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

    Haha....at least with 150mm effective focal length you can lurk a little further away and aren't completely in her face. These look good. The Shasta shot on the Canon thread was amazing but I have to say the one with the canoe here is also simply superb.

    How are you processing the Oly files?

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    Thanks Terry. At the moment, I'm converting to DNG, and using LR2.

    I like the B&W conversions I'm getting from LR2, but the color conversions still feel a bit "harsh" to me. I'm hoping for an improvement when they finalize the LR2 support for the E-P1.
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    Re: Fun with 4/3rds cameras/ Image Thread

    Another interpretation...
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    Re: Fun with 4/3rds cameras/ Image Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    That Oly 17 with Ricoh converter works well - I have to do it (I've got the Ricoh bit, just have to find the filter)

    Keith
    Yes, it does (perhaps it is better than the 17mm lens itself).

    But the 25/1.3 Computar-TV lens is head and shoulders above all this.



    Panasonic G1, Computar-TV 25/1.3.

    (It was the light and not the lenses).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Hatam View Post
    Another interpretation...
    Mike, love these last images of your beautiful daughter - especially the B&W images look fantastic.

    Well Done, and thanks for sharing

    Cheers

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    Regarding the questions on how to get a full image vs thumbnail on your posts...

    If you attach an image, it will always show up as a thumbnail. If you want to show the full image, first upload it into your gallery, and then link to the image in your gallery.

    These changes were implemented about 8 weeks ago.

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    Here are a few taken with the E-P1 and CV 21mm Color Skopar during a short photowalk with friends in San Jose's Santana Row.






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    Anthony those are very nice, the look like they could hang on the wall as art pieces

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    Anthony - very nice photos!

    Just curious - where in Santana Row did you spot these beautiful scenes? I live nearby, and go there often, but don't recall seeing these scenes.

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    Seen on a market in Bergerac/France. E-P1 with kit-lens.



    Thanks for looking, Karl

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    Wow -- riotous, rich colours, Anthony and Karl!
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    Karl the colors are gorgeous!!

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    Very nice Karl!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Friedel View Post
    Seen on a market in Bergerac/France. E-P1 with kit-lens.



    Thanks for looking, Karl
    Awesome colours! Well Done Kark

    Cheers

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    Karl,

    Fantastic colors!
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    Thank`s to all for your nice words.

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    I received my JinFinance adpater for my Nikon lenses so I thought I would try my Tamron 90 macro on a few flowers this morning.








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    Quote Originally Posted by LisaR View Post
    I received my JinFinance adpater for my Nikon lenses so I thought I would try my Tamron 90 macro on a few flowers this morning.
    Very nice, Lisa. The Tamron 90 was one of my favourite lenses on my Canon DSLR. Unfortunately, there isn't an aperture ring in the Canon EF mount version. Fortunately, however, there are many other excellent choices for macro in micro-4/3.
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    The windows are on Tatum Ln, near the H&M store, on the opposite side of the road. On Olin Ave, the same building has a section of old doors.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Hatam View Post
    Anthony - very nice photos!

    Just curious - where in Santana Row did you spot these beautiful scenes? I live nearby, and go there often, but don't recall seeing these scenes.

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

    This is another old snap. Reprocessed recently (after a new monitor).



    Panasonic G1, Computar 25/1.3

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    A result from panning a 25/0.95 lens.



    G1, a 25/0.95 (wide open).

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    Very nice, Lisa. The Tamron 90 was one of my favourite lenses on my Canon DSLR. Unfortunately, there isn't an aperture ring in the Canon EF mount version. Fortunately, however, there are many other excellent choices for macro in micro-4/3.


    Thanks John. I like this one for the longer length, I also have a 55 Nikkor Micro to try out this weekend when I do not have my dogs in tow pulling on me as I try to snap pictures

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    A result from panning a 25/0.95 lens.



    G1, a 25/0.95 (wide open).
    Hi Vivek,
    It's a tremendous panning shot! Best regards, Leica 77

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    Leica77, Thanks for your kind words.

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    ... when I do not have my dogs in tow pulling on me as I try to snap pictures
    Been there.
    In fact I go "there" every day. Tired of being jerked off the vertical just as I'm ready to press the shutter (the little blighter always knows the crucial moment - like cats jumping off the chair who, until said decisive moment are supposedly sound asleep), I simply stand on the leash while I'm using the camera and "Woofles" can tug all he/she likes, so there!

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    Between works taking my GH1/14-140 ... taking some quick shots ...










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    wow gorgeous Hot, I love that third one but all are gorgeous!

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    Hot, These are spectacular. The third is my favorite, too.

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    Hehe, it's easy if there are thirty butterflys at my flowers :-)
    GH1/14-140 is an "allround camera"
    Nice memories for cold winter days ... waiting for next summer.

