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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    I really like this photo. The composition is excellent.
    Thanks a bunch. I didn't think I was going to get the bird before it took off. I was pretty close (animal wise) to be able to get that shot with the 45 Macro and people were doing the whole Pier 39 thing all around. I was REALLY surprised to see it came out so well myself.
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    Here's a few more I just got through. All taken with G1 and GF1.

    "Airing Out"


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    The Wire Man shot is great. Nice stuff.

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    Cardboard Sarah - Repbublican Party State Convention - Dallas, Texas - June 12, 2010

    The camera was a Lumix L1 with the Panaleica 14-50 zoom


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    The "Airing Out" shot is great - did you do selective blurring in PP?

    Love the Cardboard Sarah shot Rick, well seen and great use of sharp focus/depth of field.

    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Mosley View Post
    The "Airing Out" shot is great - did you do selective blurring in PP?

    Love the Cardboard Sarah shot Rick, well seen and great use of sharp focus/depth of field.

    Cheers

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    Thanks all. The blurring was already there but I enhanced it just slightly to give it a more 3D effect in PP. I shot that with the GF1/45 Macro walking by at waist level. It's in Union Square in San Francisco going into the parking garage.
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    Recently added a Voigtlander Skopar 25mm F4 to the collection, in anticipation of an M8 purchase (maybe lol). Some issues reported with this focal length and wider on m4/3, but I was very impressed on my first outing when paired with the E-P1 (although any fuzzy corner issues are probably negated by my processing anyway )






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    This is ENGLAND

    E-PL1 + mZD 14-150mm f4-5.6
    1/250s f/5.6 at 42.0mm iso200


    C&C Welcome and appreciated.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Mosley View Post
    This is ENGLAND

    E-PL1 + mZD 14-150mm f4-5.6
    1/250s f/5.6 at 42.0mm iso200
    C&C Welcome and appreciated.

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    Brian, why have people fattened up so much - is it deep fried Mars Bars?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick Waldroup View Post
    Cardboard Sarah - Repbublican Party State Convention - Dallas, Texas - June 12, 2010

    The camera was a Lumix L1 with the Panaleica 14-50 zoom

    You don't see one as good as this too often

    That is in true early photo journalist style

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    The Wire Man shot is great. Nice stuff.
    Thanks for the comment... I was running late for work this morning.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Woods View Post
    Recently added a Voigtlander Skopar 25mm F4 to the collection, in anticipation of an M8 purchase (maybe lol). Some issues reported with this focal length and wider on m4/3, but I was very impressed on my first outing when paired with the E-P1 (although any fuzzy corner issues are probably negated by my processing anyway )






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    Mike, These are really nice. I think that lens is a winner.

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    Impala Reflections


    GF1 with Leica Summicron-M 35mm f/2 ASPH. -- ISO 100 -- f/2.8 -- 1/1000


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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    Mike, These are really nice. I think that lens is a winner.
    Thanks Cindy,

    Here's another from yesterday evening with the same combo:


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    Brian, why have people fattened up so much - is it deep fried Mars Bars?

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    Hi Keith, I think that's a Scottish delicacy

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    E-P2 + mZD 9-18
    1/25s f/4.0 at 9.0mm iso200


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    So many beautiful sea/beachskapes from Leica, Udvang and Biglouis, I thought to add some of mine I took recently at Wimereux at the Channal coast.
    All done with the Leica APO Telyt 180/3.4 ( The first one is actually with the kitlens )

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    - Horizon 1 -


    - Horizon 2 -
    Last edited by Michiel Schierbeek; 17th June 2010 at 07:49.

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    Lovely shots, Michiel, and you're bringing back memories from 20years ago, when we finished every summer holiday here :

    http://www.hoteldelaplage-audresselles.com/index.html

    One of the best places I know to have fresh seafood ...

    Hoho, is this forum slowly moving from photography to gastronomy

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    Brian Mosley you do have the new 14-150mm and you didnt tell anyone?

    How do you compare it to the m.zuiko 14-42mm in e-p1 ?

    how are longer focal lenghts if stopped to f8

    from what i have seen it is a little sharper then the already good mentioned above at 14mm and much better at 45mm

    how is the autofocus in video?

    does it have zoom creep?

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    Hi compositor, yes - we've been doing an experience diary on the mZD 9-18 and mZD 14-150 over the last couple of days... well spotted!

    That's a good question about the mZD 14-42 on the E-P1... I think the mZD 14-150 works ideally as a twin lens kit with the mZD 9-18. If you just had the 14-150, you may miss the compactness of the mZD 14-42, and the 14-42 is probably better in the corners at 14mm...

    It doesn't have any zoom creep, and I'm not sure that autofocus is a good idea in video, but it's fast and quiet.

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    First time out with the GF-1 and my CV Nokton 50/1.5. A great combination, imho.




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    Michiel, thanks for the commenting on my beachscapes. But yours are, in a word, outstanding!

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    Quote Originally Posted by biglouis View Post
    First time out with the GF-1 and my CV Nokton 50/1.5. A great combination, imho.
    Louis, Great Shots! Love the shoes hanging from the lamp post! . . . . . and the flowers as well.

    You are not alone in thinking that the CV Nokton 50/1.5 with the GF1 is a great combo! A wonderful lens . . . . .

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    Another couple with the mZD 14-150 this morning...

    E-PL1 + mZD 14-150mm f4-5.6
    1/320s f/5.6 at 135.0mm iso200


    E-PL1 + mZD 14-150mm f4-5.6
    1/200s f/5.6 at 150.0mm iso200


    C&C Welcome and appreciated.

