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    Another detail shot with the Zeiss 45mm f/2 G on the E-P2. Old weathered boathouse door at the local park.

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    ... faces at a cafe ...


    Panasonic G1 + Konica Hexanon AR 40mm f/1.8
    ISO 400 @ f/1.8 @ 1/10 second


    comments always appreciated, thanks for looking!

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    Love it! The table works great.
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    Wonderful photography folks - Carl, be careful... that 45mm Contax lens is so sharp you'll cut yourself! Fantastic.

    Klaus, that's a beauty! Helena, thank you and that's a delightful snowscape...

    Godfrey, do you frame and focus using the G1's articulating screen? that's quite a candid. Well Done.

    Jono, speaking of Wales... here's a shot from earlier this afternoon.

    E-P2 + ZD 9-18mm f4-5.6
    1/1250s f/5.6 at 9.0mm iso200


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    Carl - Really gorgeous textury shot. Made me pause.

    Brian - I like this photograph a lot. The juxtaposition of the old and new architecture is fascinating to me coming from Northern California..

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    Thank you Brian and Devon. The Contax G lenses are excellent performers with m43. Brian, that is an amazing old/new contrast composition.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Mosley View Post
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    Godfrey, do you frame and focus using the G1's articulating screen? that's quite a candid. Well Done.
    Thank you! That one was focused and framed at eye-level using the EVF. As was this one, taken a few minutes prior (same lens and settings, a little shorter exposure time):


    One of the reasons I've decided to stick with the G1 and not buy a GF1 is that I use the EVF rather a lot; having the EVF built-in and always available is a plus, as is the ability to split the EVF with information panel on the LCD.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post

    Panasonic G1 + Konica Hexanon AR 40mm f/1.8
    ISO 400 @ f/1.8 @ 1/10 second

    Godfrey......Very nice candid.....and steady hands.....I have trouble with the same kit shooting at that speed without blur.

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    I found some coast today... hope to get some good light and weather conditions over the next couple of days to get back - these were taken just as the light was failing before sunset.

    E-P2 + 20mm f1.7
    1/80s f/3.5 at 20.0mm iso200


    E-P2 + 20mm f1.7
    1/80s f/3.5 at 20.0mm iso200


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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Mosley View Post
    I found some coast today... hope to get some good light and weather conditions over the next couple of days to get back - these were taken just as the light was failing before sunset.

    E-P2 + 20mm f1.7
    1/80s f/3.5 at 20.0mm iso200


    E-P2 + 20mm f1.7
    1/80s f/3.5 at 20.0mm iso200


    Cheers

    Brian
    Hi Brian,
    Both of your coastal images are beautiful. The lighthouse and rock formations in the first image as well as the houses in the second image are tack sharp. It seems you brought out the best of the 20mm f1.7 lens. BTW, the little pancake lens has certainly become one of my most favorite lenses of all time. All the best, Leica 77.

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    A few from the last few days,

    From my drive to school on Thursday, was a bit early and so took a little side trip and got this,


    These two are of my friend Sami's artwork. She wanted photographs of them for her portfolio,
    both are with the E-P1 and 17mm



    Then these last two are from my day spent working in Santa Rosa on video backdrops for my school's production of Chicago,
    both with E-P1 and Canon FD 50mm f/1.4



    Not my best work, but will have more time again for photography once the show and this business with designing a wine label is over with.

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    Devon, that last shot is terrific! love it...

    Thanks Leica 77, I was very impressed by the sharpness, given these were handheld. Love that 20mm f1.7!

    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Mosley View Post
    Devon, that last shot is terrific! love it...
    Cheers

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    Since I got the E-P1 the poor E-3 hasn't seen much use, but some time off work combined with good weather meant I took them both out yesterday - great fun
    A few from the River Severn, which separates England from Wales:
    E-P1/9-18mm:


    E-P1/Ultron 35mm:


    E-3/50-200mm:






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    Death of a bloom

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    Gehry's Staircase (at the Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto)



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    Quote Originally Posted by Devon Shaw View Post
    A few from the last few days,

    From my drive to school on Thursday, was a bit early and so took a little side trip and got this,

    Nice. It has a bit of an HDR look to it. Would you mind sharing your post treatment?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JBurnett View Post
    Gehry's Staircase (at the Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto)



    Lovely shots, John. How did you smuggle a camera in there?

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    Somebody left it behind...G1 + 45-200mm.

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    More coastal shots from this evening...

    E-P2 + 20mm f1.7
    1/30s f/5.0 at 20.0mm iso200


    E-P2 + ZD 9-18mm f4-5.6
    1/2s f/6.3 at 9.0mm iso200


    E-P2 + ZD 9-18mm f4-5.6
    3s f/6.3 at 9.0mm iso200


    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by JBurnett View Post
    Gehry's Staircase (at the Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto)



    Very nice, John. Love the soft curving lines.
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    very cool stuff from everyone here. Nice!

