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

    Quote Originally Posted by Helena View Post
    This thread is really impressing and inspirational.

    One from my first day with G1 and 20/1.7. It's basically a test shot, but I like how it turned out. It's a JPG straight from camera, only resized.
    I am really inspired by your shot. Well done.

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

    I love it too, Helena - wonderful colour.

    If this is a test shot, let's see the real thing

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    Short day trip North to La Conner, Washington, to do some Christmas shopping. Thanks for looking. Cheers.
    Nice captures, Matt. I like the B&W approach. Pretty tough holding those highlights on days like that!
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    GF1 + 45mm Macro (20mm lens, D-Lux 4, and case pictured.)
    I love the look of leather.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Helena View Post
    It's basically a test shot, but I like how it turned out.
    Me too. Wonderful, rich colour.
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    Winter arrived over night....



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    G1 Hexanon 50mm f1.7 John-Alex Mason

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    Bravo Bruce!

    Thanks for sharing

    Cheers

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    Bravo Bruce!

    Thanks for sharing

    Cheers

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    Thanks, Brian...here is another, with the Konica Hexanon 100mm f2.8 -
    John-Alex Mason playing his home made guitar (it's main body is a large antique cigar box). The home made instrument is in keeping with the traditions of the Genre that he works in: "Delta Blues".


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    My first shots with my G1

    I shot a few objects from my home office, just to get the feel of the camera. I have been shooting since my first Kodak Retina (a hand-me-down from my father) These are North Carolina tobacco (perhaps snuff) jars from the 18th - 19th century. And, my paperweight I hope you like.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JBurnett View Post
    Nice captures, Matt. I like the B&W approach. Pretty tough holding those highlights on days like that!
    John: Thanks. Yeah, that's a problem (as you can see). Here's one from that same day that adds a few more problems. I still like it (warts and all). Cheers.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Helena View Post
    This thread is really impressing and inspirational.

    One from my first day with G1 and 20/1.7. It's basically a test shot, but I like how it turned out. It's a JPG straight from camera, only resized.

    My goodness Helena........what a beautiful capture. Keep shooting!!!

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    From a quick stroll this afternoon, E-P1 with 17mm, and a little Lightroom juice

    Best wishes
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Woods View Post
    From a quick stroll this afternoon, E-P1 with 17mm, and a little Lightroom juice

    Best wishes
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    Awesome! Love this image Mike, Well Done!

    Cheers

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    Some seasonal stuff.
    Berlin, G1.
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    More with the E-P1. I love this camera for its portability, and it means I'm taking more pics now, which must be a good thing?




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    From today's afternoon walk with the GF1+Konica AR 40mm f/1.8.




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    Great pictures!!! Mike, I really like the shot of the gate...awesome colors! You guys can post much quicker than I can comment! This thread is indeed inspirational!
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    I agree..great shots Mike

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    a few from today and the EP2 and Lumix 20 1.7






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    1st shot with the Panasonic 20mm f1.7 Lens:

    Cripple Creek Colorado:


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    Tullio and Lisa - Many thanks for your comments.

    Lisa - the detail in those is amazing! I don't have that lens yet but it's on my wish list. Can I ask what aperture you used for these?

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    I had a nice walk in the woods on Boxing Day, took the E-620 + ZD 14-54mkII for a change, a lovely combination of power and portability... all developed from raw using DxO Optics Pro v6 - very impressed with the image quality with no fuss.

    I adjusted the shadow richness and reduced for web using Lightzone.

    E-620 + ZD 14-54mkII
    1/40s f/5.6 at 54.0mm iso200


    1/15s f/5.6 at 14.0mm iso200


    1/40s f/5.6 at 14.0mm iso200


    1/20s f/5.6 at 36.0mm iso200


    Merry Christmas!

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

    Quote Originally Posted by LisaR View Post
    a few from today and the EP2 and Lumix 20 1.7
    Lisa, those are gorgeous. What a beautiful place. Was there a strong wind in the first photo, or did the tree just fall that way?

    Brian, love the last one. Makes me feel cold though!

    Here's one from yesterday with the GH1 and Lumix 7-14, ISO 1000, 7mm, 1/30s, f/5:


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    I haven't visited this thread for a good while. Just too many really lovely photos to comment on all--but consider that you all have given me pleasure to view. Just really nice shots all.

    Diane

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    Quote Originally Posted by LisaR View Post
    a few from today and the EP2 and Lumix 20 1.7
    I find this one especially appealing. Wonderful image, Lisa.
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    Thanks all for the kind comments.

    Mike these were all at 2.8

    Amin, the tree is that way because it is on the bluff right on the coast and the winds that blow in off the ocean have made it grow that way, it was not windy when I was there though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LisaR View Post
    Amin, the tree is that way because it is on the bluff right on the coast and the winds that blow in off the ocean have made it grow that way, it was not windy when I was there though.
    Amazing.

