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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Mosley View Post
    Tullio, that first shot is simply stunning!

    Well Done, and thanks for sharing.

    Cheers

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    Thanks Brian!
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    What a beautiful image, Bruce! Did you use HDR processing?
    Hello Tuillo...

    Appreciate....

    No HDR, it's just RAW->TIF via silkypix then Photoshop to JPG.
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    Re: Fresh Snow - Colorado Springs...

    Quote Originally Posted by Infrared-IR View Post
    ...No HDR, it's just RAW->TIF via silkypix then Photoshop to JPG.
    Impressive. Perfect exposure and rich colors. What Film Mode did you use?
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    Impressive. Perfect exposure and rich colors. What Film Mode did you use?
    I always use "Nostalgic" but I thought that in RAW all color processing was occuring inside Silkypix? Is that a correct assumption?

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    The case of the 21mm Hexanon on the G1

    Lot's of talk about Leica M wide angle lenses not working well in the corners of the m43 format. So I went for a Konica-m43 adaptor instead and this was taken today with my 21mm f2.8 Konica Hexanon on the Lumix G1 camera. Looks like the wide angle hexanon's do okay in the corners?


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    Konica Hexanon 21mm f2.8? is that a rangefinder lens? I've got a 21mm f4... I thought that was the widest/fastest they went?

    The registration distance to the Hexanon AR fit lenses is quite a bit longer - I think that helps with the corner sharpness, all mine are fine.

    Nice shot by the way - looks like ideal conditions for landscapes!

    Cheers

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    Konica Hexanon 21mm f2.8? is that a rangefinder lens? I've got a 21mm f4... I thought that was the widest/fastest they went?

    The registration distance to the Hexanon AR fit lenses is quite a bit longer - I think that helps with the corner sharpness, all mine are fine.

    Nice shot by the way - looks like ideal conditions for landscapes!

    Cheers

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    Hello Brian...

    No, the Hexanon 21mm f2.8 was the last 21mm Konica produced for the SLR line. It's very small and compact compared to that earlier 21mm f4 lens. It takes 55mm filters. I also have a 24mm f2.8 with stops to f22 that is also very small and compact. There was a 24mm f2.8 with stops to f16 that was larger (but not as large as the 21mm f4).

    And agree that the longer registration distance makes all the difference in corner sharpness compared to the rangefinder lenses.

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

    Browsed through some ancient photos today, and found these.

    E-1 with OM 100mm f/2.8 @ f/2.8 and ISO800



    E-1 with OM 100mm f/2.8 @ f/2.8 and ISO800

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Browsed through some ancient photos today, and found these.

    E-1 with OM 100mm f/2.8 @ f/2.8 and ISO800
    E-1 with OM 100mm f/2.8 @ f/2.8 and ISO800

    Wow!! Impressive shots @ 800 with the E1 - very nice!!

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    Re: Fresh Snow - Colorado Springs...

    Quote Originally Posted by Infrared-IR View Post
    I always use "Nostalgic" but I thought that in RAW all color processing was occuring inside Silkypix? Is that a correct assumption?
    Yes, it is. Thanks for the info.
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    "Two more ferries"

    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Browsed through some ancient photos today, and found these.

    E-1 with OM 100mm f/2.8 @ f/2.8 and ISO800

    E-1 with OM 100mm f/2.8 @ f/2.8 and ISO800
    Jorgen: Nice color and light. Malaysian ferry boats are more colorful then ours.

    Would you believe that I took these photos on Tuesday and I was about to post them! Cheers.

    1. GH1; 14-140mm; 32mm; 1/1250s@ f/5.6; ISO 100


    2. GH1; 14-140mm; 32mm; 1/400s@ f/8; ISO 100


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    Monarch butterflies
    G1 and Olympus 50 f/2 macro




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    G1, 45-200

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    Very nice images you all!!!
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    Sony and Cher on Amatuer Night...

    Lumix G1 with the Konica Hexanon 50mm f1.7

    1/800th, f1.7 @ 800 ISO:


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    Sony and Cher on Amatuer Night...
    I see Cher has had another nose job ...

