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    GX85 & PanaLeica 25/1.4


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    In addition to the 548 historic race cars at the Monterey Motorsport Reunion, there were a few modern race cars on display in the Porsche, BMW etc paddock areas. This Porsche 919 Le Mans Hybrid was especially impressive to me.

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    Metal stairs


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    GX85 & PL25/1.4


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    The Fat Man of Love


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    Harry—with some colour added back


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    Oly EM-5 and Canon FD 50mm macro f/3.5
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    House burgers


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    Distortion correction



    The Lumix 12–32 zoom is a remarkably tiny and sharp lens; it’s my walk-around optic of choice. But the distortion at 12mm is awesome, and not in a good way. 75% correction was applied in Capture One to straighten the wall in the distance on the LHS, and the gap between the double doors in the RHS foreground.

    The two arrows towards the core of the image point to obvious barrel distortion, which if corrected (I had to push the slider to 120%!) would have created huge pincushion distortion in the outer margins.

    No worries though—I have an excellent 4/3 Zuiko 11–22mm zoom which has been profiled in C1 and works very well. But the tiny Lumix weighs 70g with a 37mm filter vs a hefty 485g/72mm for the Zuiko. Nearly 7x heavier, for half-a-stop and 1mm wider!

    Panasonic needs to supply sample lenses to PhaseOne for analysis; Olympus is clearly well ahead in this area.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mediumcool View Post

    Panasonic needs to supply sample lenses to PhaseOne for analysis; Olympus is clearly well ahead in this area.[/COLOR][/SIZE]
    Hi Ian, for that reason (lack of support by P1) I bought a GX8 for my PLs (15, 42.5, 100-400).
    Distortion is pretty well controlled by the cam, obviously it's the 15 that benefits here.

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    Hi Ian, for that reason (lack of support by P1) I bought a GX8 for my PLs (15, 42.5, 100-400).
    Distortion is pretty well controlled by the cam, obviously it's the 15 that benefits here.
    It’s actually not all PhaseOne’s ‘fault’—Olympus cameras (or at least my E-M5) do not correctly—or at all—pass on Panasonic lens distortion data to Capture One. This is disappointing in the extreme, and makes the ‘standards’ of m43 a bit of a joke. I must try the 12–32 on my now ancient G3 to see what happens. Cannot afford a new Lumix on my miserly pension!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mediumcool View Post
    It’s actually not all PhaseOne’s ‘fault’—Olympus cameras (or at least my E-M5) do not correctly—or at all—pass on Panasonic lens distortion data to Capture One. This is disappointing in the extreme, and makes the ‘standards’ of m43 a bit of a joke. I must try the 12–32 on my now ancient G3 to see what happens. Cannot afford a new Lumix on my miserly pension!
    Absolutely. Right from the beginning there was this discord.
    What I did before the GX8 was to select a corresponding Olympus lens that took care of most if not all of the distortion.
    Anyway distortion correction often means losing quite a bit of your image ...

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    Fruit and veg


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    The OOC JPEG for an invidious comparison—and Olympus JPEGs are good!
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    A global problem


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    New food arcade at my usual supermarket


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    Two very different photographs, showing the versatility of the GX8

    Lumix 12-35/2.8 - Christ Church from Spitalfields New Market


    Lumix 100-400 - Curious Robin
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    Friday night blues #1


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    Friday night blues #2


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    Friday night blues #3


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    I went to a Civil War re-enactment. I used the Oly EM-5 for the battle with the 75-300mm lens.
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    ^^^^ Excellent photography. Really brings the event 'alive' ^^^^
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    GX8, Olympus 7-14/2.8

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    GX8, Olympus 7-14/2.8

    My older brother had a Tourer in the late ’60s!
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    I went to a Civil War re-enactment. I used the Oly EM-5 for the battle with the 75-300mm lens.
    I wonder what the promotion prospects for drummer boys would have been like—as with flag carriers, they would have been targeted early on in any battle. And as Stephen Wright once said, “How can any war be civil?”