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    Lone Tulip
    G1 with Pentax 50mm/1.4 - wide open
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    Here is another one. This lens certainly has an interesting Bokeh

    Pentax 50mm/1.4 - shot with the G1

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    wow Keith those are very artsy smudge painting looking, I think the second is my favorite

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    Quote Originally Posted by LisaR View Post
    wow Keith those are very artsy smudge painting looking, I think the second is my favorite
    Surely very interesting background!
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    Keith, Both flower photos are unique and beautiful.

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    I was actually refering to th 2 Pentaxlensfoto's of Woodmancy.
    They have something in common with these photo's I took yesterday with the G1 with the Isco-Göttingen Berolina-Westromat 35/2.8 wide open (what a mouthfull the name of this lens).
    It is made of plastic but I love it for flowers, focusses even a little less as 30 cm.

    The car in the background looks rather strange.


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    Michiel, Your flowers are wonderful, too.

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    Thanks Cindy, especially from a bokeh expert like you
    Kind regards, Michiel

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    Thanks everyone for the kind comments
    I took these pictures a year ago when I first purchased the Pentax 50/1.4. I didn't process them - yesterday I put them through Lightroom and really liked them.
    What they show is the importance of bokeh "interacting" with the background imagery. These are small flowers growing about one foot high. The camera was just above them. The ground is covered in a wood chip mulch, which, with the bokeh of the lens produces that weird stroky effect.
    Learn something new everyday!
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    Lots of beautiful macro and flower shots.

    I recently got a few C-mount lenses through the B&S forum and got a chance to take the Zeiss Jena Tevidon 25/1.4 through a few test shots. It doesn't cover the entire frame but the vignetting helps with focusing the subject to the center. The swirly bokeh is also special. These were all adjusted with curves and a little unsharp mask only.






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    Quote Originally Posted by kirio View Post
    Lots of beautiful macro and flower shots.

    I recently got a few C-mount lenses through the B&S forum and got a chance to take the Zeiss Jena Tevidon 25/1.4 through a few test shots. It doesn't cover the entire frame but the vignetting helps with focusing the subject to the center. The swirly bokeh is also special. These were all adjusted with curves and a little unsharp mask only.
    Kirio, I have this lens too, but have not yet tested the bokeh. But I will this afternoon. Lovely images.

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    4x 2 pictures 3D with Lumix GH1/14-140

    http://www.megaupload.com/?d=F15SSJH0 1920x1080










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    Either you, your server, or my browser, has somehow swapped L and R on the 2 last pairs. The 2 first are OK (and I´m cross-eyed from trying to get it right. Think I need a whisky...)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Per Ofverbeck View Post
    Either you, your server, or my browser, has somehow swapped L and R on the 2 last pairs. The 2 first are OK (and I´m cross-eyed from trying to get it right. Think I need a whisky...)
    Yes - that is a good solution, but two whiskys may be better. I recommend Teachers. Just enough whisky that you can't tell left from right.:sleep006:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Per Ofverbeck View Post
    Either you, your server, or my browser, has somehow swapped L and R on the 2 last pairs. The 2 first are OK (and I´m cross-eyed from trying to get it right. Think I need a whisky...)
    All 4 pairs are "equal" - look right distance from right border.

    I think you should buy a Zalman Trimon 3D monitor

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    Hi heres three 'snaps' taken over the bank holiday weekend in Norfolk with a G1.

    The first was in Castle Acre Priory.


    These lilies were at Pensthorpe Wildfowl centre


    Also at Pensthorpe was a 'medieval' festival with different crafts, people dressed up etc.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Friedel View Post
    Seen on a market in Bergerac/France. E-P1 with kit-lens.



    Thanks for looking, Karl
    Fantastic picture!
    I just wondered if the colours are straight out of the camera or processed in Raw. They look great, really deep.

    Kind regards

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    Quote Originally Posted by hot View Post
    All 4 pairs are "equal" - look right distance from right border.

    I think you should buy a Zalman Trimon 3D monitor
    Well, look at the areas marked in blue.... I still prefer that whisky.

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    Quote Originally Posted by totallynatural View Post
    The first was in Castle Acre Priory.
    Matt, the way the shadow falls across her nose is a bit unfortunate , but I still love this shot!
    Last edited by JBurnett; 4th September 2009 at 06:08.
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    Was having lunch in our back yard when I noticed a couple of others setting up for lunch, too. G1 + Olympus 35mm macro, hand-held.



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    Quote Originally Posted by JBurnett View Post
    Was having lunch in our back yard when I noticed a couple of others setting up for lunch, too. G1 + Olympus 35mm macro, hand-held.


    Nice picture but, be careful, a lady was stung by a Northern Black Widow in Oakville a couple of weeks ago.
    Didn't know there was such a thing

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