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    Brian that lens is looking good - nice mallard

    Louis, love the poppies. Here's another from this morning, E-P1 and Skopar 25mm F4, wide open:



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

    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    So many beautiful sea/beachskapes from Leica, Udvang and Biglouis, I thought to add some of mine I took recently at Wimereux at the Channal coast.
    All done with the Leica APO Telyt 180/3.4 ( The first one is actually with the kitlens )

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    Love your sky/seascapes

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    Hey Mike - this image is lovely. It would fit the bokeh thread a treat - lots of people over there could miss this

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Woods View Post
    Brian that lens is looking good - nice mallard

    Louis, love the poppies. Here's another from this morning, E-P1 and Skopar 25mm F4, wide open:



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    Brian: gobsmacked at the clarity of the duck shots - particularly the head shot.

    Mike: darn it. That is a super shot. Another cracking example of CV lenses on the GF-1.

    I'm kinda thinking of getting a CV 35/1.4 just for use with the GF-1.

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    Touching the Fountain - Waiting for the Spray


    GF1 with Leica Summicron-M 35mm F/2 -- ISO 100 -- f/4 -- 1/1000 -- 35mm


    Until the Fountain Starts UP

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    Dan, very amusing and well captured

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    Great capture of the scene Dan, thanks for sharing.

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    Dan, great capture of the running people... there is really 'movement' in this shot

    and I also love poppy's


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    Quote Originally Posted by JerryMK View Post
    Dan, great capture of the running people... there is really 'movement' in this shot

    and I also love poppy's

    Nice from the ground up transparancy Jerry!

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    One more from Wimereux with the Leica APO Telyt 180/3.4.

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    Each year the Fremont Neighborhood in Seattle has an Fair and Parade to Celebrate the Summer Solstice. Usually about 100,000 people will attend, and during the parade it has been a tradition that some naked bicyclists buzz the parade route. This year was no exception except perhaps the numbers, there were a couple of hundred of them with most wearing at least body paint.


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    . . . . . yes it continues to rain in Seattle. If nothing else, I found that body paint holds up pretty well in the rain!


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    REFLECTING 'RAPTOR'


    DMC-GF1 - LEICA D VARIO-ELMAR 14-50mm - ISO 100 - 25mm - f/7.1 - 1/200

    . . . . . needed to post a photo from a few months ago . . . . .

    To help remember what the sun looks like!


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    Dan inspired me to dig out this one which was taken this year in Monte Carlo.

    "Polish thy boat til she reflecteth an image of wealth and power"

    E-P2 with 14-42 kit zoom

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    GF1 and Nikon 50mm Ais


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    Hi Keith, Dan, and ReeRay,
    Nice sharp images! I love them all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ReeRay View Post
    GF1 and Nikon 50mm Ais

    Wow, that is sharp

    Great portrait, thanks for sharing

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    Violet Poppy


    GF1 with Ernst Leitz GmbH Wetzlar - Elmar 9cm f/4 -- ISO 100 -- f/4 -- 1/80 -- 9cm


    Walk in the rain this morning . . . . .

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    A couple from yesterday evening, E-P1 with 25mm Skopar:




    And one from today, old barge, River Severn, Gloucestershire

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    You Never Know Who Is Going To Stop By For A Visit

    I watched this ship dock outside my window and was trying to figure out where it is from. Turns out that I'm (LOL) playing host to a Russian missile cruiser on a friendly visit to San Francisco. Let's hope they've emptied out those missile chambers.

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    Cardboard Sarah - Repbublican Party State Convention - Dallas, Texas - June 12, 2010

    That cardboard Sarah is a real keeper. Congratulation Rick ! I like it a lot, both for its esthetical qualities and for the message it conveys about that woman; even the title of the image is perfect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TEBnewyork View Post
    You Never Know Who Is Going To Stop By For A Visit
    I watched this ship dock outside my window and was trying to figure out where it is from. Turns out that I'm (LOL) playing host to a Russian missile cruiser on a friendly visit to San Francisco. Let's hope they've emptied out those missile chambers.
    G2 Leica R 180mm elmarit
    Hi Terry,
    What an unusual sight! The G2 + Leica R 180mm Elmarit seem like a winning combo.

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    A walk on the beach with friends. Olympus E-330 + Kit Lens.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Leica 77 View Post
    Hi Terry,
    What an unusual sight! The G2 + Leica R 180mm Elmarit seem like a winning combo.
    just as an aside
    thats a flotilla commanders flag on the hoist

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    E-P2 + mZD 14-150mm f4-5.6
    1/500s f/7.1 at 150.0mm iso200


    E-P2 + mZD 14-150mm f4-5.6
    1/640s f/7.1 at 150.0mm iso200


    E-P2 + mZD 14-150mm f4-5.6
    1/250s f/7.1 at 150.0mm iso200


    E-P2 + mZD 14-150mm f4-5.6
    1/250s f/7.1 at 150.0mm iso200


    C&C Welcome and appreciated.

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    those are fantastic could you post some raw photos brian mosley... im waiting for a proper review but no one posts raw files with the e-p2 so that i can get a impression of it. to see if it is s sharper at 150mm and f8 with good subjects like you do in those phots that are amazing (i think i could extract more detail than the photo you have with lightroom and my presettings)

    im ot registered in that site but you could post some


    do you have some half body portrait i daylight or with flash (bounced or with some diffusor)

    if i bought it will be my vacation all day lens and t take portraits (even though withou much background blur i know but at least they will pop because this les has spot on contrast not too much not too little and no veil/glare/haze like my m.zuiko 14-42 kit lens)

    which are the focal lenghst yu think are the most fantastic?

    from what i have see it must be 25mm or 45mm but at 14mm it is very good too wide open

    thanks

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