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    Yes, love that sign shot! lovely sharp shots too ric

    A couple from this afternoon, E-P1 + 20mm f1.7

    1/200s f/8.0 at 20.0mm iso200


    1/100s f/8.0 at 20.0mm iso200


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    Michael, Thanks.

    Ric, Very nice photos. It looks like you're having fun. That's a very versatile lens. Cheers.

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    Thank you Driscoll and yes I am having fun with the GH1. Pity the 14-150 mm tends to miss focus on the m4/3 bodies for tiny subjects with busy background compared to my L10. I like the cam enough to put up with that.

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    Michael, Thanks.

    Ric, Very nice photos. It looks like you're having fun. That's a very versatile lens. Cheers.

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    Hi Driscoll, I think that I resolved the miss focus problem by turning on the Pre-Focus. It may not be as fast as normal shooting but it certainly locked into focus for my type for shooting faster. At least there is no more blur images compared to earlier and images are now all in focus despite very busy background - a bouquet of flowers with tiny white flowers and small leaves with orchids. Challenging subjects and glad that it worked out great.

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    Thank you Driscoll and yes I am having fun with the GH1. Pity the 14-150 mm tends to miss focus on the m4/3 bodies for tiny subjects with busy background compared to my L10. I like the cam enough to put up with that.

    cheers

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    Hi Brian, nice set of landscape pics as usual. Love the color tones and the framing. I enjoyed the previous set of the Green trees from the EP1 as well.

    Thank you for your feedback. Enjoying the GH1 more than the G1. For the first weekend I was pretty disappointed becos initially the colors were muted compared to the L10. Got round that by shooting +1 or 2/3 EV.

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    Hello Folks...new to this board. Just got a Panasonic G1:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Infrared-IR View Post
    Hello Folks...new to this board. Just got a Panasonic G1:

    Welcome to the forum Bruce, that's a beautiful landscape to start with! thanks for sharing

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    Out and about with the GF1, here are a few images:

    First, can you guess what city I'm in? ():


    Here's a big hint (Note that I am playing around with a new processing technique with this image):




    Some of the local remaining color, though most was gone:





    Another with the new CS process technique:
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    Some more, just having fun with the GF1:




    And some more using the alternative process "B":


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    Bring me home some real lobster and some Italian sausage bud
    Photography is all about experimentation and without it you will never learn art.

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    Here you go Bud! BTW, processing these on my MBP, so hope they're coming through okay...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    Here you go Bud! BTW, processing these on my MBP, so hope they're coming through okay...
    I'm looking at this just before my breakfast, and it's driving me crazy.
    Jack, can you send one up by USPS, soon.

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    Of course the only place where that shirt can clearly be on display is Boston!

    Hope you are having fun!

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    Madeira - early morning.

    G1 with 45-200

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    It looks like the GF1 is doing a good job for you, Jack. These are all very nice. The door shot really stands out for me.
    Enjoy Beantown!

    Keith, That is a beauty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    It looks like the GF1 is doing a good job for you, Jack. These are all very nice. The door shot really stands out for me.
    Enjoy Beantown!

    Keith, That is a beauty.
    Cindy - we are missing you over in the bokeh thread, I'm sure you have many more in your collections (see your posts 120 and 121 over there)

    Thanks

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    "The Lava Lounge and penthouse residences"

    Across the street from my office in the Belltown Neighborhood of Seattle. Always entertaining. Cheers.

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    From this past Halloween

    The camera was a Lumix L1 with various lenses

    Zombies!!!






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    Matt, I love that Lava Lounge shot.

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    Panasonic GF1+Kit lens.
    Walking on the seaside:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick Waldroup View Post
    Matt, I love that Lava Lounge shot.
    Rick,

    Thanks. I think I saw your zombies go in there last Saturday! Great portraits. B & W's lovely. Cheers.

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    "Animal Act: Amazing Trained Felines"

    The cats are doing a very convincing job of looking bored. They sit on the perch; he pets them; people talk to him and give him money to "support the cats". ???? Seattle's Pike Place Market. Cheers.

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    'Open'...

    Lumix G1 14~45mm 'Open' sign's shadow projected onto 'mostly closed' blinds:


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    Infrared-IR: Nice sign. I like the way the "slices" of color add depth. Cheers.

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    A small series of a run-down villa in Suna/Lago Maggiore. E-P1 with Kit-Lens









    Thank you for looking

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    Great pictures, Karl.
    They truly remind me of paintings. Lots of atmosphere.

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    Wow, you all inspire me, wonderful stuff everyone!

    Here's a few from last weekend with G1 and my new 14-140. Apalachicola, Florida. Mid day light, so nothing too special, but I had fun playing with it.










