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    Jason and Erin Holding Hands

    This was shot right after the birth of their new daughter, Kaitlyn. It was a difficult birth for the mother, hence the prominent IV.

    The camera was a Lumix L1 with the Leica 14-50 zoom. The shot was processed in Lightroom and then in Nik Silver Efex.


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    Nice Bokeh, by the way ...

    [QUOTE=lmr;74766]Yet more fun with G1 and my old RF Screw mount Nikkor-P.C f2 8.5m Lens.
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    What make of truck do you use to carry the lens in? ;-)

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    Oooops! My Bad... Nikkor f2 8.5cm not 8.5m

    Either way.. ths lens is still heavy...

    Thank you for correcting

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    More from Sanibel - Pano 45-200 cropped as far as I could go.
    These are Roseate Spoonbills (I think).
    Had a real opportunity yesterday to photograph a Bob Cat. He spent a couple of minutes 50ft in front of us. Pulled out my camera and got the dreaded "no card in camera message" Badly prepared with no spares. C'est la vie.

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    Woodmancy, Yes, those are Roseate Spoonbills. We have lots of birds here in Florida this time of year. This Wood Stork was near my house. This is truly a face only a mother could love.
    G1 and 45-200

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    Just got my CQ FD adaptor so these are the very first shots--had to shoot what was handy LOL.

    FD 24 f/2.8
    f/don't remember for sure 1/25s ISO100 handheld If I reshot it I would change focus, but being able to use MF is such fun LOL.


    FD 50 f/1.8
    f/don't remember for sure 1/30s ISO250 handheld


    I should have made notes about settings. I'm so used to EXIF that I forgot I wouldn't have that info.

    Diane
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    Woodmancy, Yes, those are Roseate Spoonbills. We have lots of birds here in Florida this time of year. This Wood Stork was near my house. This is truly a face only a mother could love.
    G1 and 45-200
    Cindy - he's got legs to die for!

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    Re: Fun with 4/3rds cameras/ Image Thread

    diane, very nice black & whites.

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    It rained and snowed at the higher elevations here today, so I shot these quickly from my car as the rain cleared and the mountains became visible. Shot with kit lens at 45mm.
    Last edited by barjohn; 23rd August 2009 at 20:56.
    V/r John

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    Cindy - he's got legs to die for!


    ...and they fold up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post


    ...and they fold up.
    That is so funny--the fact that they fold the 'wrong' way always makes me laugh. Good catch on the two.

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    By the way, in my first picture the building you see is the old hotel Norconian. It was the in place during the roaring 20's for the Hollywood crowd, Walt Disney, and several presidents. It was the Palm Springs mecca of its day with a private lake (you can just see the top of the gazebo on the lake at the bottom of the image, a gulf coarse, a private landing strip and much more. Now it is a historical landmark but closed up because it needs renovation to meet earth quake standards and no funding has been made available. The hotel sits on a part of the original parcel that the navy sold to the state for a low security prison. The rest of the property is owned by the U.S. Navy and is a base where I work.
    V/r John

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    Those B&Ws really are great, Diane. And Cindy, I hope you help that bird back to its feet!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GDI View Post
    Those B&Ws really are great, Diane. And Cindy, I hope you help that bird back to its feet!
    Diane, I agree with Joe and GDI, your black and white conversions are superb.

    GDI, It is really something to contemplate. The storks have a lot of body to propel up, moving from that position to standing.

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    Just a simple portrait of my youngest daughter, with the G1 + 4/3rds adapter + Hexanon 57mm f1.2

    I softened this slightly using Lightzone - love the relight tool in that program.

    1/100s f/1.4 iso100


    Kind Regards

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    Brian - Lovely photograph

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    Re: Fun with 4/3rds cameras/ Image Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Mosley View Post
    Just a simple portrait of my youngest daughter, with the G1 + 4/3rds adapter + Hexanon 57mm f1.2

    I softened this slightly using Lightzone - love the relight tool in that program.

    1/100s f/1.4 iso100


    Kind Regards

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    Brian,
    This is a really lovely portrait of your daughter.
    I hope that the members of the "G1 fight club" peek in here and view this photo.
    Last edited by Cindy Flood; 10th February 2009 at 09:31.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    Brian,
    I hope that the members of the "G1 fight club" peek in here and view this photo.



