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    I can't see last photo

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    GH2 with 45-200

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    Just got back from New Orleans and a week of Mardi Gras and dining on Po Boys and Beignets... spent a lot of time in the Quarter and in various graveyards in New Orleans.
    Here is one of the first I have worked on. Hope to have enough tomb shots to finally publish my book this year. Shot with the GH2 and the 14-45mm: ISO 800 f/4.5

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    Jim I am heading there Thursday with the 645D and Panny GH2 in hand - any suggestions? And where are the pictures of the naked girls from Carnival?
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    Jim I am heading there Thursday with the 645D and Panny GH2 in hand - any suggestions? And where are the pictures of the naked girls from Carnival?
    Check out St. Louis No. 1 & 2... Also the Greenwood Cemetery. Get up before dawn and wait for the light.. we were in them by 6am and if you are lucky the tombs will glow with morning light.

    As for the naked girls.... I have a few but they are for a group of guys I was doing some photography for.
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    Two of my favorites from the Tombs...

    This was shot from the window of the tomb looking inside. The iron gates were locked with a chain but the window was open.. allowing me to get this shot. If any of you visit some of the fine art photo galleries in New Orleans you will see this shot taken by more than a few photographers.

    The blue is from the blue stained glass window on the side of the tomb. I like both the color and B&W but tend to think the B&W is the better of the two.

    Taken with the GH2 and the 7-14mm: 1/60s ISO 200 f/5



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    Both are eye catching, I also prefer B&W

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    Shot with the GH2 and the 14-45mm: ISO 800 f/4.5








    Taken with the GH2 and the 7-14mm: 1/60s ISO 200 f/5







    WoW Jim! Awesome images! Striking, Impactive, Pleasing, Balanced!

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    Here is one of many shots I took in New Orleans. This one was taken from the east bank of the Mississippi in Old Algiers. GH2 ISO 1600 F/1.4 1/50s Panasonic 25mm

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    Compressed lines:



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    Jim, did you have to go through a location release for the tombstone shots? Thanks.

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    Re: Two of my favorites from the Tombs...

    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Radcliffe View Post
    This was shot from the window of the tomb looking inside. The iron gates were locked with a chain but the window was open.. allowing me to get this shot. If any of you visit some of the fine art photo galleries in New Orleans you will see this shot taken by more than a few photographers.

    The blue is from the blue stained glass window on the side of the tomb. I like both the color and B&W but tend to think the B&W is the better of the two.

    Taken with the GH2 and the 7-14mm: 1/60s ISO 200 f/5

    Jim, I much prefer this one... much more distinctive and unusual.

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    GH2 with Panasonic 20/1.7

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    Jim, did you have to go through a location release for the tombstone shots? Thanks.

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    No, just drove into the cemeteries and began shooting.
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    It was really a pleasure to take part in The Death Valley Workshop with Jack and Guy and other talented photographers. I would like to thank all of them. Finally I got a chance to assembled some of my pictures.
    They are all taken with Lumix G1 and 14-45 Kit lens. All pictures are stitched.
    C&C is appreciated.

    Dante’s view. 1x10



    Sunrise.2x4



    Sand Dune_01. 2x6



    Sand Dune_02. 2x4



    Sand fall. 1x3



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    Manouch.

    It was nice to meet you in DV. I really like the different interpretations and scenery you captured in Dune 2 + sand fall . Very nice images and well seen and nicely captured.
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    Manouch,
    great pictures indeed!

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    Some fun with my GF1 + 9-18mm in Telluride, CO:

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    The dog is OK !
    We had so much fun taking those pictures. Coco, the chinese crested lady, a power-dog ..







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    A panorama taken from Waterloo Bridge in London...GF1 and 20mm f1.7.

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    So many great photos, time to start clicking "Like"

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    Very nice yellow/blues in that bird.

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    I really like the sequence of dog + woman doing the portraits.

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    Few more, August 2010
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    G2, 20mm f/1.7 @ 11




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    G2, 20mm f/1.7 @ 2.8




    G2, 20mm f/1.8 @ 2




    G2, 20mm f/1.7 @ 2.8

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    These are nice, Jerry, particularly the last one.
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    Thank you Jorgen

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    Thank you Jorgen

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    Cool portrait Jerry

    Thanks for sharing, keep it up!

