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    Some G1 salsa dancing shots Just starting to figure out how to get some decent pictures... it's true shutter lag is a bit long w/this camera. These are with the Canon FD 50/1.4, ISO 3200 @ 1/60.

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    Lately I have been shooting a lot of gloomy dark black and whites. When out walking I passed this builidng and couldn't resist doing something else. As I "traveled" light I had one lens only and it became a bit crazy; what you see here is a mosaic made up from 45 images:


    OK, practising handholding and panos can't be bad anyway. Cheers, /Jonas

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    Excellent Jonas, which lens did you have with you?

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    Jonas, Nice job on the pano. It must have been a lot of work to shoot and assemble 45 shots. I'm impressed.

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    Whew--45 shots. I'm impressed also. What lens?--and what pano software?--(and what patience to shoot the 45 shots correctly so they stitched so well).

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    Wow 45 shots is a lot of patience. Surprised that you were able to get the shot full on without distortion issues.

    Now where would one find the architect of that building. It may be colorful but will the design stand stand the test of time?????

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    Thank you, all, for looking and commenting - it's always appreciated! The image was taken in the morning and I was out walking having an idea of getting a cople of images of the building next to the one depicted. The time of the day was the right but I'll have to wait a few weeks to get the sun in the right angle. So, I got these instead. I recently bought the ZD9-18 which would have been a better choice. Lol, it would have covered the building with four shots I think.

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    Excellent Jonas, which lens did you have with you?
    Hi Brian. If I bring one lens only it is the Kern Switar 26/1.1 Macro these days. For an image like this it is about the worst choice, lol. See further down.

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    Jonas, Nice job on the pano. It must have been a lot of work to shoot and assemble 45 shots. I'm impressed.
    Hi Cindy. Impressive stubbornness? It really isn't that much work... A bit tedious when standing there, especially as I run out of of space and had to switch memory card. The major part of the work is done by the stitching software...

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    Whew--45 shots. I'm impressed also. What lens?--and what pano software?--(and what patience to shoot the 45 shots correctly so they stitched so well).
    Hi Diane. The Switar 26/1.1 doesn't cover the sensor and also make for some smearing at the borders and corners. So, I worked with a lot of overlap moving a third of the FOV for each shot only. The viewfinder grid helps...
    The fact I had climbed a small hill having a vantage point not too low helped with the perspective (and the composition). I use PTGui for stitching.

    Quote Originally Posted by TEBnewyork View Post
    Wow 45 shots is a lot of patience. Surprised that you were able to get the shot full on without distortion issues.

    Now where would one find the architect of that building. It may be colorful but will the design stand stand the test of time?????
    Hi Terry. The light changed while I switched memory card. The first three rows are taken twice. I didn't mind as the light got better but yes, it is a bit tedious. No biggie though. I often use the technique of taking two or three images handheld for later stitching when needed.

    I have the same question about the design and wear and tear. We have a large area of buildings designed in various modern ways, a little like Dockside in London, England, and I really wonder what impression they will give in say 15-20 years from now.

    Last year I visited Riga, Latvia and was very impressed by the Jugend (or Art Nouveau) buildings. What a difference!

    Kind regards to all of you, /Jonas

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    French cowboys, bringing bulls to the arena

    The bulls are hidden behind the horses. You can see horns behind the gardian with the brown horse. Nine gardians bring 3 bulls to the arena, arounding them with their horses. In southern france, they practice an unbloody corrida. Pictures of this event will follow.



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    That's an amazing shot
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    Fantastic shot! Very intense.
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    Very intensive indeed, lovely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonas View Post
    What you see here is a mosaic made up from 45 images:
    You must be joking right...? Otherwise I am really impressed by your result!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonas View Post
    OK, practising handholding and panos can't be bad anyway. Cheers, /Jonas
    You did a marvellous job, Jonas !!
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    Re: French cowboys, bringing bulls to the arena

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    G1 with Panaleica 14-150, at 150mm, f5,6, 1/640 sec
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    Good you used a telelens for this shot, Karl
    Very impressive pic !
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    Good you used a telelens for this shot, Karl
    Very impressive pic !
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    Thank you, Rafael. Please help me, wich one looks better, the colour version or the following B+W version:



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    Quote Originally Posted by Friedel View Post
    The bulls are hidden behind the horses. (...)
    Karl, That's a very nice image filled with energy and details. I think you did a good job with the framing and you captured a special situation very well.
    I prefer the B&W version. Regards, /Jonas

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    ...I prefer the B&W version. Regards, /Jonas
    Hi Jonas, thank you for your comment. I printed both versions and i also must say, the B+W print has more dynamic.

    P.S.
    I am very impressed from your pano picture.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JerryMK View Post
    You must be joking right...? Otherwise I am really impressed by your result!!!
    Ah, no, not a joke. I may be a stubborn idiot but I seldom make jokes.

    It was early in the morning and the light was right. So, I could get back there another day with good light (in gloomy Sweden, ha ha) with another lens taking just 4 or maybe 9 images. Or I could stay put with the 26mm lens and snap on, and on.

    A photographer gotta do what a photographer gotta do.

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    You did a marvellous job, Jonas !!
    Rafael
    Nah. Clicking away is easy. PTGui did the real work by stitching the lot:



    From there it was just ordinary PP left for me.

