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    Klaus... wonderful model for your wonderful images!

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    G1 with 14/45

    River Chelmer Essex Uk



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    Beautifully composed, Phil

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    Went out for lunch yesterday, the whole day. Very versatile combo, the GH1 with 7-14. Some post processing remains here, but I post it anyway, as is.

    GH1 with Panasonic 7-4 @ 12mm and f/5.6


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    More food.

    GH1 with Pana 7-14 @ 12mm and f/4.0


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    Quote Originally Posted by usathyan View Post
    Wow! this is sharp! i mean - Wow!

    Quote Originally Posted by Tesselator View Post
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    Tokina AT-X 80-400mm f/4.5~5.6, ISO 640, GH1, @ 400mm F/5.6, 50% crops









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    Nya, you're just used to looking at the un-sharp lumix... (hehe, runs for cover!)

    Seriously tho, Thanks man.



    Jorgen Udvang,
    Awesome overhead table shot! Very kewl!



    deckitout,
    Nice, I like the sunset shot from that series: http://deckitout.smugmug.com/Other/N...4_ABuX6-XL.jpg Very nice!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tesselator View Post
    Jorgen Udvang,
    Awesome overhead table shot! Very kewl!
    Yes, that's what you get when you have an unsharp Lumix lens, long arms and a camera with a flip-out screen

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    Yeah, I notice that all your Lumix lenses seem to mark up the images with a thin line of some kind of funny marks. Lame Panasonic... heh!

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    GH2 & Voigtlander Nokton 35mm f/1.2 Aspherical @ f/1.2



    GH2 & Voigtlander Nokton 35mm f/1.2 Aspherical @ f/1.2



    GH2 & Voigtlander Nokton 35mm f/1.2 Aspherical @ f/1.2



    GH2 & Voigtlander Nokton 35mm f/1.2 Aspherical @ f/1.2



    GH2 & Voigtlander Nokton 35mm f/1.2 Aspherical @ f/1.2



    GH2 & Zeiss Planar T* 50mm f/1.4 @ f/2


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    Very beautiful photos, DHart

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    Thank you, Jorgen... striving for that weathered, nostalgic look. (Except for the one with the field). I think I like the color tones in the second one the best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    More food.

    GH1 with Pana 7-14 @ 12mm and f/4.0

    Hi Jorgen,
    More Food and More Excellent Images by You! Best,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tesselator View Post
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    Tokina AT-X 80-400mm f/4.5~5.6, ISO 640, GH1, @ 400mm F/5.6, 50% crops




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    Hi Tesselator,
    Both of these images are truly stunning! Best,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Beautifully composed, Phil
    +100.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DHart View Post
    GH2 & Zeiss Planar T* 50mm f/1.4 @ f/2

    Hi Don,
    This image really speaks to me!

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    Leica 77.... thank you. I'm glad you appreciate the image. There are so many amazing images posted by so many of you here, it's truly inspiring to be among you and see your work. Seeing all the wonderful places and things many of you are visiting and doing just amazes me. Reminds me of how little I get out lately. HAHA!

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    "Glass Elevator, Hong Kong". E-300 + Kit Lens. The E-300 is one of the first digital cameras I purchased and it still travels with me now and then as a gracious companion.


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    Tess
    quality stuff, these are so sharp, awesome

    Phil



    Quote Originally Posted by Tesselator View Post
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    Tokina AT-X 80-400mm f/4.5~5.6, ISO 640, GH1, @ 400mm F/5.6, 50% crops













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    Dhart

    numbers 4 and 5 work for me, great stuff

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    Female House Finch



    G1 + Vivitar (Komine)135mm 2.8, ISO 500, f2.8 @ ~1/640 sec, hand held. I got really bored and made shot through bedroom window while recuperating from recent knee replacement surgery. This image is cropped from the original raw file and PP in ACR 6.3. It was shot on a dark overcast day. This cheap lens seems to be pretty sharp and I'm anxious to give it further trials.
    Comments are always appreciated

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    Paul... that's a beautiful, sharp image (cute little bird too)... especially considering the shooting circumstances, hand held, long lens, through a window, etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deckitout View Post
    Tess
    quality stuff, these are so sharp, awesome

    Phil
    +2 The Tesselator posts some amazing images.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leica 77 View Post
    Hi Tesselator,
    Both of these images are truly stunning! Best,
    Thanks!

    Quote Originally Posted by deckitout View Post
    Tess
    quality stuff, these are so sharp, awesome


    Phil
    Thanks!


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    Female House Finch



    G1 + Vivitar (Komine)135mm 2.8, ISO 500, f2.8 @ ~1/640 sec, hand held. I got really bored and made shot through bedroom window while recuperating from recent knee replacement surgery. This image is cropped from the original raw file and PP in ACR 6.3. It was shot on a dark overcast day. This cheap lens seems to be pretty sharp and I'm anxious to give it further trials.
    Comments are always appreciated
    That lens shows good potential indeed! I wanna see more as you take them! I dunno if everyone already knows this or not but if you can bring out the aperture blades in just a tiny bit it usually helps a lot in shoring up most of the WO softness. So when you're looking through the lens off camera - juuuuust so that the blades make an appearance I suppose with a f/2.8 lens that would be f/2.9 or f/2.95 or something.

