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    Roan - #2,3,4 are superb.

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    Got this Chinon 50mm f1.7 a couple of days ago...





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    Thanks Terry :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by roanjoh View Post
    A few to share from the big snowstorm we've been getting here in the east coast (NYC to be more specific). Braved the cold with my umbrella / GF1 and the wonderful 20 pancake!! This lens is amazing and can resolve tons of detail even wide open. I think the m/43rd sensor just excels on muted colors with not a lot of harsh contrast - it creates such beautiful tones to the images.

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    Roan :-)
    Wow Roan these are really beautiful images. We don't get much snow here at all (about once every ten years). I love the stark white and the little bits of color in #1 and #3.
    Rather makes me with for that 20mm as well.. though I suppose my 17 will have to do for now.
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    I esp. like the last 3--but my favorite is the last. Beautiful.

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    Another one taken with the EP1 + Chinon 50mm f1.7.

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    I've posted these in the "Image Sharing" thread, but figure it's worth adding a few here.

    GF1-IR + 14-45:



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    My favorite on that thread was the vineyard and it still is. Just beautiful Jack.

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    Thank you Diane!
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    Diane & Devon - thanks for the kind words!!

    Jack - beautiful IR shots. I especially love the glow on the sky from the first one.

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    Made in Sicily.... i can still feel the sun...
    i loved the picture mother nature. the colour is spot on.

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    Panasonic DMC-GH1 ,Panasonic Lumix G Vario 14-140mm
    1/160s f/5.6 at 41.0mm iso100



    Panasonic DMC-GH1 ,Panasonic Lumix G 20mm
    1/800s f/6.3 at 20.0mm iso200

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    Lovely sunset picture!
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    Jack.. love the vineyard image!

    Stephen... nice images!

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    G1, Cosmicar 12.5/1.9
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    Wow, hodad that's incredible! well done...

    Also, the vineyard shot by Jack above is the best advert for the IR conversion yet - I may get my G1 done.

    A few from the last couple of days...

    E-P2 + 20mm f1.7
    1/500s f/2.2 at 20.0mm iso200


    Playing with the orton effect...
    1/200s f/2.8 at 20.0mm iso200


    Normal lightzone processing...
    1/500s f/2.2 at 20.0mm iso200


    Playing with a version of the lomo effect...
    1/80s f/1.7 at 20.0mm iso1600


    Cheers

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    Brian, the effect works nicely with the sheep skull.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Mosley View Post
    Also, the vineyard shot by Jack above is the best advert for the IR conversion yet - I may get my G1 done.
    Where in the UK? I couldn't find anyone who did 4/3 camera conversions.
    SlŠinte

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    G1, Cosmicar 12.5/1.9
    Very nice image. Is the Cosmicar a C mount lens?
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    Thanks for the kind words on my vineyard shot everyone -- I guess I'll print it up today and see how it looks bigger

    Brian, what are you using to generate the special effects? I like the LOMO shot

    Hodad: Kudos on the flower shot! The Comiscar looks to be a nice lens!
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    Jack, I'm running a Lightzone workshop on line over on mu-43.com... picking up some fantastic ideas from the participants and pushing myself further with this fascinating application.

    Here's my PAD shot for today :

    E-P2 + Hexanon 40mm f1.8
    1/100s f/1.0 iso200


    I used some of the ideas from the lomo effect on this.

    Cheers

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    The Panny Leica 45 f/2.8 thread (if there was one) has faded far away, so thought I would add a shot (actually a diptych) done handheld with the G1 and the [email protected]/2.8 in both instances.



    I posted this in the Spring thread also, but thought I would add it here--just because there haven't been many with the 45.

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    These are beautiful Diane, thanks for sharing.

    Cheers

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    Hi.
    This has probably come up before (I didn't search), but ... what is the reason for having a 38 page image thread? I am interested in participating in the forum, but this thread is slow to load, I have to click though the opening page in order to get to the last page, and its use and existence befuddles me.

    If it's just me -- please accept my apologies for whining.

    Many pleasing shots, btw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kirby Krieger View Post
    Hi.
    This has probably come up before (I didn't search), but ... what is the reason for having a 38 page image thread? I am interested in participating in the forum, but this thread is slow to load, I have to click though the opening page in order to get to the last page, and its use and existence befuddles me.

    If it's just me -- please accept my apologies for whining.

    Many pleasing shots, btw.
    No problems loading from my end................

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kirby Krieger View Post
    Hi.
    This has probably come up before (I didn't search), but ... what is the reason for having a 38 page image thread? I am interested in participating in the forum, but this thread is slow to load, I have to click though the opening page in order to get to the last page, and its use and existence befuddles me.

