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    Great fun this camera. Went to a realy dark blues club tonight, Blues Factory in Pattaya.

    GH1 with OM Zuiko 35mm f/2 @ f/2.0 and ISO1600




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    Desert is starting to bloom

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    Today I got a peek...


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    I've found a portrait lens for m43: OM Zuiko 35mm f/2.0. I wasn't too impressed with it on film, but on m43, it's absurdly sharp. Now, all I need is an m43 camera with a Fuji sensor

    GH1 with OM Zuiko 35mm f/2.0 @ f/2.0

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    I find the bokeh of the 40-150mm quite interesting:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    I've found a portrait lens for m43: OM Zuiko 35mm f/2.0. I wasn't too impressed with it on film, but on m43, it's absurdly sharp. Now, all I need is an m43 camera with a Fuji sensor

    GH1 with OM Zuiko 35mm f/2.0 @ f/2.0

    http://forum.getdpi.com/gallery/files/4/9/unshaved2.jpg
    Nice and sharp, but you need to stop down a little ... the nose is out of focus while the eyes are sharp. ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post
    Nice and sharp, but you need to stop down a little ... the nose is out of focus while the eyes are sharp. ;-)
    Nah..... I'll just find a model with a smaller nose... a cute model with a cute, little nose
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    E-520 and Vivitar 135/2.8 at ~ f5.6



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    Yesterday I was taking pictures of an orchid plant that has been in bloom for about two months. I think my new apartment had light/temp that the orchids love. So this morning I bought one for another room. Decided to take some shots of it to see what it looks like to day and then a month or so from now (as there are about 50 more buds getting ready to burst open).


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    Quote Originally Posted by TEBnewyork View Post
    Yesterday I was taking pictures of an orchid plant that has been in bloom for about two months. I think my new apartment had light/temp that the orchids love. So this morning I bought one for another room. Decided to take some shots of it to see what it looks like to day and then a month or so from now (as there are about 50 more buds getting ready to burst open).
    Lovely image, Terry. Beautiful color and composition

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    Lovely image, Terry. Beautiful color and composition

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    +1 Terry! I love orchids and your image is lovely as Keith mentioned. All the best!

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    A little experiment here--can the G1 do concert photography? I would have liked to use a Leica lens, but my Cirrus M adapter arrived defective and is being sent back for replacement. So I got out my old Olympus OM 50/1.4, affixed it to the G1, and gave it a whirl. It's the Bach Brandenburg Concerto #5. Settings, 1/100 at f/2. Click to view large.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Klein View Post
    A little experiment here--can the G1 do concert photography? I would have liked to use a Leica lens, but my Cirrus M adapter arrived defective and is being sent back for replacement. So I got out my old Olympus OM 50/1.4, affixed it to the G1, and gave it a whirl. It's the Bach Brandenburg Concerto #5. Settings, 1/100 at f/2. Click to view large.

    P.S. Would someone please tell me the secret to posting a flickr image directly here, rather than as an uploaded attachment?
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    Very nice shot. I'm getting increasingly impressed with the Panasonics' low light capabilities. Here's one from last night:

    GH1 with Reflex Nikkor 500mm f/8 @ ISO100 and 1s.



    GH1 with Reflex Nikkor 500mm f/8 @ ISO100 and 1s.

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    Just disregard all I've ever said, at least some of it. The photos on this page that I claimed were taken with the OM Zuiko 35mm f/2 are all taken with the 50mm f/2 Macro. No wonder they are sharp

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    E-P2 + 20mm f1.7
    1/400s f/7.1 at 20.0mm iso200


    ...and one from my Son. Added some orton inspired effect using Lightzone.

    E-PL1 + mZD 14-42mm f3.5-5.6L
    1/200s f/8.0 at 42.0mm iso200


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Nah..... I'll just find a model with a smaller nose... a cute model with a cute, little nose
    LOL !

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    Quote Originally Posted by JerryMK View Post
    Today I got a peek...

    This is a very cool shot, love the perspective and PoF!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    This is a very cool shot, love the perspective and PoF!
    +1. I agree with Jack! It is indeed a very cool close-up shot.

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    E-520, 40-150mm:


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    Quote Originally Posted by JerryMK View Post
    Today I got a peek...

    What an interesting shot! I like it very much!!!
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    Bob Hope still entertaining crowds...

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    E-PL1 + ZD 50mm f2
    1/60s f/5.6 at 50.0mm iso200


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    All alone with no place to go...

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    From a lunchtime walk last week, I thought this was pretty funny. Nobody seems to be looking at the 20/1.7 thread, so I'm posting this here, too.
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    ... Sunlit Glade


    Panasonic L1 + Olympus ZD 50/2 Macro + EC14
    ISO 250 @ f/7.1 @ 1/40 second @ 70mm

    A fun little shoot last Sunday morning. The light was very harsh, however; i had to work hard to find photo opportunities. These trees attracted me the moment I saw them.

    comments always appreciate, thanks for looking!

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    Yes, they can smile.....

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    G1 with nippon kogaku 5.8cm f1.4


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    E-PL1 + 17mm f2.8
    1/60s f/5.0 at 17.0mm iso200


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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Mosley View Post
    E-PL1 + 17mm f2.8
    1/60s f/5.0 at 17.0mm iso200


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    I wouldn't stand under there for too long Brian!