    There are some real winners with the Vivitar name on... Especially the Series-1 ones. (Cosina and Tamron SP too...)


    Quote Originally Posted by turbines View Post
    +2 The Tesselator posts some amazing images.
    Wow, thanks all!

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    What we always learned while photgraphing is: Not the cam, not the lens it is the photographer who makes the picture.

    So take the honor. Those picture a wow, uff, schluck, great ! clap hands....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tesselator View Post
    I dunno if everyone already knows this or not but if you can bring out the aperture blades in just a tiny bit it usually helps a lot in shoring up most of the WO softness. So when you're looking through the lens off camera - juuuuust so that the blades make an appearance I suppose with a f/2.8 lens that would be f/2.9 or f/2.95 or something.
    Yes! So true, Tesselator. It's amazing how much sharpness and contrast improves with just stopping down slightly from wide open, especially with fast legacy lenses.
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    Thanks!



    Thanks!




    That lens shows good potential indeed! I wanna see more as you take them! I dunno if everyone already knows this or not but if you can bring out the aperture blades in just a tiny bit it usually helps a lot in shoring up most of the WO softness. So when you're looking through the lens off camera - juuuuust so that the blades make an appearance I suppose with a f/2.8 lens that would be f/2.9 or f/2.95 or something.

    There are some real winners with the Vivitar name on... Especially the Series-1 ones. (Cosina and Tamron SP too...)




    Wow, thanks all!
    Thanks Tesselator. Your advice is always appreciated. Another attribute I found with this lens is its' ease of focusing. I have both of the Tokina and Komine Series 1 70-210 versions. Both produce very high quality images. I have found that I prefer the Tokina version because it's a bit more compact and lighter.

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    The 45 macro as a landscape lens



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    GH2 + Contax 50mm F/1.5 ZM




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    GH2 w/ Voigtlander 35mm f/1.2 Nokton Aspherical @ f/1.2, ISO 320



    Moved the partay inside... GH2 w/ Voigtlander 35mm f/1.2 Nokton Aspherical @ f/1.2

    GH2 w/ Voigtlander 35mm f/1.2 Nokton Aspherical @ f/1.2, ISO 320

    I love this lens! Wonderful damped focusing mechanism.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DHart View Post
    GH2 w/ Voigtlander 35mm f/1.2 Nokton Aspherical @ f/1.2, ISO 320

    http://i397.photobucket.com/albums/p...s/P1000666.jpg

    Moved the partay inside... GH2 w/ Voigtlander 35mm f/1.2 Nokton Aspherical @ f/1.2

    GH2 w/ Voigtlander 35mm f/1.2 Nokton Aspherical @ f/1.2, ISO 320

    I love this lens! Wonderful damped focusing mechanism.

    http://i397.photobucket.com/albums/p...s/P1000399.jpg
    Wonderful portraits and a lovely model. That Nokton is a very special lens indeed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DHart View Post
    GH2 w/ Voigtlander 35mm f/1.2 Nokton Aspherical @ f/1.2, ISO 320


    Moved the partay inside... GH2 w/ Voigtlander 35mm f/1.2 Nokton Aspherical @ f/1.2
    GH2 w/ Voigtlander 35mm f/1.2 Nokton Aspherical @ f/1.2, ISO 320
    I love this lens! Wonderful damped focusing mechanism.

    Hi Don,
    These are lovely portraits! Best,

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    Thank you very much for your comments! I feel fortunate to be able to work with these cool camera and lenses. I look forward to doing much more with this gear as the year moves along. Life is very good. And image-making is such a wonderful pursuit. My best to you all, fellow life passengers and image-makers!
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    Beautiful portraits, Don, and the 35mm Nokton seems to be a very special lens.

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    Thank you, Jorgen! I have not spent much time yet with the 35mm f/1.2 Nokton (nor any of my new legacy primes), but so far, I'm really impressed with it. 70mm f/1.2 (35mm camera effective) is really a sweet spot for the painterly-style portrait work I like to do. Certainly, build quality is very high, focus damping and amount of focus ring turning is wonderful. I'm really looking forward to more use with it as I get more active this season. I have relied solely on the 5D and 5DMkII with the 70-200 f/2.8L shot @ f/2.8 for a number of years for my professional portrait work, but this year, I am going to give a go to using the GH2 and my fast Planar and Nokton primes for some of my professional portrait work. I'm excited to begin trying that kit. I include a 12"x17" framed ArtPrint with nearly every portrait package that I sell and I think the GH2 may be able to give me pro quality images at that size. We shall see if this little kit can rival my well-proven 5DMkII and 70-200/2.8L kit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by marlof View Post
    The 45 macro as a landscape lens



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    Beautiful image! How do you like the 45? Would you say that DPReview's assessment (below) was generally correct or generally incorrect?

