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    Love them Lisa. I'm not sure which is my favorite. At first I thought the first--but now can't decide. Just beautiful--and I'm with John--envious of your part of the world right now (starting tonight we're to have the coldest stretch of weather in a decade LOL--cold for us, anyhow).

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    Quote Originally Posted by JBurnett View Post
    Gorgeous shots. Thanks for sharing (although you've made me enviable of where you live!)


    thank you..I am indeed lucky to live here and remind myself of that every time I am out shooting

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diane B View Post
    Love them Lisa. I'm not sure which is my favorite. At first I thought the first--but now can't decide. Just beautiful--and I'm with John--envious of your part of the world right now (starting tonight we're to have the coldest stretch of weather in a decade LOL--cold for us, anyhow).

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    Thank you so much Diane. I do not envy you folks with the snow at all...I cringe when we get cold rain LOL, although you do get to take the cool winter scenary shots that I do not. Fortunatley the rain we are having tonight is a bit warmer so I was able to take a few shots tonight when we went to dinner..I will post them in a minute...this camera really is all I could ask for.

    Keep warm!!

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    Went out again this evening for dinner and took a few shots in the misty evening..I love the EP2 and Lumix 20 together.

    Bay Bridge Harbor



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    a little fun in the bookstore


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    Wow Lisa, I love all the photos you posted.

    Mike, the tree shot is beautiful and I like Brian's "woods" series too.


    Quote Originally Posted by PeterB666 View Post
    I am really inspired by your shot. Well done.
    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    I love it too, Helena - wonderful colour.

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

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    Quote Originally Posted by JBurnett View Post
    Me too. Wonderful, rich colour.
    Quote Originally Posted by Rich M View Post
    My goodness Helena........what a beautiful capture. Keep shooting!!!

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    Thank you all very much! The light is gorgeous this time of year when the sun comes out, and it has been out a lot this winter. Today the sky is clear blue and it's -19C (-1F).

    I called it a test shot because I was doing the "serious" shooting with 5D and only brought G1 to try it out, but when I got home I was happily surprised to see that its image quality was much better than I had even hoped for.

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

    [QUOTE=LisaR;170368]Went out again this evening for dinner and took a few shots in the misty evening..I love the EP2 and Lumix 20 together.
    QUOTE]

    Really nice serie! Like the fun bookstoreshot too.
    Great advertisement for this lens. All handheld?

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    Went out again this evening for dinner and took a few shots in the misty evening..I love the EP2 and Lumix 20 together.
    QUOTE]

    Really nice serie! Like the fun bookstoreshot too.
    Great advertisement for this lens. All handheld?

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    Thank you Michiel..yes all handheld

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    [QUOTE=LisaR;169782]a few shots from walking my dog today..not bad for a $125 lens (Oly 40-150) with the EP2

    Both outstanding Lisa!!

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    [QUOTE=LisaR;170368]Went out again this evening for dinner and took a few shots in the misty evening..I love the EP2 and Lumix 20 together.

    Wow!! All great! Love the B&W and Streets of Gold!!!!

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    Has anyone noticed how many threads there are devoted to IMAGES??? That's one of the reasons I love this forum--plus its just congenial, knowledgable--and such great folks. But--to pull up new posts for all the forums and see it filled with image threads from all the camera systems--wow!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LisaR View Post
    Went out again this evening for dinner and took a few shots in the misty evening..I love the EP2 and Lumix 20 together.
    Well you seemed to have walked right through my neighborhood (Brannan and Delancey). These look great.

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    Thanks everyone

    Diane I agree..it is a really nice group here and great that you can see so many images from such varied lenses and cameras, it really shows you what these little gems are capable of.

    Terry...you live in a great neighborhood such great atmosphere for shooting..we should meet up one day

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    Quote Originally Posted by LisaR View Post
    Thanks everyone

    Terry...you live in a great neighborhood such great atmosphere for shooting..we should meet up one day
    Would love to....will send you a PM!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diane B View Post
    Has anyone noticed how many threads there are devoted to IMAGES??? That's one of the reasons I love this forum--plus its just congenial, knowledgable--and such great folks. But--to pull up new posts for all the forums and see it filled with image threads from all the camera systems--wow!!
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    Moon Over Cafe Pergolesi


    Panasonic G1 + Lumix G 20mm f/1.7
    ISO 1000 @ f/2 @ 1/15 second

    comments always appreciated..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post

    Panasonic G1 + Lumix G 20mm f/1.7
    ISO 1000 @ f/2 @ 1/15 second

    comments always appreciated..
    Really great exposure and I like the composition though I think I would have shifted the camera just a tad to the right... though that might the framing of the moon with the clouds less successful.
    Really makes me want to get my hands on one of those 20mm. Been debating selling my 17mm..

