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    The Moment

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    Strikes me, m3, that you are the kind that waits for the moment.
    Thank you Keith. This was a local politician (the one with the "fingers") who seemed also quite deft at seizing the moment while others were clapping


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    I have some from Italy, Lago Maggiore

    E-P1 with Panaleica 14-150





    and another nice place to spend some time (with Panasonic 20/1,7)



    Thanks for looking, Karl

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

    I went to Upper Antelope (slot) Canyon at Page, Arizona today. I used my G1 for part of the time and it did a fine job. I was using the Pen-F 20 f/3.5 at f/8. Terry suggested that I take the G1 and it was a good choice. The articulating lcd really worked out well in the canyon.





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    Hi Cindy,
    These look good. Glad it worked out. Color also looks good.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    I went to Upper Antelope (slot) Canyon at Page, Arizona today. I used my G1 for part of the time and it did a fine job. I was using the Pen-F 20 f/3.5 at f/8. Terry suggested that I take the G1 and it was a good choice. The articulating lcd really worked out well in the canyon.




    Hi Cindy,
    These images are simply gorgeous! Great lighting and excellent composition!

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    Quote Originally Posted by slau View Post
    Thank you, Matt.

    Both shots were taken with the lens wide open. It was after sunset and I was shooting under the soft light for landscape. Actually I was shooting with my Canon 1DMk3 + 24-105L. All of a sudden the owl appeared from no where and I think we actually surprised each other. I dropped my Canon and started shooting with my GH1 fast and moving to the owl very very slowly (indirect approach + stop-and-go) from over 15 ft away. My Canon long tele was in the car and I did not want to take the chance to go back to my car. The owl was very 'friendly' to allow me to get within 6 ft but he was watching me very closely. I paid lots attention to his body movement to avoid too much stress on him. I think both shots are uncropped. The EXIF of those two shots are:

    1/6s f/5.8 at 91.0mm iso1000
    1/10s f/5.8 at 140.0mm iso1000

    I should add that both shots were taken with my camera mounted on tripod, and used the 2 sec timer to minimize camera shake.
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    Re: Fun with 4/3rds cameras/ Image Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    I went to Upper Antelope (slot) Canyon at Page, Arizona today. I used my G1 for part of the time and it did a fine job. I was using the Pen-F 20 f/3.5 at f/8. Terry suggested that I take the G1 and it was a good choice. The articulating lcd really worked out well in the canyon.
    Terrific! It's nice to see such fine shots out of the G1.
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    A few more from my recent trip to Vancouver Island. All images were taken with GH1 + kit lens 14-140. As it practically non-stop pouring rain when I was out there, I used my Canon weather proof camera/lenses most of the time and only used my Panasonic when it was not raining too heavily.











    The GH1 is definitely a nice walk around system. Now, I will use it more with the 20f1.7 for both stills and video. My G1 will be used as back up only.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    I went to Upper Antelope (slot) Canyon at Page, Arizona today. I used my G1 for part of the time and it did a fine job. I was using the Pen-F 20 f/3.5 at f/8. Terry suggested that I take the G1 and it was a good choice. The articulating lcd really worked out well in the canyon.
    I can never get tired of looking at the Upper Antelope Canyon shots. I have been there three times already and probably will visit again net year.

    Nice work, Cindy. I assume that it was not too busy when you were there as it was off season.

    It is funny to see your third shot that is cropped almost identical to my 1998 shot with 6X6 film:
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    Re: Fun with 4/3rds cameras/ Image Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    I went to Upper Antelope (slot) Canyon at Page, Arizona today. I used my G1 for part of the time and it did a fine job. I was using the Pen-F 20 f/3.5 at f/8. Terry suggested that I take the G1 and it was a good choice. The articulating lcd really worked out well in the canyon.




    Hi Cindy, what a gorgeous location! did you consider doing HDR for any of these shots? not to produce those horrible OTT HDR images, but to get more dynamic range in a perfectly suitable subject...