    It really is wet in your part of the world - nice image

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    NW wind about 25 mph, 40 degrees F, water temp about 35 degrees F, but those chilly conditions don't seem to deter the dedicated surfer. Panasonic G1-IR with Carl Zeiss 45mm f/2 Contax G lens. Custom camera icc profile and WB adjustment in LR2.6 and application of Jack's IR false color converter action in CS4.

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    Beauty and the beast. Flowering bush thriving on the rim of the Kilauea caldera. I assume that the plant is either SOx tolerant or wind direction is relatively constant. Olympus E-P2 with Lumix 7-14, 3 shot stitch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    Beauty and the beast. Flowering bush thriving on the rim of the Kilauea caldera. I assume that the plant is either SOx tolerant or wind direction is relatively constant. Olympus E-P2 with Lumix 7-14, 3 shot stitch.

    Aloha Carl,
    Both of your images are fantastic. The second image is a great panorama shot (3-shot stitch), using one of my favorite lenses - Lumix 7-14. Best, Leica 77.

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    Cool pano.!
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    From my last trip to S. Lake Tahoe...


    EP1 + 17mm
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    Quote Originally Posted by Leica 77 View Post
    Aloha Carl,
    Both of your images are fantastic. The second image is a great panorama shot (3-shot stitch), using one of my favorite lenses - Lumix 7-14. Best, Leica 77.
    Thank you Leica77. The Lumix 7-14 is also one of my favorites.
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    Cool pano.!
    Thank you Tullio.
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    GH1 with Canon FD 50mm F1.4:


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    Taken this morning on my hike to Holme Moss Summit, with the wind chill it was flipping freezing.

    E-PL1 + mZD 14-42mm f3.5-5.6L
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    Awesome, Brian!!! I see that you are now shooting with the E-PL1 almost exclusively. In which areas do you think the EPL1 has improved over the EP2? I have the EP1, which I like very much. I even bought a flash for it. I'm wondering if it would be worth replacing it with the EPL1.
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    Hi Bob,

    I've been posting my impressions here... in summary, the user interface is improved in some aspects (most particularly the one touch MF assist zoom for legacy lenses and focus patch selection) and the body is a better shape for heavier legacy lenses (the grip works)... the only major downside is lack of electronic levels, but the grid display has been improved.

    It's also noticeably lighter - with the kit lens, it's featherweight, but I've hung a ZD 35-100mm f2 off it without a creak... so it's strong.

    My favourite is still the E-P1 though, love that classic design (though the user interface can be complex)

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    Brian, did you just reply to my question about the EPL1? If so, thanks but I'm not Bob! Cheers!
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    My friend asked me to take a portrait of her family. I was a bit trepidacious about this as it isn't something I have a lot of experience with but I have taken a lot of single portraits so I figured I could do a decent job for what they wanted to use it for. Unfortunately it was hailing yesterday when we were scheduled to do the portrait and so we had to try and take it inside. I am not very well equipped to do this but ended up using a halogen work light along with my old manual Vivitar flash bounced off one of the walls.
    This is my favorite of the set,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tullio View Post
    Brian, did you just reply to my question about the EPL1? If so, thanks but I'm not Bob! Cheers!
    Doh! sorry Tullio, I was mistaking you for Bob Tullis

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    To get some "target practice" with my new GH1, I went to the Bangkok Motor Show yesterday, but I think there must be something wrong with my camera. I doesn't seem to be able to get the cars in focus. Just look at the example below; the white car is completely blurred

    GH1 with OM Zuiko 100mm f/2.8 @ f/2.8



    Should I send it back to Panasonic for repair, or is it maybe the Zuiko that is at fault here?

    You need more proof? Here you go. On this one, you can hardly recognise the shape of the white car

    GH1 with OM Zuiko 50mm f/2.0 Macro @ f/4.0

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    I guess you just don't know how to snap cars .... a complete failure

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


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    Here, the problem is more obvious: I know that somewhere under her there's a motorbike. There was simply not enough space on the sensor for the girl as well as the bike. I obviously need a full frame camera.

    I've read in a forum called dpsomething that there's a cure called "Jump Ship" that seems to be very popular. Will I get more cars in focus if I jump ship?

    GH1 with OM Zuiko 100mm f/2.8 @ f/2.8 (I think)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    To get some "target practice" with my new GH1, I went to the Bangkok Motor Show yesterday, but I think there must be something wrong with my camera. I doesn't seem to be able to get the cars in focus. Just look at the example below; the white car is completely blurred


    Should I send it back to Panasonic for repair, or is it maybe the Zuiko that is at fault here?

    You need more proof? Here you go. On this one, you can hardly recognise the shape of the white car

    GH1 with OM Zuiko 50mm f/2.0 Macro @ f/4.0

    http://forum.getdpi.com/gallery/files/4/9/feathers.jpg
    Joergen, It is definitely the fault of the Zuiko as it seems to have captured an extra tooth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    Joergen, It is definitely the fault of the Zuiko as it seems to have captured an extra tooth.
    Must be a specialty of the 50mm. Here's one with the 100mm, probably @ f/5.6, and no extra tooth

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    Picnic tables in a ball field. G1-IR with Carl Zeiss 35mm f/2 G.

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    Jorgen, love the last two (especially the bokeh in your last) shots... brilliant, and Carl this is wonderful too.

    Thanks everyone, for making this thread so much fun!

    Cheers

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