    Brian -- lovely photograph, really lovely daughter!

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    shh... you are not supposed to talk about the G1 fight Club... :-)

    still looks like a nice lens...

    K

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    It rained and snowed at the higher elevations here today, so I shot these quickly from my car as the rain cleared and the mountains became visible. Shot with kit lens at 45mm.
    Spectacular view off the mountains barjohn. I have been twice to nearby Chino, but never saw these mountains as a result of the haze.

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    Brian,

    that portrait is beautiful and your daughter as well... just as mama

    See my son...
    How does she like ??? Should we arange something ???



    G1 fightersclub strikes back again ...

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    Thanks everyone, and a handsome young man too! check back in 20 years

    Kind Regards

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    20 years?... I am sure we will all still be here arguing whether the new Panasony G25 is worth the hassle of the temporal shift viewfinder that allows you to take photos of last week or whether it is better to wait for the Olympapple version.

    by that time Vivek should have perfected the adaptor to allow him to use the Hubble telescope... but will have problems focussing at anything closer than infinity or the edge of the universe.. whichever is closer

    peace and smiles

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    Here's a quick snap of just west of downtown Atlanta. The satellite dishes seen in the distance are from the technical dept of Turner Broadcasting's entertainment division. So if you are watching TNT or TBS tonight, that is where it's coming from! Kit lens, 1/320 @ f8, iso 100

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    Kweide- Very handsome son you have there.

    Mr. K men of the G1 fight club: Try it, you'll like it. I have an Oly E3, so I know where you are coming from. It is a wonderful camera, but the G1 is something special. Don't fight it.

    jklotz, Nice cityscape.

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    Cindy

    Not sure if I am the Brad Pitt or the Ed Norton of the G1 fight club... but anyway... I will sit on the sidelines till olympus show their hand. Anyway .. all the Leica glass in this house belongs to Helena Bonham Carter :-)

    Until then I am left fiddling about with my Nikkors........hold on that didnt come out right :-)

    K1

    (Klaus is K2 because he is taller)

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    Attachment 12059

    G1 - Zenitar 16mm - ISO=640

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    G1 - Zenitar 16mm - ISO=640

    Attachment 12060

    G1 - Zenitar 16mm - ISO=640


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    Attachment 12062

    G1 - Set Lens @ 14mm ISO=640 - f/5.6 - 1/100
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    don't think there is any doubt... the kit lens wins

    better leave the zenitar on your full frame cameras and enjoy the fun of its fisheye

    K

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    Hi Cindy

    thanx.... i have an E-3 too and still love it. Several pics published her.
    Waiting for the Oly answer m4/3 Sytem....until then i do some pictures with my small sensor monsters and my E-3....

    Oh boy, am i now a double agent or a renegade ????
    Think i should uncork another bottle of wine....
    BTW: We have again a lot of snow here.

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    Klaus

    I'll have a double renegade...shaken not sloshed... and hold the olives :-)

    we have the luxury of being able to post anywhere :-)

    are we having fun yet ?

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    OK I know these aren't worthy of the thread but I just got a new adapter in the mail today and this is the first time I've been able to use my 50 lux on the G1 and it is dark and raining so this is what you get inside my apartment....definitely easier for me to get the focus in so so light on the G1.

    ISO 800 1/50 f1.4
    Attachment 12081


    ISO 800 1/200 f1.4
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    Quote Originally Posted by TEBnewyork View Post
    ...ISO 800 1/200 f1.4
    Attachment 12082
    Terry, I have never before seen such a clean remote.





    sorry

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    Quote Originally Posted by kevinparis View Post
    don't think there is any doubt... the kit lens wins
    better leave the zenitar on your full frame cameras and enjoy the fun of its fisheye
    Only the Zenitar is f/2.8 and I can manually set the aperture I want while being dictated the aperture by the "intelligence" of the camera when using the set lens. Most photos taken with the set lens here are too sharp overall for my taste. Selective sharpness is shown in pictures taken with manual 3rd party lenses
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    Quote Originally Posted by petermcwerner View Post
    Attachment 12059

    G1 - Zenitar 16mm - ISO=640

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    G1 - Zenitar 16mm - ISO=640

    Attachment 12060

    G1 - Zenitar 16mm - ISO=640


    Peter, Your kit lens shot has better contrast and clarity than the Zenitar shots, but I much prefer the look from the Zenitar. The Zenitar shots have character.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    Peter, Your kit lens shot has better contrast and clarity than the Zenitar shots, but I much prefer the look from the Zenitar. The Zenitar shots have character.
    Thank you for your comments, Cindy and Kevin
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    Sanibel - Our local Osprey, sitting on the hotel roof.

