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    Thanks Jono,
    I went out to play around with some night shooting on the street. As I pulled into a parking spot at the marina I noticed that my headlights gave some great illumination on the boats....


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    Quote Originally Posted by TEBnewyork View Post
    Thanks Jono,
    I went out to play around with some night shooting on the street. As I pulled into a parking spot at the marina I noticed that my headlights gave some great illumination on the boats....

    Nice shot Terry and interesting way of lighting the scene. I remember doing something similar many years ago when I was still shooting film. Set the camera to bulb on a tripod and walked around the dock lighting the boats by popping a hand held flash.

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    Me too!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tullio View Post
    And eventually you might do what my co-worker did after he bought his GF1...sell it!

    Great shots BTW. I actually like the fact that the focused berry is not the upfront one.
    Thank you! Wow, he sold his 5D? I'm not quite ready to do that (it's still my favourite camera to use), but G1 is mighty impressive and so small and light. We'll see what happens - I have only had the G1 for five weeks.


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    Love this shot!
    Thank you!

    I really like this series, especially #2. Great work.

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    Terry, SUPER B&W!
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    I am actually going to have to clone out the lettering on the facade since we're supposed to have a design that represents the high school without actually showing the name or any of the students...
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    You're most welcome. I'd always use a tripod for this type of work and if need be, use ND filters to blur out any "stray" students, it's easier than having to choose the quiet times of the day that coincide with the light you want or getting those "uncooperative" folk to move the "hell outta the way"

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    Steamboat Landing. G1+Lumix 7-14 f/4. Had to do a little dodging, both when taking the picture and in post processing.


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    Carl,
    I like the shot and the more work I see from the 7-14 the more I love it. I think us m4/3 go ultra wide more often because it is one of the few ultrawide lenses that isn't a pain to carry and keep in the bag.

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    Nice photo! I think would have liked it even more without the cone though.

    Yes, the 7-14 is very tempting! Especially since I don't have anything wider than 24mm for my 5D, and my plan is to avoid overlap as much as possible and still have two very usable kits by themselves.

    My favorites for 5D are 24/1.4, 50/1.2 and 100/2 (I'll sell 450D and two older lenses, but keep the 70-200/4IS). I'm thinking that G1, 7-14, 20/1.7 and maybe the 45/2.8 macro would go really well with the Canon kit. 7-14 will give me more width and I'll have a macro which I don't now.

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    Thanks Terry and Helena. The 7-14 is a sweet little lens and although I don't use it as often as the other lenses in my kit it great to have it there when needed.

    The cone was already there so I decided to include it in this shot, but you are probably right that it is a distraction and could easily have been excluded.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    Thanks Terry and Helena. The 7-14 is a sweet little lens and although I don't use it as often as the other lenses in my kit it great to have it there when needed.

    The cone was already there so I decided to include it in this shot, but you are probably right that it is a distraction and could easily have been excluded.

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    Another view of the landing from just outside the pavilion.

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    More from another magazine shoot. I'll repeat the sentiment I posted earlier - the GF1 quickly became my goto camera on this shoot. Don't ask me why, my 5D was there and admittedly I did shoot quite a bit of medium format with a Contax 645 but these GF1 images with the 17mm Oly turned out lovely. What a capable little system!

    2 more images to follow...


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    All three images are pretty cool but something about the first one really captivates me.

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    Thanks Terry. I had a really great subject to work with and some fun Austin locales...That first one was in an awesome "Willy Wonka" style candy store.

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

    Today's post. GF1 plus pancake.


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    Olympus E-1 + ZD 50mm f/2 Macro + EC14
    ISO 100 @ f/2.8 @ 1/20 second @ 70mm

    Have to say, I'm loving this lens. It's so much more the right stuff for my photography than the 50-200 was.

    comments always appreciated.

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    Nice capture Godfrey - I find the 50mm + 1.4x TC + 4/3rds to m4/3rds converter stack a bit bulky...

    have you tried the Lumix 45-200mm? any thoughts on that option? you'd get stabilisation too...

    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Show Performance View Post
    This is beautiful - love the colour and window reflections...

    Thanks for sharing.

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    Last edited by Brian Mosley; 19th January 2010 at 07:38.

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    Rainbow over Hathersage, Peak District - on my walk yesterday.

    E-P1 + 20mm f1.7
    1/250s f/6.3 at 20.0mm iso200


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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Mosley View Post
    Nice capture Godfrey - I find the 50mm + 1.4x TC + 4/3rds to m4/3rds converter stack a bit bulky...

    have you tried the Lumix 45-200mm? any thoughts on that option? you'd get stabilisation too...
    This photo was made with the E-1, not the G1. I bought the 50 Macro for use with the E-1 and L1 primarily, both with and without the EC14. For the G1, I use the Olympus Pen F G.Zuiko 70mm f/2 for this focal length: it's much lighter and more compact. Photo ...


