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    E-M5 with kit lens[IMG]
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    P4090047-Edit-Edit by teera_ash, on Flickr[/IMG]
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    Meet Kermit, the green frog in our garden pond







    GH2 with Micro-Nikkor 200/4 IF

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    Raf, great shots but the subject matter would have sent my wife and daughter scurrying for the hills!
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    Vincent Black Shadow

    Hard on the power in Main St

    Lobethal Carnival, Australian Grand Prix Re-enactment




    Olympus E3, 1/250, ISO 100
    Zuiko 14-54, 45mm, f/5.6
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    Not HDR:










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    1933 MG J2 Supercharged

    Lobethal Carnival, Australian Grand Prix Re-enactment



    Olympus E3, 1/160th sec, ISO 100
    Zuiko 11-22, f/4.5

    pre race in the pits
    Crew Chief (Dorothy) insists the MG's beret wearing pilot (John) takes a blanket with him for the next race while mechanic gives last minute instructions.
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    1933 MG J2 Supercharged

    Lobethal Carnival, Australian Grand Prix Re-enactment



    Olympus E3, 1/160th sec, ISO 100
    Zuiko 11-22, f/4.5

    pre race in the pits
    Crew Chief (Dorothy) insists the MG's beret wearing pilot (John) takes a blanket with him for the next race while mechanic gives last minute instructions.
    Nice, looks like an old picture.
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    it is, ........ well if 2008 is old...

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    My new home ... unfortunately NOT.

    Sorry for the burnt sky - it was a rainy day.






    Olympus E-PL2 + Panasonic 20mm

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    G1, 45mm f/2.8 @ 2.8




    G1, 7-14mm @ 7mm





    G1, 7-14mm @ 14mm
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    It is OK
    So who cares what she did ? She is the samurai´s wife !



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    MG Roadster
    Lobethal Carnival, Australian Grand Prix Re-enactment



    Olympus E3, 1/100th sec, ISO 100
    Konica Hexanon 57/1.2, Aperture Unknown
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    After all...
    She could relax and fell asleep, sweet dreams and memories in her head.
    From the series "The Samurai´s wife"




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    Wake up
    He is home again. Standing in front of her. Her eyes full of love for him. She, still holding her deadly tool, shy, hiding from his asking eyes.



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    I wish my wife would wake up looking like that...LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tullio View Post
    I wish my wife would wake up looking like that...LOL
    ... with a sharp 20 cm long razor sharp knife in her hands ??? LOL
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    Humm...it sounds like one of those James Bond affairs...risking his life with a spy!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by kweide View Post
    ... with a sharp 20 cm long razor sharp knife in her hands ??? LOL
    As noted by the man who has a santuko knife as his avatar...

    "Is that a tanto knife or are you just happy to see me?"
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    September 2010
    G1, 45mm f/2.8 @ 2.8



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    ... and the sun shines again
    Gently touching her back, warm and intense, surrounding her with a golden touch.



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    The Institution



    Olympus E5, 1/250, ISO100+200+400
    Zuiko ZD 7-14/4, 9mm f/10
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    Princess Daidiri...
    She dropped in without announcement, said :"I can do it even better". Now she is my connection to the outer stars. From time to time, she appears ...



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    Who caught the eclipse? I didn't have a strong enough filter but I got about half the movement while there were clouds covering it. Unfortunately when the eclipse was centered was about one minute AFTER the clouds moved off. Lame clouds! Pfffff...

    Here's the few I got:












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    G2, 20mm f/1.7 @ 2.2




    G2, 20mm f/1.7 @ 2.8

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    hey everyone

    just got my first m43 camera this morning. i was looking for a less conspicuous camera, and a buddy of mine tipped me off on a fantastic deal on an EPL-1 + 14-42 kit. i couldn't resist.

    so far...i'm kinda smitten. the handling and menus aren't nearly as clunky as you'd believe reading reviews. and the IS is AMAZING! i was photographing dinner for a review, and was able to knock ISO down to 800 and shoot at 1/30 without worrying. and even took a shot of the sign on the door outside about walk-in wait times at 1/5 and it's perfectly steady. noise at high ISO isn't bad either...it's not my d700...but that's not it's raison d'etre either. so, totally impressed. sure, the kit lens has distortion, and is slow...but that's what M->m43 adapters are for.

