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    After the battle



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    Quote Originally Posted by Craftysnapper View Post
    Blue Tit perched in Twisted Willow

    E-M5 & 75-300

    Gorgeous little bird and well captured, Paul !

    Kind regards.
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    +1 Excellent!
    With best regards, K-H.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    National Tulip Day Amsterdam: Dam square mirrored in a Sousaphone

    Thanks Bart.
    Simply wonderful!
    With best regards, K-H.
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    in the morning....

    e-p5 + nocticron 42.5mm 1.2
    Leica M240, Sony RX1R, Fuji X-Pro2, Sony RX100 IV, Voigtländer Super-Wide Heliar 15mm 4.5 III, Zeiss Biogon 28mm 2.8, Voigtländer Ultron Asph. 35mm 1.7, Leica Summilux-M 50mm 1.4 Asph., Leica Summarit-M 90mm 2.5, Fuji XF 35mm 2.0 WR, Fuji XF 18-55mm 2.8-4.0
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    E-P1 + 17/2.8 Zuiko:
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    Last chance to see? E-P1 + 17/2.8 Zuiko.
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    this one 62 ...

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    Bokeh investigation



    Lumix G3/50mm Zuiko macro 1/640 f2

    This 4/3 lens does not do autofocus at all well on the leetle m4/3, so MF is mandatory; I managed to focus *between* the rainwater tank and the young woman in the salmon top. Duh!

    The background has been selectively softened in areas of high tonal contrast, via a layer in C1 with Clarity and Structure both set at –100.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mediumcool View Post
    Bokeh investigation
    ...
    Lumix G3/50mm Zuiko macro 1/640 f2

    This 4/3 lens does not do autofocus at all well on the leetle m4/3, so MF is mandatory; I managed to focus *between* the rainwater tank and the young woman in the salmon top. Duh! ..
    Nice shot. A little more manual focus practice and you'll be nailing it on the money every time. :-)

    The ZD 50 is a macro without a focus range limiter, so when it misses it can rack all the way out, then back in, etc. This is why when I re-invested myself into mFT cameras and went to choose between the ZD 50/2 and Macro-Elmarit 45/2.8, I chose the latter: the ME45 is much faster operating overall and the limiter helps a lot. Didn't hurt that it also does 1:1 and the focusing is internal so you never have to adjust a macro setup to accommodate the extra lens length.

    Panasonic never put as much effort into AF with the FT SLR lenses as Olympus, they didn't have the lens investiture or user-base that Olympus did when they switched; the G1 wouldn't focus most of them at all. The ZD 50 is a wonderful lens, though, and focuses very nicely with the E-M1 and E-PL7 bodies, albeit a bit more slowly on the latter. I nearly bought another one of these lenses, but thought better of it since I have the ME45 (and ZD 35 Macro!) already.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post
    Nice shot. A little more manual focus practice and you'll be nailing it on the money every time. :-)
    Here are some manually-focused 50/2 shots which I prepared earlier:

    http://www.getdpi.com/forum/619192-post6166.html
    http://www.getdpi.com/forum/618965-post6164.html
    http://www.getdpi.com/forum/618964-post6163.html
    http://www.getdpi.com/forum/618835-post6160.html
    http://www.getdpi.com/forum/618585-post6149.html
    http://www.getdpi.com/forum/618815-post6158.html



    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post
    The ZD 50 is a macro without a focus range limiter, so when it misses it can rack all the way out, then back in, etc.
    Indeed.

    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post
    This is why when I re-invested myself into mFT cameras and went to choose between the ZD 50/2 and Macro-Elmarit 45/2.8 …
    I thought long and hard about the relative merits of the 50/2 and the 45/1.8, knowing that the 45mm would autofocus with no problems—there was no opportunity to test a 50/2 with the G3; the Macro-Elmarit 45mm was never a contender due to price and its one-stop smaller maximum aperture.

    Next acquisition is a 11–22 Zuiko, followed by a 50–200; these both autofocus quite acceptably on the G3, and probably a little better with the soon-to-be-acquired E-M5. Pentax kit will be sold!

    IG
    Last edited by mediumcool; 9th February 2015 at 08:58. Reason: Replaced “with” with “on”. Removed stray asterisk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mediumcool View Post
    Here are some manually-focused 50/2 shots which I prepared earlier:
    {...}

    I thought long and hard about the relative merits of the 50/2 and the 45/1.8, knowing that the 45mm would autofocus with no problems—there was no opportunity to test a 50/2 with the G3; the Macro-Elmarit 45mm was never a contender due to price and its one-stop smaller maximum aperture.

    Next acquisition is a 11–22 Zuiko, followed by a 50–200; these both autofocus quite acceptably on the G3, and probably a little better with the soon-to-be-acquired E-M5. Pentax kit will be sold!
    Photos look good! :-)

    Regards f/2.8 vs f/1.8-2 ... I'd had the ME45 on a long-term loan back when I had the G1 and GF1 bodies. I loved it then. When I reinvested, the 45/1.8 was available, the Nocticron had been announced, the Voigtländer 42/0.95 was available, and of course the lovely ZD 50/2 is still available.

    I chose go with the 45 over the 50 (the others weren't contenders for various reasons) due to my former experience with it. Despite being f/2.8, it's 100% useable wide open and gives me enough focus zone control. The ZD 50 doesn't match its performance until stopped down to f/2.8-f/4, and is much larger and heavier.

    A little set I did using just the 45 and the G1 in 2009:
    https://flic.kr/s/aHsjpPLV11

    ZD 11-22 and 50-200 ... You're pretty much replicating my FT lens kit. The 11-22 is a particularly sweet lens, one of my absolute favorites. I have the 50-200 too, but find it too large and heavy to carry most of the time. Both work great with the E-M1, but they're too large for best handling with the E-PL7.

