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    Panasonic G1 + Konica 40mm f/1.8
    ISO 400 @ f/1.8 @ 1/4 second

    comments always appreciated, thanks for looking!
    Last edited by Godfrey; 29th April 2010 at 13:16.

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    market getting ready for buyers

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    Chives


    GF1 with Leica Lumix G Vario-Elmam 1:3.8 - 5.6 \14 - 50 ASPH. - ISO 800 - f/5.6 - 1/1000 - 50mm


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    LUMIX G1 + NOVOFLEX ADAPTER modified for KONICA HEXAR lenses by an additional shim of 0.2mm .

    Two of my RED/GREY cycle images . I am working on a bigger series of just RED/GREY colored images using only the LUMIX G1 + KONICA and HASSELBLAD lenses .

    Shots taken with KONICA HEXAR 2/50mm lens . Slight modification in PSCS4 .

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    Rick, thats a winner !!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick Waldroup View Post
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    Great shot Rick. Perfect timing and nice B&W tonality.
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    There are a lot of embarassingly good pictures here. Embarassingly good because they reach beyond what most people's expectations of the capabilities of 4/3rds cameras.

    Especially, shawn, Brian, Rick, Dan and Klaus

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    Rick, that's a delightful photograph... thanks for sharing, and Carl - that's a superb combination, in very capable hands!

    Thanks everyone, for making this a must revisit thread

    Came across this peat dam on our walk in the country today.

    E-P2 + 20mm f1.7
    1/800s f/3.5 at 20.0mm iso200


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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Mosley View Post
    Rick, that's a delightful photograph... thanks for sharing, and Carl - that's a superb combination, in very capable hands!

    Thanks everyone, for making this a must revisit thread

    Came across this peat dam on our walk in the country today.

    E-P2 + 20mm f1.7
    1/800s f/3.5 at 20.0mm iso200


    Cheers

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    Thank you Brian. I'm also enjoying the landscape images of your diverse countryside.
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    Waterfall from a hike this weekend 05/01/10 in COlorado Springs, CO



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    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post

    comments always appreciated, thanks for looking!
    I enjoy looking at it! Thanks for posting!

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    This is an exciting thread showing many really good images .
    Thanks to all who show their images here .

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    There are a lot of embarassingly good pictures here. Embarassingly good because they reach beyond what most people's expectations of the capabilities of 4/3rds cameras.

    Especially, shawn, Brian, Rick, Dan and Klaus

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    Thank you for your kind words . . . . .

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    mFT does very well, or I should say, the GF1 since that is my only sample, at producing files that print very well.
    I did a 22 by 16 or so print yesterday and I was very impressed. Side by side comparisons with M8 files were awfully close.
    The one caveat is that sharpening needs to be handled carefully as they easily look over-sharpened.
    lately for large print using CS5, I have been using simple bicubic to get the file to print size plus 20% then bicubic sharper to bring it back down to size.
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    Thanks for the reminder Bob, I just took a look at the Leica image thread and I think we're doing surprisingly well over here! I need to get my Hexanon lenses out for some shallow depth of field work.

    E-PL1 + Hexanon 57mm f1.2
    1/60s f/2.8 at 57.0mm iso500


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    E-PL1 + 20mm f1.7
    1/200s f/2.8 at 20.0mm iso200


    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Mosley View Post
    E-PL1 + 20mm f1.7
    1/200s f/2.8 at 20.0mm iso200

    Cheers
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    Hi Brian,
    It's a lovely shot! All the best. Leica 77.

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    Thanks Leica 77

    Cheers

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    From my walk this morning... I wanted to show some images from m4/3rds with more narrow depth of field.

    E-P2 + Hexanon 57mm f1.2
    1/800s f/4.0 at 57.0mm iso200


    E-P2 + Hexanon 57mm f1.2
    1/800s f/5.6 at 57.0mm iso200


    E-P2 + Hexanon 57mm f1.2
    1/2000s f/4.0 at 57.0mm iso200


    And of course the superbly sharp 20mm f1.7 - such a versatile lens!

    E-P2 + 20mm f1.7
    1/800s f/5.6 at 20.0mm iso200


    Thanks for looking

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    Yes, agree. The Pana 20 mm is a must have !

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    E-P2 + 20mm f1.7
    1/2s f/16.0 at 20.0mm iso100

    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Mosley View Post

    E-P2 + 20mm f1.7
    1/2s f/16.0 at 20.0mm iso100

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    Brian, Lovely woodland scene and nice lighting.
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    Thanks Carl, I must get an ND filter for this kind of shooting.

    Cheers

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    Sunset Sunshine Garden


    GF1 with Voigtlander Nokton Asph 50 mm f/1.5 - ISO 100 - f/1.5 - 1/1600 - 50mm

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    Watersprites, can you see them both?


    E-P2 + 20mm f1.7
    1/60s f/16.0 at 20.0mm iso100
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    Brian, the spirits are alive and well for that moment in time. The hunch back appears to be a little to much for his counterpart.

    . . . . . they both look as they are about to come apart but at the same time stay cool.

    Excellent find, a great shot!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kweide View Post
    Yes, agree. The Pana 20 mm is a must have !

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    I value your opinion. I have the Oly 17, shall I buy the Pano 20 as well (can't buy it with a body as I have an E-P2 and a G1)

    I see from your bills that you are into eating again. 15 loaves of Uber-Pumpernickel, and 5 Bavarian cream cakes won't help the agility that you need for your photography - I think there is other stuff in those lists, but I can't translate it.

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    Keith, I'm not Klaus - but I can certainly highly recommend the 20mm f1.7... I've found it to be worth every penny.