    here's the snap with the walk-in times:



    nothing special. but it shows noise under control, reasonable dynamic range, and the capabilities of the IS. and yes...it's THAT Lotus of Siam...if you're a foodie, or a huge fan of Thai food, and have heard of it.

    gonna definitely be around these parts more.
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    Let's continue the fun
    September 2010


    G1, 45mm f/2.8 @ 4.0




    G1, 45mm f/2.8 @ 2.8

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    obligatory cat photos. this is my best friend's roommate's cat. his name is pudgy...i typically call him chubbo. lol (i can never remember pudgy). the cats love me though. <3







    all at ISO 800, processed in LR3.
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    Sweet cat ;-)

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    G1, 7-14mm @ 14mm




    G1, 7-14mm @ 7mm

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    G1, 7-14mm @ 13mm




    G1, 7-14mm @ 7mm




    G1, 7-14mm @ 10mm




    G1, 7-14mm @ 7mm



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    Homestead




    Olympus E5: 1 sec ISO 100 200 400
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    ISO Bracket Merged in Oloneo
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    I too am experiencing OM-D lust. But since I don't have one, I took my G1 to the local beach today:

    Kite Fight (with 14-45):

    Kite fight by peter.a.klein (Boulanger-Croissant), on Flickr

    Wild Rose (with OM 50/3.5 Macro):

    Wild Rose by peter.a.klein (Boulanger-Croissant), on Flickr

    Kelp Sundae (with 14-45):
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    Kelp Sundae by peter.a.klein (Boulanger-Croissant), on Flickr>

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    cool Lady
    Our chinese crested Lady, Coco, now adult. Here she worked as paid model for my new OM-D camera. Her payment: food



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    My new [used] G3 arrived today, replacing a GF1 which went for a walk about a year ago. Made some test shots in the backyard before it got too dark with the kit lens (will be gone as soon as the P12–35 is available).

    Water sport



    Panasonic G3 | iso160 | 34mm | 1/800th @ f5.2 | Capture One


    All the leaves are brown …



    Panasonic G3 | iso160 | 42mm | 1/200th @ f5.6 | Capture One
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    France, Strasbourg Cathedral with OM-D. (B+W versions in the B+W thread)


    P5150161ra von Karl-H.Friedrichs auf Flickr


    P5150138ra von Karl-H.Friedrichs auf Flickr
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    Jaguar D Type, Le Man



    Olympus E3, 1/4000 sec, ISO100
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    Variations ON a Theme, part of a job I'm doing for a company in Florida, hope you enjoy them.
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    G1, 7-14mm @ 7mm







    * Car on the 1st photo is not the same as on 2nd and 3rd.
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    E-1 image the old fashioned way

    I engaged the Manfrotto stabilizer on the E-1 and it was rock solid.

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    GHOST



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    G1, 7-14mm @ 14mm




    G1, 7-14mm @ 7mm

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    Bentley 4 1/2 Litre Supercharged at speed

    Lobethal Carnival, Australian Grand Prix Re-enactment



    Olympus E3 1/125, ISO100
    Olympus Zuiko 11-22, 22mm, f/3.5
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    EPL1 + nippon kogaku 5cm f/2, wide open. cropped, but otherwise untouched raw file.


    EPL1 + nippon kogaku 5cm f/2, wide open. untouched raw file.


    EPL1 + Leica 90/2.8 tele-elmarit (canada) @ f/2.8. minor adjustments in LR.
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    G1, 7-14mm @ 14mm




    G1, 7-14mm @ 10mm




    G1, 45mm @ f/2.8

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    Alfa Romeo P6
    Lobethal Carnival Australian Grand Prix Re-enactment



    Olympus E3, 1/200. ISO 100
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    G2, 20mm f/1.7 @ 1.7

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    Riley,

    Thanks for the memories - Ecurie Ecosse - haven't seem that name in a long time. From those distant days when a Scottish racing team working out of a small Mews Garage, competed (and won) against the world's best at Le Mans.

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