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    Nice. It has a bit of an HDR look to it. Would you mind sharing your post treatment?
    Hi Rawfa,
    You are right, it does. I just recently started experimenting a bit more with HDR and this is a product of that. This was shot handheld and is three different exposures from my E-P1 and 17mm combined in Photomatix Pro 2.5 and then further tweaked in Nik Color Efex Pro.
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    Finally cracked and got an EP2 . . . . the EVF is workable, but I don't love it, the camera is great though . . . . been trying a few shots with the

    Leica 90 f2.8 elmarit -
    here's one at 800 ISO



    Oly 14-42
    The new kit lens seems to be better than my previous ones as well (less CA, sharper corners)

    Emma bought some new chickens after our last fox catastrophe - here they are:
    ISO 2500


    The greenhouse certainly needs a bit of TLC:



    Crocuses have arrived:





    The church at Carleton Forehoe (2 minutes from the office)



    With the lovely 45mm macro
    The churchyard is full of snowdrops and Aconites





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    Hi There
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    - that Zeiss shot is wonderful . . . I still regret selling my father's G2 lenses
    Still, it's the light that makes the shot so nice rather than the obvious sharpness.

    Brian-
    That implies that BT worship is on the cards . . . take care!
    The coastal shots are nicely composed and all . . . but a complete lack of light is always a bit of an issue!

    Devon - I still can't quite get to grips with the HDR look of the barn. but that last 'full frontal' shot of the boy is wonderful (although I can imagine he might not be so keen!).

    Mike - lovely - I especially like the 2nd shot of the fence in the water, the 3rd shot of the old gate and the last one of the bridge

    Klaus - your death of a bloom is sublime (as always).

    John - what a wonderful staircase - surprisingly I think I prefer the colour shot

    Tullio - what an extravagant glove to leave behind - did it drop off a ski-lift?

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    Lovely shots, John. How did you smuggle a camera in there?

    Keith
    The AGO (Art Gallery of Ontario) allows cameras inside, but you can't take pictures of the artwork. My only regret was that on this visit the lower floors of the staircase were blocked off because of the 'Tut' exhibit (and will remain so until sometime in April). However, the staircase between the 4th and 5th floors (where the stairs actually snake outside of the building) is open.

    From outside:



    From inside:



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    What a lovely diverse group of images above. I enjoyed all and won't add my comments more than that. I guess I'm just in a funk --grey/grey/brown does that to one LOL--so I've enjoyed looking at others photos.

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    Thanks for the comments Jono,
    I was just looking through the galleries on your site, you have some impressive stuff there.
    I worked on an alternate version of the barn at the same time, but ended up preferring the color one,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diane B View Post
    What a lovely diverse group of images above. I enjoyed all and won't add my comments more than that. I guess I'm just in a funk --grey/grey/brown does that to one LOL--so I've enjoyed looking at others photos.

    Diane
    HI Diane
    I so do know what you mean - we had some unusual and exciting snow a while back, but for weeks it's just been grey and cold every day yeuch.
    Today and yesterday however, it's been like spring - lovely, although there is still a chilly breeze

    Devon.
    too much stuff on website I'm afraid, and reduced to pictures of puppies

    I like the colour version of the barn better as well . . . but I think the foreground is too bright - it just isn't like that when you get a grey sky, and my mind rebels against it! (unless, of course, the foreground is lit by the sun, but that looks quite different). I generally feel that if you need more than two shots to get the dynamic range in, then it's likely to look unnatural. The other thing is that I'm never convinced by the 'blending' that lots of these programs do - I think it looks better generally when you use the different photos for the different parts of the picture, and just deal with the edges (difficult with trees!). Of course, this is just my personal feeling, and I usually seem to be wrong .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post
    Thank you! That one was focused and framed at eye-level using the EVF. As was this one, taken a few minutes prior (same lens and settings, a little shorter exposure time):


    One of the reasons I've decided to stick with the G1 and not buy a GF1 is that I use the EVF rather a lot; having the EVF built-in and always available is a plus, as is the ability to split the EVF with information panel on the LCD.
    Plus the EVF on the GF! isn't NEARLY as good as the one on the G1. http://forum.getdpi.com/forum/images/smilies/smile.gif
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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
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    Tullio - what an extravagant glove to leave behind - did it drop off a ski-lift?
    ...
    Someone must have taken it off temporarily, placed it on that stick and forgot to retrieve it. We were the only ones left at the park so I imagine that whoever owned it simply forgot about it and would eventually come back for it.

    I solve the flower shot with the 45mm macro. The bokeh is beautiful. Great shot (although all others are very nice as well).
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    Gehry's Staircase (at the Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto)



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    Quote Originally Posted by peterb View Post
    Plus the EVF on the GF! isn't NEARLY as good as the one on the G1.
    No offense intended, but I find that statement to be irrelevant. The GF1 EVF works nicely in my experience, even it if is lower resolution. But overall the G1 body does things a little more comfortably for my hands. ;-)

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    Hi guys, I'm a new m43 happy owner
    After few days with my new Panasonic GF1 I can say that is worth the change!