    We are now have rebuilt a small colony of these in Toronto.

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    Pano 45-200

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    Sanibel

    Two ways to see the sea, without walking. But maybe a little noisy.

    I may try to get a ride on the Thriller to take some photos . . . stay tuned!

    Both with Pano 45-200. ISO 100 on the first, ISO 400 on the second.

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    Here's a pic of my gf's dog. He is one of my favorite subjects, as he'll pose all day for you. Anyway, this is a g1 w/ VC 1.7 nokton @ f2, iso 800 (a nice, fast low contrast lens, cool for b&w's...)

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    Sanibel - Great Egret - that's his name, not being presumptuous on whether or not the picture is great

    G1, Pano 45-200, ISO 200, f7

    (All pictures I've posted from Sanibel are G1 - the only camera I bought with me)

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    Just for fun, I put a Digital High Definition 0.45X Wide Angle Lens with Macro (Japan Optics) converter in front of the G1 kit lens 14-45mm. Though I had no high expectations, the following images resulted. The Lumix G1 continues to produce unexpected nice surprises. Leica 77
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    Two more images, using the same set up as before. Leica 77
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    The following photo shows the Lumix G1 coupled with its kit lens attached to a High Definition Wide Lens converter. This set up was used to photograph all the photos posted above yesterday. Leica 77
    Last edited by Leica 77; 28th June 2009 at 20:42.

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    That seems to work rather well, did you shoot at a particular focal length?

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    Just for fun as the thread title says.

    45-200mm kit lens again. . . . . .

    ISO400, F5.6, 1/250 626mm




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    Hello monza,
    Many thanks for your positive feedback. The focal lengths ranged from 14mm to 25mm, using the 14-45mm G1 kit lens, for the images posted. Because of the use of the High Definition 0.45X Wide Angle Macro adaptor, I could zoom in really close to the subjects. It still retained pretty good image resolution to my pleasant surprise. Thanks again. Leica 77

    Hello mark1000,
    The bird looks fantastic. The bokeh in the background is almost reminiscent of the bokeh produced by Leica M 90mm Summicron lenses. All the best! Leica 77

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    Donīt use the kit lens...
    Here is why:

    http://www.photozone.de/olympus--fou...onic_1445_3556
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    Quote Originally Posted by Leica 77 View Post
    Hello monza,
    Many thanks for your positive feedback. The focal lengths ranged from 14mm to 25mm, using the 14-45mm G1 kit lens, for the images posted. Because of the use of the High Definition 0.45X Wide Angle Macro adaptor, I could zoom in really close to the subjects. It still retained pretty good image resolution to my pleasant surprise. Thanks again. Leica 77

    Hello mark1000,
    The bird looks fantastic. The bokeh in the background is almost reminiscent of the bokeh produced by Leica M 90mm Summicron lenses. All the best! Leica 77

    Hi Leica 77, as a noob in all things concerning bokeh i'm puzzled, in another forum where i post this pic i was C&C'd about the bokeh and told the bokeh was very bad due to the kit lens i used (45-200mm kit ), so is the Leica M 90mm Summicron bad bokeh too, is that what your saying?.

    All i know is i like the pic for what it is.

    Thanks for looking and taking the time to comment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kweide View Post
    Donīt use the kit lens...
    Here is why:

    http://www.photozone.de/olympus--fou...onic_1445_3556
    Does it matter, i expect we all use PP on our pics, so why does it matter if some corrections are done on lens distortions in the camera, i don't get it, please enlighten me.


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    Quote Originally Posted by kweide View Post
    Donīt use the kit lens...
    Here is why:

    http://www.photozone.de/olympus--fou...onic_1445_3556
    Klaus, I don't use the kit lens - but not because of the (excessive) post processing... simply because I prefer more DOF control.

    I hope that someone will produce a range of fast m4/3rds lenses - f2 would be fine for me.

    The advert showing big lenses looks promising.

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