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    Re: Barista

    Thanks for the comments!

    Quote Originally Posted by TEBnewyork View Post
    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?
    Thanks Terry. This one was rendered entirely in Lightroom (other than the border and annotation, which is automated with a PS script post-export).

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    I agree with both Terry and Brian and would go a step further...crop some of the bottom as well. If fact, I'd say crop more of the bottom than the top. The color you chose worked well with this composition.
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    Re: Fun with 4/3rds cameras/ Image Thread

    Funny Tullio I just posted about the shot at DPReview when someone said crop it. Here is what I wrote:

    "I quite like the dark space at the bottom right because it balances the sign on the top left and they "cancel" each other out leading you back the Barista. If you take out the bottom I think the sign and the Barista compete."

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    I'd either crop a little off the top, or leave it as is... I'm finding the square framing is growing on me - maybe just one of those images you have to spend time to get comfortable with. Not a bad thing.

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    Reading


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    Made this one on Sunday ... I think it was my first exposure with Terry's lens ... and wasn't watching the aperture so it ran too long an exposure.

    That said, even with the camera movement flaws, I like the picture. :-)

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    Re: Reading

    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post
    That said, even with the camera movement flaws, I like the picture. :-)
    As do I.

    But soft, what light through yonder macro breaks?
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    Beautiful image Godfrey......
    Would make a great print.

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    The softness really seems appropriate to the image though. I like both this and the barista shot. Her toning seemed to just flow into the mono toning--and I love the toning of both of these (repetitious on that toning LOL--but maybe this way--- her somewhat--to me--desaturated coloring seemed to just flow into the mono toning. And--I do love the warmed mono toning of both of these).

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

    Godfrey,
    I like the original barista framing and I love the glow and framing of the second photo. It might not be technically perfect, but it is beautiful.

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    re: barista & reader

    Thanks for all the comments!

    Regards the cropping on the barista ... if square was a problem because it seemed too tall, you'd not want to see the original: it was a vertical composition.

    While I liked that, it didn't rest my eye as well as it did in the viewfinder, and the square achieved the aesthetic I was after. :-)

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

    Thanks for looking. Cheers.

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    Little bird house. G1 + 45-200mm

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    Lovely shot, Tullio, an already in SantaClaus colours

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    Re: barista & reader

    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post
    Thanks for all the comments!

    Regards the cropping on the barista ... if square was a problem because it seemed too tall, you'd not want to see the original: it was a vertical composition.

    While I liked that, it didn't rest my eye as well as it did in the viewfinder, and the square achieved the aesthetic I was after. :-)
    The horizontal lines that intersect the right edge of the image, form a number of "golden ratios" that would get compromised with cropping.

    Lovely image

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    Quote Originally Posted by f6cvalkyrie View Post
    Lovely shot, Tullio, an already in SantaClaus colours

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    Thank you, Rafael. Indeed, the colors do fit the season (but it was unintentional)!
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    Anyone for a bike ride with me



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    From a new project I am working on titled, "Dream City".

    The camera was a Lumix L1 with the Leica 14-50 zoom.


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    First time to walk around with my GH1 & my old Minolta M-Rokkor 40f2 lens. The images with this combination are pretty nice and the little Minolta lens is definitely a keeper on my GH1.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick Waldroup View Post
    From a new project I am working on titled, "Dream City".

    The camera was a Lumix L1 with the Leica 14-50 zoom.
    I quite like this picture. The silhouettes work real well with the overall composition.
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    Quote Originally Posted by slau View Post
    First time to walk around with my GH1 & my old Minolta M-Rokkor 40f2 lens. The images with this combination are pretty nice and the little Minolta lens is definitely a keeper on my GH1.
    It's probably coincidental that the first pics you posted with this lens are B&W. However, I find that the G1, along with this 1970's lens, has me thinking B&W a lot more than I ever did with my Canon DSLR.

    Yeah, I know, it's all in my head.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JBurnett View Post
    It's probably coincidental that the first pics you posted with this lens are B&W. However, I find that the G1, along with this 1970's lens, has me thinking B&W a lot more than I ever did with my Canon DSLR.

