's two more - "playing around"








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Cool, I like these Ricardo...

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Really like this one! Congrats!

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Old 20th February 2012   #5294
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Wow, best I've seen!

Take care with the printing... gallery worthy.

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Old 20th February 2012   #5295
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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,

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

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