    I would have used PhotoAcute and Lightzone to get the best possible tonal range on these - fantastic compositions! and Terry's right - the articulating screen on the G1 is a godsend.

    Cheers

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    I went to Upper Antelope (slot) Canyon at Page, Arizona today. I used my G1 for part of the time and it did a fine job. I was using the Pen-F 20 f/3.5 at f/8. Terry suggested that I take the G1 and it was a good choice. The articulating lcd really worked out well in the canyon.




    Very nice Cindy. Honestly we went there on our last workshop and shot with MF and it was tough to do. Terry's suggestion is a great one with the 4/3rds camera's and the articulating G1 is a great choice. Next time I'm going in with a 7-14 and GF1 on a monopod. Make it so much easier with all the people in there.
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    Terry, Thank you. I started out at one end of the Canyon with my Fuji S5 and big zoom on my tripod. I thought the Fuji would be the clear winner because of its ability to capture DR. I was bracketing and it was getting to be impossible to frame, focus and get the shot as the Canyon got busier. I took your advice and put the Fuji away and used the G1 for the rest of the time. Unfortunately, I sold my 14-45 lens with my first G1 and am waiting to acquire the 7-14 and 14-140, so I only had a fixed focal length. It was the 20mm Pen F (I used it in preference to my 20 f/1.7 since manual focus works best in the dark areas.) My G1 photos are really superior to my Fuji shots because I was able to frame more accurately. Thanks for the good advice Terry and Jack.

    Leica77, Thank you my friend.

    Stephen, Your Vancouver Island shots are beautiful and bring back memories of a wonderful trip there. We are hoping to go there again next year.
    I would love to have shot film, but it was my first time in Antelope and I was trying to keep it simple.

    Brian, Thank you. I have not tried HDR. I bracketed many of the shots that had a lot of DR. I am in a motel on my little laptop, so I will work these again at a later date and hopefully print a couple.

    Guy, Thank you. The monopod is a great idea. When the Canyon got busier, I was basically using my travel tripod as a monopod. The articulating display on the G1 was really a lifesaver. I can't wait to go back again next year.

    The good thing about going this time of year is that there are less people. Unfortunately, there were no light shafts yesterday.

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

    "Fall Leaves 95"

    G1 with Nikkor 55/3.5

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    "Fall Leaves 95"

    G1 with Nikkor 55/3.5

    Keith

    I like it!

    Thanks Keith,

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

    Me too

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    Photograph #999,878 of the Sign

    Well, it is a nice sign. Cheers.

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    Hi Cindy, very nice set of images and lovely color tones and framing. Looks like you had a great time.

    cheers

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

    Coffee, anybody ??



    G1 with kitlens 14-45 @ 45mm

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    A Gingko coffee, it seems. *grins*

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    "Fall Leaves 95"
    G1 with Nikkor 55/3.5
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    I like this very much. There's beauty in death and decay, too.

    The shot below has gotten a little removed from what I picked in the garden -- a dead leaf from a peony bush.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JBurnett View Post
    I like this very much. There's beauty in death and decay, too.

    The shot below has gotten a little removed from what I picked in the garden -- a dead leaf from a peony bush.

    Beautiful!

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    I also like this picture - a beautiful framre, by the way - but from a philosophical point of view I'd firmly contradict the theorie that there is beauty in death and decay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DonParrot View Post
    - but from a philosophical point of view I'd firmly contradict the theorie that there is beauty in death and decay.
    Hmmm. Let me rephrase that... there CAN be beauty in death and decay? Not that I go looking for it specifically, you understand. But sometimes I just happen across it.





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    My $5 lens.

    It's an odd beast. Wollensak Television Raptar (C-Mount), 1.79" (1.79 ???), f1.5, coated optics. The focus scale is a linear scale from 0-9, with 0 being "to infinity and beyond" and 9 at about 18-inches.

    A couple of shots at infinity and 18".





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    Quote Originally Posted by JBurnett View Post
    Hmmm. Let me rephrase that... there CAN be beauty in death and decay? Not that I go looking for it specifically, you understand. But sometimes I just happen across it.





