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    Very nice photo, Godfrey!
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    Yes indeed, Godfrey. Made me smile.

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    thanks everyone!

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    I just joined this morning and I just want to share a photo a took with my Panasonic GF1!

    Hopefully taking more soon!


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    I just joined this morning and I just want to share a photo a took with my Panasonic GF1!

    Hopefully taking more soon!
    WELCOME! I will be looking forward to seeing more of your pictures

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    Very nice serie of snowy London, Louis!
    Love the treatment on them, not to HDR-like but just right.

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    Here are two from my archives, the more esthetic department.

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    Stopped by a local pond this morning just as the sun was coming up and shot this little still life. I hoped the photo would capture a sense of the quiet and peacefulness of the setting.

    ISO 100 84mm f/6.3 1/400s (45-200mm lens) / Post in PS CS5.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Radcliffe View Post
    Stopped by a local pond this morning
    Good that you stopped, Jim, to make this lovely picture.
    And good that you shared it with us !

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    Quite agree - it's beautiful Jim.

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    Agree. It is like a painting ! Beautiful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Radcliffe View Post
    Stopped by a local pond this morning just as the sun was coming up and shot this little still life. I hoped the photo would capture a sense of the quiet and peacefulness of the setting.

    ISO 100 84mm f/6.3 1/400s (45-200mm lens) / Post in PS CS5.
    The GF1 continues to impress me.

    http://www.boxedlight.com/gf1/images/stilsonpond.jpg
    Quite lovely, Jim!

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    Olympus E-5 + Vario-Elmarit-D 14-50mm f/2.8-3.5 ASPH OIS
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Radcliffe View Post
    Stopped by a local pond this morning just as the sun was coming up and shot this little still life. I hoped the photo would capture a sense of the quiet and peacefulness of the setting.
    ISO 100 84mm f/6.3 1/400s (45-200mm lens) / Post in PS CS5.
    The GF1 continues to impress me.
    Hi Jim,
    This is a stellar image. You have captured the beauty of the place. Do you remember Galen Rowell's photos? He was one of the proponents in capturing the early morning light in many parts of the world.

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    Stopped by a local pond this morning just as the sun was coming up and shot this little still life. I hoped the photo would capture a sense of the quiet and peacefulness of the setting.
    Really good and very classy and classical!

    Thank for sharing!

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    a few multi-image stiches with an ep1 and a nikon 35mm shift lens











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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy
    Hi Tesselator

    Love your images especially the one-legged heron

    Also love your display cabinet - I need something exactly like that. It is a commercial display unit. Can you point me somewhere where I could get one?

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    Thanks for the comments. Hope you don't mind me quoting you like this. The cabinet is actually a piece of factory office furniture. It's made by K. Okamura here in Japan. They're famous for this kinda stuff as well as steel lockers, steel desks, folding conference tables, and etc. They make a bunch of stuff but those are what they became famous for. http://www.okamura.co.jp/english/index.html I got mine at a used furniture store for $50 and added the three $15 lights myself - just stuck in place with double-sided tape (still holding nicely!). I also dust-proofed the doors with some clear rubber light weather stripping half-tape. You can see the half-tape in the picture of cabinet - it's the half-clear half-white one of the three types shown nested there. When the backing is peeled off it's all clear tho. You can see it on the edges of the glass doors in the same shot if you look.

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    Lens: ROKKOR-PF, 100/f2.5, Camera: GH1, 1/800s, f/2.5, ISO100, 75% Crop






    Lens: ROKKOR-PF, 100/f2.5, Camera: GH1, 1/1600s, f/2.5, ISO100, 90% Crop






    Lens: ROKKOR-PF, 100/f2.5, Camera: GH1, 1/1600s, f/2.5, ISO100, 90% Crop






    Lens: ROKKOR-PF, 100/f2.5, Camera: GH1, 1/640s, f/2.5, ISO100, 85% Crop






    Lens: ROKKOR-PF, 100/f2.5, Camera: GH1, 1/800s, f/2.5, ISO100, 85% Crop






    Lens: ROKKOR-PF, 100/f2.5, Camera: GH1, 1/400s, f/2.5, ISO100, 100% Crop


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    Not only that they mounted all labelling backwards, the forgot that little man inside the lens who moved the apertureblades....
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    wow ,the bird photos are real good. Like how close you are getting with just 100mm (200mm 35mm effective)!. spot on focus, nice. We recently tried taking birds with the nex 5 and 18-200mm. Did not get anywhere this close, plus it was a bit of a hit and miss with the AF not being quite fast enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tesselator View Post
    I think I would return it to the manufacturer ASAP!