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    Nice Joan. I like Appalachicola area--we were there just prior to TDay last year--froze. We didn't expect it to get below freezing and one morning I went out to shoot the shrimpers with gloves, fleece jacket, sweater, etc.--and David actually went back to the car LOL--and we're used to cold weather.

    The 14-140 looks as though its quite nice on the G1 also. Did you consider getting the GH1 and selling the G1--or did you just decide to stick with the G1 and buy the additional lens? (I guess LOL).

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    Thanks, Diane. Yep, decided to go with the "one lens solution" for ease of grab and go! I have no real interest in video, so was fine with just getting the lens for my G1. Got a pretty good deal on it on eBay from a guy who bought the GH1 and had no use for the lens.

    Apalachicola is a very cool little town! Despite living here in Tallahassee for over 10 years, this was our first visit. Had lunch in a neat little place ("Tamara's Bistro" or Tamara's Cafe" - one or the other, lol). We went out to the estuarine labs nature preserve, but didn't see any animals or birds beyond a few squirrels and a crow or two. The light was really flat, so not good for photography but a fun walk around on the boardwalk that goes out over the marshes. Definitely want to go back.
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    Matt, the shot of the cats just cracked me up because it reminded me of a cat we owned a few years ago. He looked just like the cat standing up in your shot. I hated that cat....

    Many years ago, my wife came home with a new kitty. I dubbed him Darth Vadar. He hated me. Whenever the wife was gone, he became the feline from hell.

    One day, when my wife went shopping, I threw his silly *** out the door. I stood there and laughed at him through the window.

    Later that day, after my wife returned and let him back in, I went to get in my new, two-day old truck. The little freak had taken a dump right on the hood of my new truck. He knew exactly what he was doing.

    From that day on, it was WW III between he and I. If ever there was a cat with nine lives, it was him. I know. I tried killing him on many occasions, but to no avail. He would always show back up, laugh at me as he walked in the house and then he would promptly plant his fat butt in my wife's lap. She drooled and cooed over that cat like a baby. All the while, he sat there looking at me defiantly, mocking me.

    There were times I actually thought about strangling him with my bare hands, but I was worried it might freak the children out.

    The day he died of natural causes, I threw a party in my head. Only I, was invited to dance the dance of the victorious. While others around me wept, I sat there with a maniacal grin on my face, much like Anthony Perkins at the end of the movie "Psycho". My wife knew what I was thinking and she never forgave me for the way I treated Mr. Snuggles.

    R.I.P in you little bastard.

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    There were times I actually thought about strangling him with my bare hands ...
    These three kindly lend us "their" bed at night ...


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    You have my sympathy, Michael....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick Waldroup View Post
    Matt, the shot of the cats just cracked me up because it reminded me of a cat we owned a few years ago. He looked just like the cat standing up in your shot. I hated that cat....

    Many years ago, my wife came home with a new kitty. I dubbed him Darth Vadar. He hated me. Whenever the wife was gone, he became the feline from hell.

    One day, when my wife went shopping, I threw his silly *** out the door. I stood there and laughed at him through the window.

    Later that day, after my wife returned and let him back in, I went to get in my new, two-day old truck. The little freak had taken a dump right on the hood of my new truck. He knew exactly what he was doing.

    From that day on, it was WW III between he and I. If ever there was a cat with nine lives, it was him. I know. I tried killing him on many occasions, but to no avail. He would always show back up, laugh at me as he walked in the house and then he would promptly plant his fat butt in my wife's lap. She drooled and cooed over that cat like a baby. All the while, he sat there looking at me defiantly, mocking me.

    There were times I actually thought about strangling him with my bare hands, but I was worried it might freak the children out.

    The day he died of natural causes, I threw a party in my head. Only I, was invited to dance the dance of the victorious. While others around me wept, I sat there with a maniacal grin on my face, much like Anthony Perkins at the end of the movie "Psycho". My wife knew what I was thinking and she never forgave me for the way I treated Mr. Snuggles.

    R.I.P in you little bastard.
    Please don't misunderstand this as an offense but I must say that this sounds rather insane to me. Hey - it was just an cat. Probably you were the one who hated him from day one and he just reacted. Because that's what animals do. React. Other then humans they don't hate anybody for no reason. They just want to live their lives.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DonParrot View Post
    Please don't misunderstand this as an offense but I must say that this sounds rather insane to me. Hey - it was just an cat. Probably you were the one who hated him from day one and he just reacted. Because that's what animals do. React. Other then humans they don't hate anybody for no reason. They just want to live their lives.
    I was being sarcastic.