    Here is one of mine from my run off to Bodega with Sarah the other day. I haven't done much besides portraiture in the last six months but this seascape was just something I felt needed capturing.



    Olympus E-P1 with 17mm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devon Shaw View Post
    Really great exposure and I like the composition though I think I would have shifted the camera just a tad to the right... though that might the framing of the moon with the clouds less successful.
    Really makes me want to get my hands on one of those 20mm. Been debating selling my 17mm..

    Here is one of mine from my run off to Bodega with Sarah the other day. I haven't done much besides portraiture in the last six months but this seascape was just something I felt needed capturing.

    http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4002/...93a52414_b.jpg

    Olympus E-P1 with 17mm
    Thanks Devon.

    That's a lovely cliffscape.
    There seems to be a touch of something vignetting at the corners ... ? It doesn't hurt this photo, but I'd look into what's going on there.

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    There are so many great photos posted on this thread I cannot comment specifically on all of them. However, the night shots posted by Lisa - #2004, are outstanding.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post
    Thanks Devon.

    That's a lovely cliffscape.
    There seems to be a touch of something vignetting at the corners ... ? It doesn't hurt this photo, but I'd look into what's going on there.
    Oh yes. That would be the hood I have for my 14-42. It vignettes a bit at the wide end but I rarely think about it since I do so little work at those focal lengths. I've been meaning to shave a few millimeters off of it to remedy the issue but it hasn't been high on the priority list..

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    Quote Originally Posted by LisaR View Post
    Went out again this evening for dinner and took a few shots in the misty evening..I love the EP2 and Lumix 20 together.

    Streets of Gold

    Hi Lisa, love this shot - beautiful colour... thanks for sharing!

    Cheers

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    Olympus E-1 + ZD 11-22mm f/2.8-3.5
    ISO 100 @ f/5.6 @ 1/80 second @ 22mm

    a simple photo made during a walk in the fog yesterday morning.

    comments always appreciated, thanks for looking.

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    Droll and cliche I know, but we had a few decent sunsets on a recent family trip to San Diego:

    First droll:


    And now Cliche:




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    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post

    a simple photo made during a walk in the fog yesterday morning.

    comments always appreciated, thanks for looking.
    Godfrey, LOVE the tree in fog shot!
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    Quote Originally Posted by LisaR View Post
    Went out again this evening for dinner and took a few shots in the misty evening..I love the EP2 and Lumix 20 together.
    Lisa,

    I had missed these originally, but wanted to compliment you on a great series!

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    From a current series of similarly processed work (LR) with the E-P1:



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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Woods View Post
    From a current series of similarly processed work (LR) with the E-P1:
    this one is really my favourite - nice colour and texture Mike.

    Thanks for sharing

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    Thanks Brian

    That one was with the OM50 f1.8.

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    A Dog's View


    Olympus E-1 + ZD 11-22mm f/2.8-3.5
    ISO 100 @ f/5.6 @ 1/200 second @ 17mm

    more from the foggy morning walk.

    comments always appreciated, thanks for looking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post

    Olympus E-1 + ZD 11-22mm f/2.8-3.5
    ISO 100 @ f/5.6 @ 1/80 second @ 22mm

    a simple photo made during a walk in the fog yesterday morning.

    comments always appreciated, thanks for looking.
    I missed this--it has a sensual/soft feel, even with the fairly vibrant colors and I like it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diane B View Post
    I missed this--it has a sensual/soft feel, even with the fairly vibrant colors and I like it.
    Thanks Diane!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post

    Olympus E-1 + ZD 11-22mm f/2.8-3.5
    ISO 100 @ f/5.6 @ 1/80 second @ 22mm

    a simple photo made during a walk in the fog yesterday morning.

    comments always appreciated, thanks for looking.
    very nice, the vivid colors and the fog atmosphere work well together

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    I took a trip to the zoo today and am blown away by the EP2 Oly 70-300 combo. Here are a few and a link to the full set if anyone is intersted.
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/fotosde...7623024756821/

    Thanks for looking

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    Quote Originally Posted by LisaR View Post
    I took a trip to the zoo today and am blown away by the EP2 Oly 70-300 combo. Here are a few and a link to the full set if anyone is intersted.
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/fotosde...7623024756821/

    Thanks for looking

    my favorite of the day

    http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2747/...489afed670.jpg
    http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4016/...eb17121253.jpg
    http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4041/...0d437549b9.jpg
    http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2717/...acf3123672.jpg
    Nice work! :-)

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    From a current series of similarly processed work (LR) with the E-P1:



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    I REALLY like the 2 last ones! Could you share your post processing?

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    Lisa, that's amazing work from your zoo!

    Love the whole set, beautiful colour - superb captures.

    Thanks for sharing

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    Icehouse Conversation - Grand Prairie, Texas

    The camera was a Lumix L1 with an Olympus 25mm pancake lens.



