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

    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Klein View Post
    I used the E-510 with 14-54 to photograph the newest addition to our household. Meet Tilly the Border Terrier..
    Sweet Shot #2 and i'm in LUV w/ Tilly.....
    Mind You that Oly & lens are soo crisp w/lovely Colour

    Tilly should meet my Lulubelle & Bully (an 11 & 12 yr old /pugs)...
    Best to You Peter- H

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    Thanks, Helen! And Tilly says "hello, eh" to Lulubella and Bully. The "eh" is because she's Canadian--we had to do a little cross-border foray to get her.

    --Peter

    P.S. I just received a Summitar to 39mm adapter that I had DAG make for me out of an old Summitar filter ring. So my Summitar is now M8-ready with an IR filter. Stay tuned...

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    G1 + Cosina-Voigtländer Nokton 50mm f/1.5 - 1/500 at f/1.5 ISO 100 - Lovely OOF (English for "bokeh").
    Nice photo! It looks crisp and sharp but I find the bokeh a little fierce. Just a matter of taste, I'll quess. Interesting to see this shot for me because I have the lens but the adapter takes ages to arrive from the East
    Would like to see more examples with this lens.
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    Just converted a mint Konica AR 50mm f/1.7 to 4/3 for use with the G1+MA-1 adapter. Seems to be just as sharp as the 40mm f/1.8. I do wish that the ebay adapter makers would produce a direct lens adapter so that we could use these nice Konica AR lenses on the G1 without having to hack the mounts to 4/3.

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

    Here's a few panorama's that I shot this morning, all stitched with Panorama Factory :













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    Trillium shot with G1 + Konica AR 40mm f/1.8.


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    Hello scho and f6cvalkyrie,
    Your images are stunning. I especially like the panorama shots. Here are a couple of images recorded with a Leica M 50mm Cron attached to my little G1 via a Rayqual adapter. Thanks for looking. Leica 77
    Last edited by Leica 77; 28th June 2009 at 20:47.

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    Two more images for Fun with 4/3rds cameras/ Image Thread. G1 + Leica M 50mm Cron. Thank you for looking. Leica 77
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    Ah, we're in a flowery mood

    Great work everyone, keep it up!
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    Hello Brian,
    Indeed, we are in a flowery mood! Your images are outstanding with beautiful flowers and bokeh in the background! I post a couple more images. G1 + Summicron M 50mm via Rayqual Adapter. Thanks. Leica 77

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    Some more flowers! How original
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    Carl Zeiss 50 mm 1.8



    Meyer 135 mm 2.8

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    E-620 + 14-54mkII
    1/800s f/5.6 at 35.0mm iso200


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    What a beautiful area you live in Brian. Perfect weather with the cloudshadows over those hills and therefore the nice lighting on that sunny house.
    Kind regards, Michiel

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    Took a walk today with a couple of Canon FD lenses and the G1. Bad lighting for this kind of work, but great for walking

    Canon FD 24mm f/2.8


    Canon FD 85mm f/1.8

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    Birthday Party

    The camera was a Lumix L1 with an Olympus 25mm pancake lens


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick Waldroup View Post
    Birthday Party
    A beautiful human image. This is what Henri Cartier-Bresson meant by "the decisive moment". There's so much to see and feel from it, it's the sort of picture one likes to see hung on a wall and revisit from time to time. Thank you for letting us enjoy it here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m3photo View Post
    A beautiful human image. This is what Henri Cartier-Bresson meant by "the decisive moment". There's so much to see and feel from it, it's the sort of picture one likes to see hung on a wall and revisit from time to time. Thank you for letting us enjoy it here.
    Why, thank you for the very kind words. It is much appreciated.

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    I agree Rick, that's a fantastic capture. Well Done! and thanks for sharing.

    Cheers

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    I'd like to jump on the bandwagon here.
    Wonderful Image Rick.

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    Taken on the way home from school run this morning...

    E-620 + ZD 9-18mm f4-5.6
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    I want to thank everyone who took the time to view the shot and for the very kind comments.