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    Thanks Brian

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    G1+elmarit r 35., full open

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    Sergio, your photo forces to stop for a moment!

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    Thanks for stopping, Jerry.
    (are these fine shots taken in Sicily?)
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    Finally added a GH2 Section to Boxed Light

    Finally had the time to add a long overdue GH2 section to my website. Here's a few samples of what you will see there. Shots were taken with the GH2 and the 25, 14-45 and the 7-14mm during my recent trip to New Orleans.

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    Lovely work Jim. Special light there... well captured.

    Thanks for sharing

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Mosley View Post
    Lovely work Jim. Special light there... well captured.

    Thanks for sharing

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    Brian, thanks... I always get up before sunrise when in New Orleans.. the streets are usually somewhat deserted and the morning light is good... plus, I don't have to wait in line at Cafe Du Monde!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Mosley View Post
    Lovely work Jim. Special light there... well captured.

    Thanks for sharing

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    [IMG] Abstract rock formation by Ray Evans1, on Flickr[/IMG]
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    One more from the graveyard..

    This is one of the most unique tombs I have ever seen. I was up before dawn with a friend who was experimenting with painting with light and long exposures. I was having no luck with PWL so I waited until the light began to break and took this shot.

    This is a RAW shot processed and combined three different times. Once for the sky, once for the ground and once for the tomb itself.. then layered, all in Photoshop CS5. I suppose you could call it HDR the hard way. Photo was taken with the GH2 and the 14-45mm. ISO 160 14mm 1/800 f/4.0. The high shutter speed was used to make sure I did not blow out the sky. I am very impressed with what can be pulled from the RAW files of the GH2.

    I know this is not everyone's cup of tea but I enjoy experimenting with my cameras and in post work.

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    Well, nothing very special here - but I need to start -
    The weather has been dreadfully grey and drab, but an evening walk to the pub is always a good thing . .. even if it's not so fine for photography:


    GX1 with power zoom 14-42

    However, it's always good when you get there:



    GX1 with power zoom 14-42

    Back in the kitchen - let's try some other lenses


    GX1 with Nocti


    GX1 with Nocti

    I'm not sure that the dog's impressed

    GX1 with Nocti

    Time for a glass of wine

    GX1 with Nocti

    Okay - we've managed the pub . . . where shall we go next?


    GX1 with 75 summicron

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    Hi ya'll. I've acquired 2 new lenses since my last post; the Pan 20mm and Oly 45. I love them both, but the 45 really is my favorite.



    Birds at sunset by juliedanurse, on Flickr


    I see KU by juliedanurse, on Flickr

    Used the 45 on this, at night, f1.8

    Drummer by juliedanurse, on Flickr

    This was shot with the 20mm, f1.7, lighting was a floor lamp.

    Exhausted by juliedanurse, on Flickr

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Well, nothing very special here - but I need to start -
    The weather has been dreadfully grey and drab, but an evening walk to the pub is always a good thing . .. even if it's not so fine for photography:
    Looks good, nice colors and tones!
    Jono, I am glad there is someone who is even worse than me not being able to resist to buy new toys over and over Thank you!!!

    Even though from a size/IQ point of view this camera with the small power zoom makes a whole lot of sense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by t_streng View Post
    Looks good, nice colors and tones!
    Jono, I am glad there is someone who is even worse than me not being able to resist to buy new toys over and over Thank you!!!

    Even though from a size/IQ point of view this camera with the small power zoom makes a whole lot of sense.
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    1. much much better low light focusing
    2. missing focus peaking (but I won't really use it with M lenses - just playing)
    3. high ISO is very good (I can't compare really)
    4. little zoom seems okay - and it is little

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    Hi ya'll. I've acquired 2 new lenses since my last post; the Pan 20mm and Oly 45. I love them both, but the 45 really is my favorite.
    Nice.

    I would get a bit closer to the (street) subjects and try the 20/1.7 as well.

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