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    Decided to correct the perspective distortion in the above shot:


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    [QUOTE=Amin;169061]Decided to correct the perspective distortion in the above shot:

    Looks nice but you lose a lot of the angle view in the correction. I 'expect' super wide angles to stretch things...think I like the uncorrected version better.

    Cheers...

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    Audience


    Panasonic G1 + 20mm f/1.7
    ISO 100 @ f/2 @ 1/500 second
    context: http://godfreydigiorgi.posterous.com/210-audience

    comments always appreciated, thanks for looking!

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    Re: Audience

    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post

    Panasonic G1 + 20mm f/1.7
    ISO 100 @ f/2 @ 1/500 second
    context: http://godfreydigiorgi.posterous.com/210-audience

    comments always appreciated, thanks for looking!
    Great picture - with a story. Remove the person in the corner and it loses a lot.
    The geometries of the setting and overall composition are top notch.

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    Re: Audience

    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post

    Panasonic G1 + 20mm f/1.7
    ISO 100 @ f/2 @ 1/500 second
    context: http://godfreydigiorgi.posterous.com/210-audience

    comments always appreciated, thanks for looking!
    I always read your context notes. Enjoyed the story--and as I read it I wondered if the 2 musicians were thinking of the story of Joshua Bell playing in the metro in DC and no one stopping or listening (as they smiled at each other).
    http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn...040401721.html

    I like the image as is without knowing the context, but it did add more to it for me.

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    Thanks, Keith and Diane!

    Quote Originally Posted by Diane B View Post
    I always read your context notes. Enjoyed the story--and as I read it I wondered if the 2 musicians were thinking of the story of Joshua Bell playing in the metro in DC and no one stopping or listening (as they smiled at each other).
    http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn...040401721.html

    I like the image as is without knowing the context, but it did add more to it for me.
    That's a great story.

    It was really a grand moment. The music was beautiful, I wished I had my sound recorder with me, it's on loan this week. I've got to start carrying it more often...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Mosley View Post
    I had a nice walk in the woods on Boxing Day, took the E-620 + ZD 14-54mkII for a change, a lovely combination of power and portability... all developed from raw using DxO Optics Pro v6 - very impressed with the image quality with no fuss.

    I adjusted the shadow richness and reduced for web using Lightzone.

    E-620 + ZD 14-54mkII
    1/40s f/5.6 at 54.0mm iso200

    1/15s f/5.6 at 14.0mm iso200

    1/40s f/5.6 at 14.0mm iso200

    1/20s f/5.6 at 36.0mm iso200

    Merry Christmas!

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    Brian: These are really beautiful. Thanks for sharing. Cheers and Happy New Year.

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    Panasonic G1 + Olympus G.Zuiko 70mm f/2
    ISO 200 @ f/4 @ 1/200 second
    context: http://godfreydigiorgi.posterous.com...ment-and-light

    comments and thoughts always appreciated, thanks for looking!

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    Rainclouds

    G1 + Chinon 35-70mm macro

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    Hidden Forest


    Panasonic G1 + Olympus G.Zuiko 70mm f/2
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    This was my original concept/vision of the scene that became the diptych I posted yesterday.

    Comments always appreciated, thanks for looking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post
    This was my original concept/vision of the scene that became the diptych I posted yesterday. Comments always appreciated, thanks for looking.
    For me, the diptych has much more visual appeal. I like the human element (nice timing on the stride), the "there/not there/where's she going?" thing that happens, and I prefer the B&W.
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    Wow, great pictures everyone!

    Here is a few from me:






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    a few shots from walking my dog today..not bad for a $125 lens (Oly 40-150) with the EP2






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    Quote Originally Posted by LisaR View Post
    a few shots from walking my dog today..not bad for a $125 lens (Oly 40-150) with the EP2

    http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2649/...c8fe05a5_o.jpg

    http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4007/...cc139640_o.jpg
    Very nice, Lisa! A bit punchy on the rendering, at least on my monitor, but obviously a good performance by photographer, lens and camera. :-)

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    thanks Godfrey..I was going for a more colorful look

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    Street Guitar


    Panasonic G1 + Konica Hexanon AR 40mm f/1.8
    ISO 1000 @ f/1.8 @ 1/100 second

    Visited the Santa Cruz Pacific Garden Mall last evening. It was delightfully warm and comfortable out, the cafes and shops were full of people and there was lots of street musician activity. This guy was a kick, he played his guitar with gusto and was hopping all over the place.

    comments always appreciated, thanks for looking!

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    A return to color.

    Olympus E-P1 with Canon Serenar 85mm f/2.0 LTM


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    Excellent capture Devon,

    thanks for sharing

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    Embrace.



    G1 + Chinon 35-70mm macro
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    Took the dog out for a hike at a local beach. There was a storm comings and the dark skies contrasted nicely with the bright ice plants which were VERY colorful

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    Quote Originally Posted by LisaR View Post
    Took the dog out for a hike at a local beach. There was a storm comings and the dark skies contrasted nicely with the bright ice plants which were VERY colorful
    Gorgeous shots. Thanks for sharing (although you've made me enviable of where you live!)
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