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

    Quote Originally Posted by Diane B View Post
    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.
    Quote Originally Posted by TEBnewyork View Post
    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.
    Thank you both, very much. The few photos that eventually make it to the walls in my home are all "quietly interesting", rather than those that "demand" attention because they are so visually striking.
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    Re: Fun with 4/3rds cameras/ Image Thread

    Great work John,

    E-P1 + 20mm f1.7
    1/200s f/6.3 at 20.0mm iso200


    Kind Regards

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    Only 45 mins from my house, and I knew nothing about it. Starting to pack a picnic

    Thanks Rich

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    I never knew about it until about 3 months ago either!

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    Re: guy in the middle

    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    m3, is the guy in the middle a Bengal?
    HER name's Missie and she is (was) a stray I picked up when she was just 3 weeks old and bottle fed back to life but unfortunately she'll always stay as small as she is in the picture - but not to worry; I've passed on the compliment

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    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.
    Well, then, you know exactly what I was describing, don't you?

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

    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post

    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)
    THIS IS OUTSTANDING!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    THIS IS OUTSTANDING!!!
    Super Duper eh?
    Well, we all have our moments, and this one was a long time ago . . .

    I've got one with a deer and a pheasant somewhere as well

    Just this guy you know

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

    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Super Duper eh?
    You know I can change that back for you if you prefer...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    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)
    My nemesis (also an Abyssinian) Aberystwyth, Abby for short. I'm lucky she lets me live and share the house. OK to take her photos as long as it's not for monetary gain. Cheers.

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

    I've been avidly watching this thread since I joined. The quality of the images posted is outstanding; so much so, that I've been reluctant to post here.
    But, since the topic drifted to cats, I can't help myself.

    Taken while on vacation at Lago Maggiore, Italy this past May; with the G1 and 45-200 zoom at 200 mm, ISO 400.



    cheers
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    Re: Lago Maggiore Cat

    Quote Originally Posted by sangio View Post
    But, since the topic drifted to cats, I can't help myself.
    A handsome moggy there Santo. I can't help myself either so here's the meaning of "Bliss":


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    Oooh, I am loving all the kitty pictures! I have been catless for such a long time (husband has allergies) and miss them for all of their cunning and crazy ways.

    Santo, you don't have to worry ... they let me post pictures here and I am the worst photographer on the forum!
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    Maybe you have failures with Chicadees but you seem to have done an adequate job with this Nuthatch

    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.[/QUOTE]

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

    Quote Originally Posted by mschlapfer View Post
    Maybe you have failures with Chicadees but you seem to have done an adequate job with this Nuthatch

    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.
    [/QUOTE]

    That was what I said and that was why I posed an image of a Nuthatch. But, it seems all viewers think the Nuthatch is a Chickadee, and I did not have the heart to correct them .
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    Re: Fun with 4/3rds cameras/ Image Thread

    A HDR image with Photomatix Pro and 7 bracketed images:



    Our downtown with the Canadian Rockies in the background



    Both images were shot with GH1 + 14-140 kit lens on tripod.
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    Quote Originally Posted by slau View Post
    A HDR image with Photomatix Pro and 7 bracketed images:

    Our downtown with the Canadian Rockies in the background

    Both images were shot with GH1 + 14-140 kit lens on tripod.
    Stephen,

    Beautiful photos and processing. I just had dinner with my niece, her husband, and two boys, who live in Calgary. I told them that I'd been seeing some great photos by a photographer from Calgary. Thanks for posting. Cheers.

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    I do like a nice cat shot. This is Kris. He is very old and doesn't do much. This is as active as he gets unless he is eating and as he is really a furry pig, that doesn't make for a good photo...



    Olympus E-P1 with Olympus OM 200mm f/4 at minimum focus distance of 2.5m. An oldie but a goldie.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by slau View Post
    A HDR image with Photomatix Pro and 7 bracketed images:
    I am not normally a fan of HDR images, but for some reason the mood in this one works for me -- good job!

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    Finally able to process a Raw file from the GF1 in a program I like.
    Photography is all about experimentation and without it you will never learn art.

