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    Sunday, ALMS at Laguna Seca. Panasonic G1 using 45-200mm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kdemas View Post
    Sunday, ALMS at Laguna Seca. Panasonic G1 using 45-200mm.
    Nice

    How do you find panning with the G1?

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    Panny GH2 with 14-45

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    Very nice Glenn.....that "old" kit lens continues to amaze me.

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    Here's one from yesterday morning with the GH1 & 100-300mm lens (f5.6 @ 100mm). RAW with PP in Topaz and Viveza, cropped in post.

    A barge going up the Fraser River with Mt Baker in the background.
    (Click for larger image.)

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    Cheers,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich M View Post
    Very nice Glenn.....that "old" kit lens continues to amaze me.

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    Thanks Rich, I love that lens

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    Glen, that is a gorgeous capture and well composed/framed.

    Gives me time to look at that bridge and ponder the question: is it vastly over-engineered for the load it is carrying?


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    +1 Glen! That is one beautiful shot of a beautiful bridge. Where is it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by biglouis View Post
    Glen, that is a gorgeous capture and well composed/framed.

    Gives me time to look at that bridge and ponder the question: is it vastly over-engineered for the load it is carrying?

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    Thanks Louis, I guess it might be over-engineered but it IS still standing and won't need to be painted again for another 25 years!

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    +1 Glen! That is one beautiful shot of a beautiful bridge. Where is it?
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    Thanks Peter, it's the Forth Bridge in Scotland
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    Very nice photographs Glenn and Simon!
    Love that bridge construction Glenn.
    Fantastic sky goes along that landscape Simon!

    Here is a sky with a long bridge from Holland.

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    -Shawn

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    Klaus, Michiel and Shawn,
    Exceptional photos

    Here's my humble contribution from an ad hoc food shoot upcountry yesterday.

    Camera: GH1 on a tripod
    Lens: OM Zuiko 50mm f/2.0 micro @ f/8
    Lighting: The sun filtered through white cloth from the back, onboard flash for fill
    Backdrop: 6 sheets of A3 copy paper


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

    GH2 + 14-140.


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

    Same.


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    More of the same but this with 7-14.


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

    Back to the 14-140.


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

    Ditto


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

    More.


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

    Even more.


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    Quote Originally Posted by biglouis View Post
    Glen, that is a gorgeous capture and well composed/framed.

    Gives me time to look at that bridge and ponder the question: is it vastly over-engineered for the load it is carrying?


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    What a super picture of a famous landmark! Well done indeed.

    I am a retired Chartered Engineer and I am in two minds about "over engineered" it has stood the test of time well having been completed in 1889.

    It is on the rail route north of Edinburgh on which there are two wide water crossings this one, the Forth and the other the Tay further North. The Tay bridge was built first but suffered a terrible disaster in 1879 when a section of the bridge, with a train in it, fell into the sea in high winds with many lives lost. The engineer for the Tay bridge was Sir Thomas Bouch and the official enquiry found him to blame.

    Bouch was at that time working on a design for the Forth bridge very much lighter than the one that was actually built.

    Following the Tay Bridge accident in which wind load played a major part, the Forth bridge was designed to rather conservative wind loadings.

    I recall comparing the design wind loads of North Sea Oil structures I was working on ithe 1970's with those used on the Forth Bridge and those on the bridge were indeed higher.

    So with the benefit of hind sight maybe it was "over-engineered" but I think with the knowledge and circumstances of the time the designers did a good prudent job.
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    The way into death
    I can hear the audience shouting with greedy demand for blood. I can see them , Gladiators, walking down this ways, not knowing whether they survive or not ...



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    Here's one aerial shot from my flights this summer. It's Raušasandur beach in the Westfjords, Iceland.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pjphoto59 View Post
    What a super picture of a famous landmark! Well done indeed.

    I am a retired Chartered Engineer and I am in two minds about "over engineered" it has stood the test of time well having been completed in 1889.

    It is on the rail route north of Edinburgh on which there are two wide water crossings this one, the Forth and the other the Tay further North. The Tay bridge was built first but suffered a terrible disaster in 1879 when a section of the bridge, with a train in it, fell into the sea in high winds with many lives lost. The engineer for the Tay bridge was Sir Thomas Bouch and the official enquiry found him to blame.