    I have no interest in the 45-200, although I did play with it at the store. It's too slow, and I don't like working with zooms very much. IS buys nothing for candid people work as it allows extended exposure times, but more than 1/20 second and subject motion will ruin the shot. This one was at the 1/20 second limit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Show Performance View Post
    http://gallery.me.com/wadsworths/100609/P1000734/web.jpg?ver=12638659660001
    This is delightful.

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    That Pen F G.Zuiko 70mm f2 looks great - do all the Pen F lenses cover the whole 4/3rds frame?

    In particular, a fast 60mm Pen F lens would be very interesting... I need to hunt down a source of lenses in the UK.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Mosley View Post
    That Pen F G.Zuiko 70mm f2 looks great - do all the Pen F lenses cover the whole 4/3rds frame?
    The Pen F cameras were half-frame 35mm, an 18x24 mm format, so they definitely cover the 13x17.3 mm FourThirds format with room to spare ... !

    In particular, a fast 60mm Pen F lens would be very interesting... I need to hunt down a source of lenses in the UK.
    Olympus made a 60/1.5 for the Pen F. I have never seen one in person, they're quite rare it seems and go for a pretty penny when they show up nowadays; Pen F lenses have become collectibles. Last one I saw available was at a shop in Los Angeles in December, and they were asking $750 or thereabouts for it.

    Some folks have said the 60mm are even better performers than the 70/2 (which is an excellent performer already), but others have said the reverse is true. It's a toss up far as I'm concerned ... I was happy to find the 70/2 in perfect shape at a reasonable, if not inexpensive, price and I'm very satisfied with its performance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    Thanks Terry and Helena. The 7-14 is a sweet little lens and although I don't use it as often as the other lenses in my kit it great to have it there when needed.

    The cone was already there so I decided to include it in this shot, but you are probably right that it is a distraction and could easily have been excluded.

    Regards,
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    When people comment on one of my photos I always appreciate it when they tell me what would have made them like it better, so I try and do the same for others.

    However, being new at the forum I feel that maybe it was wrong to mention the cone. I should have waited with "criticism" until I had seen what the norm is here. Hope you understand what I am trying to say (it's hard to find the right words in English) and that I haven't offended you.

    Btw. when you mentioned that you don't use the 7-14 very much I realized that it'd probably be the same for me. I had a 17-40/4 for my 5D and rarely used it, even though it was great optically, so I sold it. If I'm going to buy another lens for the G1 I'll probably start with a macro, but I have decided not to spend any more money on the MFT system until I'm sure that it's for me. Time will tell.

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    Hi Helena,

    I think we're fairly relaxed around here - I certainly appreciate and welcome C&C on any images I post!

    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Helena View Post
    When people comment on one of my photos I always appreciate it when they tell me what would have made them like it better, so I try and do the same for others.

    However, being new at the forum I feel that maybe it was wrong to mention the cone. I should have waited with "criticism" until I had seen what the norm is here. Hope you understand what I am trying to say (it's hard to find the right words in English) and that I haven't offended you.

    Btw. when you mentioned that you don't use the 7-14 very much I realized that it'd probably be the same for me. I had a 17-40/4 for my 5D and rarely used it, even though it was great optically, so I sold it. If I'm going to buy another lens for the G1 I'll probably start with a macro, but I have decided not to spend any more money on the MFT system until I'm sure that it's for me. Time will tell.
    Helena,

    I truly do appreciate your critique of my image and was not in any way offended by your comments. Please do feel free to make suggestions and comments as you see fit.

    Best regards,
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    Olympus E-1 + ZD 50mm f/2 Macro
    ISO 100 @ f/4 @ 1/500 second

    comments and critique always appreciated, thanks for looking.

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    Driving down the center lane.
    Never thought I'd get a shot of that bridge I found particularly interesting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Mosley View Post
    Rainbow over Hathersage, Peak District - on my walk yesterday.

    E-P1 + 20mm f1.7
    1/250s f/6.3 at 20.0mm iso200


    Cheers

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    Lovely image!!! Lots of colors and a variety of textures.
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    Thanks Tullio,

    I love landscape photography... it's amazing the variety of images there are within just a few steps sometimes. Here's another from the same area.

    E-P1 + 20mm f1.7
    1/320s f/4.5 at 20.0mm iso200


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    Quote Originally Posted by TEBnewyork View Post
    Thanks Jono,
    I went out to play around with some night shooting on the street. As I pulled into a parking spot at the marina I noticed that my headlights gave some great illumination on the boats....

    http://forum.getdpi.com/gallery/file...7-_1010931.jpg
    Lovely shot, Terry! I missed this one earlier. :-)

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    Another good one, Brian. What a lovely place!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post

    Olympus E-1 + ZD 50mm f/2 Macro
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    comments and critique always appreciated, thanks for looking.
    Very nice. Reminds me of one of those posters that are accompanied by a motivational quote. I'm imagining "Driven - even the old ones can run strong"

    Ok, so I'm not so good with the words...

