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    Wow, so many excelent photos, many close ups and great shots of trees!
    Also - 12mm seems to be a keeper!

    Few more from me, 2010-04.


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    Jerry, the last one made me go Huh!. Very cewl

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    Thanks Jorgen


    Lunch, GF1 + 20mm (2010-04)













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    In the morning



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    Very nice, Klaus, but clinically sharp...

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    I hope it is not too sharp. Should i trash the lens ?



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    Quote Originally Posted by kweide View Post
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    I hope it is not too sharp. Should i trash the lens ?

    No, no.... just send it to me

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    No, no.... just send it to me
    The girl the lens or both ?
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    Jorgen, so what ???
    She is dangerous !



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    Quote Originally Posted by kweide View Post
    The girl the lens or both ?
    No, no.... no more girls. There are too many of them here, and in the long run, they are even more expensive than lenses

    Coming to think of it, some may claim that I have too many lenses as well. I don't know what is the worst

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    Klaus, I like "Hidden" the most!
    Best Regards!

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    Jerry, why did i know that before ?

    Look into my eyes




    Get my smile



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    Klaus, your lady has been working hard again and your timing helps too

    Here are some views from high above on the houses of Le Treport, Normandy.

    Michiel




    and with 200mm difference.


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    Very nice, Michiel. I particularly like the last one, with the boat perfectly arranged between the houses.
    Last edited by Jorgen Udvang; 25th August 2011 at 01:52.

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    Thank you Jorgen!

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    Here is my first image from my 12mm lens which I picked up today after work...


    Darling Harbour o12-1600 by peterb666, on Flickr

    I didn't have a tripod with me so this was taken at ISO1600, f/4.5 and with a base exposure of 1/25s. The shot is a fairly simple HDR treatment of 3 images with minimal post-processing.

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    Black & white would be better for this one, I think.
    A stainless steel picture, far to blue/purple for my taste.
    You need more time with this lens.
    It is certainly on my wishlist.

    Michiel

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    Peter,
    I like that 12mm photo!

    Few more from me, GF1 + 20mm (2011-05)









    and bonus

    Best Regards!

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    E-PL2 w/ Lumix 14-45 kit lens



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    @ Peter
    When I look at my comment again it does look patronising. I am sorry for that, I didn't mean to.

    I know and I am sure you can take wonderfull photographs with this lens.
    It is just I am so curious about this lens that I was a little shocked by the colours produced in that photo.

    Hope to see some more results from that lens. I am just a jealous quy
    I want that lens too.

    All the best, Michiel

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    GH2 14-45 then processed to a visual match to a 1950's image go his grandfather in a similar pose

    -bob

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich M View Post
    E-PL2 w/ Lumix 14-45 kit lens



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    Wow, Rich - that's a beauty!

    Thanks for sharing

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    There's been much talk about how the GF1 is now out-dated but as long as I keep getting results like this, I've no reason to upgrade.

    All images using the GF1 + 14mm f/2.5.








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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    I know and I am sure you can take wonderfull photographs with this lens.
    It is just I am so curious about this lens that I was a little shocked by the colours produced in that photo.
    I will ask the Harbour Authority to change the coloured lights for you

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arie Intveld View Post
    There's been much talk about how the GF1 is now out-dated but as long as I keep getting results like this, I've no reason to upgrade.

    All images using the GF1 + 14mm f/2.5.
    Wow......stunning......great conversions (or maybe not....are these in-camera jpegs?).

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    Arie: Exceptional images

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    Wow......stunning......great conversions (or maybe not....are these in-camera jpegs?).
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    Thanks, Rich. These were post-processed in LR3 + SEP2 with some judicious application of a red filter. That said, the OOC B&W jpegs are very nice indeed if you increase the contrast a smidge.

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    Arie: Exceptional images
    Thanks, Jorgen!

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    G3, O-14-42 ED MkI








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

    Long story...

    GH1 with Zeiss CY 85mm f/1.4


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Long story...

    GH1 with Zeiss CY 85mm f/1.4
    Jorgen.....I've always admired the photos you take with your CZ85.....especially the "less" static ones.

    And the rest of the story????

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    Thank you Rich. The rest of the story is about life behind the shiny and colourful tourist facades. Unfortunately, the sun doesn't shine as brightly there as it does on the tourists.

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    urban sunset

    Listen to my new album "The Drones" free on BandCamp. Visit my Flickr images, website, or blog. Cheers!

