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    Quote Originally Posted by Annna T View Post
    I think that Olympus is going for more uniformity and microcontrast, while Panasonic put emphasis on sharpness in the center and smoother bokey.
    Yes; I actually prefer the more analogue look the Panasonic lenses give me, even though I am getting used to the outcome of my small Pen-F kit (12/17/45/75) that is all Oly. I'm waiting to see what the rumored 1.2 Oly lenses will do and then decide whether or not to add a PL 15/42.5 to the stable to form a PL trio with the 25 and get a more uniform look, or get the rumored 12/25/50 1.2 Zuiko's.
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    E-M1 with OM Zuiko 35mm f/2 @ f/2

    I don't care what gear I have.
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    it started to rain ...
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    In the backyard today


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    I've never understood people who don't take photos of their lunch

    E-M1 with PanaLeica 14-50mm f/2.8-3.5 4/3 @ 14mm and f/4

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    you silly cow ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    you silly cow …
    I’ve seen countless electricity poles ruining a portrait, but a windmill?
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    I’ve seen countless electricity poles ruining a portrait, but a windmill?
    Ow - please stop nitpicking, Ian !
    Instead, I'd rather have you commenting on the processing here
    Somewhere down this thread you mentioned applying C1's negative clarity.
    Well, so did I here and to other recent posted images as well.
    And so far I like the 'creamy' effect, although it looks a bit odd
    Nah, what do you think ?

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    phew - no electricity poles or windmills here ...


    applied negative clarity
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    access prohibited ...
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    Got a new lens today. The 9-18mm f/4.0-5.6 in 4/3-mount. $350 in mint condition from Japan. Totally sharp from corner to corner at all focal lengths

    E-M1 with 9-18mm f/4-5.6 4/3 @ 9mm and f/8



    E-M1 with 9-18mm f/4-5.6 4/3 @ 18mm and f/5.6

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    GX8 100-400

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    sunny ...
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    Well, I guess I am now fully committed to my GX8 being the heart of my main camera system.

    Today, I took delivery of the Lumix 35-100/2.8. I find my 45/2.8 is too short on occasion and I am not going to lug my 100-400 around for urban landscapes. So, I accepted that I probably wouldn't do better as a solution for medium to long telephoto than this lens. I am really surprised at how small and light the lens is.

    These are a few test shots.

    Wide open at f2.8 and iso400. Definitely shown signs of Leica DNA here, imho.


    Same settings as above.


    100% crop - good level of detail, imho


    I'm not seriously going to use it for birding but she alighted about 15 foot from me and I took advantage. iso1600 100mm 1/125 (cropped)


    Another view, pretty much straight out of the camera.


    I'll mainly be using the lens to pick architectural detail high up on buildings and probably mostly at f8 where I can. But I have to say even wide open this is a sharp lens.

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    Extreme oxidation


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    Pen F in Barcelona.
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    Should be fun ...


    shot through a window pane
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    Look up


    Panasonic G3 w/ Lumix 45–175 zoom at 135mm 1/400 f/5.6 ISO 500
    “Purple-punched” in Capture One
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    Pho at Adelaide Central Market


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    Shoe repair at Adelaide Central Market


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    Late afternoon in Chinatown


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    Quote Originally Posted by mediumcool View Post
    Pho at Adelaide Central Market


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    Mmm, that's finger licking good ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    Mmm, that's finger licking good ...
    With a spoon and sticks, no need for greasy pinkies!

    SLURP!
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    Quote Originally Posted by biglouis View Post
    Well, I guess I am now fully committed to my GX8 being the heart of my main camera system.

    Today, I took delivery of the Lumix 35-100/2.8. I find my 45/2.8 is too short on occasion and I am not going to lug my 100-400 around for urban landscapes. So, I accepted that I probably wouldn't do better as a solution for medium to long telephoto than this lens. I am really surprised at how small and light the lens is.

    These are a few test shots.

    Wide open at f2.8 and iso400. Definitely shown signs of Leica DNA here, imho.


    Same settings as above.


    100% crop - good level of detail, imho


    I'm not seriously going to use it for birding but she alighted about 15 foot from me and I took advantage. iso1600 100mm 1/125 (cropped)


    Another view, pretty much straight out of the camera.


    I'll mainly be using the lens to pick architectural detail high up on buildings and probably mostly at f8 where I can. But I have to say even wide open this is a sharp lens.

    LouisB

    Great shots. The last 2 frames seem rather noisy though. How come?
    With best regards, K-H.

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    Quote Originally Posted by k-hawinkler View Post
    Great shots. The last 2 frames seem rather noisy though. How come?
    Cropped at 1600”—that’s your answer!
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    Cropped at 1600”—that’s your answer!
    Many thanks. Using Define 2 of Nik, for example, my guess one could improve the noise significantly.
    With best regards, K-H.

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    Quote Originally Posted by k-hawinkler View Post
    Great shots. The last 2 frames seem rather noisy though. How come?
    'mediumcool' is correct. As soon as you reach iso1600 noise intrudes. I have to balance detail over noise, although in this case as they are tests I didn't try very hard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by biglouis View Post
    'mediumcool' is correct. As soon as you reach iso1600 noise intrudes. I have to balance detail over noise, although in this case as they are tests I didn't try very hard.

    LouisB
    Processed RAWs, or OOC JPEGs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mediumcool View Post
    Processed RAWs, or OOC JPEGs?
    RAWs but not much processing apart from cropping, iirc.

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    Red Door by Marlof Bregonje, on Flickr


    Waterside by Marlof Bregonje, on Flickr
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    Up for sale ...











    fwiw: all ooc jpegs
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    Thanks Bart.
    Terrific images.
    What is it? Apartments?
    With best regards, K-H.

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    Quote Originally Posted by k-hawinkler View Post
    Thanks Bart.
    Terrific images.
    What is it? Apartments?
    Thank you, K-H !
    It's a restaurant nowadays, but it has quite some history: REM Island

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    "Just soaking up some early morning rays, dude!"
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    Today’s pix with new lens
    Received my ‘toy’ Lumix 12–32 zoom today, and wasted no time in checking it out. Whilst waiting for a bus into Adelaide for my customary Friday lunch in Chinatown, I first tried a geometrical entity AKA a bus stop.


    Olympus E-M5 Lumix 12–32 zoom at 12mm 1/1250 f/3.5 ISO 500

    Above image with 85% barrel correction in Capture One

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    Looking for the M44


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    Once were shrubberies
    (Tip o’ the hat to Monty Python)


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    Inside/out


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    Black boxes and trees


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    D&T Vietnamese Food


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    The ladies made me a #5
    broken rice with pork chop and egg


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    Two more D&T ladies


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    Winter construction


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    528 parking


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    Blue poles
    A riff on Jackson Pollock


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    Waiting on the bus, again


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    Same house, to the left


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