    To be honest, I don't see any beauty in the first two Pictures, J. They just give me the creeps.

    Quite obviously, we have to accept death as the final destination of life - but I'd never shoot an empty shell that once was inhabited by a soul and was beautiful, then.

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    I like the dead fish pic - unusual.

    Thanks for sharing

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    Re: Beauty

    Quote Originally Posted by JBurnett View Post
    There's beauty in death and decay, too.
    Yes and no. Much as I like your presentation, I don't agree with the fish shot as being beautiful - apart from your excellent black and white rendering and the framing you use to portray your work. I have, however always said that there's beauty in dead trees for instance and yes, the fallen leaves wedged up against the rock in the water do have their value as you've pictured them but give me a majestic oak that no longer brings forth leaves each spring and there'll be something there still.

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    Don & Michael, my wife agrees with you two completely. She has no idea why I took these, doesn't like looking at them, and thinks I must sometimes be someone other than the person she married.
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    Finally I have caught up to my image processing and here are a few shots taken recently.

    Panasonic DMC-GH1 ,Panasonic G 14-140
    1/20s f/13.0 at 48.0mm iso100


    Panasonic DMC-GH1 ,Panasonic G 14-140
    1/125s f/16.0 at 32.0mm iso100


    Panasonic DMC-GH1 ,Panasonic Lumix G 14-140 mm
    1/6s f/13.0 at 41.0mm iso100


    Panasonic DMC-G1,Panasonic G 14-140 mm
    1/200s f/5.8 at 140.0mm iso400


    Panasonic DMC-G1 ,Panasonic G 14-140 mm
    1/160s f/7.1 at 140.0mm iso400


    I have to accept that my Panasonic G1/GH1 are not designed to capture fast moving birds like Chickadee, based on my personal technique and experience, as proved by my own failure.
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    Stephen,
    These are all beautiful. My favorite is the buck, but the Chickadee looks good, too. I guess we can't expect to do too much small bird photography with this equipment, but you have proven that some wildlife photography is possible. I have this lens coming this week, and can't wait.

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    After a week off I had to buckle down and do some work this week. Just getting back to this thread. Lots of new great stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JBurnett View Post
    I like this very much. There's beauty in death and decay, too.

    The shot below has gotten a little removed from what I picked in the garden -- a dead leaf from a peony bush.

    Wow!

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    Stephen,

    Beautiful photographs. The chickadee looks pretty good; but, I think you're right about fast moving birds. I think you need to be shooting 1/1000s or faster and the panasonic teles aren't fast enough. You're landscape shots are stunning. Thanks for sharing. Cheers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JBurnett View Post
    Don & Michael, my wife agrees with you two completely. She has no idea why I took these, doesn't like looking at them, and thinks I must sometimes be someone other than the person she married.
    Hi John, I somehow can understand your point of view but prefer the one of you wife. *grins*
    Have a great weekend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slau View Post
    Finally I have caught up to my image processing and here are a few shots taken recently.

    Panasonic DMC-GH1 ,Panasonic G 14-140
    1/20s f/13.0 at 48.0mm iso100


    Panasonic DMC-GH1 ,Panasonic G 14-140
    1/125s f/16.0 at 32.0mm iso100


    Panasonic DMC-GH1 ,Panasonic Lumix G 14-140 mm
    1/6s f/13.0 at 41.0mm iso100


    Panasonic DMC-G1,Panasonic G 14-140 mm
    1/200s f/5.8 at 140.0mm iso400


    Panasonic DMC-G1 ,Panasonic G 14-140 mm
    1/160s f/7.1 at 140.0mm iso400


    I have to accept that my Panasonic G1/GH1 are not designed to capture fast moving birds like Chickadee, based on my personal technique and experience, as proved by my own failure.
    Hi Steven, thank you for this stunning shots of an impressive piece of nature!
    And I also had to accept that the mFT cameras' AF currently isn't fast enough for action pohotography. It's a true pity as it means I will have to purchase a second system - but there you go...