    They seem to have printed all the labeling on backwards. Such incompetence!
    Quote Originally Posted by kweide View Post
    Not only that they mounted all labelling backwards, the forgot that little man inside the lens who moved the apertureblades....

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    Quote Originally Posted by mazor View Post
    wow ,the bird photos are real good. Like how close you are getting with just 100mm (200mm 35mm effective)!. spot on focus, nice. We recently tried taking birds with the nex 5 and 18-200mm. Did not get anywhere this close, plus it was a bit of a hit and miss with the AF not being quite fast enough.

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    Thanks! Yeah, AF and BIFs... Hmmm. I think some kind of monster tracking system that hasn't been invented yet would be needed to track and/or AF BIFs with a long lens hand-held. After about 200mm (400mm equiv) I give up even trying to get them in frame visually. So, like, with a 300mm lens it's prefocus, set to continuous shooting mode, hold the SR, and hope. If they're landing, taking off, or sitting on the ground it's better and the cut-off is more like 400mm before you need either a BushWhacker or a Wimberley and some sturdy legs. A mono-pod might help but I haven't tried that.

    So my suggestion is to get a lens with smooth manual focusing and turn off AF. I take this a step further and don't even own any AF lenses for the M4/3 system. No need, don't want, not useful. I had a few nice AF lenses on the D2x and thought it was nice for street photography and hand-held macro. In discussion forums with top notch working professionals they say it's also a must for SI grade sports work. The BIF specialists on similar sites seem split about 60:40 with the 60% preferring manual focus.

    On length I think for most of the birding I've done which is not all that much, about a 250mm (500mm equiv) is just about perfect. Longer and camera shake becomes too difficult to combat! Shorter and you end up like me posting near 100% crops just to have them big enough to enjoy on the LCD. This seems to be what most FF bif shooters prefer as well. Most guys seem to shoot between 400mm and 600mm with a few 800mm freaks in the mix - though they seem also to be having and loving their Wimberley heads more than the others!

    There are some really top notch shooters here: http://www.fredmiranda.com/forum/board/41

    Guys that live for BIFs and of course put me and my little rig to complete and utter shame.



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    Day 5. With my G1 and a 20mm f1.7 @ f2
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    Thx Tesselator, some good info there. I found phase based AF tracking systems able to keep up with the likes of birds like in D2X. With such a camera, would you still use manual focus or AF tracking?


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    Quote Originally Posted by mazor View Post
    Thx Tesselator, some good info there. I found phase based AF tracking systems able to keep up with the likes of birds like in D2X. With such a camera, would you still use manual focus or AF tracking?


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    Me personally? I dunno. I'd try it and for the type of situations where it worked I guess I would at least consider the option. Especially if the lens in question didn't have a nice smooth MF. I had the D2x for awhile, and yeah, there were some situations I felt it could work and I tried some for those. But MF almost always works in every situation so for that camera and a fast AF lens like my AF-S Nikkor 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6 VR ED I would probably mix it up depending on the conditions. Remember though that an OVF and the GH1's EVF are night and day in their abilities to obtain perfect focus. For me the GH1's EVF is so sweet! I can nail shots at 1.2 perfectly every time - whereas with the D2x's OVF it can be a major struggle.

    But in the same breath I dunno if I'm the guy to ask. Sure I lucked out on these and yes, I can repeat that every-time under many different conditions and still maintain about the same 1:3 or 1:4 keeper ratio. BUt every time I assert my opinion about such things there's always 5 guys (who I know actually are good, working, professionals) telling me I'm wrong and that I'm a special case. So, all I can really say is what works for me. For you and others YMMV.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tesselator View Post
    Me personally? I dunno. I'd try it and for the type of situations where it worked I guess I would at least consider the option. Especially if the lens in question didn't have a nice smooth MF. I had the D2x for awhile, and yeah, there were some situations I felt it could work and I tried some for those. But MF almost always works in every situation so for that camera and a fast AF lens like my AF-S Nikkor 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6 VR ED I would probably mix it up depending on the conditions. Remember though that an OVF and the GH1's EVF are night and day in their abilities to obtain perfect focus. For me the GH1's EVF is so sweet! I can nail shots at 1.2 perfectly every time - whereas with the D2x's OVF it can be a major struggle.

