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    Michiel, great portrait.
    250mm, nice!
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    Zuiko 38mm F/2.8




    f/2.8







    f/22








    f/5.6








    f/2.8








    The Oly Zuiko 38mm F/2.8 Macro






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    Thanks Jerry and Ollil.

    @Jerry: Thanks Jerry,

    I did not ask their E-mail adress, because they were kind of busy and I was with others who wanted to move on.

    @Tesselator: Wow, that Zuiko is some sharp macrolens!

    Michiel

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    This was a piece of cake.
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    Excellent shot, Michiel, and I hope you did get a piece of the cake

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post

    @Tesselator: Wow, that Zuiko is some sharp macrolens!

    Michiel
    Thanks Michiel!



    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry_R View Post
    Tesselator,
    eye catching color photos!
    Thanks Jerry!

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    Some busy reflections at the fair.

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    GH1 + 14-140mm






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    The racing season has officially started

    GH1 with Pana 7-14 @ 7mm and f/5.0


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    GH1 with OM Zuiko 100mm f/2.8


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    Vincero



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    Drummer on their way to "Scoppio Del Carro", Florence. The Scoppio Del Carro is a wondeful traditional Easter firework in Florence. We had the chance to accompany one traditional procession, colorful and full of music. All participants dressed in medieval uniforms. The Carro, an ancient 3 level high wooden cart, was pulled by 4 white bulls. The procession ends on the Piazza del Doumo, where the firework is started by a rocket driven dove at the end of the church service in the Duomo. It is a must see in Florence.
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    Very colourful composition Klaus. Lovely.

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    Nice!
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    E-PL1 with Panasonic 20mm @ f1.7, ISO 200, 1/250 sec



    and

    E-PL1 with Zeiss 60mm Makro @ f11, ISO 500, 1/100 sec, 1:1


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    What tourists do ...



    Olympus E-P1 + Lumix 20 mm f1.7, noNR
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    The tourist and her supporter



    Olympus E-P1 + Lumix 20 mm f1.7, no NR
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    GH1 + 14-140mm












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    Nice tourist photos, Klaus. There's a clarity and detail that is rather appealing.

    Jerry, the last photo, the one of the railway track is cool. What f-stop did you use to get that much DOF?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Jerry, the last photo, the one of the railway track is cool. What f-stop did you use to get that much DOF?
    Hi, it was 14mm @ f/5.0.
    When I look at full size in LR - first plan is slightly out of focus. Mid and back are sharp.
    Today I would use f/8

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    Night time photo E-1 vs E-5 opinions needed

    Looking to upgrade my system but would like opinions on how the E-5 would have handled this photo from last night vs my E-1. Thanks in advance for comments!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kweide View Post
    What tourists do ...



    Olympus E-P1 + Lumix 20 mm f1.7, noNR
    ISO200 @ f1.7, 1/800 second, 20 mm focal length
    Love this one!

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    GH1 + 14-140mm










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    Here's a rather weird one: The Rodagon 105mm f/5.6 lens on a bellows for focusing. With the bellows fully contracted it's just a tad past infinity and with it extended fully (20cm) it looks a little higher power than 1:1 but pretty close - like maybe 1.2x or something. It has a switch that allows one to adjust the aperture stoplessly or with tactile stops. I discovered that I actually like focusing on moving objects with a rack&pinion knob. It's fun! Anyway, here are the images:




    100% crop of a bubble floating across a lake in the wind at f/5.6







    f/5.6 60% crop







    Some folks enjoying the cherry blossoms at f/11







    Cherry blossom at about F/6.5







    Cherry blossom a little closer up also at about F/6.5







    The Sun thru a steeple thingy at f/32 (hmmm, no sun-streaks...)







    F/8.0 (about)






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    Early bird



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

    Thursday's post to my daily photo blog. GH2 + 14mm pancake


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

    Another posting. GH2 + 20mm pancake.


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

    Here's another post to my blog. GH2 + 14mm pancake.


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

    Another post. GH2 + 20mm pancake.


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

    Quote Originally Posted by Tesselator View Post
    Zuiko 38mm F/2.8
    . . .

    The Oly Zuiko 38mm F/2.8 Macro
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    Nice images.

    How is the Zuiko set up? Do you need a bellows?

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    Woody, I love the one with windows!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woody Campbell View Post
    Nice images.

    How is the Zuiko set up? Do you need a bellows?
    Hi Woody,

    From what I gather by reading it was intended to be used on either their auto-tube (slide adjustable I think) or their auto bellows. I however just mounted it directly onto the OM-->M43 adapter. There's something like a focus ring - but it only adjusts the focus point 2mm or so. This actually makes sense as this lens is suppose to (according to the literature and MTF charts) shine it's brightest up around 5X or 6X - which is great news as most macro lenses bellowed out for that mag. fall apart (resolution wise) at around 3X or 4X.

    I don't have an OM bellows but I have bellows for Nikon and M42 - and it's raining outside today - so I may rig something up and give it a go to see just how good it is. If I do I'll post it up.