    Bouch was at that time working on a design for the Forth bridge very much lighter than the one that was actually built.

    Following the Tay Bridge accident in which wind load played a major part, the Forth bridge was designed to rather conservative wind loadings.

    I recall comparing the design wind loads of North Sea Oil structures I was working on ithe 1970's with those used on the Forth Bridge and those on the bridge were indeed higher.

    So with the benefit of hind sight maybe it was "over-engineered" but I think with the knowledge and circumstances of the time the designers did a good prudent job.
    As an addendum to the above interesting details, I'd like to also suggest that the Victorian Engineers knew what they were doing with the Bridge - it's stood the test of time. Compare that with the road bridge built at the same location in the 1960's - it's having to be strengthened and be complemented by a second road bridge - to assume much of the traffic load. (Which maybe reflects badly on modern day tendering processes).
    Naturally most photographers follow Glenn's lead and photograph the more interesting classic rail bridge. Great shot Glenn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by les View Post
    As an addendum to the above interesting details, I'd like to also suggest that the Victorian Engineers knew what they were doing with the Bridge - it's stood the test of time. Compare that with the road bridge built at the same location in the 1960's - it's having to be strengthened and be complemented by a second road bridge - to assume much of the traffic load. (Which maybe reflects badly on modern day tendering processes).
    Naturally most photographers follow Glenn's lead and photograph the more interesting classic rail bridge. Great shot Glenn.
    Thanks to all for your comments and information. For those not familiar with the bridge, here is a shot that put it into context


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    From yesterday. EP3 with kit lens above 10000 feet on a Swiss glacier.
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    retow I've never seen a bird at this altitude and I fly all summer at 10000 feet shooting aerial images for mapping. Composite?

    I like the yellow toned image (center).
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    retow I've never seen a bird at this altitude and I fly all summer at 10000 feet shooting aerial images for mapping. Composite?

    I like the yellow toned image (center).
    These are Alpine Choughs, they live up to 12000 feet, spectacular air artists. No no composites at all!
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    Those birds are spectacular
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    Quote Originally Posted by kweide View Post
    Those birds are spectacular
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    Quote Originally Posted by retow View Post
    These are Alpine Choughs, they live up to 12000 feet, spectacular air artists. No no composites at all!
    Cool. Guess the Icelandic mountains don't rise as high as those in the alps. Agree with the others, great shots!
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    A day at the museum with the G3 + 45/1.8.








    This lens is a keeper.

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    One more......


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    That doesn't suck!!! Nice one Rich!

    I've been messing around with the Zeiss MP 100/2.8 (C/Y) on my little GH1 lately (also at ISO 1250):

















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    Tess... wow. Just wow. Sa----weeeeet.

    In fact... wow to everyone. This thread has seen some magnificent images...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tesselator View Post
    That doesn't suck!!! Nice one Rich!

    I've been messing around with the Zeiss MP 100/2.8 (C/Y) on my little GH1 lately (also at ISO 1250):


    Wow

    Beautiful... Well done!

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    I was wandering with 2 friends who had DSLR's - while checking out each others images on the LCD I was sure I needed to get back on the DSLR train, but after I came home was happy with a few. This is one of my favorite places on earth. Its called Kaerazu No-Ken.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tesselator View Post
    That doesn't suck!!! Nice one Rich!

    I've been messing around with the Zeiss MP 100/2.8 (C/Y) on my little GH1 lately (also at ISO 1250):

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    Those are great, Tessercator

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich M View Post
    A day at the museum with the G3 + 45/1.8.




    This lens is a keeper.

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    That photo is a keeper too. Very nice

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    Thanks for the comments all! Much appreciated! I only hope to be as good as some of you one day! Here's a couple more. A mod of the second one I thought looked cool while digi-doodeling on the phone and another species (again the Zeiss MP 100/2.8 (C/Y) on the GH1 at ISO 1250) :















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    I saw today Lightroom finally updated with support for the G3

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