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    A few late-winter images with the G1 and the two Pana zooms.
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    These aren't any comparison talent-wise to what else is in this thread, just a couple of pics I took yesterday with the G1 and a pair of Olympus Pen lenses. I don't know about everyone else, but it takes several shoots before I get a feel for a lens, and I just haven't had time to get out and do 'real' photography in the past few months. So it was good to get outside and experiment.

    There is a large field near my house with wildflowers (well, they are called that in Texas; elsewhere, they are called 'weeds.') The first shot is with a 40/1.4, the second a 150/4.




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    Oh, I've enjoyed yesterday's and today's. What wonderful variety--of both subject and lenses.

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    The menu...

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    I was bemoaming the published price of the new Pana 7-14 lens, so to feed my wideangle cravings, I stitched a few more pics taken last month. The first is a single frame taken with the G1's 14-45 kit lens at 14 mm. The second is a three image stitch, taken from the same camera position, with the lens at 14 mm. All were shot in jpeg with no PP except some colour correction.

    The stitching software used was the really basic photomerge in Elements 6 in full auto mode. Interestingly, it corrected for the coverging verticals resulting from tilting the camera upwards.

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    It's been a while since I posted. I met with my teacher this weekend and worked on 'seeing' some more. This time with just basic lines and curves, but I learned a lot I think. A few of my favorites with some others on flickr.





    This one was shot through a piece of glass and I love the way the sculpture looks transparent.



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    Main Street - Dallas

    Shot with a Lumix L1 and the Leica 14-50 zoom


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    [QUOTE=Rick Waldroup;88261]Main Street - Dallas

    Rick, I like this streetphoto!
    Did look at your serie " Riding the rails ". Very good and the black and white is appropiate.

    Two of mine; In spite of the crises people are still very busy.

    G1 with 14-45 kitlens



    Olumpus E/3 with 12/60


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    Charles, this one is special
    Quote Originally Posted by cjlacz View Post
    Well Done, and thanks for sharing.

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    Thanks Michiel for the kind words.

    That first shot you posted is amazing. So much metal and steel in one place....really nice.

    I have been seriously thinking about getting a G1, but decided to hold off until we see what Olympus brings us here in the next few months.

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    Panasonic G1 + Olympus ZD 11-22/2.8-3.5

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    Quote Originally Posted by JerryMK View Post
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    Jerry, everytime I look at this photo of the fowl (chickens??) it strikes me somehow as a chorus line with everyone with their hands in their air--sort of as supplicants. And--I've never seen a purple/blue fowl before either LOL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Two of mine; In spite of the crises people are still very busy.
    G1 with 14-45 kitlens
    Mike,

    I like the first one. Nice, very busy and right on. Such images alwaysmake me sit wondering what I am looking at. Regards, /Jonas

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    Quote Originally Posted by cjlacz View Post
    This one was shot through a piece of glass and I love the way the sculpture looks transparent.

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    Very nice, I like the framing a lot and in general I love images one has to look at for some time to understand. (More contrast, deeper blacks maybe?)
    kindest, /Jonas

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick Waldroup View Post
    Thanks Michiel for the kind words.

    That first shot you posted is amazing. So much metal and steel in one place....really nice.

    I have been seriously thinking about getting a G1, but decided to hold off until we see what Olympus brings us here in the next few months.
    It will take till december before Olympus will have a M4/3 with a EVF viewfinder. So if you like to put on legacy lenses you might as well buy the G1
    Just red on dpreview's Olympus forum that the one without EVF will be launched in june.
    Regards, Michiel

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    Nice shot, Godfrey. I really like the detail in the tree. It is nice to see you here. I am new here myself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diane B View Post
    Jerry, everytime I look at this photo of the fowl (chickens??) it strikes me somehow as a chorus line with everyone with their hands in their air--sort of as supplicants. And--I've never seen a purple/blue fowl before either LOL.

    Diane
    Ha Diane, I was also very suprised seeing this coloured chickens. Took this picture at a market in Shanghai during a business trip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick Waldroup View Post
    Nice shot, Godfrey. I really like the detail in the tree. It is nice to see you here. I am new here myself.
    thanks rick! I'm here on and off. ;-)

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    Panasonic G1 + Olympus G.Zuiko 40mm f/1.4

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    Panasonic G1 + Olympus G.Zuiko 40mm f/1.4

    Your comments always appreciated!
    I like this one a lot. There's so much to take in--color, details, a bit of humor (to me). Just very nice. It grabbed me immediately and then I had to spend time just----browsing.

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    [QUOTE=Godfrey;89074]

    Panasonic G1 + Olympus G.Zuiko 40mm f/1.4

    This is a very nice colourcomposition and very well framed!
    Did you shoot in RAW format
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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    This is a very nice colourcomposition and very well framed!
    Did you shoot in RAW format ...
    thanks. yes. :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diane B View Post
    I like this one a lot. There's so much to take in--color, details, a bit of humor (to me). Just very nice. It grabbed me immediately and then I had to spend time just----browsing.
    thanks diane!

