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    Quote Originally Posted by ecsh View Post
    Great colors i think from the little 20mm and GF1



    Esch were the old candies taken at the Country Store in Centerville? I live right near there. Nice shots!
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    Rainy Day with Fading Autumn Colors in the Park


    GF1 with Voigtlander Nokton 25mm f0.95 -- ISO 200 -- f0.95 -- 1/1600


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    A couple of recent ones with the E-30




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    One from the harbour today.

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    Yes I know I everybody is taking pictures of their pets, but you know what?
    I like to show this one of, as it shows the sharpness of the not-so-well-known Minolta Rokkor 45mm F2


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    Autumn day... kids playing at the Blair Wich Tree



    G1, Taylor Hobson Super Comat 25mm f1.9

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    some E5 frames, on the job, all with 9-18 and FL50r








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    This is almost all from just the last three months:




    Yeah, I'm having fun! I figure as long as I suck at photography I might as well just collect equipment.


    Canon FD 24mm F/2.8 wide open on the GH1


    Same as above. See 100% crops/images here: http://tesselator.gpmod.com/Images/_...on_FD_24mm_2.8








    Trying to BIF with a Canon FD 85mm f/1.2L hehe... This image is a 100% crop.


    Same as above.








    Canon FD 200mm F/4 (wide open)


    Same as above.


    What a nice sharp lens this is. And so well balanced/comfortable on the GH1





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    continued:




    Rare Cosina licensed Zeiss/Jena 28mm f/2.8 macro (wide open) IOS400


    Same as above, wide open, ISO 1600


    Same as above, hand-held at 1/4s (got lucky!), ISO 100


    Interesting lens, interesting history.








    Cosina 70-210mm f/2.8 (Wide Open), ISO 1250


    Same as above, ISO 200


    Same as above, ISO 640


    Same as above


    Same as above.

    I hope you enjoy looking as much as I enjoyed messing up perfectly good photo-oppertunities!

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    For Sale



    Panasoic GF-1, Fujinon 35mm f1.7, ISO 1600, Exposure Unrecorded

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    For Sale
    Fujinon 35mm f1.7

    That was what I saw and nearly tried to send you a PM, to tell you that I'm interested


    Great shot though
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    Quote Originally Posted by OlliL View Post
    That was what I saw and nearly tried to send you a PM, to tell you that I'm interested


    Great shot though
    Thanks. Those are usually plentiful on ebay.

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    G1 + IGW 50mm.


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    Quote Originally Posted by peterb View Post
    Esch were the old candies taken at the Country Store in Centerville? I live right near there. Nice shots!
    Yes, we went down for the day. We are up in Franklin.
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    Plymouth



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    Dragon


    Olympus E-5 + ZD 50 Macro + EC-14
    ISO 1600 @ f/9 @ 1/125 second

    Out for lunch for an excellent Chinese lunch on this chill but sunny day, I spied a dragon right around the corner from the restaurant and couldn't help but capture him.

    Thanks for looking, comments appreciated.

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    Olympic Range from Golden Gardens


    GF1 with Leica D Summilux 25mm f1.4 -- ISO 200 -- f2.8 -- 1/1300


    . . . . . one of those rare days in Seattle where the temperature stayed below freezing all day. Like the Seattle Seahawks uniform colors, it was a cold steel blue day.


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    Fujinon TV 35mm f1.7



    Panasonic GF-1, Fujinon 35mm f1.7 ISO 400, f2.0 1/100

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    A Road That Goes Forever & GF1

    I took this last weekend but have just now gotten around to posting it. Taken with the GF1 and the 14-45mm. West Texas is so open, you can hear yourself think and the wind is a constant companion.



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    Quote Originally Posted by seakayaker View Post


    Olympic Range from Golden Gardens


    GF1 with Leica D Summilux 25mm f1.4 -- ISO 200 -- f2.8 -- 1/1300


    . . . . . one of those rare days in Seattle where the temperature stayed below freezing all day. Like the Seattle Seahawks uniform colors, it was a cold steel blue day.

    Really like this Dan..

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    Some recent shots





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    I love all of them but especially the second. The first is a very creative and unusual composition what was the subject? It appears to be a tunnel taken at a very slow shutter speed. What was the lens for #3?

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    Bathing Princess

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    Klaus

    I hope you are paying an extra bonus to the agency for this model, because these images are wonderful

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    Reflection on Pink Concrete



    Panasonic GF-1, Minolta 45mm f2, ISO 200, f5.6 1/400
    Shot of standing water shortly after rain shower.

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    Lovely one ,Turbines. Is that the rear of an airplane ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kweide View Post
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    Klaus, very very nice. Looks like you used two very diffused light sources. Did you use umbrellas or something else? The results are very soft and pleasant.