    I recently bought the very inexpensive M.Zuiko 40-150/4-5.6 R to have something small and light. Despite being a trifle slow, it proves to be an excellent performer.


    Olympus E-PL7 + M.Zuiko 40-150mm f/4-5.6
    ISO 800 @ f/5 @ 1/100 @ 40mm

    enjoy!
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    Late-summer shoots



    Lumix G3/20mm f1.7
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    Olympus E-PL7 + Body Cap Lens 9mm f/8 Fish-eye
    ISO 200 @ f/8 @ 1/200

    Enjoying this minute full-frame fisheye lens. Fun stuff! :-)

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    Olympus E-PL7 + Body Cap Lens 9mm f/8 Fish-eye
    ISO 200 @ f/8 @ 1/125

    The image stabilization in these current Olympus bodies as well as the extended dynamic range of the current sensors makes even an f/8 lens quite versatile.

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    Olympus E-M1
    The family came to stay


    45 f1.8


    45 f1.8


    45 f1.8


    40-150 zoom

    Just this guy you know
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    Going wide with the Kowa 8.5/2.8 on EM-1.

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    Pauline the Possum with pot, having finished her mango. E-P5 with Zuiko 50mm2.0
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    EM-5


    SHELLS by Julian de Courcy, on Flickr


    SHELLS by Julian de Courcy, on Flickr
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    E-P1, remember those? Not a small pumpkin, but from our garden.

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    Bart ...
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    Pizza



    Lumix G3/Zuiko 50mm macro f2 at 1/100
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    Took my walk on Saturday with the two lightweight zooms and the E-PL7...


    Olympus E-PL7 + M.Zuiko 40-150mm f/4-5.6 R
    ISO 200 @ f/5.2 @ 1/320 @ 111mm




    Olympus E-PL7 + M.Zuiko 14-42mm f/3.5-5.6 EZ
    ISO 2500 @ f/8 @ 1/30 @ 14mm

    enjoy!

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    Love the bike shot!
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    Found a new model for my Oly 60mm 2.8 on E-M1

    Fly on pink

    JPG processed from RAW in camera.
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    Jess



    Early shot in the backyard with new Olympus E-M5. Works well with two of my 4/3 lenses (50 and 14–54—not so good with the 40–150/3.5).
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    Steel works ...



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    At least one had some fun ...

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    The mandatory cat pic, with E-M1 and the 4/3 40-150 zoom
    Looks like a good combo to me, focusing is precise, fast, and little hunting ...



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    BIF w/ CAF ...

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    Bunches



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    (must visit this suburban vineyard again with my 50mm f2 macro)
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    The longest lunch



    6:50pm. I was at my friend’s photographic studio to:

    (a) install Abobe Camera RAW and

    (b) get the ADSL working.

    We got (a) done.

    Olympus E-M5 with 14–54 iso800 1/13 f2.8
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    First of four performance pix



    Adelaide Fringe Festival gig by Zkye at The Wheatsheaf Hotel, Thebarton, South Australia

    As shot: first of four posts showing RAW processing options in Capture One: AutoWB isn’t all that great in this lighting situation!

    (Olympus E-M5 50mm macro @ iso2000 1/250 f2)
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    Colour-corrected



    … to my taste, at least. The .ORF files have a lot of meat in them!
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    Cropped and blurred



    Damo’s shirt pattern was a bit distracting (wide-open at f2, but he still wasn’t blurred enough). I used an adjustment layer, and turned down Clarity and Structure (Clarity tab) to –100; BG lights were included too. Also cropped out much of his shirt.
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    Cropped even tighter



    Final crop; printable to 20" high with a bit of work; pretty good for an M43 camera at a high-ish ISO, I reckon. Could have removed all traces of Damo with a bit of stamping, poor guy …
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    A bit of spring weather ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    A bit of spring weather ...

    I've given up on any chance of spring and just waiting for summer.
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    At the bus interchange, Marion



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    Deadly, beautiful



    Olympus E-M5 Zuiko 50mm 1/800 f/2.5 iso500 [two frames used for focus-stacking]

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    Live music



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    More live music; the band



    Olympus E-M5 w/20mm Lumix iso1600 1/125 f1.7

    I will post a third shot on the B+W thread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mediumcool View Post
    More live music; the band



    Olympus E-M5 w/20mm Lumix iso1600 1/125 f1.7

    I will post a third shot on the B+W thread.
    For your info : none of your last pictures are showing up on my iPad : there is a blue square containing an interrogation mark instead. As if the picture wasn't found, or may be the access is restricted. The same is occuring in the other BW thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Annna T View Post
    … none of your last pictures are showing up on my iPad …
    Thanks for that, but how many is last?

    Seriously, I have been doing what I usually do, linking directly to the image folder at MLKSHK, a site where I usually post my pix first.

    Try these to see if they load (they do on my iMac):
    http://s.mlkshk.com/r/137NK
    http://s.mlkshk.com/r/137NN
    http://s.mlkshk.com/r/137NG

    The S sub-domain may be new; I will have to check back to older posts.

    FWIW, you can see my stuff at mediumcool's shake
    Click through to see the full-size shots (900px high).

    ANYONE ELSE HAVE A PROBLEM WITH VIEWING? OR DO YOU JUST FIND THEM BORING AS?

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    Apartments



    Adelaide, South Australia
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    Quote Originally Posted by Annna T View Post
    For your info : none of your last pictures are showing up on my iPad : there is a blue square containing an interrogation mark instead. As if the picture wasn't found, or may be the access is restricted. The same is occuring in the other BW thread.
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