    But in the same breath I dunno if I'm the guy to ask. Sure I lucked out on these and yes, I can repeat that every-time under many different conditions and still maintain about the same 1:3 or 1:4 keeper ratio. BUt every time I assert my opinion about such things there's always 5 guys (who I know actually are good, working, professionals) telling me I'm wrong and that I'm a special case. So, all I can really say is what works for me. For you and others YMMV.
    Those are impressive images. What sharpening tools are you using and are you applying sharpening after crop?

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    I'm finally getting friendly with my GH1, after over six months. I found it to be a very nice companion on a two day bus trip in Cambodia, and with OM 28/50/100 lenses, the complete kit fills less than any other camera body I own, and don't even mention lenses for the other body. Now I only need a WA lens and a new OM adapter (I did the big mistake of saving money there, resulting in lots of focusing problems).

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    Here one with my first SLR lens, the OM Zuiko 50mm f/1.8 that came with my OM-1 35 years ago. Still a great lens in every way. This also with the GH1, probably at f/4.

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    One from this summer


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    Those are impressive images. What sharpening tools are you using and are you applying sharpening after crop?
    Thanks. No post processing majic here - just a good lens in good light with proper exposure. I brought it in through ACR where a 1.0 pixel sharpening at 20% was applied. From there I balanced the exposure with shadows/highlights - nothing severe. Then cropped it where I liked and from there scaled the ones that needed it for forum readers. Some there are 100% crops.

    Here's a 100% crop from yesterday using the Canon FD 50mm F/1.4 S.S.C. at F/2 IIRC:





    That FD is a pretty nice lens! It's not as sharp or contrasty (micro-contrast) at 100% as some others I use but still quite good! I have to be careful applying sharpening to 100% images... Even the slightest bit of sharpening can cause rather large halos - so small values all around are in order. In the duck one you can see it a little on the head, chest, and under his chin. The black halos around the water-drops are from the Sun (shadow + magnification) though.
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    Here's two taken day before last with the Nikkor-H 28mm f3.5 - Which I like a lot more than I thought I would!








    Both taken at f/3.5 IIRC. This little guy is nice and contrasty and very sharp at 100%... I like it!

    These aren't 100% crops though - these are the typical 25% or so scales. Again, very little PP - noting at all invasive - no need to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Radcliffe View Post
    Stopped by a local pond this morning just as the sun was coming up and shot this little still life. I hoped the photo would capture a sense of the quiet and peacefulness of the setting.

    ISO 100 84mm f/6.3 1/400s (45-200mm lens) / Post in PS CS5.
    The GF1 continues to impress me.

    http://www.boxedlight.com/gf1/images/stilsonpond.jpg
    Outstanding - which given the very high quality of all the posts in this thread is quite an accolade, imho

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    From Monday's post to my blog:


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    Ditto. 20mm pancake on gf1.


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    Wow! I wanna know what those two are focused on....

    Looks like an interesting dinner!

    Nice capture!

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    I did this shot so often, I shot make a book with all of them


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    Lens: ROKKOR-PF, 100/f2.5, Camera: GH1, 1/1000s, f/2.5, ISO100, 85% Crop
    Very impressive results. I don't think I could manually focus a bird in flight at 100mm f/2.5 on a GH1. You did a great job of it!

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    Olympus E-1 + Konica Hexanon AR 40mm f/1.8
    ISO 3200 @ f/2.8 @ 1/100 second

    Playing around with the E-1 and Konica 40mm f/1.8 today, I was inspired to experiment with ISO 3200 for the "big grain" feel. Kinda likin' it. :-)

    thanks for looking, comments always appreciated.

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    Looks good Godfrey!

    Can you post a picture of the E-1 Konica setup?
    Thinking about adding a bigger Olympus to my gear (again).
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    Did some shooting for this year's christmas cards.
    Thank god,that he is so patient


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