    I can assure that I never tried to kill a cat....

    However, the part about the cat taking a dump on my truck is very true.
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    Hi Joan,
    Glad the 14-140 is working out. It is rather convenient! This lens plus the fast 20mm is a great combo for all four of the m4/3 bodies. So people think it is big for the GF1/Pen but I just hold it by the lens and all is OK.

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    Hi Terry,
    Thanks, I am really pleased with it. I don't feel like I've taken an IQ hit at all by swapping the 14-45 and 45-200 for it. It is a little bulkier on the camera, but just like you, I was holding the lens cradled in my left hand when walking around and hardly noticed it. Love being able to zoom from fairly wide to tele without having to change lenses. Lazy me!

    Now I just have to decide which will be my next acquisiton when I have saved up some money - the 45 macro or maybe the little Olympus 9-18 when it comes out. (Or a GF1 body to go with the 20, would like that, too!)
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    At this time this thread has had 66,666 views

    Is it my computer, or is it time to celebrate

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    One weird looking environment

    Ontario was described by Reichman of Luminous Landscape as being "unphotogenic" in Winter so most of us shoot in the summer months. Outside the cities, Ontario Canada is mostly coniferous forests. This is an example of unusual terrain not seen much.
    The Badlands in Cheltenham. G1 with kit lens.


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    Quote Originally Posted by RichA View Post
    Ontario was described by Reichman of Luminous Landscape as being "unphotogenic" in Winter so most of us shoot in the summer months. Outside the cities, Ontario Canada is mostly coniferous forests. This is an example of unusual terrain not seen much.
    The Badlands in Cheltenham. G1 with kit lens.
    Only 45 mins from my house, and I knew nothing about it. Starting to pack a picnic

    Thanks Rich

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    That would NEVER cross my mind as being in Ontario. No context (or is that a human back on the upper left?) to know what these are actually like--but they sure are interesting.

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    Here is a shot that show how the Rokkor 40 f2 image looks when shot with the GF1.
    Last edited by barjohn; 26th June 2010 at 22:27.
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    These three kindly lend us "their" bed at night ...
    m3, is the guy in the middle a Bengal?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diane B View Post
    That would NEVER cross my mind as being in Ontario. No context (or is that a human back on the upper left?) to know what these are actually like--but they sure are interesting.
    They are humans, kind of gives some scale to the scene. The mounds are dirt, soil that is compacted and eroding. The grey-green areas are shale layers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick Waldroup View Post
    I was being sarcastic.

    I can assure that I never tried to kill a cat....

    However, the part about the cat taking a dump on my truck is very true.
    I wasn't going to comment about your cat "issues". Thanks for the clarification. I bet that cat on the perch can't be stared down. Our cat can give me a withering look of disdain on occasion that reminds me who's in charge. Cheers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by barjohn View Post
    Here is a shot that show how the Rokkor 40 f2 image looks when shot with the GF1.
    The Rokkor is mounted on my camera more and more often. Maybe it's all in my head, but images from the Rokkor seem a little less "digital" in character.



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    John, I like both of these, but the first is one of those shots of mundane subjects that appeals to me--for rather inexplicable reasons-- but I can go back and enjoy it over and over.

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    John,
    I like both of these as well. I can't really pinpoint why the second one appeals to me (color/patterns/angle of view) but I've relooked at it several times there is something interesting there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick Waldroup View Post
    The day he died of natural causes, I threw a party in my head. Only I, was invited to dance the dance of the victorious. While others around me wept, I sat there with a maniacal grin on my face, much like Anthony Perkins at the end of the movie "Psycho". My wife knew what I was thinking and she never forgave me for the way I treated Mr. Snuggles.

    R.I.P in you little bastard.
    Hi Rick
    Well, I really sympathise . . .Mr Snuggles has been reincarnated as an Abyssinian called Echo. This time around she is even more subtle, but she hates me like poison. She uses her feet (nicely muddied) as weapons, favorite targets are:

    the cloth hood of my car - especially just after it's been washed . . muddy footprints up the bonnet, hairs woven into the hood, muddy footprints down the back.

    Photographs - Print it and leave it on the printer for more than 3 milliseconds and she'll be there leaving her mark.

    it's not just me either - she attacks the other two cats (one of whom is her daughter) on sight.

    Even more sinister, when my wife is around she behaves as if butter wouldn't melt in her mouth.

    here is a recent character study - shot with the EP1 and the 45 macro:



    here is a much older picture of her sucking up to a chicken . . . you can see by the chicken's expression that SHE has no illusions:


    (I think this might have been taken with an Olympus E10 - so apologies)

    Just this guy you know

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