    Cheers

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    ... Banjo & Kazoo ...


    Panasonic L1 + Olympus ZD 25mm f/2.8
    ISO 200 @ f/5 @ 1/40 second

    A street minstrel in Dublin, Ireland.

    Comments always appreciated, thanks for looking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post

    Panasonic L1 + Olympus ZD 25mm f/2.8
    ISO 200 @ f/5 @ 1/40 second

    A street minstrel in Dublin, Ireland.

    Comments always appreciated, thanks for looking.
    Godfrey

    My kind of shot (and music, I think) At first I thought that it was a too-tight crop, but after a good look, I think not. I am beginning to feel that cropping is one of the most important artistic tools that the photographer has to master.

    Well done

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    My kind of shot (and music, I think) At first I thought that it was a too-tight crop, but after a good look, I think not. I am beginning to feel that cropping is one of the most important artistic tools that the photographer has to master.

    Well done
    Thank you, Keith.

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    Spring? Trail crews still not finished with repairs on some of our gorge trails.
    E-P2 with Contax G 28mm f/2.8 Biogon

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    Keith, I'm not Klaus - but I can certainly highly recommend the 20mm f1.7... I've found it to be worth every penny.

    Cheers

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    +1


    I love having the GF1 with 20mm in my coat pocket. I took this shot while walking to work the other day. The photo is the front entrance of St. James Cathedral in Seattle, the light was right on a nice cool morning, and the window over the doors just looked good.


    GF1 with LUMIX G 20/F1.7 - ISO 100 - f/1.7 - 1/250 - 20mm


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    Hey Keith

    i never thought i would have to say that but: If you attach that Pana lens to you E-Px body you will instantly forget about the Oly 17 mm although it is a gem too. Reasons are so easy to see:

    Pro
    It is razor sharp even at f1.7
    it has a fine bokeh
    it renders beautifully with a really fine microcontrast.

    Cons
    It is only 20 mm, would prefer 14 mm at f1.7

    It is now my always on lens on E-P1

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    Quote Originally Posted by kweide View Post
    Hey Keith

    i never thought i would have to say that but: If you attach that Pana lens to you E-Px body you will instantly forget about the Oly 17 mm although it is a gem too. Reasons are so easy to see:

    Pro
    It is razor sharp even at f1.7
    it has a fine bokeh
    it renders beautifully with a really fine microcontrast.

    Cons
    It is only 20 mm, would prefer 14 mm at f1.7

    It is now my always on lens on E-P1

    Klaus
    Brian and Klaus:

    Thanks for the advice - I get a Pana 20/1.7 today

    Keith

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    Congratulations Keith

    I'm sure you'll love it!


    E-P2 + 20mm f1.7
    1/400s f/3.5 at 20.0mm iso200

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    Here are a couple of pictures from my recent trip to Rome - after dusk and with the lights switched on

    E-P2 with 14-42 kit zoom

    "Trevi Fountain 1 and 2"

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    Very interesting post processing, so sharp Keith! what are you using to process these?

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    Very interesting post processing, so sharp Keith! what are you using to process these?

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    Brian - it is Topaz Adjust 4.

    Simon Hughes, a regular contributor to this site also uses Topaz. His web site explains why he likes it ( http://web.mac.com/simonchughes/Site/Home.html ) - and I am totally in line with him. It is not just what you see, but it is mostly about what you feel when you take an image. Topaz images make look at first glance exaggerated, but they give me much more confidence of "this is what I saw"

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    I picked up a used Carl Zeiss Distagon T* 2.8/35 which was originally mounted on a Contax camera. Found it a neighborhood camera shop, Jim's Camera in Seattle. I took this shot while driving over the ship canal bridge.

    View of University of Washington lower campus and Medical Center with the roof of Husky Stadium and Cascade mountains in the background.

    GF1 with Zeiss Distagon 35mm f/2.8 -- ISO 100 -- f/5.6 - 1/1000 -- 35mm





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    GF-1 Leica Summilux 34/1.4 ASPH


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    Hi All,
    I recently got Lightroom 2 and Photoshop Cs5 and have been playing around.
    I also have been using Lightzone, Olympus Studio 2 and Photomatix 3 Pro.
    Im sure i can do everything in Ps5, problem is theres so many tools, filters and do-dads to play with i get lost.
    Here are a couple of HDR pics, there not great. First attempt etc, i will have to play around more. I really like the effect though. J

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    Lovely photo Biglouis, looks just like my cat "Fily" i had when i was younger.
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    Well we are currently having the second thunderstorm of the year and i have no chance of getting any pics of lightning due to the fact that its daylight and im not experienced enough to capture such an image.
    Anyone got any lightning pics to share?
    I would love to see them and know how you captured them.

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    Just getting around to process some of my "non-Bokeh" images from my cruise.

    Kusadasi in Turkey has some of the most dramatic coastline landscape pictures that can be taken from a ship.

    This is a late afternoon sailaway. Fortunately most ships leave at this time, so the lighting is wonderful - but it needs special attention in PS

    Olympus E-P2 with kit zoom, 14-42, 1/4000s, f5.6

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Mosley View Post
    Thanks for the reminder Bob, I just took a look at the Leica image thread and I think we're doing surprisingly well over here!
    Hi Brian.
    Not sure that it's surprising, but I certainly agree. Do you have a theory to explain why so many of the great posters come from Seattle? (on both threads)

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    Snoqualmie Falls


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    Just finished adapting my 1915 VPK Meniscus Achromat to an M42 focusing helicoid. Some interesting/artsy results as expected.





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    JGH, thanks for the comment. Keith, that is a very dramatic maritime shot. Lovely shots by Dan and Dragos.

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