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

    So, I was sitting at a cozy, little café at the shores of Mekong River early this morning, having breakfast, when I was approached by an armada of children, trying to sell me all kinds of stuff that I neither need nor want. They need the money, of course, but saving all street children in Cambodia is far beyond my means.

    One of them was particularly persistent though, so I offered her 500 Riel if I could take her photo. 500 Riel is around $0.12, not much, but it will buy her some food at the market. She doesn't look too happy with the deal, does she? Still, I got my photo and she got some money. Can't be all bad.

    GH1 in Xpan-mode with OM Zuiko 50mm f/2.0 Macro

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    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.
    Looking at the two Zeiss lenses and at the Nikkor I've ordered, I think the Nikkor is right between them in size/weight/etc. Hopefully it will work as well on the digital sensor as it did on film ... it was a wonderful lens when I did portraits when I owned it. That mix of speed and FoV for FourThirds is exactly what I'm after.

    Yes, somewhere between f/4 and f/8 is my normal range for lenses at this length too, but it's darn nice to have f/2 available when the light gets dim. :-)

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    Communicating #17


    Olympus E-5 + ZD 50mm f/2 Macro
    ISO 640 @ f/4 @ 1/100 second

    Yet another in my "Communicating" set. To view the whole set in a slideshow, 17 photos at present, here's a link:

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/gdgphot...44414410/show/
    flickr.com's set slide show requires flash. if you have aproblem with it, just remove the "show/" at the end of the link.

    enjoy

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    Nice series, Godfrey. Some of them, those that involve computers, are a bit scary though. Are some people losing the ability to communicate without the help of electronic devices?

    On the other hand, maybe they were never able to in the first place, so that doing it through small plastic things is actually progress...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post

    Olympus E-5 + ZD 50mm f/2 Macro
    ISO 640 @ f/4 @ 1/100 second

    Yet another in my "Communicating" set. To view the whole set in a slideshow, 17 photos at present, here's a link:

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/gdgphot...44414410/show/
    flickr.com's set slide show requires flash. if you have aproblem with it, just remove the "show/" at the end of the link.

    enjoy
    Great shots Godfrey!

    I see that the 2/50 is one of your preferred lenses

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    Thanks Jorgen and Peter!

    Quote Originally Posted by ptomsu View Post
    Great shots Godfrey!
    I see that the 2/50 is one of your preferred lenses
    These four lenses (11-22, 25, 35 and 50 Macro) along with the EC14 comprise my primary kit, so I guess you can say that. I've sold the other FourThirds lenses I had that I wasn't using enough to warrant keeping.

    The 50/2 Macro is a marvelous lens. :-)

    I also own the ZD 25/2.8, a Konica 40/1.8 and have ordered a Nikkor 85/1.8. Don't know how well the Nikkor will work out yet, I hope it does well. The other two are more 'occasional use' and most of the time just stick with the E-1 body as a compact grab'n'go kit.

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    Old and new in Frankfurt City


    Frankfurt City von Karl-H.Friedrichs auf Flickr


    Frankfurt City V von Karl-H.Friedrichs auf Flickr

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    Godfrey... I think your soon to arrive Nikkor 85/1.8 will be a good addition. Pretty darn fast and still fairly small and lightweight.

    When shooting that focal length and not wanting super shallow DOF, shooting at 5.6 to 11, I much prefer the auto focus and IS benefits of the various native lenses which give super sharp results.

    But for that shallow DOF portrait work and such, the fast legacy primes reign supreme. I have the Carl Zeiss Planar 85/1.4 which I love, but it is a relatively heavy hunk of gorgeous glass. The 85/1.8 is a good compromise in weight and cost.
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    Good photos from Frankfurt, Friedel.

    Here's something for those who would like to avoid the large tourist crowds. In northwestern Cambodia, 40 kilometers on dirt roads from the nearest town, Sisophon, are the ruins of the 700 years old temple Banteay Chhmar. It's a fascinating place, originally as big as Angkor Wat, but destroyed by wars and looted countless times. When I was there last last Saturday, there were no other people except the staff working on restoration. According to the guest book, a German couple had been there the day before, and somebody else a few days before that.

