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    La dolce vita



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    Waiting for a train



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    Ficus (the usual suspect)



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    Hi there Ian,

    wished my indoor ficus was looking like those !

    All the best.
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    … wished my indoor ficus was looking like those!
    Must be all the CO and CO2 from the adjacent car park! [cough]
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    Sunday at the Gilbert Street pub



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    The headless percussionist



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    GH3 and Leica 15mm, yo philly fo shizzle!!!


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    Gallery opening



    Anne does not like being photographed!

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    Winter cloudscape #1


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    Winter cloudscape #2


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    Lightsabre in the rain


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    Political primaries?







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    They work wonderfully well, Paul !
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    Lightsabre in the rain


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    It seems Luke took the bus too ...
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    A dash of colour:

    K?


    A splash of red:


    GX7 + 20mm, somewhere in Melbourne.
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    Meeces


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    A slice of nice sourdough rye left in the toaster overnight. [munch munch munch] This is a focus-bracketed combo of two pictures—the blackened tip stands out well against the defocused background.
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    Lost in the groove


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    Tim Bowen, lost in the groove. From an Adelaide jazz gig on 14th August 2015, layered with a sepia version in Pixelmator.
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    This is a nice catch ! I prefer this version to the BW one, it has more punch and the sepia layer adds an interesting touch.

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    Lost in the groove


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    Tim Bowen, lost in the groove. From an Adelaide jazz gig on 14th August 2015, layered with a sepia version in Pixelmator.
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    _8270168 by JULIAN de Courcy, on Flickr





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    Quote Originally Posted by Annna T View Post
    This is a nice catch ! I prefer this version to the BW one, it has more punch and the sepia layer adds an interesting touch.
    One nice thing about it is that you can see Tim’s concentration and the sweat on his brow. It was hot, though—a lot of people in a small venue!

    But I still like the mono shot because of its delicacy over most of the frame, with the headstock showing more contrast.
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    No mail


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    Olympus E-M5
    OLYMPUS M.75mm F1.8
    ƒ/4.0 75.0 mm 1/250 iso200


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    Gleeson Street


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    Footballers in the tree


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    Meeces


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    A slice of nice sourdough rye left in the toaster overnight. [munch munch munch] This is a focus-bracketed combo of two pictures—the blackened tip stands out well against the defocused background.
    Used to catch meeces on my balcony.
    Had some very sensitive traps - hand polished and tuned to perfection set with some peanut butter and strawberry jam.
    I like to think they've got a bit of a sweet tooth, you know.
    Anyway, the meeces only needed to move a whisker and - BANG
    Unfortunately, I've caught as many times my own fingers as I've caught meeces ...
    But the highlight of my dodgy career must have been that beautiful morning when I found two meeces in one trap !
    Those were the days ...

    Take care they don't start nibbling at you, Ian
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    John at lunch in Chinatown


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    Daws Road


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    Street tree


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    Succulent 1


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    Spring leaf and rosemary


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    Two in the air


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    Castle Plaza bus stop


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    Client gets in the way


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    The second courtyard


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    The front room as office


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    And you just shot him ...
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    And you just shot him ...
    No no no—he hasn’t paid the bill yet!
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    Important Australian cultural and musical reference! And this is something I had never seen until today! Ah, Google!
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    Important Australian cultural and musical reference! And this is something I had never seen until today! Ah, Google!
    Yeah little Roo, those were the days ...
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    Credit union


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    Is this some kind of money laundry run by the police ...
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    Some initial shots from my recently acquired GX-8 and 12-35/2.8










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    Some initial shots from my recently acquired GX-8 and 12-35/2.8
    These files are looking good, Louis.
    How's the GX8 ?

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    These files are looking good, Louis.
    How's the GX8 ?

    Kind regards.
    The headlines would be: +ve handling, which great, -ve too noisy above iso 1600.

    It is capable of some very good results - this is iso400, 12mm f8 1/50. I've photographed this cherub a few times with my Sony A7 series and my Sigma DP3M but this is the best and most natural shading I have achieved so far (also with the 12-35mm). It also demonstrates the OIS and IBIS maintains sharpness at lower speeds.



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    The headlines would be: +ve handling, which great, -ve too noisy above iso 1600.
    Thanks Louis. Frankly, I very much doubt if any current m43 camera is any good above 1600.
    How do you like that hinged LCD ?

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    Thanks Louis. Frankly, I very much doubt if any current m43 camera is any good above 1600.
    How do you like that hinged LCD ?

    Kind regards.
    I don't want to appear too effusive after only a few days use but the GX-8 is a very satisfying camera to use. You can see how the tie-in with Leica has worked in both directions. I'll write a review when I have more time.

    The hinged LCD is still the best design, imho. But it still looks very 'consumer' which is why I don't think Sony or other makers will ever go for it on high end cameras. The touch screen is very useful. I have it on my Leica Q but somehow it is easier to understand use on the GX-8. The clarity of the LCD display and the viewfinder are excellent - easily as good as my A7S and Leica Q.

    This is a very nice camera at a good price. They will never be able to fix this high iso noise because of the sensor size but it seems a shame they did not offer it without an AA filter (or perhaps a variable one which will probably be the norm from now on).

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    A couple more from a visit to the newly opened 'gas collector' park in the King's Cross redevelopment next to the Regent's Canal in London. The collector in question formed the iconic industrial landscape of King's Cross and it was decided to take them apart and then re-erect them on the tow path - one as a park and the other two as exoskeletons for circular apartment buildings.

    If anything the sun was too strong yesterday which made photography difficult.

    "Industry" - the collector, the Regent's Canal and a train on the revitalised 'Midland Railway' tracks into St Pancras.



    "Inside the Collector" - in the background on the railway tracks is Eurostar train on its way to St Pancras.

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    Still having fun roaming around with the GX-8 and 12-35.

    There was an open day at the Kentish Town lock on the Regent's Canal in London today to let the public see the drained lock and the new gates which have been installed. An usual opportunity to get right down into a Victorian/Edwardian lock construction.

    Mostly, I shot with the zoom wide open at 12mm


    No problem brings your dogs along, as well!


    A good example of the 35mm end of the lens which seems very sharp.


    Looking back as I was leaving to the road over the canal and a well placed new Routemaster bus.


    As you can see from the photographs, sadly this area of the canal seems to invite retards with spray cans to express themselves, which is a real shame. The work has been incredibly disruptive to the drug gangs who deal on this spot, as well. Just in case you are visiting London, give Camden Lock a miss!
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