    • Sharpness
      Central sharpness is very high wide open, but the corners are notably softer. This pattern persists on stopping down; the highest central sharpness is achieved around F5, with the corners continuing to sharpen up until F8. As is often the case for Four Thirds, the optimum aperture is about F6.3. Diffraction starts to degrade the image significantly at apertures of F11 and smaller, with F16-F22 very soft indeed.

    • Chromatic Aberration
      Lateral chromatic aberration is being removed in software so is negligible in these tests. Uncorrected it's very low too.

    • Falloff
      We consider falloff to start becoming noticeable when the corner illumination falls to more than 1 stop below the center. There's 1.3 stops wide open here, which disappears rapidly on stopping down.

    • Distortion
      The 45mm macro is near-perfectly corrected for rectilinear distortion, with just a trivial amount of pincushion distortion detectable.


      http://www.dpreview.com/lensreviews/..._o20/page3.asp

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    At Madame Tussaud's Wax Museum in Shanghai. E-330 + SMC Pentax-M 40mm f2.8.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Tesselator View Post
    Beautiful image! How do you like the 45? Would you say that DPReview's assessment (below) was generally correct or generally incorrect?
    Thanks. I like the 45 a lot. I usually carry two camera bodies (e-p1 and e-p2), each with a lens fitted, usually the 20 and the 45. Both aren't speed demons in the AF department, but fast enough for my limited needs. Don't turn to me for judging lens quality: I don't test, I just use. All I know is that where I (a not too critical user) noticed corner softness in some focal ranges of the Olympus 14-150, I never particularly noticed this in the 20 or 45.

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    Communicating #12


    Olympus E-5 + ZD 50mm f/2 Macro
    ISO 1250 @ f/3.2 @ 1/100 second

    thanks for looking, comments appreciated.

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    Here is another lens trial made with my latest ebay purchase. Vivitar (Komine) Series 1 200m f3.0 @ ~ 3.2, ISO200, manual fill with Metz 48 AF-1, uncropped. This lens is built like a Sherman Tank and weighs about the same. To my eyes these look just a bit soft at this aperture.





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    I think they look ok. You're on the wrong side of the Sun each time tho. I mean if you want the crisp hi-def look.

    You nailed the focus on the second one!

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    Communicating #15


    Olympus E-5 + ZD 35mm f/3.5 Macro
    ISO 1600 @ f/3.5 @ 1/25 second


    Link to the Communicating top page on flickr:
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    thanks for looking, comments appreciated.

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    Rose, just before 14, Feb


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    Rose, before 14th Feb, by G2



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    P1000813 by z0mgitsryan, on Flickr

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    Been away for a few days. Travelled on cars, a train, buses, motorbikes, bicycles, my feet and a couple of vehicles that are beyond description. Here's from one of the early stages, the train ride to the Cambodian border.

    GH1 with Zeiss CY 85mm f/1.4. Jpeg out of the camera with slight curve adjustment in PS.



    It's so much fun riding on 3rd class. New friends everywhere

    GH1 with OM Zuiko 50mm f/2.0 Macro. Jpeg out of the camera with curve adjustments in PS.


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    Panasonic G1 with 14-45mm




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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Been away for a few days. Travelled on cars, a train, buses, motorbikes, bicycles, my feet and a couple of vehicles that are beyond description. Here's from one of the early stages, the train ride to the Cambodian border.

    GH1 with Zeiss CY 85mm f/1.4. Jpeg out of the camera with slight curve adjustment in PS.

    http://forum.getdpi.com/gallery/files/4/9/gogreen.jpg
    Nice, look forward to seeing more photos.

    I see this one is using the Zeiss 85/1.4 lens adapted to the GH1. After shooting a few days with the 50+EC14 on the E-5 (70mm f/2.8), I came to the decision that I'd like just a little more reach and speed too. My choice was a pre-AI Nikkor-H 85mm f/1.8 .. a lens I loved way back in the '60s/'70s when I was shooting with the Nikon F Photomic FTn. It will be interesting to see how this lens does on a FourThirds digital sensor ...! :-)

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    P1000802 by z0mgitsryan, on Flickr

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    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post
    Nice, look forward to seeing more photos.

    I see this one is using the Zeiss 85/1.4 lens adapted to the GH1. After shooting a few days with the 50+EC14 on the E-5 (70mm f/2.8), I came to the decision that I'd like just a little more reach and speed too. My choice was a pre-AI Nikkor-H 85mm f/1.8 .. a lens I loved way back in the '60s/'70s when I was shooting with the Nikon F Photomic FTn. It will be interesting to see how this lens does on a FourThirds digital sensor ...! :-)
    Godfrey,
    I will probably add the Zeiss CY 85mm f/2.8 for travel. I mostly shoot between f/2.8 and 8.0, and the smaller Zeiss seems to be incredibly sharp and is very compact. Not expensive at all. 85mm on 4/3 corresponds more or less to the classic 180mm on full frame, but with a saving in weight and size that make these lenses fabulous for travel.

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    Happy Valentine's Day.
    45/2.8 on GF1


    20110201 012a by Ronald S. Smith, on Flickr



    Took this at dinner last night. 20/1.7 on G1


    20110213 027a by Ronald S. Smith, on Flickr
    Ron Smith
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