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

    Here are a few shots with EP-1 and various lenses.

    VC Nokton 1.1



    Leica 35 Lux




    Leica 24 Elmarit




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    A few more:

    Leica 35 Lux



    Olympus 17 2.8



    VC Nokton 1.1



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    Finally:

    VC Nokton 1.1



    Thanks,

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    My comment on the Panasonic G1:

    Is that my Olympus 4/3 cameras are better at clean sharp JPG's but if your willing to work via RAW, the G1 definitely delivers:



    Olympus 'new kit' 40~150 lens on the G1 via the Panasonic 4/3->m43 adaptor.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by docmoore View Post
    Here are a few shots with EP-1 and various lenses.

    VC Nokton 1.1
    Leica 35 Lux
    Leica 24 Elmarit
    Olympus 17 2.8

    Bob
    Thanks for posting these, Bob. While one can glean a few things about these lenses from your posted pics, I wouldn't mind hearing any impressions you might have. For example, do you see any of the corner smearing that others have mentioned with "wide" m-lenses? Is there any noticeable "haze" to wide-open shots? What's your impression of the Olympus 17?

    [Not that I'm going out to buy a 35 Lux anytime soon, you understand ]
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    Quote Originally Posted by JBurnett View Post
    Thanks for posting these, Bob. While one can glean a few things about these lenses from your posted pics, I wouldn't mind hearing any impressions you might have. For example, do you see any of the corner smearing that others have mentioned with "wide" m-lenses? Is there any noticeable "haze" to wide-open shots? What's your impression of the Olympus 17?

    [Not that I'm going out to buy a 35 Lux anytime soon, you understand ]
    John,

    You are correct that the wide lenses have a reputation for softness in the corners relating to the 4/3 chip...I trend not to shoot many subjects that in reality would be affected by this. My other systems are locked down on tripod mirrorless or mirrorup when I am looking for absolutely rigid perspective and sharpness corner to corner.

    However I must say that I was pleasantly surprised at just how well the M lenses seem to work on the m4/3 system ... the character of the lens does come through as the files handle light and color so well. Almost all of these pictures were taken in marginal light with fairly slow shutter speeds...the in body IS is such a nice feature. I will take some time to try wide open when an opportunity avails with the Lux and the Nokton...I also want to mount this on a monopod to check sharpness with and w/o IS. I really have little work to do in post to make these files presentable. Colors seem very close to what I visualize and while dynamic range may be a bit lacking compared to some sensors I have little problem working with the files. I do tend to be conservative with regards to blowing out highlights.

    There is very little haze - I assume that you may be referring to lack of microcontrast - with the Leica lenses. While the VC Nokton is known as a sharp lens with moderate contrast it appears to work very well on this system. I do correct in post for low contrast with vibrance in raw and localized contrast unsharp masking in final with very mild capture sharpening. This is done as an action for the files and I use it for the majority of the Olympus EP-1 captures but it is not an aggressive sharpening.

    The Olympus 17 is a nice walk around lens but I believe that the Pan 20 may be a better choice as it is faster and reputedly a bit better corrected. At the moment that lens is very hard to find and I will wait for a month or two before I pick one up.

    The EP-1 was a lark for me...I had hesitated selling off my M lenses and took the VC Nokton into the store and was stunned at how easily I could manually focus with the EP-1. Now that I have fine tuned the system to eliminate some of the screens it is very efficient to manually focus...zoom to fine tune capture and return to a screen with cross hairs to correct for horizon and vertical lines.

    In short... what a pleasant camera for semi serious stuff. Looks like I can clear out a couple of my small PS's over the next few weeks.

    with regards,

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    Finally able to process a Raw file from the GF1 in a program I like.
    Guy, beautiful photo. Which "program" do you like? Cheers.

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    Pike Place Market, Seattle. Cheers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Guy, beautiful photo. Which "program" do you like? Cheers.

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    One person picked up on that , you folks need to pay attention more. Let's say I use it daily with my MF system. I'm in beta here

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    Here is a 200mm shot from the 45-200 at 5.6 . So basically a 400mm
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    I like both of those Guy. Both really need to be opened up to largest size to enjoy.