    If it's just me -- please accept my apologies for whining.

    Many pleasing shots, btw.
    Easy, the answer is FUN, pure fun and lust. Show own work, watch others work....photographic love....
    The integrative power of pictures. Come in, join us, show your work..the reason for 38 pages of fantastic pictures
    BTW: You can jump to the last entry: You see that small red square with a white arrow inside aside the name of the last contibutor ?? Press the square ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kirby Krieger View Post
    ...I have to click though the opening page in order to get to the last page, and its use and existence befuddles me.
    Actually you can simply click on the Last Page link (or on any page number link for that matter) in the thread title (i.e. (1, 2, 3, ... Last Page)) and it'll take you directly to the last page.

    Welcome, and enjoy.

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    ... so thought I would add a shot (actually a diptych) ...
    Diane, I like the flowers - there's a but coming here somewhere, she thinks ...
    But have you noticed the angle of light on the embossing? Photoshop has always had a quirky error in that by default the angle of light on their frames is at (minus) 55 degrees when the correct one is diagonally opposite; i.e. 135 degrees, that is, coming down from the top left corner and not up from the bottom right. Try running their "Wood Frame" action in the Sample Actions set then open the ensuing Blending Options dialogue and there you will see the figures - now in the Shading section reset the Angle figure to 135 degrees. Now does it seem more natural? If you agree, do the same to each part of your diptych.

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    This is from the GH1 with a Voigtlšnder 75mm f2.5.

    White Rock Sunset, Valentine's Day 2010

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    GF1+7-14mm.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Tullio View Post
    Very nice image. Is the Cosmicar a C mount lens?
    Yes, the f1.9 needs no machining and here is the vignette

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    Re: Emboss Light Angles

    Michael, I'll have to check that but I use layers/canvas sizing, layer styles to do it and actually set the angle myself for the bevel---so I can't blame PS LOL.

    I just went through what I normally do (for those I didn't use my own action which are created for 3:2 and 4:3) and I use +135 deg. and set the bevel for down--I suppose that's the difference. Interestingly enough, I didn't even realize there were any sample frames in PS--I had to find them and load them. Always have used my own actions.

    I'll play with the changes--thanks for the tip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m3photo View Post
    Diane, I like the flowers - there's a but coming here somewhere, she thinks ...
    But have you noticed the angle of light on the embossing? Photoshop has always had a quirky error in that by default the angle of light on their frames is at (minus) 55 degrees when the correct one is diagonally opposite; i.e. 135 degrees, that is, coming down from the top left corner and not up from the bottom right. Try running their "Wood Frame" action in the Sample Actions set then open the ensuing Blending Options dialogue and there you will see the figures - now in the Shading section reset the Angle figure to 135 degrees. Now does it seem more natural? If you agree, do the same to each part of your diptych.

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    I posted this in the Spring thread also, but thought I would add it here--just because there haven't been many with the 45.

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    ... windowshopping


    Panasonic G1 + Lumix G 20mm f/1.7
    ISO 160 @ f/2 @ 1/30 second


    comments always appreciated, thanks for looking!

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    great shot!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post

    Panasonic G1 + Lumix G 20mm f/1.7
    ISO 160 @ f/2 @ 1/30 second


    comments always appreciated, thanks for looking!
    Oh I like this.
    A lot more creepy and surreal than your usual work.
    I'm wondering how it would work with the baby in focus and the lights blurred... I think your way is probably better but did you try both?

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    Ooooo---or maybe its ohhhh---I like this one. Devon's comment about it being 'creepy' was interesting, but it is surreal. Its another of those that starts a story in one's head--and gets you to look again--and deeper.

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    Panasonic G1 + Lumix G 20mm f/1.7
    ISO 160 @ f/2 @ 1/30 second


    comments always appreciated, thanks for looking!

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    Leica77 - looks like the men's stort at Bergdorf's

    Diane- missed the flowers yesterday....they look great sprouted through the snow?

    Godfrey- like that shot a lot. Don't know that I would love being toted around that way..

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    Thank you's to Terry, Diane and Devon for commenting! :-)

    Quote Originally Posted by Devon Shaw View Post
    Oh I like this.
    A lot more creepy and surreal than your usual work.
    I'm wondering how it would work with the baby in focus and the lights blurred... I think your way is probably better but did you try both?
    It's an interesting question and one I've been thinking about lately. It asks more about the process of vision to capture than about technical specifics ...