    Interesting place with a fascinating history, and only the walk through those 700 year old corridors gives a special feeling.

    GH1 with Pana 7-14 @ 14mm and f/8

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    Friedel.... very striking, vivid images of the city... great compositions and juxtapositions of style and color. Wow.

    Jorgen... wouldn't it be amazing to be able to see that when it was just built and in it's prime. Amazing to visit such old worlds.
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    Communicating #18


    Olympus E-5 + Summilux-D 25mm f/1.4 ASPH
    ISO 320 @ f/2 @ 1/60 second


    series slideshow :: www.flick.com/photos/gdgphoto/communicating 2011

    thanks for looking, comments appreciated.

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    Hi Godfrey, you lucky one. Policeofficers do not like being photographed..... did they arrest you ??? Or did you do this stunning pic underhand ??? Bobble hat pulled down over your face just two holes for the eyes ?? LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by kweide View Post
    Hi Godfrey, you lucky one. Policeofficers do not like being photographed..... did they arrest you ??? Or did you do this stunning pic underhand ??? Bobble hat pulled down over your face just two holes for the eyes ?? LOL

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    Thanks KLaus!

    They're locals, I see them all the time as they do their shift-breaks at this coffee shop. I was chatting with them a little while before I snapped this photo and showed them some of my other "Communicating" photos. As they walked out, one of them bent over to me and grinned, "Get any good ones of us?"

    I told him that probably yeah, I got their ugly mugs and I'll bring 'em all a print if I got anything worth posting. They all laughed and then said, "Sure! We want the prints!"

    So I have some printing to do now ... :-)

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    More from the freezing rural Cambodia

    GH1 with Zeiss 85mm f/1.4 @ F/4 (?)

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    GH2 + Leica M Summicron 50mm f2.0


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    Self-Portrait


    Olympus E-5 + Nikkor-H 85mm f/1.8
    ISO 800 @ f/1.8 @ 1/60 second

    I'm pretty jazzed with this nice old lens. It gives me exactly what I remembered from using the Nikkor 180/2.8ED-IF on my Nikon F and F3 so many years ago: Hand-holdable, healthy reach, and still quite compact and reasonably light (much moreso than the 180/2.8 was!).

    Lens hood on the way, can't wait go get out shooting with it. :-)

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    Re: Red Mask

    Quote Originally Posted by Leica 77 View Post
    GH2 + Leica M Summicron 50mm f2.0
    Lovely picture ... and eyes ... and teeth ... mmm, promising ...

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    Hair
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    Re: Red Mask

    Quote Originally Posted by m3photo View Post
    Lovely picture ... and eyes ... and teeth ... mmm, promising ...
    Hi Michael,
    As always, your friendly comments are much appreciated. Best,

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    Leica 77... you are obviously having waaaay too much fun wherever your are! Looks like your model is a stone cold fox. Good to see you are enjoying life so! What's the story around this photo?

    Godfrey... the fast 85 is a hoot on m4/3. Amazing portrait lens. I have a Planar 85/1.4 and just love what the lens can do.
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    GH1 with Zeiss CY 50mm f/1.4

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    Hi Klaus
    Lovely capture - super detail.

    cheers

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    Olympus E-5 + Summilux 25 f1.4, no NR
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    Communicating #19


    Olympus E-5 + Nikkor-H 85mm f/1.8
    ISO 400 @ f/4 @ 1/500 second

    Mostly a learning weekend ... a new (old) lens, much longer than what I've been working with hand-held in the past year and some. This old Nikkor is still a fine performer.

    thanks for looking, comments appreciated.

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    Hen & Rooster


    Olympus E-5 + ZD 50mm f/2 Macro
    ISO 200 @ f/2 @ 1/250 second

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    Portrait Of A Fine Car


    Olympus E-5 + Nikkor-H 85mm f/1.8
    ISO 1250 @ f/2.8 @ 1/25 second

    Pretty happy with what I'm seeing out of the Nikkor-H 85mm f/1.8!

    Thanks for looking, comments appreciated.

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

    It seems that you are already making very good use of your new vintage lens, Godfrey ! Very nice BEE-EM shot !


