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    One of my first few shots with the new 20mm f1.7........



    very hard to get shots of Nala because she wants to "come
    and get petted" right out of the frame......
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    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post
    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.
    Many people have the god-given quality to see humor in everything. It is a useful device to shield out the awful stuff that goes on in this world (my impression only)

    I long for the day when everything is funny for me - and I've seen a lot of life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hodad66 View Post
    One of my first few shots with the new 20mm f1.7........



    very hard to get shots of Nala because she wants to "come
    and get petted" right out of the frame......
    Now...that's sharp! You're off to a good start!
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    "Excuse me"

    Woodmancy: Nice "tucker shop" photo, and, thanks for the explanation.

    Now what's a "busker"? It turns out that they have their own website: http://www.pikemarketbuskers.org/busking.html

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

    Quote Originally Posted by hodad66 View Post
    One of my first few shots with the new 20mm f1.7........



    very hard to get shots of Nala because she wants to "come
    and get petted" right out of the frame......
    Wow, she's beautiful - lovely capture & thanks for sharing

    Cheers

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    It's nice to have a "native" fast lens for my birthday
    while I wait for my FD adapter to try my Canon glass.
    Great lens!
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    The camera was a Lumix L1 with an Olympus 25mm pancake lens


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    Quote Originally Posted by JBurnett View Post
    A few more inches and it could have been "Self portrait in tuck shop door window".
    John

    I worked on that image in one form or another for a few hours - and I've only just realized that 20% of me is in it !

    Thanks for that

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    The camera was a Lumix L1 with an Olympus 25mm pancake lens
    Wow. Terrific composition, Rick. I like the processing you've presented. However, seeing the faint reflection of the woman in the stair wall makes me wonder what a more detailed processing might look like.
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    Rick - the composition is really nice and then your processing on the shot with the toning at top and bottom make it work even better. I like it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick Waldroup View Post
    The camera was a Lumix L1 with an Olympus 25mm pancake lens

    http://www.pbase.com/rickwphotograph.../119836259.jpg
    excellent work, Rick! Very nice indeed.

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    I like it a lot. Wow--how different from viewing on my laptop screen a bit ago and now on my calibrated monitor. It was very nice but now I'd raise that 'very nice' up a notch for sure.

    Diane

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    Thanks to everyone for the kind remarks about the shot. This is at the Blanton Art Museum in Austin, Texas. I processed it through Lightroom (which Godfrey turned me onto over a year ago) and then ran it through Silver Efex for the B&W conversion, from which I then added a "coffee" tone to it.

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    Rick,
    I a have always fancied your work. This image is different.
    Very nice.....
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    Caught last week with my trusty G1 and standard lens. Some lucky soul fleeing Baltimore (like the Mayor?). Enjoy.
    Last edited by peterb; 24th March 2010 at 05:47.
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    12 sPIGots. No waiting. (Don't you wish all bars were like this?)
    Last edited by peterb; 24th March 2010 at 05:47.
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    glad to see you going "hog wild" with your camera....
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    Madeira

    G1 with Oly 9-18

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    One a a few first captures with the Tokina 90/2.5 Macro on the GF1

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    Yet another shot of my cat Nala BUTT this time



    using my new / old Canon FD 300mm 2.8 on the Cirrus adapter.
    It was overcast, getting late and I was shooting with a monopod.

    All in all I think that this whole legacy lens thing is going to be fun!!
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    Just flew into Virginia from California to visit colleges.
    E-P1 with 17mm f/2.8 at 1/2500s f/3.2 iso100

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    Devon,
    that is great. I think i have to book tickets as well....
    The clouds are wonderful
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    A shy kiss...

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

    Quote Originally Posted by kweide View Post
    A shy kiss...
    I don't think he is shy - lovely picture!

    Here is one from my Black Sea cruise: "Trabzon, Turkey"

    G1 with 45/200 zoom

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    Last edited by woodmancy; 6th December 2009 at 07:29.

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    Here is one from my Black Sea cruise: "Trabzon, Turkey"
    G1 with 45/200 zoom

    http://forum.getdpi.com/gallery/file...zon_turkey.jpg
    That's quite lovely, Keith! Great light and a beautiful layering and depth to the vista of the city in the background.

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    Waiting For A Plane


    Panasonic G1 + Olympus ZD 25mm f/2.8
    ISO 400 @ f/2.8 @ 1/40 second


    I was supposed to be out of town this weekend but couldn't go for various reasons ... but I've got airport duty to deal with anyway, which brought this photo back to mind as I worked yesterday.

    Comments always appreciated, thanks for looking.

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    Devon, Keith and Godfrey -- all these travel pics are giving me itchy feet.
    Best regards,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post
    That's quite lovely, Keith! Great light and a beautiful layering and depth to the vista of the city in the background.
    Thanks Godfrey

    The best way to get these images is of course from a ship. The long range from the zoom helps. The ships always leave in late afternoon, so you always get good and dramatic light. But, when you look at the raw images, they don't look exciting, it's only after processing that you can uncover the treasures.