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    G1 and Konica Hexanon 85mm f1.8

    This was taken at my daughters' high school...

    I am very pleased with the G1 and my Hexanon fast primes. This one taken with the Hexanon 85mm f1.8

    1/640th f1.8 @ 800 ISO


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    I took the G1 down the hill to the ponds this gray afternoon & shot these three pics.


    1.




    2. My battery was down to one bar & the flash would not fire on forced flash for this badly back-lit wasp nest.




    3.

    Panasonic G1 & GF1 bodies, Panasonic 14-45, 45-200mm, various Minolta, Pentax, Canon FD, M39 & M42 mount lenses.

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    [QUOTE=Ron Evers;158495]I took the G1 down the hill to the ponds this gray afternoon & shot these three pics.



    2. My battery was down to one bar & the flash would not fire on forced flash for this badly back-lit wasp nest.



    Ron

    My kind of bokeh on number 2 - which lens?

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    45-200 Keith @ ISO 100, f8 & 1/100. It is my walk-about lens as I shoot mainly nature/wildlife. In retrospect I should have opened the lens to maybe f4.5.
    Panasonic G1 & GF1 bodies, Panasonic 14-45, 45-200mm, various Minolta, Pentax, Canon FD, M39 & M42 mount lenses.

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    One from today with the 14-140:

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Ron Evers View Post
    45-200 Keith @ ISO 100, f8 & 1/100. It is my walk-about lens as I shoot mainly nature/wildlife. In retrospect I should have opened the lens to maybe f4.5.
    No - it is great as it is.

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    Sunset today at the Sutro Baths

    GH1 w/ 14-140
    32mm f8 8 seconds (amazing the people stood still!)

    Last edited by Terry; 21st November 2009 at 19:49.

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    [QUOTE=TEBnewyork;158573]Sunset today at the Sutro Baths

    GH1 w/ 14-140
    32mm f8 8 seconds (amazing the people stood still!)

    I agree... 8 seconds is a long, long time.... Thanks again for the phone call and info on the GF1.

    Seeing this photo reminds me how much I need another vacation. Damn Pacific just won't leave me alone.
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    Hi Jim,
    It is an amazing city where you can shoot urban street life one minute and have unbelievable landscape shooting a minute later. It was an amazing sunset and I converted to B&W ....I do have some color shots I need to work on.

    As I said and I think you can gather from this forum, the GF1 + 20mm is just a blast to use. I think it has surprised some people as to just how much they like the combo. Coming from the d-lux3/d-lux4 you will be able to use it blindfolded.
    What we didn't really talk about is how easy it is to nail focus with your M lenses.
    Now to find you one.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by TEBnewyork View Post
    Sunset today at the Sutro Baths

    GH1 w/ 14-140
    32mm f8 8 seconds (amazing the people stood still!)

    Love this one---astounding your people stood still, but they really add a lot to the photo, so glad they did.

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    Thanks Diane,

    If you look closely there is at least one more person in the shot. My original intent when I got there was to head all the way down. When I pulled into the parking lot and saw how many people were down below, I didn't bother. Eventually the "crowd" thinned, but it was too late to head lower. Now I know why a lot of photographers go there for sunrise instead!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TEBnewyork View Post
    Sunset today at the Sutro Baths

    GH1 w/ 14-140
    32mm f8 8 seconds (amazing the people stood still!)

    That's a superb image Terry!

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    Beautiful light, and the way the three people are appreciating the side of the light really makes it for me. Fantastic photograph Terry.
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    Hi Terry, thank you for this shot. It really makes me feel I'm there. Just great.

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    Wall hanger. Stunning
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    Lovely capture Terry, well done and thanks for sharing.

    Cheers

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    Thanks everyone,
    As soon as I converted it to B&W I got really excited. My printer will finally arrive in San Francisco sometime in December and this one is definitely on the list to print.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TEBnewyork View Post
    Sunset today at the Sutro Baths
    Late to the party, but please add my compliments to the list. Very nice image!
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    That is stunning-- the sort of shot I would only think about attempting with my D700 or LF (long exposures of water), great to see what the gear can do in the right hands.

