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    Backyard grapefruit tree, bird feeder, limes, bokey(sp), and a GF1 flycatcher. I was out on the "back fourty" (feet) taking a few pictures using the 20mm. Since there are some folks on the forum interested in various aspects of the GF1 and 20mm lens, I thought it might be worthwhile posting these pictures.


    GF1 Flycatcher: I'll start with this picture as the 20mm suprised me with it's closeup and sharpness capability. A fly happened to land on a leaf close to me and struck a pose. Ok, nothing special, but look at the next picture below this one of a 100% crop.

    F/4



    100% crop from above picture: I was pretty suprised at the crispness and clarity.




    These next photos had some interesting bokey. In this picture there was approximately 3 feet between the two limes and the background.

    f/1.7



    This lime picture was into the sun and created some bokey glare as well as generally nice bokey effects. Distance between the lime and background in this case is anywhere between 15-25 feet I suspect.

    f/1.7



    This photo is of a bird feeder hanging on my grapefruit tree along with the obvious crop of grapefruit. I set my GF1 contrast to -2 so I probably could have sharpened this up to pop the wood on the feeder and the tree a bit more. A little more stopped down (higher) aperture might have made a better picture as the dof is pretty shallow in this instance.

    f/1.7



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    I admit that I'm taking a pretty cavalier approach to the comparison. I've been curious about the 4/3 cameras but haven't invested the time to read the many threads here and elsewhere that parse the details.

    My comment before was simply based on a very cursory impression gained after viewing both galleries and letting my gut react to what the camera was doing. It isn't meant as a critique on anyone's skill certainly, or for that matter, even the subject/content. Instead, it was a seat-of-the-pants flyby to see if anything registered as being a juicy bit that might be considered unique to the format/sensor/camera.

    My simple impression is that the G cameras are more able to capture subtle nuances in the light. I have no idea how to explain that from a technical standpoint and it is clearly my personal impression. Everything else aside (form factor, lens quality, sensor, "hand-feel", etc.), my spider senses were more tingly with the G cameras.

    Maybe that's just me and of course, tastes vary enthusiastically. Which is just as it should be.

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    Here's a rainy day in Seattle. GF1; 14-45mm lens; 45mm; 1/400s @ f/5.6; ISO 100. Thanks for looking. Cheers.



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    Your rain is headed our way for Monday onwards

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Here's a rainy day in Seattle. GF1; 14-45mm lens; 45mm; 1/400s @ f/5.6; ISO 100. Thanks for looking. Cheers.



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    I love how the single photo looks like two - the ferry and market.

    Oh great, now I have a hankering for those little donuts, just to the left, past the pig, and around the corner...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Mosley View Post
    This is the best colour shot I've seen yet from the GF1 - any tips/settings on how you got this quality?

    Well Done, and thanks for sharing.

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    I have the same question! Very nice color.

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    Lots of inedible flowers (not veggies!)

    Tried out this lens, just for the heck of it. GF1; tripod; Program mode; Novoflex MFT/NIK adapter; Sigma 180mm f/3.5 EX DG Macro lens. Sorry, lost track of the aperture (f/32, f/8, or f/3.5?). Thanks for looking. Cheers.

    1. 1/500s; ISO 100


    2. 1/1000s; ISO 100


    3.. 1/1250s; ISO 100


    4. 1/400s; ISO 100


    5. 1/400s; ISO 100


    6. 1/400s; ISO 100


    7. 1/500s; ISO 100


    8. 1/500s; ISO 100


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    Re: GF1 Images/Pics/Photos Thread

    mdriscoll, These are beautiful. I love #5!!!

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    Cindy, thanks. #5's probably my favorite too. This lens had been on consignment at a camera store for 3-4 months with no takers. I figured if i can't sell it, I might as well use it. It's pretty neat on a MFT camera. Paper thin DOF. Here's two more that I forgot. Cheers.

    1. 1/320s; ISO 100


    2. 1/800s; ISO 100


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    Ahhh such great color on a completely drab day. I think #5 from set 1 and the second one above are my favorites.

    I did no shooting this weekend. Glad someone did!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TEBnewyork View Post
    Ahhh such great color on a completely drab day. I think #5 from set 1 and the second one above are my favorites.

    I did no shooting this weekend. Glad someone did!
    Today was beautiful in Seattle. Clear and unseasonably brisk. Late afternoon sun in my yard. Thanks for looking. Cheers.

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    GF1 w/pancake, cropped


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    Markwon: Nice capture and processing. Very dynamic composition. Thanks for posting. Cheers.

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    Just too thirsty after carrying the Canon around all day
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    Excellent taste in beer, my friend

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    Re: GF1 Images/Pics/Photos Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by markwon View Post
    GF1 w/pancake, cropped
    Mark - super image, lovely lighting.

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    m_driscoll and woodmancy, thank you for your comments.

    Here is a shot at ISO 1250 with only LR 2.5 Noise reduction. The second was at only ISO400 but the tricky lighting and exposure adjustments brought in some noise.

    ISO1250



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    Old boathouse door with new lock and fresh paint. Panasonic GF1+20mm f/1.7.


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    Seattle Olympic Sculpture Garden

    14-140 lens set at 41mm
    1/60 sec, f/5.3, ISO 400
    full frame
    Last edited by bradhusick; 17th July 2014 at 09:27.

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    Mark: The first one's my favorite. I like the perspective depth, that the boy's alone, and the look on his face.

    Scho: Nice composition. Simple color and subject with detail and texture. Draws the eye into the wood grain and metal surfaces.