    Part of a photoshoot done to my bike, more to come stay tuned.

    GF1 14-45 @14

    3 shoots joined (one over exp one under exp and one good)

    HDR post done in Adobe PhotoShop

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    Nice! Did you use a tripod or was it hand held? I can't seem to get three hand-held identical shots to do HDR processing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post

    Devon.
    too much stuff on website I'm afraid, and reduced to pictures of puppies

    I like the colour version of the barn better as well . . . but I think the foreground is too bright - it just isn't like that when you get a grey sky, and my mind rebels against it! (unless, of course, the foreground is lit by the sun, but that looks quite different). I generally feel that if you need more than two shots to get the dynamic range in, then it's likely to look unnatural. The other thing is that I'm never convinced by the 'blending' that lots of these programs do - I think it looks better generally when you use the different photos for the different parts of the picture, and just deal with the edges (difficult with trees!). Of course, this is just my personal feeling, and I usually seem to be wrong .

    all the best
    Jono,
    I think you are right as far as combining individual parts of multiple exposures looking more natural. For this shot though I was after a more surreal look and my lack of a tripod made hand stitching feel not overly appealing. Thank you for your thoughts,
    -Devon

    P.S. Your sets from Suffolk in 2008 are quite gorgeous. Hopefully I will get to travel and run away for a while once summer comes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tullio View Post
    Nice! Did you use a tripod or was it hand held? I can't seem to get three hand-held identical shots to do HDR processing.
    I was lying down on the floor with a micro rubberized tripod, the tricky part

    People around was looking me 'bout what was doing in this position....

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    GF1 + Olympus OM 80/200 f4.5 1/1000 ISO 200



    Olympus 50 f.14 1/30 ISO 200


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    Quote Originally Posted by maxmorrison View Post
    GF1 + Olympus OM 80/200 f4.5 1/1000 ISO 200
    Love the cat - looks like you are taking an image of what he/she sees

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    IR converted GF1

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    Awesome work, Bob. I really like the IR conversion!
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    EP1 + Chinon 50mm f1.7

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    Jono, you're right about the lack of light... but when you're doing a PAD you have to work with what you're given

    Luckily, the sun was shining early this morning...

    E-P2 + 20mm f1.7
    1/400s f/5.6 at 20.0mm iso200


    E-P2 + 20mm f1.7
    1/1000s f/5.6 at 20.0mm iso200


    Cheers

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    Some of my Salton Sea shots done with G1/GF1/GF1-IR








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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Mosley View Post
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    Luckily, the sun was shining early this morning...
    Beautiful shots, Brian. Did you do HDR processing? What color mode do you normally shoot in and how do you set Sat/Cont/Sharp on your EP2?
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    Thanks Bob,

    in this case, I did shoot a half dozen shots and put them through PhotoAcute - before finishing in Lightzone.

    I have my parameters set to allow accurate exposure histogram display in line with the raw file. Which means Natural Colour/Saturation -2/Sharpening -2/Contrast -2/Normal Gradation/Zero noise filtering.

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    Thanks for the info., Brian.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Hi There
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    - that Zeiss shot is wonderful . . . I still regret selling my father's G2 lenses
    Still, it's the light that makes the shot so nice rather than the obvious sharpness.

    Brian-
    That implies that BT worship is on the cards . . . take care!
    The coastal shots are nicely composed and all . . . but a complete lack of light is always a bit of an issue!

    Devon - I still can't quite get to grips with the HDR look of the barn. but that last 'full frontal' shot of the boy is wonderful (although I can imagine he might not be so keen!).

    Mike - lovely - I especially like the 2nd shot of the fence in the water, the 3rd shot of the old gate and the last one of the bridge

    Klaus - your death of a bloom is sublime (as always).

    John - what a wonderful staircase - surprisingly I think I prefer the colour shot

    Tullio - what an extravagant glove to leave behind - did it drop off a ski-lift?

    all the best
    Thank you Jono. Nice to see that you are back into m43 again with your new E-P2 and lovely early spring images.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TEBnewyork View Post
    Some of my Salton Sea shots done with G1/GF1/GF1-IR







    Nice work Terry. Love the fish head and dark sky in the shot with the demolished building.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Mosley View Post
    Thanks Bob,

    in this case, I did shoot a half dozen shots and put them through PhotoAcute - before finishing in Lightzone.

    I have my parameters set to allow accurate exposure histogram display in line with the raw file. Which means Natural Colour/Saturation -2/Sharpening -2/Contrast -2/Normal Gradation/Zero noise filtering.

    Cheers

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    Nice work Brian. Does Photoacute support the E-P2 yet or did you convert the orf files to another format?
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