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    Two Photographs with the Meyer Lydith 30 mm f.3.5 in Exakta mount.
    Another nice old Meyer lens.
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    Snow is gone and now waiting for some green. G1 14-45 kit lens.

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    [QUOTE=scho;89142]Snow is gone and now waiting for some green. G1 14-45 kit lens.

    Yeah, the kitlens is very sharp! Nice reflection too, you wouldn't have that if the trees wer green

    Talking about sharpness. I have here two photographs with the same subject made with different lensen, on different days with two different camera's.
    So this must be the ultimate scientific test

    G1 with Leica Elmarit 90mm


    E-3 with Meyer Orestor 135mm 2.8

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    Both made with Panasonic G1 + Olympus ZD 25mm f/2.8

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    Like especially the last one very much, nice composition. Real citylife!
    Was this shot from a riding train through a (dirty)window. Just wondering because it has more noise then the first one.
    Or was it just darker.
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    The rained finally slowed down enough to take some pictures.

    These were taken with the Panasonic G1, Voigtlander 40 f1.4 Leica M bayonet mount and a Raynox 150 close up lens.
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    The fern frond is superb and. I was trying to do so close ups with the 45-200 and the Canon 250D but I wasn't doing all that well. I was also finding that the weight of the closeup lens was making the zoom creep down when the lens was point down ward. Time to get a bunch of flowers and do some in house practice with no wind.

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    Like especially the last one very much, nice composition. Real citylife!
    Was this shot from a riding train through a (dirty)window. Just wondering because it has more noise then the first one.
    Or was it just darker.
    thanks Michiel!

    yes, it was made shooting through the car window, the contrast was lower. I like the deep tones it contains along with the softness.

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    Made with Panasonic G1 + Olympus G.Zuiko 40mm f/1.4 lens

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    G1 with 45-200 kit lens. Girls with Polaroids I talked to the girl on the left and she showed me a pic she had just developed! They were a fun bunch to talk to

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    G1 with 45-200 kit lens. Girls with Polaroids I talked to the girl on the left and she showed me a pic she had just developed! They were a fun bunch to talk to
    question is, where do they get film?

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    Getting out with my very first Olympus DSLR - the E-400...

    E-400 + ZD 14-35mm f2
    1/40s f/6.3 at 14.0mm iso100


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    Lovely Brian
    Here's a picture of young carrots from this evening.
    E3 12-60

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    . . . . . and I'm not sure what this was for; not for harvesting plastic carrots though!



    again, it's the 12-60 (such a good lens)
    This is a beautiful barn, on the side of the road at Quiddenham in Norfolk, but it almost never gets sunlight, so this was a lucky shot.

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    . . . . . and I'm not sure what this was for...
    That thur be a potater 'arvester.

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    That thur be a potater 'arvester.
    I guess you're right . .. not really potato territory around there though.

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    I guess you're right . .. not really potato territory around there though.
    Probably was back in the 30's then came sugar-beet ...

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    Getting out with my very first Olympus DSLR - the E-400...

    E-400 + ZD 14-35mm f2
    1/40s f/6.3 at 14.0mm iso100


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    Lovely composition Brian and a great overall result.

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    Today finally got some fiddlehead (new Christmas fern fronds emerging) photos. Took a bit, tried a few different lenses and closeup possibilities.

    G1 FD 135 f/2.8 with 25mm extension tube


    G1 45-200 with Cokin 3+ (I think) closeup lens--looks prehistoric this close, doesn't it (which it is).


    and the G1 135 f/2.8 again with 20mm extension tubes (and distracting background)


    Bit of wind this morning for my tries, so shot this afternoon, but then light created distracting background coming through a picket fence, so in the first I had my ever cooperative husband hold my Domke 5xb bag behind with the flap up--couldn't find my black board in my studio. Him standing there seemed to also redirect the light--I didn't use a reflector.

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    Diane, that scares me....looks like alien plants growing babies....
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    A few shots taken today on a walk along the stream below my house. G1 with the CV f/2 Ultron. Dark day and should have used a tripod.








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    Nice photographs and what a wild place you live.
    Makes me even more looking forward to use my CV lenses when the adapter arrives.
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    Yesterday I took some photographs on my bike, while biking myself, in Amsterdam. It is a city of cyclists. Works quiet good with the G1 and kit lens.
    Just on my daily trip to my studio.
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    Thank you Michiel. Your nice biking shots suggest that you are enjoying a pleasant spring in Amsterdam. As usual, spring is late arriving this year in Ithaca.

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    Thanks Jono, Woody... I think I've got a B&W style sorted in Lightzone now Jono - just need to find the right kind of image.

    In the meantime, here's a shot from this afternoon of my youngest daughter enjoying some old technology

    G1 + 4/3rds adapter + Hexanon 57mm f1.2
    1/60s f/2.8 iso100


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