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    Early bird



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    This caught my attention. I love images of windows with that partial promise of another world outside. Love the movement and the light of this one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woody Campbell View Post
    Here's another post to my blog. GH2 + 14mm pancake.

    Really like this one Woody and also the mono window wall of the building. Just so different but both wonderful. I haven't really considered the 14/2.5 until now because I have the original Panny 14-45 and thought i was happy enough with 14/3.5.

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    GH1 + 14-140mm:






    GH1 + 20mm:




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    A few from a recent trip:

    Quintessential New England (Norwich, VT):


    Unlikely neighbors (as found in a friend's bookcase):


    High School Reunion:


    On this night, we recline (Passover Seder, Austin, TX):


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    GH1 + 20mm










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    Quote Originally Posted by Diane B View Post
    Really like this one Woody and also the mono window wall of the building. Just so different but both wonderful. I haven't really considered the 14/2.5 until now because I have the original Panny 14-45 and thought i was happy enough with 14/3.5.

    Diane
    Diane - I love the 14mm pancake - it's amazingly compact and has very good IQ. It and the 20mm pancake are my goto lenses.

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

    Blog post for yesterday. GH2 + 14mm pancake.


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

    It has been awhile since I posted anything, I have been given a responsibility of one of the Mods at E-P1.net, so I have been spending a lot of my time there. But, I think I can spread the joy a bit now...
    I have been lurking ever now and then. I have just acquired a few more lenses to have (I hope), a fairly complete walkabout kit that will fit a National Geographic waist pack.

    G1
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    Nikon 135mm f/2.8



    So, I have some Macros to post for your viewing enjoyment.


    55mm Micro Nikkor



    55mm Micro Nikkor


    55mm Micro Nikkor

    55mm Micro Nikkor


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    Olympus 14-42 ED

    Olympus 14-42 ED

    Olympus 14-42 ED



    Olympus 14-42 ED



    Olympus 14-42 ED



    Comments welcome

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    More of the Canon FL 58mm F/1.2 - I think I have a new favorite for my GH1... At least for awhile!






    F/1.8





    F/2.0





    F/1.2




    !-Enjoy

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    Those are very, very good Tesselator

    There are lots of versions of the FD 50-something f/1.2 lenses. Some of the 50mm are even very reasonable. Do you know which ones to look for?

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    Thanks man!

    No I dunno. I usually go by what the experts say about a given lens or it's generations. In the case of the FL, FD, and nFD there doesn't seem to be too much discussion. I assume cuz they're inconvenient to mount on pro DSLR bodies. So I've just kinda been flying by the toes of my socks. I've tried 5 or so canon lenses from in the 50mm range and so far this 58/1.2 is the best wide open. I don't see much CA, there's no halo around over-bright contrasting edges, and the little sharpening it needs (from 1.2 ~ 1.8) applies without artifact. And well, you're seeing the bokeh... Te 58/1.2 reminds me a lot of the FD 85/1.2L which you might have some experience with (as it's popular and gets lots of attention). Almost all of the 50mm range are pretty reasonable as you say, so just start getting them all... then when you get 4 or 5 start selling off the ones that don't suit your tastes. I guess, I dunno, that's what I'm doing anyway. This might help: http://www.mir.com.my/rb/photography...enses/50mm.htm and I can tell you that for wide open IQ the 58/1.2 is so far the best I've tried.

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    Here's a couple of recent ones from me. Both were taken with a Panasonic GH2

    Panasonic 45mm f/2.8

    P1010190 by z0mgitsryan, on Flickr

    Panasonic 14mm f/2.5

    P1010207 by z0mgitsryan, on Flickr

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tesselator View Post
    More of the Canon FL 58mm F/1.2 - I think I have a new favorite for my GH1... At least for awhile!

    !-Enjoy
    I have read on other forums claims that this lens is not very sharp. That certainly does seem to be the case.

    Thanks for posting those great examples.

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    Yeah, sometimes "the experts" get it wrong. Mostly not - but sometimes.


    Oh wait... does that mean it IS sharp... or isn't???
    Last edited by Tesselator; 15th May 2011 at 10:45.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tesselator View Post
    Yeah, sometimes "the experts" get it wrong. Mostly not - but sometimes.


    Oh wait... does that mean it IS sharp... or isn't???
    Very much IS!

    @ bbodine9: Very nice!

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    I posted this on the bokeh thread but it's probably better here. It really is a 'fun with my g1 and 20mm f1.7 pancake.

    Enjoy.
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    That looks like a Lens baby shot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ecsh View Post
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    That looks like a Lens baby shot.
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    Hi Joe,

    It does look like it. But it isn't. I considered getting their tilt transformer and using a lens like Nikon's f2.8 20mm Nikkor but I felt it would take too long to get shots like that. It's actually a technique I've been playing with in photoshop the last few months.

    Here are some others.

    Enjoy.

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