The Cathedral of Cologne
I took in the morning, sunshine, with EP1+17/2.8, and I forget to change the iso, now the iso is 400.
As you said, Tullio, the nosie makes the photo more like film.
Another sample photo I took in Kuala Lumpur.
By E510+1442, also I forgot to change the iso, and iso is 400 in the noon. Noise sometimes really makes the feeling.
Little Grey Hiding, live view very helpful in catching him here
e410, 25mm Zuiko, 1/8sec, f2.8, ISO 800
People used to travel in style! This is an old (fancy) dining car on display at the Old Sacramento Train Museum.
EP1 + 17mm
Staircase, University College, University of Toronto.
R. I. P.
All film ; Hasselblad 500
Sorry for the last one missing, but also I realise this is a 4/3 thread so none of my pictures should in here !
Move them along to a proper thread please !
Wow, the standard of photography in this thread is intimidating!
E-P2 + 20mm f1.7
1/2000s f/3.5 at 20.0mm iso200
E-P2 + 20mm f1.7
1/1600s f/3.5 at 20.0mm iso200
Red Mill Phinny Ridge B&W - Seattle, WA
DMC-GF1 - Lumix G 20mm / F1.7 ASPH. - ISO 400 20mm f/1.7 1/30 - Night shot, hand held, no flash - Converted from Color in Photoshot CS4 (mac)
Graffiti B&W U District - Seattle, WA
DMC-GF1 - Lumix G 20mm / F1.7 ASPH. - ISO 100 20mm f/1.7 1/125 - Converted from Color in Photoshot CS4 (mac)
Life is Grand!
Shot today. G1+200mm Nikkor 1/500 at f/8 ISO 200
In Loving Memory
E-P1 with Canon Serenar 85mm f/2.0 LTM
G1 with voigtlander 35f1.4 SC
GF1 with Cosmicar 75mm f1.4 c-mount lens:
Panasonic Lumix G1-IR, 14-45 kit lens
Lick Brook Gorge
Very nice B&W images, Carl, Louis, ggibson and others!
GF1 + 7-14mm. Flexify 2.
I don't know which version is better, I like both, colours as well as structures are very impressive. Very good work.
Wow, This thread contains some fantastic photography.
Louis, The flowers are beautiful. You captured wonderful shape and texture.
Yellowfit, Graham and stickan1-excellent portraits.
Leica77, Awesome work.
Carl, I love the False Hellebore capture.
Here is a B&W version of another image I put on the Contax G thread. Scho's Helebore image inspired me to look at a black and white version of this image. Taken with my GF1 with Contax G 45mm.
Sleeping friends....olympus e-p1 summicron c 40mm f2
GH-1 and the Zeiss 16mm fisheye - not very fishy....
Cool and windy on the Oregon coast.
EP2 with Contax 50mm planar
The reason I chose to buy to buy a GF1 was the quality of the B/W pictures posted here, by others. Truly some of the pictures are spectacular.
A bit reluctant to post but
This is the sort of snap that I reckon the GF1 is ideal for. Taken late afternoon in January in the rain, almost dark. Jpeg file, 20mm @ F2.2 400ISO Using B/W Dynamic setting. IIRM.
A crop from the above. 30kb kb file !!!!!! Very Filmic, is that a word? I reckon this 4/3 thingy is the way to go, at least for me. Anyone want to buy a wardrobe of Nikon stuff, all the latest mint except a trifle dusty.?
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E-P2 + 20mm f1.7
1/1000s f/3.5 at 20.0mm iso200
Too much. D200, D300, 12-24mm,18-50mm, 20mm F2.8,24mm F2.8, 35mm F2,50mm F1.4,85mm F1.4. Michael. Non of which have ever been taken further then the end of the drive, too heavy. So why did I buy them? Habit, a lifetime of an addiction worse than Nicotine in many ways.What's in the wardrobe by the way? I still use Nikon gear ...
Thank you Carl. Yes, when/if a small range of fast primes become available so that they can be used with appropriate clip -on optical viewfinders I shall be happy.The GF1 does indeed make a lovely reportage camera. In fact mine is set up more or less as a film camera I don't change much.