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    I had pretty much shelved the m4/3 gear this past year in favor of the K-5. However, this latest round of introductions intrigued me. Here are a few I shot today.

    G3 + 12mm






    PL45



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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich M View Post
    I had pretty much shelved the m4/3 gear this past year in favor of the K-5. However, this latest round of introductions intrigued me. Here are a few I shot today.

    PL45



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    That's pretty cool

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    Cool shots... Man, that last one is a thing of beauty! Don't you wish they made cars like that today? I mean they do of course; my Quattroporte S has pretty nice interior lux to it but that's kind of a speciality item. If I'm not mistaken the above image depicts (fairly) mainstream styling at the time. Of course the "economy car" hadn't really come along yet and ruined things. Those dang Japanese! Grrr...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob View Post
    GH2 14-45 then processed to a visual match to a 1950's image go his grandfather in a similar pose

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    Beautiful shot Bob. Very nicely crafted!

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    Beautiful, Rich! Seems your E-PL2 has more than ample dynamic range if this image is anything to go by.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Long story...

    GH1 with Zeiss CY 85mm f/1.4

    Lovely, Jorgen! I like the slight tilt and the raised foot .. it gives the image of this little one some dynamics. And, as expected, the Contax/Yashica Zeiss 85mm lens renders beautifully ...

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    G3 + 12mm

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    Rich, I'm most taken with this first image in your set of three with your G3. I love reflections and this, to my eye, goes beyond three dimensions.

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    Another from my "Pavement Ends" series. Please forgive the pseudo-HDR look on the vehicle .. that really is what Alberta dust looks like on a black truck.

    GF1 + 20/1.7

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arie Intveld View Post
    Another from my "Pavement Ends" series. Please forgive the pseudo-HDR look on the vehicle .. that really is what Alberta dust looks like on a black truck.
    Arie......I really like your GF1 B&W captures.........this one included. The photos have so much depth that they appear focus stacked and the conversions add to that.

    Brilliant.....R

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arie Intveld View Post
    Rich, I'm most taken with this first image in your set of three with your G3. I love reflections and this, to my eye, goes beyond three dimensions.
    Arie....another from the same broken reflection series.



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    Sometimes, I can't decide if I like the colour or b&w version best, so here are both...

    GH1 with Zeiss CY 85mm f/1.4





    ... and sometimes, when I really want to buy a new camera body or a new lens, I go out with what I have, and take some photos, and ask myself: would these photos have been radically better if I had a GH3DsX with supernanocoating on the shutter release and a 597.34 gigapixel 3D sensor with anti-reflex coating made from hen's teeth? They wouldn't of course. Sometimes, it's better to spend the money on food and other luxury

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    So true Jorgen, I prefer the colour version by the way

    Cheers

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    So true Jorgen, I prefer the colour version by the way

    Cheers

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    Me too Jorgen......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich M View Post
    Arie....another from the same broken reflection series.



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    Nice series. I really like the composition on this one. Would make a beautiful print.

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    A few samples from a Civil War re-enactment I went to on Saturday.

    Others are at http://www.flickr.com/photos/ronssmi...7627434350906/


    20110827 213b by Ronald S. Smith, on Flickr


    20110827 025b by Ronald S. Smith, on Flickr


    20110827 162b by Ronald S. Smith, on Flickr


    20110827 067a by Ronald S. Smith, on Flickr
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    Wow, Ron your first image is beautiful!

    Thanks for sharing

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    50 bucks are not enough !
    About 03:00 p. m. , I knocked on the door of my beautiful neighbor. I already had to knock some more, the door was made ​​of solid wood. She opened the door and there she stood in front of me, in all her feminine glory. Almost nothing covering her body, only a transparent cloth barely covered her nudity.
    Casually she stood in the doorway, supporting herself with one arm from the door jamb and said: "Joe, I've already told you yesterday. 50 Bucks are not enough. I can not do that for only 50 Bucks. Give me 500 bucks or I will never ever say YES "
    Sad and head down I turned around, as the door closed. 50 bucks in my pocket. But damned, its not so easy to get her old Cadillac Eldorado Brougham and 500 Bucks are way to much. Though she has a garage full of cars .... Well, that's the way it goes. Some have little sympathy for the youth I think i have to ask Dad .... good idea ! Perhaps he can satisfy her demand




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    Wow, Ron your first image is beautiful!

    Thank you, Brian! I think that one is my favorite of day.
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