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    Leica 77 - great work there with Flexify 2 - I must check that out!

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    Lovely work, Stephen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Mosley View Post
    Leica 77 - great work there with Flexify 2 - I must check that out!
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    Hi Brian,
    Many thanks for your positive comments! Your images with orton and lomo effects are fascinating! Best regards, Leica 77.

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


    Hi Stephen,
    This one is lovely! All the best, Leica 77.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leica 77 View Post
    Hi Stephen,
    This one is lovely! All the best, Leica 77.
    +1

    Count me in, lovely design and color

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    Wow this has been a hectic week. I've been working designing an acceptable wine label for my high school's vineyard, and at the same time been creating video backdrops for the production of Chicago. I probably shouldn't have taken the second job, but I did the same type of work last year for Macbeth at the Junior College and so I guess I am the resident expert in that field..
    Anyways, this is the most recent design for the wine label,

    I took the architectural image of the school with an E-P1 and 17mm f/2.8 in five shots combined into a B&W HDR. That coffee stain looking mark in front of the school is from one of the other layers overlapping and I just managed to get rid of it but have not uploaded the update. The diamond design in the center as well as the grapes used in the background were drawn by one of the visual fine arts students at the school who I have been working with in designing the label.
    Any comments on this would be of immense help as it has to go to the printer at the end of the month.


    In all this time on other projects my personal photography has been pushed somewhat to the side. I only have one new photograph, a panorama, and if you'd like to see it here it is,

    probably better viewed at original size,
    http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2756/...38275f2e_o.jpg

    Thanks!
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    a great looking wine label!
    http://hodad66.com Sony A7r,A7II, Sony 70-300G, Rokinon 14/2.8, Leitz Wetzler 35/3.5, Leica R Summicron 50/2 & Elmarit 90mm/2.8, Contax N 24-85 & 70--200mm AND Canon FD 20/2.8, 135/2, 500mm 4.5, Minolta 35/1.8, 45mm/2, Nikon 28-50/3.5, 105/1.8, 180/2.8

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    Here are a few from a recent visit to SF MOMA (Museum of Modern Art) with a GF1 and 20 1.7 combo.
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    Excellent work Devon, love the wine label and the panarama.

    Cheers

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    all that glitters....



    G1, Pentax 17/4 fish
    http://hodad66.com Sony A7r,A7II, Sony 70-300G, Rokinon 14/2.8, Leitz Wetzler 35/3.5, Leica R Summicron 50/2 & Elmarit 90mm/2.8, Contax N 24-85 & 70--200mm AND Canon FD 20/2.8, 135/2, 500mm 4.5, Minolta 35/1.8, 45mm/2, Nikon 28-50/3.5, 105/1.8, 180/2.8

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    ... the droplet forest


    Panasonic L1 + Olympus ZD 50mm f/2 Macro + EC14
    ISO 100 @ f/5 @ 1/50 second


    This is a great lens combination. :-)

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    You meet friendly people.... with a smile

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    EP1 W/ Nikkor 50/1.8 on a BR-2 Reversal ring

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    Just the Tokina 90mm f2.5 in action again...






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    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post

    Panasonic L1 + Olympus ZD 50mm f/2 Macro + EC14
    ISO 100 @ f/5 @ 1/50 second


    This is a great lens combination. :-)
    Good work! Absolutely love the beauty of simplicity.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JerryMK View Post
    Just the Tokina 90mm f2.5 in action again...



    The last two work well for me. Amazingly simple and well composed.

    Nature has the magic all around us, who as photographers just need some imagination and photographic eyes to successfully capture what is so obvious in front of us. These are good examples of that. Well done.
    Last edited by slau; 21st February 2010 at 18:55.
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    Gorgeous work Jerry - that Tokina is a gem!

    My PAD for today...

    E-P2 + ZD 11-22mm f2.8-3.5
    1/125s f/6.3 at 22.0mm iso200


    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Mosley View Post
    Gorgeous work Jerry - that Tokina is a gem!

    My PAD for today...

    E-P2 + ZD 11-22mm f2.8-3.5
    1/125s f/6.3 at 22.0mm iso200

    Cheers

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    Brian, that one is a winner!!

    Keith

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    Thank you sir!

    Here's another view...

    E-P2 + ZD 11-22mm f2.8-3.5
    1/125s f/5.6 at 13.0mm iso200


    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Mosley View Post
    Thank you sir!

    Here's another view...

    E-P2 + ZD 11-22mm f2.8-3.5
    1/125s f/5.6 at 13.0mm iso200


    Cheers

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    Brian - seems to me this is a very tricky shot to take, that sky is very bright.
    Any comments on shooting it and the PP?

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    Hi Keith,

    actually it wasn't too difficult at all - I shot in Aperture priority, and only needed -0.3EV for the first, and 0EV for the second in exposure compensation.

    I shoot at ISO 200 in raw, with -2 Contrast, -2 Saturation, -2 Sharpening and then convert to tiff using Olympus Studio - finally applying PP using Lightzone.

    Cheers

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Mosley View Post
    Gorgeous work Jerry - that Tokina is a gem!

    My PAD for today...

    E-P2 + ZD 11-22mm f2.8-3.5
    1/125s f/6.3 at 22.0mm iso200


    Cheers

    Brian
    Great one Brian!
    Where is Christoffer Lee?

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    Godfrey and JerryMK... LOVE those images! Very nice.

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    Brian,

    BOTH are excellent, and while I probably prefer the one you selected there is something more "emotive" about the other one I can't quite put my finger on. Good work!
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    Thanks Michiel, Jack - I'm finding the Photo A Day challenge really rewarding!

    I feel like I'm making a bit more of every day now...