    Today is the first day with some sun and some light, so I'm just back from the garden
    where I was testing what I can do with an uncommon lens I bought a few weeks ago.
    It is a Dreamagon 90/4 made by Seibold, a short-lived German manufacturer.
    It's essentially an Imagon for 35mm cameras.

    This lens will have a steep learning curve for me, I think.
    This is the only pic from the shoot, that I'm +/- happy with :



    I'm specifically looking forward to your comments on this one, since I'm not very sure which way to go with this lens.

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    Raf... the lens certainly seems to be aptly named... that's a very dreamy looking image.
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    looks like you're going to have fun with that one, Raf!
    Joining "pictorialists r us"? ]:-)

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    I have already rebranded the lens into "DavidHamiltonagon", Godfrey.
    However, my call for young ladies has been unanswered so far.
    So, I must limit myself to nature and flowers for the time being

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

    Here's a flowery one



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    Quote Originally Posted by f6cvalkyrie View Post
    I have already rebranded the lens into "DavidHamiltonagon", Godfrey.
    However, my call for young ladies has been unanswered so far.
    So, I must limit myself to nature and flowers for the time being
    LOL! Like the name.

    Yes, some work with figure studies is in order. Offer money. ;-)

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    Communicating #20


    Olympus E-5 + ZD 25mm f/2.8
    ISO 500 @ f/5 @ 1/60 second

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

    Quote Originally Posted by f6cvalkyrie View Post
    Here's a flowery one



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    Dreamy it is. Can be very interesting in certain situations.
    Abstract colour studys or (coloured) eveninglights for example.

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    Re: Communicating #17

    Godfrey,

    Excellent shots, my friend!

    It's so nice to see photography that truly shows humans caught in the act of being human.

    Thanks for sharing the link.
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    My job is to capture them.

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    Here's what I love with the GH1/7-14 combo: press conference, 10 seconds available from the last team member was seated till the MC pushed me back to where I should be, 7mm and Xpan mode, backed up towards the wall with the LCD as viewfinder. It's a snapshot, but it's a snapshot that I wouldn't have been able to take with most other cameras. Jpeg out of the camera. No cropping, but slight brightness adjustment on the left.

    GH1 with 7-14mm @ 7mm and f/4

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    Lovely shot, Jorgen.
    You mastered the contrast very well, nothing seems over- or underexposed !

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    Wednesday's post. 20mm pancake @ f1.7


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    Re: Portrait

    Quote Originally Posted by Woody Campbell View Post
    Way too much gear
    That's as maybe but after making this portrait you'll know which lens to keep.

    This is a wonderful image that conveys so much more - that far-away gaze tells the observer how little the dinner meant to her.
    Perfect black and white execution and how that tiny glint in her eye captures one's attention shows a master at work.

    Thank you Woody.

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    Nicely done, Woody!

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    love that image, Woody!
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    Instant classic, Woody
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    WOW, it is indeed classic.....
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    EP2 on the Dolomites

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

    Spring is slowly showing it's nose.
    Here's a shot with G1 and Dreamagon 90/4, fully open



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    Went to see a theater performance tonight, and since it was near the river, I decided to take some night shots. All with the GH1 and Zeiss 85mm f/1.4 around f/2.0, all hand held. Sorry for the banding in the last one. That was taken at ISO3200, which is not the strongest side of the GH1

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    GH1 with Zeiss CY 85mm f/1.4 @ f/2.0 and ISO1600

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    Jorgen... I really like "Waiting"... it really puts the viewer into that place and moment in time.
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    Re: Fun with 4/3rds cameras/ Image Thread

    Went to the launch of a magazine yesterday, published by Dusit, the Thai hotel chain. Hundreds of friendly people and very good food. Nice magazine too.

    GH1 with Zeiss CY 85mm f/1.4

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    Nice Jorgen... great colors, expression, composition. And it looks like your 85/1.4 pretty much lives on your camera!
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    Thanks Don. That lens, the 7-14 and the OM Zuiko 50mm f/2.0 macro seem to be the only lenses I need

    After champagne and finger food for lunch, seafood for a late dinner seemed appropriate. Life is full of simple choices

    GH1 with Zeiss CY 85mm f/1.4

    I don't care what gear I have.
    Things I sell: http://www.shutterstock.com/sets/413...html?rid=61105

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