    I love this idea of "sfumato", or creating distance by showing layers of different grey levels. The telephoto lens really helps to do this. In this case the layers are not grey, but I think the idea is still relevant. This light also puts highlights on the top of the hills, which also helps with the sense of distance.

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    Re: Waiting For A Plane

    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post
    I was supposed to be out of town this weekend but couldn't go for various reasons ... but I've got airport duty to deal with anyway, which brought this photo back to mind as I worked yesterday.
    That's very pretty Godfrey - lovely toning.

    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devon Shaw View Post
    Just flew into Virginia from California to visit colleges.
    E-P1 with 17mm f/2.8 at 1/2500s f/3.2 iso100
    Beautiful capture Devon, love the wing silhouette... and colour... very evocative!

    I've always really struggled with through the window airplane shots - this looks so clean!

    Cheers

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    G1 / Canon FD 300mm 2.8
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    That's a postcard image, IR. The Pana kit lens is great, isn't it?!?
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    That's a postcard image, IR. The Pana kit lens is great, isn't it?!?
    Thanks...

    Yes, I like the G1 a whole lot more than I thought I would before I bought it.

    Like the results folks are getting with the 20mm f1.7 - would love to have that lens, too.

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    One of my first few shots with the new 20mm f1.7........
    very hard to get shots of Nala because she wants to "come
    and get petted" right out of the frame......
    What a fine image!! Super sharp lens!! Congrats!!

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    Lumix G1 + Contax G Sonnar 90mm via Adapter.



    Season's Greetings!

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    "City Tree" & "Traffic Cones"

    Thanks for looking. Cheers.

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    context: http://godfreydigiorgi.posterous.com/186-sharped

    comments always appreciated, thanks for looking.

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    Godfrey, I've liked what I think of as your 'asphalt' series (perhaps this isn't a good series title, but I remember the various ones in this way) all along. Perhaps it has to do with the one small item that you bring to our attention in a flat plane of continuous textures and stains, but they invite me to look more.

    I forgot to mention how much I liked the airport image. Lots to capture my attention and further viewing there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diane B View Post
    Godfrey, I've liked what I think of as your 'asphalt' series (perhaps this isn't a good series title, but I remember the various ones in this way) all along. Perhaps it has to do with the one small item that you bring to our attention in a flat plane of continuous textures and stains, but they invite me to look more.

    I forgot to mention how much I liked the airport image. Lots to capture my attention and further viewing there.
    thanks Diane!

    my 'theme title' for these works is 'Ground Signs' ... likely not the title of the pieces I put together from the theme, but a working idea/concept anyway. :-)

    And thank you for the comment, and compliment!, on "Waiting For A Plane" too.

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    Hi -

    I had a meet-up with a fellow moderator (we both are mods over at WUS, the world's largest watch forum) and grabbed this with the 50 f2 macro lens:



    The only thing done to this was resizing... :-)

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    PS: 'twas mounted on the E30. What a lens!

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    Hi John..
    nice to meet you. My watch is Mühle Glashütte, its a Traveller model. Will never give it away.


    Okay

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    Hi John..
    nice to meet you. My watch is Mühle Glashütte, its a Traveller model. Will never give it away.

    Hi -

    Nice watch...

    This was taken immediately before that first photo, with the 12-60 and you can see that we had a few watches out:



    We mostly looked at Hamiltons that day (he had 4, I had 5 with me...).

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    Hi -

    And what the heck, this one was with my 35 macro (I have three macro lenses for the E series, the final one being a Leica 100 f4 on bellows) from before Thanksgiving...



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    A couple from yesterday, London St Pancras ice sculpture...

    E-P1 + 20mm f1.7
    1/80s f/2.8 at 20.0mm iso320


    1/80s f/2.8 at 20.0mm iso200


    1/80s f/2.8 at 20.0mm iso320


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    Nicely done Brian, the mix of B&W and the coloured ice sculptures.

    Kind regards, michiel

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    Great forum and so many wonderful photos posted. I have been on the fence for several months about buying into the MFD format, and seeing the photos here made me decide to order a G1, 14-45 and 20/1.7 last week.

    Normally I shoot 5D and L primes, but I'm very surprised and impressed by the image quality I get from G1, especially with the 20/1.7. I had planned to use G1 only as a P&S replacement, but I think it's going to see a lot more use than that... G1 with its articulating screen and the 20mm pancake are a joy to use!

    Here are some of my first images taken with the 20/1.7. They are basically test images, I guess, but I like how they turned out.










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    Quote Originally Posted by Helena View Post
    Normally I shoot 5D and L primes, but I'm very surprised and impressed by the image quality I get from G1, ../..
    A warm welcome to you Helena.
    Yes, quite a few of us who were/are used to full-frame cameras were/are also pleasantly surprised with this "not-so-little" format.

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    Thank you Michael! Tomorrow I'll go to the annual Christmas market here in town, and plan to bring G1 and my beloved 5D and 50/1.2L. Can't wait to see the result.

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