    Lovely light in these …

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    My older brother had a Tourer in the late ’60s!
    I posted this on Facebook and received a couple of memories from people. It was a much liked, even loved vehicle. It was the second car I ever drove (off road because I was under the legal driving age but around the scrub where we lived). So easy to drive. The engine has so much torque you could put it into gear and gently take your foot off the accelerator and it would drive itself forward. Don't quite get the same thrill from my functional Ford Focus but the Ford has done nearly 90,000 miles and never seems to let me down.

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    Had another great view of a sunset from my patio the other night...

    All shot with E-M1 | 40-150 Pro, very little post-processing done (RAW convert w/ DXO, slight contrast and colour correction)





    A two-shot panorama (an afterthought )
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    Quote Originally Posted by mediumcool View Post
    I wonder what the promotion prospects for drummer boys would have been like—as with flag carriers, they would have been targeted early on in any battle. And as Stephen Wright once said, “How can any war be civil?”

    Lovely light in these …
    Thank you, mediumcool. (Thank you, BigLouis, too.)

    According to an article that I read in the Washington Post, the youngest drummer boy tried to enlist when he was 9. The official minimum age was 18, but younger boys would say that they were 18. Johnny Clem ran away from his home in Ohio and wanted to join the Union Army. He was refused (even though there were many boys of 11 and 12). He refused to go home so a unit from Michigan made him their mascot and drummer boy. They had a uniform made to fit him. By age 11 he was officially in as a soldier. He went on to have a long military career, retiring as a brigadier general in 1915.

    Drummer boys were important in the Civil War. There was a lot of noise on the battlefield and commands could not be heard. They tapped out the codes for the different commands. They also carried wounded from the field on stretchers.
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    Wow Cindy, those Civil War photos are spectacular!

    Where was the enactment battle? Local in Wisconsin, or elsewhere? Where they reenacting an actual battle?

    What do you do with the shots ... I'd bet they normally don't get stuff this good?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fotografz View Post
    Wow Cindy, those Civil War photos are spectacular!

    Where was the enactment battle? Local in Wisconsin, or elsewhere? Where they reenacting an actual battle?

    What do you do with the shots ... I'd bet they normally don't get stuff this good?

    - Marc
    Thank you, Marc! The battle is on the grounds of Wade House in Greenbush, Wisconsin (History of Wade House - Wade House). Wade House was a mid 1800's stagecoach stop on the road between Fond du Lac and the port at Sheboygan, Wisconsin. I believe this was the 26th year for the re-enactment.
    I always go. I don't do anything with the photos except share online. I enjoy trying to make them realistic!

    BTW, this year they were re-enacting the October, 1862 battle of Corinth, Mississippi. They always have a really good narrator who gives lots of background info and explains as the battle progresses.
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    Super or "Hunter's" Moon, over Camden Town, England - with cranes - October 16th, 2016. From what I've read this is the closest the moon will be to earth until 2034.

    I've also written a blog entry about taking this photograph at my web site.

    Panasonic GX8, G Vario 35-100/2.8.



    PS I guess the Dual IS must be working because I just noticed with that the EXIF states 1/8 second exposure and it was handheld. It isn't tack sharp but it isn't blurred either.
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    Quote Originally Posted by biglouis View Post
    Super or "Hunter's" Moon, over Camden Town, England - with cranes - October 16th, 2016. From what I've read this is the closest the moon will be to earth until 2034.
    Thanks, Louis. If we're still around then, what will we be using in 2034 ?

    All the best.
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    practicing 'keystone compensation': do we still need a t/s lens ?

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    practicing ‘keystone compensation’: do we still need a t/s lens?
    Any Aspect adjustment?
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    practicing 'keystone compensation': do we still need a t/s lens ?
    Nice effort, I do this a lot as well, sometimes I use Lightroom, sometimes Capture 1 pro. Each have their strength in certain situations.
    One day I'll buy a T/S lens just to tinker with it, but until then the software correction works well for me.