    E-P2 + ZD 11-22mm f2.8-3.5
    1/40s f/6.3 at 11.0mm iso200
    So soon passeth it away... sundial


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    Tuesday's post to my daily photo blog. GF1 plus 20mm pancake.


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    Wonderful composition Woody, do you have a link for your daily photo blog?

    Is that 9:16 aspect ratio? really works well!

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    This was taken in Sochi, Russia

    G1 with Oly 9-18

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    I think this one is better

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    Cool stuff, Brian... great mood with the fog and all.

    Woodmancy, yes, I like the second one better than the first. Wonderful composition and rich in patterns and colors.

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    Excellent work from everyone.

    Brian, you guys are lucky for having such great scenes to photograph in just about every corner. I walk blocks and blocks and all there is are boring houses.
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    Thank you sir!

    Here's another view...

    E-P2 + ZD 11-22mm f2.8-3.5
    1/125s f/5.6 at 13.0mm iso200
    http://www.pbase.com/bmosley/image/1...7/original.jpg
    Brian,

    Where is this church? I have some churchyard photos from the Isle of Man and the Cottswolds that I could swear are the same church.

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    Hi Godfey,

    it's the church at Bolsterstone.

    Here's a view from sunnier times...

    E-P1 + 20mm f1.7
    1/2500s f/3.5 at 20.0mm iso200


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    Trafficus Jammus Maximus

    E-P2 + 20mm f1.7
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    Wonderful composition Woody, do you have a link for your daily photo blog?

    Is that 9:16 aspect ratio? really works well!

    Cheers

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    there is a link below my signature. Thanks for the reaction.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Mosley View Post
    Ah, I thought it looked familiar. It's not anything I have photos of, but I recall seeing it on a trip through that region about a decade and a half ago ... we went to Derwent and Ladybower reservoirs, visited the mines in Castleton, and drove up in the area around Bolsterstone before returning to Nottingham in the evening.

    Beautiful country there.

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    EP2 with Macro Elmar 90, Nr 1&2 and Elmar-C 90 Nr3. Both are very compact, lightweight and fun to use 180mm equiv on the Ep2 The ME is one sharp lens.
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    Casper coming in from the garden... at speed

    E-P2 + 20mm f1.7
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    My first post - had the camera for a few weeks but not had time to play.

    I think I may overdone the sharpening?

    GF1 with 20mm

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    Crummy weather outside - something lovely, red and bright to cheer me up!
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    Shaggy river birch trees along the waterfront. E-P2 with Carl Zeiss 45mm f/2 G lens.

    Last edited by scho; 28th February 2010 at 13:14. Reason: replace image
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    Casper coming in from the garden... at speed

    E-P2 + 20mm f1.7
    1/1250s f/1.7 at 20.0mm iso200


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    Great shot. Is he carrying your shoes?

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    Last saturday i asked my wife to join me for a shopping day. Just look and feel good, you know....She felt its a very good idea and asked me to carry my creditcard with me... as always..!
    After probing serveral hundreds of nice shoes, nice handbags, beautiful woman clothes....we finally stopped in front of a, who wonders, photo shop. In their showcase: beautiful tempting and sexy cams.... and a proudly presented fat Nikon... she saw my eyes..and started to say:

    "Your fantastic wristwatch has been stolen few days ago. Isnīt it a good idea to fill the gap with such amazing NOMOS Tangomat watch ? And Darling, its even better to wait for the new Olympus Profimodel. "

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    Brian, love that shot of Casper!

    It was a gorgeous winter weather again yesterday, so we went cross country skiing. Here's one shot from G1 + 14-45mm:



    I'm really into primes and since I have the Pana 20/1.7 I had more or less forgotten about the kit zoom, but decided to use it yesterday. I have to say that besides the slower apertures I find it just as good as the pancake, and it's so nice and smooth to use.

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    Interesting that there are 2 Casper/Caspars from our UK posters. Is it a common name there? I like it--just don't know any dogs in US named Casper.

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    Casper coming in from the garden... at speed

    E-P2 + 20mm f1.7
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    Brian, love that shot of Casper!

    It was a gorgeous winter weather again yesterday, so we went cross country skiing. Here's one shot from G1 + 14-45mm:


    Beautiful shot, I feel like I could ski right into it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diane B View Post
    Interesting that there are 2 Casper/Caspars from our UK posters. Is it a common name there? I like it--just don't know any dogs in US named Casper.

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    No Diane - I'm just copying my hero Brian - that's all

    Actually, Caspar was the culmination of a family crisis - he was supposed to be called Ripple after a continuum of rock song names for dogs, but our middle son said he'd leave home if we called him Ripple (missed opportunity there ). So it ended up being a number of names and a vote - and Caspar was what it was (french name, french dog (from Wales)).

    Lots of great shots here everyone . . . I'll be posting again now we have Aperture support . . . . supposing my camera survived it's water experience!

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    I went skiing with my son in S. Lake Tahoe a couple of weeks ago. Surprisingly, there was very little snow blow 5,000 ft. so most of the shots I took were at the summit where the snow parks and ski resorts are located.

    As you can see, even at 7,000 ft. there is hardly any snow at the top of this building...


    A bit more snow at Camp Richardson's but mainly on the ground (and that's because it's well sheltered from the sun by the trees)


    No snow on the sunny side of the stream!
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    Surprisingly, there was very little snow below 5,000 ft. ...
    Picture number one represents a PC version of the saying "would freeze the b***s off a brass monkey": "It was so cold it froze the hands off a wooden clock".

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    Indeed...that place used to be run by the county and had always been well maintained. Now it's privately run and this building is abandoned. A shame, really.
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