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

    a 4 pics panorama, I shot with G1 and 7-14mm @ 14mm and stitched with Panorama Factory :



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    Looks very straight and symmetrical, almost German Brussel ?
    I do miss some texture/colour in the sky.
    I am thinking about doiing panoramas myself. Is panorama factory good?
    Or can you recommend something.
    Greetings, Michiel

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    Hi Michiel,

    indeed, this is Brussels. It's called "de eeuwfeestpaleizen" because they were built in 1931, 100 years after our independance.

    Most of the pictures I shot yesterday show very dull sky. The weather was far from nice.

    I'm using Panorama Factory since a few months only. It's not bad, but sometimes it just doesn't match very well. I have no idea why, but sometimes is misaligns. And you need to do some Photoshop afterwards, to clean out doubles that occur from time to time...

    There's other members here stitching panoramas, but I don't know which software they are using.

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    E-620 + PL 14-150
    1/800s f/5.6 at 55.0mm iso200


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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Mosley View Post
    E-620 + PL 14-150
    1/800s f/5.6 at 55.0mm iso200


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    ahh, superb!
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    Brian, Nice shot and a lovely yellow bug. Reminds me of how I had to park on the narrow street in Darmstadt, Germany where my mother-in-law lived.

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    G1 + Summicron 90
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    Just a cow in Normandy.
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    Cascade, Upper Buttermilk Gorge. G1 + Konica AR 40mm f/1.8 @ f/8 with ND8 neutral density filter.


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    Quote Originally Posted by m3photo View Post
    G1 + Cosina-Voigtländer Nokton 50mm f/1.5 - 1/500 at f/1.5 ISO 100 - Lovely OOF (English for "bokeh").
    m3photo,

    is this full image or cropped version?

    very nice

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alexander Bauer View Post
    m3photo, is this full image or cropped version?
    Thank you Alexander, I hardly ever crop, so this is a full capture on the G1 sensor. The 50mm original focal length is "doubled" of course.

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    That is so good - content, composition, and technique.

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    G1 with Pentax 25mm 1.4 TV lens. F4, 1/320s. ISO 100

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    Court yard in Arles, France.
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    Put the CV 40mm f/1.4 Nokton on the G1 for today's walk along the waterfront.








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    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    Put the CV 40mm f/1.4 Nokton on the G1 for today's walk along the waterfront.



    I like this one - there is a lot going on, even though it is static.

    I have this lens, I need to use it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    I like this one - there is a lot going on, even though it is static.

    I have this lens, I need to use it!

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    Thanks Keith. Yes, the Nokton is a fine lens. I've been shooting a lot recently with the Konica AR 40 f/1.8 and it has a very different signature, but also very nice. Great to have so many options with the G1.

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    G1+CV 75mm f/2.5 Color-Heliar Carousel shot wide open.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Mosley View Post
    E-620 + PL 14-150
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    Not sure why, but I can't stop looking at this pic of the yellow VW. I hope this doesn't mean that I need to buy an E-620.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    I need to go here more often. That's a great photo!

    Thanks for the kind words.

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    Not sure why, but I can't stop looking at this pic of the yellow VW. I hope this doesn't mean that I need to buy an E-620.

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    Bill, I know what you mean. It is such a great shot. The VW seems to glow itself right off the screen, doesn't it?

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    Not sure why, but I can't stop looking at this pic of the yellow VW. I hope this doesn't mean that I need to buy an E-620.

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    An E-620's probably cheaper and quieter, it won't come with a modified exhaust ...

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    Thanks Bill, Rick... I'm not sure the processing did full justice to the scene - the VW was really glowing in the direct sunlight after a rain storm.

    Here's another attempt...

    E-620 + PL 14-150mm
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    The first was taken about a month ago with the Lumix 14-45mm. The last two were taken over the Memorial day weekend with the Lumix 45-200mm.

    Helicopters


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    I like the color on the first helicopter shot. Was this with a "film mode"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TEBnewyork View Post
    I like the color on the first helicopter shot. Was this with a "film mode"?
    Thank you!!!

    I actually need to check the metadata (if I can) as I took that shot over a month ago. I did some PP work on it in Lightroom 2 to add "a little snap" to it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HiredArm View Post
    Thank you!!!

    I actually need to check the metadata (if I can) as I took that shot over a month ago. I did some PP work on it in Lightroom 2 to add "a little snap" to it.
    Whatever you did it got the right pop!

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