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    Thanks Diane actually my first day with the camera
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    Man... you guys have me hooked on this format. First because I can now use my Leica M wide angles. Secondly the images posted are incredible. Thirdly it will be a great carry everywhere camera.

    BTW I purchased the E-P1 and a couple of Panosonic lenses this week.

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    Congratulations Greg.

    Guy - those shots are beautiful...

    A couple from the school run this morning.

    E-P1 + 20mm f1.7
    1/400s f/5.6 at 20.0mm iso200


    E-P1 + 20mm f1.7
    1/500s f/5.6 at 20.0mm iso200


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    Brian,

    I am beginning to think you should be banned from this forum for life. There is no question that your posts are informative (and perhaps largely enthusiastic about things you like) and your photos are great but (and this is the reason to keep you out) you live in a very beautiful area. That makes it very unfair for the rest of us. How do we compete with the rolling hills and grand vistas? The question always comes up in my mind - is it the photographer or the equipment or is it just the endless opportunities?

    Anyway - great photos over the past few weeks and especially those with the 20 1.7. While I am sure all the factors combine I will acknowledge the photographer is always the key factor.

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    Thanks Jim (I think! )

    it's great to share our blessings with friends all over the world - I love to see the images posted here from Japan, America and all parts of Europe... one day, I hope to travel widely with photography.

    Cheers

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    As opposed to Brian, I WALK, don't RUN. And it's an URBAN walk.





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    [QUOTE=JBurnett;154849]As opposed to Brian, I WALK, don't RUN. And it's an URBAN walk.

    And your images are very nice indeed. Well seen and photographed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JBurnett View Post
    As opposed to Brian, I WALK, don't RUN. And it's an URBAN walk.





    John, just lovely--esp. the second and third. Just well seen and nicely composed .

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    John, well seen and the frames really set these off nicely too!

    Thanks for sharing.

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    Thanks, everyone. The third scene did catch my eye. The grate was a vertical fence and I'm not sure what was holding the leaves in place. No wind to speak of. A bit of magic, I guess.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Mosley View Post
    Thanks Jim (I think! )

    it's great to share our blessings with friends all over the world - I love to see the images posted here from Japan, America and all parts of Europe... one day, I hope to travel widely with photography.

    Cheers

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    I'm pretty sure he meant that as a compliment. Your landscape photos are a treat for us urban rats. Keep posting. Cheers.

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    Hello, Playing around the high ISO feature of the GH1 to crack up the shutter speed to take pics of bird in flight. Managed to captured these with f9, s1/1600, ISO 1000.








    C&C are most welcome

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    "The view from my parking lot"

    There were no cars parked in front of the Lava Lounge, and, it was, strangely enough, a beautiful day. Eventually, I'll have photographed it with every camera and lens that I own. Cheers.

    1. GH1; 14-140mm; 70mm; 1/250s @ f/5.8; ISO 100


    2. GH1; 14-140mm; 70mm; 1/250s @ f/5.8; ISO 100

    3. GH1; 14-140mm; 32mm; 1/250s @ f/7.4; ISO 100


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    ricseet: Awesome bird shots! I'm assuming that was with the 14-140mm lens? Cheers.

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    Hi Driscoll, shot these with the 14-150mm. I have not bought the 14-140mm yet.

    thanks for your kind comments/

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

    Hi Ric,
    I just put two and two together. Didn't realize that you posted over here. As I mentioned before. Wow on capturing (and having the patience to capture) these birds. Bravo.

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    Hi Ric - great shots! .

    Thank you for the pleasure.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by ricseet View Post
    Hello, Playing around the high ISO feature of the GH1 to crack up the shutter speed to take pics of bird in flight. Managed to captured these with f9, s1/1600, ISO 1000.
    #1 is such a wonderful capture. And the three work well as a series.
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    Terry, thank you for the kind words and yes I just posted these here today to share. It does take lots of lots of patience. I am on to nature birds and insects. So I get to learn from the rest of you doing landscapes and street. I have always enjoy your images of the famous Orange Bridge.

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    Don, thank you for your kind comments and glad that you like them.

    cheers

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