    With regard to the picture you posted two small comments:
    - right side is vertical, left still slightly leans
    - make sure you frame wide enough so you don't crop into the building, I find that the left/top missing is distracting.

    Here's one of my Lightroom examples (APS-C and not 4/3rd, hope that's allowed here)
    I find a building still lightly leaning usually a more pleasant picture to look at than perfectly corrected with all verticals absolutely straight up at 90 degrees.

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    Olives in the sink


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    One day I'll buy a T/S lens … but until then the software correction works well for me.
    I recently sold a Mamiya 50mm shift as I found I could do convincing moderate ‘shifts’ in C1, even with m43. But I do have an Olympus 35mm shift lens adapted to my Sony a7.


    Comparison of no correction and correction in C1 (the lens is the tiny and geometrically-challenged Lumix 12–32, uncorrectable without a profile at 12mm)

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    … frame wide enough so you don't crop into the building …
    This is crucial—it’s so easy to lose the top! Space above is important, so a loose shoot is very much the go.

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    I find a building still lightly leaning usually a more pleasant picture to look at than perfectly corrected with all verticals absolutely straight up at 90 degrees.
    Agreed. Part of getting this right, though, is fixing lens distortion first—if uncorrected, bits of a building can appear to be going in different directions all at once.

    I would like to say in summary—“you get the cigar”!

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    Any Aspect adjustment?
    Ah! Good point, Ian. Nope, I only did the verticals, poorly so it seems ...
    But I realise I should have pointed out that it's about the EM1's in-camera keystone correction, so not by software.
    Not sure I can do aspect correction at the same time btw.
    Anyway, that'll have to wait till next time.

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    Nice effort, I do this a lot as well, sometimes I use Lightroom, sometimes Capture 1 pro. Each have their strength in certain situations.
    One day I'll buy a T/S lens just to tinker with it, but until then the software correction works well for me.
    Thanks, Pieter

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    With regard to the picture you posted two small comments:
    - right side is vertical, left still slightly leans
    - make sure you frame wide enough so you don't crop into the building, I find that the left/top missing is distracting.
    As I mentioned in my reply to Ian, it's in-camera correction and all handheld and sooc JPEGs.
    Sorry about the missing top. I've got better samples ...

    Quote Originally Posted by pegelli View Post
    Here's one of my Lightroom examples (APS-C and not 4/3rd, hope that's allowed here)
    I find a building still lightly leaning usually a more pleasant picture to look at than perfectly corrected with all verticals absolutely straight up at 90 degrees.
    Absolutely right and I can't agree more !

    Thanks again and kind regards.
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    As I mentioned in my reply to Ian, it's in-camera correction and all handheld and sooc JPEGs.
    Sorry about the missing top. I've got better samples ...
    I never knew you could do that in-camera with jpg's. Is that an Olympus exclusive?
    I guess I would not use such a feature a lot since I shoot raw almost exclusively but I can see it being a handy feature for people who don't like to spend a lot of time at the computer PP-ing their pictures.

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    Another supermoon photo but from this evening at moonrise.

    GX8, Leica DG 100-400.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pegelli View Post
    I never knew you could do that in-camera with jpg's. Is that an Olympus exclusive?
    I guess I would not use such a feature a lot since I shoot raw almost exclusively but I can see it being a handy feature for people who don't like to spend a lot of time at the computer PP-ing their pictures.
    JPEG? Wassat? 😀
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    start counting ...

    Bart ...
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    [QUOTE=Knorp;707850]start counting ...

    89 including the dead one!
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    1/10,000 sec ...

    Bart ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by biglouis View Post
    Another supermoon photo but from this evening at moonrise.

    GX8, Leica DG 100-400.
    Absolutely stunning!!!!
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    GX85 & 25/1.4



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