    In a more generalized form, it comes to: "When you see something that suggests a photograph, how many different ways of capturing it should you try to ensure that you 'get it'?" The answer depends on many things, most of them dynamic and of the moment at hand ... is the subject static or in motion? does the light last or not? does your vision see opportunity for several framings, or is one particular thing about what you see all you're interested in? are there opportunities for alternative DoF, alternative focus placement, etc, that need to be exploited?

    What the question boils down to in many cases is "how well formed is the intent of your making an exposure?" ... or "how much are you paying attention to the scene at hand?"

    This is a static subject. While the light was changing fairly rapidly, I had only some minor interference from passing headlights to work around for the four or five minutes I was in the locale shooting. I could have made many exposures trying different things.

    But I knew upon seeing this scene what it was I was after. I made four exposures, two each at different apertures to slightly influence the DoF. I knew that, for me, blurry foreground objects were not going to work so my focus point was the same for all of them: on the stars. I made two exposures at each f/stop (f/2 and f/4.5) to try to ensure that I'd have at least one sharp one ... 1/30 second with a 20mm lens on FourThirds is right on the line for hand-holding, notice how the ISO has gotten pushed up by Auto ISO to 160.

    When I looked at them afterwards in Lightroom, the f/4.5 shots had too much DoF for my druthers (and the better of the two was only just acceptably crisp on the foreground detail due to camera motion, I blew the other one). I wanted this softness in the background. I've also rendered this one to both color and B&W versions ... they have what is to me a very different feel.

    I see the photograph as unsettling but more dreamy than creepy. I like the depth of it, and there are a ton of emotional connections that can be made symbolically between the baby, the threads of stars, the suggestions of toys, etc etc. I have to study it more myself ... something emerges here that I like very much but don't fully understand yet. ;-)

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    Godfrey,
    When I took a course in NY called "Roll a Day" we needed to print a contact sheet for the day (and if you were using digital you weren't to be in deleting frames). We had a very interesting discussion one night that ended up spanning the rest of the course. "How long do you stick with your subject before you move on" What was so fascinating about the discussion (and we had all the contact sheets hanging on the walls each class) was to look at the patterns of how people worked and when they gave up on a subject. For instance some photographers never did more than 6 shots and just moved on whereas others would be content to try a shot many different ways.

    This provided great insight about how I personally worked but also made me think going forward if I was doing the subject justice and being creative vs just "recording the moment". Sometimes the latter is better sometimes the former pushes you in new ways which is exciting.

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    It is a thought provoking subject! :-)

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    Interesting discussion... I find that image quite disturbing somehow.

    And now, to something more superficial

    My PAD shot for today...

    E-P2 + Hexanon 40mm f1.8
    1/80s f/2.8 iso500


    Cheers

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    E-P2 + Hexanon 57mm f1.2
    1/125s f/1.8 iso200


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    Brian... wonderful clarity with that fast puppy! THose lenses have a great rep.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DHart View Post
    Brian... wonderful clarity with that fast puppy! THose lenses have a great rep.
    Thanks, yes - these lenses really shine with precise focusing... the E-P2 EVF is amazing.

    Cheers

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    ... Back To Business


    Panasonic G1 + Macro-Elmarit-DG 45mm f/2.8 ASPH OIS
    ISO 100 @ f/2.8 @ 1/60 second

    A brief encounter with the woman sitting at the table next to me after breakfast yesterday. I had the camera on the table, we talked about photography for a few moments, I snapped her picture as she returned to her morning work. She laughed and said, "I knew you were going to do that!" ... I'll give her a print next week. :-)

    comments always appreciated, thanks for looking.

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    ... Fog At Byxbee Park


    Panasonic G1 + Macro-Elmarit-DG 45mm f/2.8 ASPH OIS
    ISO 100 @ f/2.8 @ 1/320 second
    context: http://godfreydigiorgi.posterous.com/fog-at-byxbee-park


    Fog At Byxbee Park is a set of twelve images. See the context link above for the blog post and a slide show, and a link to my stream on flickr.com.

    comments always appreciated, thanks for looking!

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    GF1 + 20mm F1.7 with Flexify 2.


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    Panasonic DMC-G1 ,Panasonic Lumix G Vario 14-140mm
    1/100s f/5.6 at 22.0mm iso400



    The Contax G 45/2 were the mostly used indoor stage lens during my recent trip. The focusing with the RJ adapter is not a problem at all and I am very happy with the IQ from this old lens:

    Panasonic DMC-GH1 ,Contax G Carl Zeiss 45mm f/2 Planar T*
    1/50s f/2.0 iso640



    Panasonic DMC-GH1 ,Contax G Carl Zeiss 45mm f/2 Planar T*
    1/50s f/2.0 iso400



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