Thanks everyone about the panorama.
Jerry, it's actual a seagull that flew through one of the layered shots. I thought about cloning it out but decided the ghost bird added to the overall photograph.
Michael, those were interesting to look through. I particularly like your "reflections of youth" shot.
too many superb new images to name them all
I'm pleased to see this B&W thread going on strong !
Here's a conversion that I made yesterday, G1 with Nikkor 24/2.0
E-M1/GH2/G1 Full Spectrum & lots of lenses
Hopefully I don't post too much here.
I just finished processing the photographs I got at my school's production of Chicago last night. Thought I'd show a few before running off to sleep.
E-P1 with Canon Serenar 85mm f/2.0
All wide open. ISO between 800 and 1250
Michael and Tullio, I appreciate your comments immensely.
Tullio, I definitely plan on making my next camera system one with more autofocus lenses available. I decided this last week when taking pictures of my school's dance company in their studio. They were moving too fast for me to use focus assist and so the majority of my shots came out blurry. I ended up switching to a pretty slow shutter speed so I good get a bit more depth of field and tried to capture movement instead of my initial goal of freezing the action. Chicago was a bit easier as I could predict more where people were going and they stood still a lot more as well as having the stage lights to help me..
Thanks again everyone!
Waterfront willows starting to green up a little and take on a nice glow in infrared. I think the channel in soft ice on the inlet was made by an anxious crew member who can't wait for spring to come. Shot with the G1-IR and Carl Zeiss 2/45 Planar G. Processed and split toned in LR.
One of the first pics taken with G1 w 14-45mm at high iso, like the feel this pc.
One thing my experience with the E-P1 has really shown me is that it is definitely worth looking at cameras made by companies beyond just Canon or Nikon. When I was initially shopping for an upgrade to my G9 I pretty much was only looking at bottom tier Canon and Nikon DSLRs as well as the Pana G1 for it's small size. Then the E-P1 was released and that was without a doubt the best choice for me at that time with its combination of price, size, and quality. When I start shopping for my next work camera which will most likely be a DSLR I will definitely be taking a good look at all the options out there and not be so narrow minded.
Last edited by Devon Shaw; 7th March 2010 at 20:51.
Here's another series taken with 17mm oly pancake on the G1, jpeg B & W smooth film mode, no PP
Devon, you make this place much richer by your posting... please post more, not less!
Some really beautiful work in this thread, thanks everyone for sharing.
E-P1 + mZD 14-42mm f3.5-5.6
1/25s f/5.6 at 42.0mm iso640
GF1 with Konica 40mm f1.8 and Chinese adapter, wide open at 1/60, converted in CS:
It's an amazing, super little lens Jack - good example of the image quality.
EP1 + Chinon 50mm f1.7
Shuffling the deck
GF1 Contax G 90mm Sonnar
Yesterday in class..
E-P1 with Canon FD 50mm f/1.4
G1+ 18mm Pentax 110 lens at f/2.8 1/4000s. 100 ISO
Pigeon Panasonic GF1 + 12.5 Cosmicar f1.4
I'm new here and new to M43. Just got a Red GF-1 and some interesting glass for it. I'm a long-time platinum and gum bichromate printer and I'll be using this camera to make digital negatives and print them in platinum and gum. Here's my first. Shot with a 13mm Elgeet C-mount lens. The print is about 13" in diameter:
EP1 + 17mm using negative B&W in Photoscape.
Thanks, Cindy and Leica 77.
That was an amazing amount of DR for that little GF1.
Awesome IR shot, Cindy. Do you actually use an IR filter or just software?
Here's another one taken with EP1 + Chinon 50mm f1.7.
I'm an old school graphic designer so I love to use Adobe Photoshop and a bunch of nice plugz to post product my shoots.
This one (the pigeon) was made with onOne PhotoFrame plug in (also works in Aperture as well) obviously on a Mac™. It is a old medium format frame with printed info about the shoot (as woodmancy knows) using random data...
Just 4 info, if someone needs info about Apple computer creative appliances I'm an Apple Product Reseller and I will be glad to help