    Yeah, I know, it's all in my head.
    John,
    It is just because of the subject matter and the sky are almost monotone, and I felt it is more appropriate to present them as monotone. Plus, I am still basically a B/W shooter deep down .
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    From this morning - a pretty grey, overcast day... but the sun usually peeks through if you can catch it!

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    Well, it looks like you caught it, Brian. IMO, some of the nicest landscape pictures are from when the sun peeks through the clouds forming patches of light and shadow. Pretty countryside.
    Tullio

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    Damp out this morning ... colors were nice.



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    enjoy!

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    since I took up this hobby 2 years ago when I bought my L10 I have been shooting more of Nature. Here are a couple of shots to share.
    Thank you for looking and appreciate your C&C.

    cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Mosley View Post
    From this morning - a pretty grey, overcast day... but the sun usually peeks through if you can catch it!

    E-P1 + 20mm f1.7
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    "Bah! Humbug!"

    First Santa of the season for me. The Salvation Army Santa with the credit card machine didn't count. GF1 with 20mm f/1.7 lens. Cheers.







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    Pre christmas time is China weeks time

    Teak woan...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ricseet View Post
    since I took up this hobby 2 years ago when I bought my L10 I have been shooting more of Nature. Here are a couple of shots to share.
    Thank you for looking and appreciate your C&C.

    cheers

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    Hi ricseet - stunning shots! Thanks for sharing.

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    Hi Don, Thank you for viewing and your ind comments.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kweide View Post
    Pre christmas time is China weeks time

    Teak woan...

    Is that the word for chocolate truffle? Yummy!
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    Its chinese for "Take one"
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    Quote Originally Posted by kweide View Post
    Its chinese for "Take one"
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    Believe me its not the food... its the girls....
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    "Peek-a-boo"

    Thanks for looking. Cheers.

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    Popcorn!



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    "Windows and Reflections"

    This used to be my "Tuck Shop." In those days it's windows were full of sticky buns. My school was just around the corners. Got me off to a bad start in weight control.
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    "The term "tuck", meaning food, is slang and probably originates from such phrases as "to tuck into a meal". It is also closely related to the Australian English word "tucker", also meaning food. A tuck shop typically sells confectionery finger-food, such as sweets, crisps, fizzy drinks and so on. In recent years, there have been moves to change to a wider variety of "healthier" foods. In Australia, where the tuck shop will typically be the only source of bought food at the school/club, the menu is more substantial and is more similar to the school dinners provided by the British government." . . . . . . Wikipedia


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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    "Windows and Reflections"
    A few more inches and it could have been "Self portrait in tuck shop door window".
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    No, its not yours !

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    Re: Popcorn!

    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post


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    Comments always appreciated, thanks for looking. :-)
    It's a bit overexposed

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Mosley View Post
    It's a bit overexposed
    I have absolutely no idea what you might think is funny about that, Brian, or what it is supposed to mean.

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    It's because the image attached to post #1836 is 'not currently available' from flickr.

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    Quote Originally Posted by monza View Post
    It's because the image attached to post #1836 is 'not currently available' from flickr.

    ... and that results into a white square. A little bit overexposed....
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    Re: Fun with 4/3rds cameras/ Image Thread

    a moonshot from tonight



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    redux: Popcorn!

    Quote Originally Posted by monza View Post
    It's because the image attached to post #1836 is 'not currently available' from flickr.
    Well, why couldn't he just freekin' say that?

    The original I posted last evening looked bad when I viewed it this morning. I found the problem ... I rendered and posted the wrong file. Doh! I removed the bad one.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post
    Well, why couldn't he just freekin' say that?
    ...and breathe

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    Re: redux: Popcorn!

    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Mosley View Post
    ...and breathe

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    Brian, you nasty little boy......shame on you and you nasty humor
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    Re: redux: Popcorn!

    It's not worth trying to have a conversation with jokers. Everything they say is always "just a joke".

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    Nothing wrong with humour Godfrey.

    Kind and gentle humour I mean, nothing nasty intended... have a wonderful day

    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Mosley View Post
    Nothing wrong with humour, Godfrey.
    That would be something like your "Kind Regards" eh?

    Humor is fine. But when someone posts an image and it isn't visible, you can either be a wiseacre and make a joke, or you can say, "I don't see the photo, is the link correct?". I guess everything is just funny to you.

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