    And now I'm homesick for my misspent youth in the Bay Area.

    It's going to make a beautiful print, Terry.

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    Probably one of my favorites from the EP1 - shot with the Oly 14-54 MKII lens and adapter. (I REALLY with that Oly would release a version of this HG lens or the 12-60 for the m4/3 format!!!)
    Thanks for looking,
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    Quote Originally Posted by TEBnewyork View Post
    Sunset today at the Sutro Baths

    GH1 w/ 14-140
    32mm f8 8 seconds (amazing the people stood still!)

    Gorgeous photo, Terry. Well done! I've seen some amazing shots from the GH1. I read in other forums that the GH1 has a different sensor than the G1 (apparently larger?!? - I always thought the m4/3 Pana system used the same sansor).
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    Oly E510 + Zuiko 70-300mm

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    [QUOTE=TEBnewyork;158573]Sunset today at the Sutro Baths

    GH1 w/ 14-140
    32mm f8 8 seconds (amazing the people stood still!)

    Great photograph! Love the way the wall levels with the sea!
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    Here are a few of my first shots from adapted lenses on my GF1.
    Included are wide open samples from Pentax FA*80-200/2.8, FA*24/2 &Tokina 90/2.5 macro.

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    I've missed visiting this thread for a while... Lots of beautiful images.

    Here are a few from a Sunday visit to Napa. Taken with Oly E-P1 + Pany 14-140mm







    and one from the previous Sunday in Yountville:



    Have a great Thanksgiving week everyone and keep the photos coming!

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    Hi,

    I put my newly acquired focusing rail, this one http://go.avforums.com/?id=223X354&u...3D350269627645, to test in a pano shoot in Brussels.

    I was very happy with the result, the stitch came out very clean, no need to correct ghosts .... anymore.

    Here's the miniature version :



    and the full res (27 MB) can be downloaded here :

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    That looks great Rafael, just waiting to download the full size pic for a good look!

    Not much light here today, I'm afraid... still - doing my best

    E-P1 + 20mm f1.7
    1/30s f/5.6 at 20.0mm iso200


    ...and another one - must get back when the light improves.

    E-P1 + 20mm f1.7
    1/250s f/2.2 at 20.0mm iso200


    Kind Regards

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    Recently received the Novoflex Nikon - M43 adapter...must be improved from those previously mentioned as all of my Nikors fit and it is not overly tight.

    A couple of pics from the 85 1.4



    Another 85 1.4 at F2



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    These are a little longer with the 300 F4

    Inside



    Outside through a metal fence visible as out of focus blur at bottom quarter of capture.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Mosley View Post
    That looks great Rafael, just waiting to download the full size pic for a good look!

    Not much light here today, I'm afraid... still - doing my best

    E-P1 + 20mm f1.7
    1/30s f/5.6 at 20.0mm iso200

    ...and another one - must get back when the light improves.

    E-P1 + 20mm f1.7
    1/250s f/2.2 at 20.0mm iso200


    Kind Regards

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    Brian - very evocative pictures of the English countryside - so colourful and sharp. Makes me want to move back home.

    I have the Oly 17mm/2.8. Is it worth me getting the Panasonic 20mm? - you are producing wonderful images with it.

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    Hi Keith,

    I'm just revisiting some 17mm f2.8 raw files with Capture One 5 PRO, and with the 'Analyze' CA correction option and distortion correction, I'm much happier with it... however, the 20mm f1.7 is beautifully sharp and has fairly negligible distortion/CA.

    In short, yes - I'm very happy with the 20mm f1.7...

    Cheers

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    comments always appreciated, thanks for looking.

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    Hi Godfrey,

    I'm not sure that square framing works too well for this one... it feels too 'tall' - nice capture though.

    It seems improved by cropping a little off the top.

    Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers

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    Hi Godfrey,
    I like this and I'm not usually one for selective color. Here it really makes the shot. Was this all (or mostly) done in Lightroom by with the brush tool?

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