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    Lovely one ,Turbines. Is that the rear of an airplane ?

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    Keith, i always pay her with an extra smile. She loves our Photo Sessions and the highend prints i always produce for her.
    Turbines, that was Simple light setup. Just one bulb put into a big and milky glasbowl in front of her. On her left side i placed a big gold Reflektor. That was all.
    The panaleica 25mm at F1.4 on E-5 did the rest or was it me ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by turbines View Post
    I love all of them but especially the second. The first is a very creative and unusual composition what was the subject? It appears to be a tunnel taken at a very slow shutter speed. What was the lens for #3?
    Thanks. Yes, that is a tunnel, from the car. Kind of a spur of the moment impulse thing. The third was taken with a 7-14mm wide zoom that I picked up recently.
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    Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner


    Olympus E-5 + ZD 11-22mm f/2.8-3.5
    ISO 1600 @ f/3.5 @ 1/5 second, 21mm focal length

    Not entirely sure why, but this simple still life proves very appealing to me, particularly for the colors and shapes it presents.

    Thanks for looking, comments appreciated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post
    Not entirely sure why, but this simple still life proves very appealing to me, particularly for the colors and shapes it presents.

    Thanks for looking, comments appreciated.
    The title that comes to mind though is: "Rear Parling"

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    From a photo shoot I did today for my wife's friend. G1 with 20mm f1.7

    Enjoy.
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    Here's the one of the little girl and her mother (my wife's friend).

    Again credit goes to the G1 (which may soon be replaced by a GH2) and a superlative 20mm f1.7.

    Enjoy
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    Quote Originally Posted by srw View Post
    LOL I got this one with my LX3 (f2.8, 1/15 sec, ISO 800)


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    Quote Originally Posted by turbines View Post
    Violin in Display Window



    Panasonic GF-1, Contax G Sonnar T* 90mm f2.8, ISO 800, ~f3.5 1/80
    Shot from the sidewalk late in the evening through storefront glass
    Paul, I'm happy to see you using the Zeiss Contax G Sonnar T* 90/2.8!

    A beautiful capture . . . . .

    PS ~ Love the photo of the Rose taken with the E-620/Vivitar Series 1 70-210mm f3.5 (Komine)!

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    Quote Originally Posted by peterb View Post
    Here's the one of the little girl and her mother (my wife's friend).

    Again credit goes to the G1 (which may soon be replaced by a GH2) and a superlative 20mm f1.7.

    Enjoy
    Peter, thanks for sharing, a couple of beautiful captures with the 20/1.7!

    . . . . . a gem of a lens!

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    Quote Originally Posted by seakayaker View Post
    Paul, I'm happy to see you using the Zeiss Contax G Sonnar T* 90/2.8!

    A beautiful capture . . . . .

    PS ~ Love the photo of the Rose taken with the E-620/Vivitar Series 1 70-210mm f3.5 (Komine)!
    Thanks Dan, I am enjoying the Sonnar

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    Pigeon Point #4


    Olympus E-5 + ZD 35mm f/3.5 Macro
    ISO 200 @ f/16 @ 0.6 second

    At the annual lighting of the classic lighthouse lamp:
    A glorious sunset of clouds and waves greeted us as the sun descended into the West.

    I don't shoot sunsets often, but this was accessible and pretty enough to my eye ... :-)

    thanks for looking, comments appreciated.

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    Beautiful picture, Godfrey

    Your images are always perfectly crafted

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    ICE COLD




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    NBC Television's World's Biggest Loser Auditions - Arlington, Texas

    The camera was an Olympus E1 with the Panaleica 14-50 zoom.


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    Quote Originally Posted by turbines View Post
    http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4115/...cc4ac009_b.jpg
    Olympus E-620, ED 12-60 SWD ISO 400, f8 1/200 Tone Mapped Image[/SIZE][/FONT]
    Very nice, Paul. I like the rendering you did on this one. One of the nicer tone-mapped, HDR kinds of rendering styles I've seen recently! :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    Beautiful picture, Godfrey
    Your images are always perfectly crafted
    Thank you for the compliment, Keith!

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    Quote Originally Posted by turbines View Post
    The Rose



    Olympus E-620, Vivitar Series 1 70-210mm f3.5 (Komine), ISO 400, Exposure unrecorded
    Botanical Gardens, Chapel Hill, NC
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    I love this one - a very sensitive composition and a classical bokeh background

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    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post
    Very nice, Paul. I like the rendering you did on this one. One of the nicer tone-mapped, HDR kinds of rendering styles I've seen recently! :-)
    Thanks Godfrey.
    It is different and the more I view it the more I think it's a bit to spicy. I've found HDR difficult to get right.

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