    Thank you for looking/commenting! /Jonas

    EDIT: Thank you Karl.

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    Thank you, Rafael. Please help me, wich one looks better, the colour version or the following B+W version:



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    Normally I think I prefer B&W but in this case I like the color a little more because the lone brown horse just adds something to the picture.
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    Normally I think I prefer B&W but in this case I like the color a little more because the lone brown horse just adds something to the picture.
    I have to agree. I like the colour version better as well.
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    Colour for me too, please.
    This being said, your B&W conversion is excellent !

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    I prefer color as well. It looks like an old western film. Cowboys coming to town, trail has ended and all they want is a bath, a shave, Whisky and fun
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    Karl, this is a tremendous shot... Well Done! and I prefer the colour version too - easier to see the details.

    Kind Regards

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    Since there's been a good bit of discussion of why others prefer the color--my reason for preferring the b & w is because the color image has more of a 'modern' feel, particularly the man with the open shirt and the one with the blue print. In b & w, it seems more timeless to me--and I like the contrast of the light horses with the dark center one. The mono shot has a feel of power to it that the color doesn't transmit to me--but YMMV *smile*. Aren't we glad we have choices with digital.

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    I went through some "old" photos, from January last year, winter in Hanoi.

    E-1 with OM 100mm f/2.8, probably @ f/5.6, but who knows?

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    Friedel and Jorgen - I really like both of your shots.

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    One from the G1 from today....I was playing with the TS1 and wanted to give it a try in the water but didn't have the right opportunity. So, I shot landscapes with the two cameras side by side. The TS1 did insanely well today. Check out the thread in the small sensor forum

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    Quote Originally Posted by TEBnewyork View Post
    Friedel and Jorgen - I really like both of your shots.
    Thanks, Terry. Beautiful landscape too.

    Here's one more from Hanoi last year. I was there for four days, and the OM adapter somehow got stuck to the camera, so I had only one lens, the 100mm f/2.8. It came loose again at the airport. There's probably a meaning with things like that, don't you think?

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    Haha Jorgen,
    It just makes you do a little more work. I love walking around with only one lens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TEBnewyork View Post
    Haha Jorgen,
    It just makes you do a little more work. I love walking around with only one lens.
    Actually, this is the reason why I started taking photos of people in Hanoi in the first place. I thought I was going to come home with lots of interesting buildings, but 100mm isn't very wide on a 4/3 camera
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    Hello,
    A couple of shots recorded by G1 with its Kit Lens, G Vario 14-45mm lens, during my recent conference travel to Macau. The images were captured inside the historic St. Anthony's Church. Thank you for looking. Leica 77
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    FTIEDEL;
    Its the COLOR shot that Does IT for Me......OUTSTANDING...

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    From a Tea Party in the small farming town of Weatherford, Texas - April 15, 2009

    The camera was a Lumix L1 with the Leica 14-50 zoom


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    A few walk around shots with the G1 and Konica 40mm f/1.8.












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    Bali, Indonesia. Olympus E-300 + Distagon 18mm. Thank you for looking. Leica 77
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    Time for some veggies...


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    Fun with Olympus E-300 + Sonnar 85mm. Thanks for looking. Leica 77

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    No place for 35's 'cept here. Both taken with G1 and FD 35 f/2.8





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    Quote Originally Posted by Diane B View Post
    No place for 35's 'cept here. Both taken with G1 and FD 35 f/2.8

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    i really like the second image. superb work.

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    Two panoramas for you :





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    I like the first panorama there Rafael, beautiful colour...

    Here's a tree from today, E-30 + ZD 11-22mm



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    ...and The Shillito Cross, an ancient landmark, about 2m high, that would have been used to guide early travellers across the moors.



    ...and by the side of a nearby gate, sitting in a little hollow is another old stone which is a guide stoop dating from 1710.



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    ...and The Shillito Cross, an ancient landmark, about 2m high, that would have been used to guide early travellers across the moors.


    ...and by the side of a nearby gate, sitting in a little hollow is another old stone which is a guide stoop dating from 1710.

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    My favorite local gorge trail just re-opened today so I took the G1 with Konica AR 40mm f/1.8 for a little walk.






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    Raf, how many shots and what lens did you use please? They are ordinary landscapes made extraordinary by the wide sweep of the pano and the almost painterly feel of the colors. Very nice

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    Carl, Its a beautiful area. That third one really beckons to me--I love old stone with moss and I know the water rushing through those small stone falls must be wonderful to hear. Nice to see the 40 f/1.8 too--it appears to be quite sharp.

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    Brian, I'm a tree lover--maybe even a tree hugger *smile*, but the last 2 are the ones that appeal even more to me. Seeing ancient stones appearing in otherwise normal landscapes and wondering about the people that used them as guides or for other purposes is something I love to see from your part of the world. It looks very Spring-like there also.

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    Thanks Diane, me too! I love trees... it's amazing how every tree has its' own personality.

    Here's another from today - really pleased with the E-30 'colour depth'.



    ...and yes, we have Spring!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Diane B View Post
    Raf, how many shots and what lens did you use please? They are ordinary landscapes made extraordinary by the wide sweep of the pano and the almost painterly feel of the colors. Very nice

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    Hi Diane,

    they are both 5-shot stitches.
    First one with the 14-45mm lens @ 14mm and f7.1
    Second one @ 25mm and f5.0

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