    "Listen, Larry, you got your whole life ahead of you. What's the rush? My first wife? I married a 110 pound cheerleader, the next day, I woke up with three kids and a fat *** that clocked in at 220.... After we drink these, we gotta put some tires on that Ranger that came in this morning....If it was me, I'd wait a while.... She ain't pregnant, is she.....Did I ever tell you about the time I was wranglin' for a livin'.....That was right after I married that second gal....Didn't have no kids with her though, thank God....Damn, look at that play, did you see that boy run, wonder what the score is.... You gotta another cigarette.....What's this gal's name you thinkin' about marryin'.... S'pposed to turn cooler later this week....What's her name again....Hey, you do what ya want, I'm just sayin'....Want another beer....."

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    Quote Originally Posted by LisaR View Post
    I took a trip to the zoo today and am blown away by the EP2 Oly 70-300 combo. Here are a few and a link to the full set if anyone is intersted.
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/fotosde...7623024756821/

    Thanks for looking

    my favorite of the day

    ]
    Really nice Lisa. Makes me consider driving over to ours--but its COLD here LOL--and its 2+ hours each way. I'll enjoy yours for the time being--and again--really really well done.

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    thanks all

    Diane I do not blame you, I feel the same way about looking at other peoples winter and snow pictures

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick Waldroup View Post
    Icehouse Conversation - Grand Prairie, Texas

    The camera was a Lumix L1 with an Olympus 25mm pancake lens.

    http://www.pbase.com/rickwphotograph.../119443118.jpg

    ...
    Good shot, Rick! :-)

    The L1/Oly 25mm combination is a delight to use. That lens, and the 35 Macro, on the L1 body transforms the camera.

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    Thanks, Godfrey.

    Yes, I find myself leaving the 25 on the L1 most of the time. It has quickly become one of my favorite lenses to use on this particular camera.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LisaR View Post
    I took a trip to the zoo today and am blown away by the EP2 Oly 70-300 combo. Here are a few and a link to the full set if anyone is intersted.
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/fotosde...7623024756821/

    Thanks for looking

    my favorite of the day







    A absolutely stunning set of photos, as a newbie to photography images like these are really inspiring - thanks so much for sharing

    Could I just ask if you tend to shoot in Raws or Jpgs? and if you tend to do much editing using programmes such as Silkpix or photoshop?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rawfa View Post
    I REALLY like the 2 last ones! Could you share your post processing?
    Thanks Rawfa,

    I'd like to say I spent hours in the digital darkroom, but the reality is they were created with a preset I'd prepared. Basically one click, and a couple of subsequent adjustments. Don't you just love Lightroom

    So, probably easier if I simply send you the preset if you want to play?

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    Mike, I like presets also. And they are easy to share--and then tweak to suit and resave as your own. I did like the processing on the last 2 particularly.

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    Mike, that is very kind of you. I just sent you a pm so I won't hijack the thread

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    Olympus E-1 + ZD 11-22/2.8-3.5
    ISO 100 @ f/5.6 @ 1/320 @ 21mm

    something about the light that morning keeps pulling me back.
    comments always appreciated, thanks for looking.

    Terry, thanks for pointing out the date problem. I missed the editing window with this update; please delete the previous post if you can. thanks!

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    A absolutely stunning set of photos, as a newbie to photography images like these are really inspiring - thanks so much for sharing

    Could I just ask if you tend to shoot in Raws or Jpgs? and if you tend to do much editing using programmes such as Silkpix or photoshop?


    thanks so much for the kind comments. I shoot only jpg and process in Elements 7 and use Nik Efex Filters quite a bit. I used a free lomo action I found for the lion shot but other than that I spend about 5-10 minutes on each shot with the standard USM, noise reduction if needed then apply my Nik Efex filters to suit what I am looking for and any color contrast adjustment.

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    Lisa, whatever you're doing (or in this case, not doing!) is working wonderfully - the colour and quality of your shots is outstanding, not to take anything away from your eye for subject and composition.

    Well Done, and thanks for sharing.

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    Re: Vasquez & Leota #2

    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post

    Olympus E-1 + ZD 11-22/2.8-3.5
    ISO 100 @ f/5.6 @ 1/320 @ 21mm

    something about the light that morning keeps pulling me back.
    comments always appreciated, thanks for looking.

    Terry, thanks for pointing out the date problem. I missed the editing window with this update; please delete the previous post if you can. thanks!
    Godfrey - in this one you have recorded the "atmosphere" very well, a tough thing to do. The muted soft tone black and white is lovely. I know that you have done selective color before - I think this image could take that (maybe in the road markings?)
    The composition is excellent - with the roadwork in the foreground.


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    Yesterday's post to my daily blog. Panasonic GF1 + 35mm Summicron pre-ASPH. v4.


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    Monday's post. Panasonic GF1 + pancake.


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