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    Hi Helena,

    I think we're fairly relaxed around here - I certainly appreciate and welcome C&C on any images I post!

    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    Helena,

    I truly do appreciate your critique of my image and was not in any way offended by your comments. Please do feel free to make suggestions and comments as you see fit.

    Best regards,
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    Thank you both! That's great to hear. This seems to be a friendly place.


    Detail of a colorful boat (G1 + 20/1.7):


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    Visual Velocity
    Quote Originally Posted by Helena View Post
    Detail of a colorful boat (G1 + 20/1.7):
    These two images are very appealing to me. Both are great compositions. Godfrey, you've captured the richness and esthetic of the design. Helena, well seen and captured -- I love the colours.
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    Thank you John!

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    Shooting everyday for the photo a day project pushes you to shoot at times you wouldn't ordinarily think to pull out the camera. Tonight I tried to take some shots of the commuters in the rain. It has been raining all week and going to and fro in downpours gets old. Of all the shots this experimental shot was the one I liked better than other more conventional captures. Almost reminds me of a pointillism painting. The carpool line.


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    Quote Originally Posted by TEBnewyork View Post
    Shooting everyday for the photo a day project pushes you to shoot at times you wouldn't ordinarily think to pull out the camera. Tonight I tried to take some shots of the commuters in the rain. It has been raining all week and going to and fro in downpours gets old. Of all the shots this experimental shot was the one I liked better than other more conventional captures. Almost reminds me of a pointillism painting. The carpool line.

    Terry,
    I really like this. It seems very 3-D on my display. I think they might enjoy this one in the bokeh thread, too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TEBnewyork View Post
    Shooting everyday for the photo a day project pushes you to shoot at times you wouldn't ordinarily think to pull out the camera. Tonight I tried to take some shots of the commuters in the rain. It has been raining all week and going to and fro in downpours gets old. Of all the shots this experimental shot was the one I liked better than other more conventional captures. Almost reminds me of a pointillism painting. The carpool line.

    Hi Terry,
    Wow! It's beautiful! All the best! Leica 77.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TEBnewyork View Post
    Of all the shots this experimental shot was the one I liked better than other more conventional captures. Almost reminds me of a pointillism painting.
    Beautiful. It reminds me of a series I did sometime ago from buses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TEBnewyork View Post
    Shooting everyday for the photo a day project pushes you to shoot at times you wouldn't ordinarily think to pull out the camera. Tonight I tried to take some shots of the commuters in the rain. It has been raining all week and going to and fro in downpours gets old. Of all the shots this experimental shot was the one I liked better than other more conventional captures. Almost reminds me of a pointillism painting. The carpool line.

    Great shot Terry. I like the soft background and alignment of the commuters.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TEBnewyork View Post
    Shooting everyday for the photo a day project pushes you to shoot at times you wouldn't ordinarily think to pull out the camera. Tonight I tried to take some shots of the commuters in the rain. It has been raining all week and going to and fro in downpours gets old. Of all the shots this experimental shot was the one I liked better than other more conventional captures. Almost reminds me of a pointillism painting. The carpool line.

    I like this---it gives that feeling of being 'in' the rain---the people are mysterious and moving but the rain is just there--in your face.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Helena View Post
    Thank you both! That's great to hear. This seems to be a friendly place.


    Detail of a colorful boat (G1 + 20/1.7):

    Beautiful shot Helena. Vibrant colors and nice composition. It would make a very attractive print for hanging.
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    Olympus E-1 + ZD 50mm f/2 Macro
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    comments and critique always appreciated, thanks for looking.
    Love this shot Godfrey. Are you toning your images in Lightroom using the split tone panel?
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    Thanks everyone! I'm having a great time with blipfoto.com and it hasn't started raining yet today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TEBnewyork View Post
    Almost reminds me of a pointillism painting. The carpool line.
    Add me to the list of admirers, Terry. A great shot.
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    Shooting everyday for the photo a day project pushes you to shoot at times you wouldn't ordinarily think to pull out the camera. Tonight I tried to take some shots of the commuters in the rain. It has been raining all week and going to and fro in downpours gets old. Of all the shots this experimental shot was the one I liked better than other more conventional captures. Almost reminds me of a pointillism painting. The carpool line.

    http://forum.getdpi.com/gallery/file...1-_1020046.jpg
    Very nice, Terry! I like the way the shapes emerge through the raindrops. It's subtle and intriguing.

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    ... Detail of a colorful boat (G1 + 20/1.7):

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    Very nice, Helena ... Missed this one before. Love the intermingling of texture and color, line and shape.

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    Thank you Carl and Godfrey!

    Wow Terry, I really like that rain shot.

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