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    Stephen -- a fabulous part of the country, and your photos capture it so well.
    Best regards,
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    Happy Holloween!

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    A hardcore urban ride. No gears; almost no brakes. Thanks for looking. Cheers.

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    Re: "Fixie"

    Quote Originally Posted by turbo View Post
    Happy Holloween!
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    Happy Halloween indeed! What a great spider.

    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    A hardcore urban ride. No gears; almost no brakes. Thanks for looking. Cheers.
    Yeah, fixie's seem to be all the rage these days. At my age and physical shape I need all the help that gears can provide (especially for the hills).

    In 1987, my wife and I and another couple went cycling for three weeks in the Netherlands. We'd taken our North-American-style 15-speed touring bikes (with the "granny" gears) and wore our helmets; the Dutch children thought we were hilarious. One day, however, we met head winds so strong that we were actually using the granny gears on the flats of Holland. Fast walking speed at best. I knew that it could get windy in the Netherlands, but didn't know it could get THAT windy! That evening we managed to tune into an English-language radio station and heard all about the HURRICANE in Britain. We'd been cycling into the tailwinds of that!
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    John,

    I'm with you. Gears make it possible for me to still mountain bike! Cheers.

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    This rainbow appeared for about 90 secs today... luckily I had the E-P1 + 20mm f1.7 to hand

    E-P1 + 20mm f1.7
    1/800s f/6.3 at 20.0mm iso200


    ...the weather was so changeable, I wish I'd had more time to stick around for just the right conditions...

    E-P1 + 20mm f1.7
    1/400s f/6.3 at 20.0mm iso200


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    Stephen Lau was with me at Calgary's Inglewood Bird Sanctuary on my birthday 30Oct09 and you can see his work in this thread above.
    I used the new Lumix Leica 45mm f2.8 on a GF1 to shoot Stephen with the chickadee and the two deer that Stephen put in front of me. Thanks Stephen.

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    Ive been interested in figuring out how camera manufacturers display demo images for high ISO that look so clean. To that end well, I got a little carried away with it in post processing, nothing all that extreme or any cheats mind.
    anyway here are some E3 images at ISO3200 shot RAW, developed to .tiff in LR2.4, completed to jpeg PSPver9.

    E3 1/8000th sec, F2.8, ISO3200, 50mm


    E3 1/8000th sec, F2.8, ISO3200, 50mm

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    A couple (well, three actually... make that four ) more captures from the school run home this morning...

    E-P1 + 20mm f1.7
    1/10s f/8.0 at 20.0mm iso200


    E-P1 + 20mm f1.7
    1/1000s f/6.3 at 20.0mm iso200


    E-P1 + 20mm f1.7
    1/500s f/8.0 at 20.0mm iso200


    E-P1 + 20mm f1.7
    1/100s f/5.6 at 20.0mm iso200


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    All were shot with a Lumix L1 with various lenses


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

    Rick, I love your B&W work... especially the flea market vendor, fantastic tonality

    Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers

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    Thanks, Brian, for the very kind words.

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    Brian: What a bummer! No Starbuck's, traffic snarls, or road rage on your "school run home". Beautiful countryside and photos. Thanks for posting. Cheers.

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    Hello, I want to thank a few of you that I consulted about buying the GH1 and I appreciate your recommendations. The second shipment came in and managed to buy a Gold body as another customers wanted just th kit lens last friday. Spent the weekend getting to know the cam and here are some images to share that I took over the last 3 days. All in cam settings were set to Standard default. Raw files were converted with Silkypix using all Standard default settings as well. I hope the images comes thr , if not sorry and you can view them at Flickr:

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/ricseet...7622725285402/


    My friend Elf informed me that he viewed the image at 300% and guess what he saw in the kid's eyes ---












    C&C are most welcome

    thank you for viewing

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    Re: Photograph #999,878 of the Sign

    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Well, it is a nice sign. Cheers.

    GH1; 14-140mm; 19mm; 1/200s @ f5.6; ISO 100


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    Very well seen, great picture. Congrats
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