    Brad: Nice, dynamically balanced composition: the thrusting empty stair anchored by the the two seated people; the larger expanse of blue glass, concrete and aluminum counterbalanced by the red chairs.

    Thanks all for sharing. Cheers.

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    I can't help it! More fruits and vegetables.

    This camera likes fruits and vegetables! Tomatoes and brussels sprouts are favored with perfect exposure and color. The "as shot" and the "auto" white balance settings in Lightroom 2 for the second photo were exactly the same. The tourists have thinned out; so, I bought two pounds of grapes to compensate for my presence taking photos.

    My EVF came today from Japan (same day Amazon would have shipped it out if I was a little more patient). I like it a lot. It's certainly good enough to MF. Thanks for looking. Cheers.

    1. GF1;14-45mm lens; 45mm; 1/60s @f/5.6; -1/3 EV; ISO 400


    2. GF1;14-45mm lens; 23mm; 1/30s @f/5.6; -1/3 EV; ISO 200


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    Matt, you've got yourself one cool sprout cam!

    Cheers, your first shot is terrific!

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    Matt,

    Very nice, vibrant produce shots. Is this outdoor or indoor lighting? Supermarkets often use special lights (select color temperature range?) over produce to enhance colors and I wondered if that was the case here or not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bradhusick View Post
    Seattle Olympic Sculpture Garden

    14-140 lens set at 41mm
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    full frame
    Brad, It seems that you underexposed. You shouldn't be seeing this much noise at ISO400. Did you, by any chance, pull the exposure up in the post?

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    Vivek,
    Here's the shot with no adjustments, just exported from Lightroom.
    -Brad
    Last edited by bradhusick; 17th July 2014 at 09:27.

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    Brad,

    It looks like the exposure was set for the stairs/panels. Half the frame that is in the shade is definitely in the shade (I don't even know what the heck I mean by that other than pointing the obvious).

    I am really puzzled that at ISO400, the shade area appears to be cracking up.

    I do not know if this is from the camera or the software or the difficult light or a combination of some or all.

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    I'm wondering if the concrete has a texture or a mixture of stones that makes it look as if it's chrominance noise. I think there is some noise there, but maybe not all of what you're seeing as noise, is actually noise. It's been awhile since I was in this building so I don't remember. Brad, maybe you can comment?

    Cheers,

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    I think this shot was underexposed (auto exposure saw the bright areas) and you're seeing actual noise at ISO 400. This camera is really nice, but it's not a D700 after all.

    If I had time to "work the subject" I would have bracketed the exposure and tried to shoot at lower ISO.

    The lens was the 14-140 so the max aperture I had to work with was f/5.3. There's always a trade-off with zooms and aperture and size and weight.

    I am sure it would have looked better with my 5Dm2 and a 50mm f/1.4 L lens, or my M8.2 with a 50 summilux asph, but the GF1 was the tool at hand. I managed to snap off 280 photos of my son's field trip that day and upload them for the teacher and that would have been difficult with the M8 and arm-tiring with the Canon. The GF1 was the right horse for this course.

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    Vivek,
    Here's the shot with no adjustments, just exported from Lightroom.
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    Looks great to me -- and I really like the composition in this one Brad
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    Matt, you've got yourself one cool sprout cam!

    Cheers, your first shot is terrific!

    Brian
    Brian, thanks. But, what am I going to photograph when they're out of season? They probably don't import them from Chile to sell at a "Farmer's Market".

    Scho: It's indoors at the Pike Place Market. Sort of an arcade next to the street. Mostly artificial light (of all kinds) with some natural light depending where you are. They're savvy people. Next time, I'm there, I'll check out their lights. They probably controlled the kelvin temperature to make their produce appealing.

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    Hey, I like brussel sprouts. But I'd like to see more examples from the GF1 and they need not be veggies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tom in mpls View Post
    Hey, I like brussel sprouts. But I'd like to see more examples from the GF1 and they need not be veggies.
    Tom, here's a non-veggie photo with the GF1 (well, don't look too close). Cheers

    GF1; 14-45mm lens; 17mm; 1/80s @ f3.8; ISO 100


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    Looks great to me -- and I really like the composition in this one Brad
    I do (composition) too, Brad. That is why I was asking about the shade area (and that you started a thread on "tricks &tips").

    Yes, with those cams you mention it would not be problem. The situation with the m4/3rds is a bit more constrained.

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    "tough brake"

    Pouring rain; so, I took a couple of photos in my garage. Thanks for looking. Cheers.

    1. GF1; 20mm f/1.7; 1/30s; ISO 1000


    2. GF1; 20mm f/1.7; 1/30s; ISO 1000

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    I took my new GF1 and 20/1.7 for a stroll on a nearby nature trail this morning.







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    A quick one from last night...technically not great, but I like it. I need to learn more about this camera. Good thing I am going to Oregon!

    GF1, ISO 500, 1/30 sec. Leica 35mm summicron v4 at f/2

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    Ron,

    Nice work with the GF1 and great shot of the snake. It looked ready to nail you

    Regards,
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    Another type... one of my fav watches.

    GF1, 20mm f/1.7, ISO 100, 1/40 sec.


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    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    Ron,

    Nice work with the GF1 and great shot of the snake. It looked ready to nail you

    Regards,
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    Thanks Carl! I don't know what kind of snake it was, but I did check for a rattle before I leaned in. It did open wide and hiss at me though.
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    Fall in Seattle...
    35 cron v4, ISO 100, f/5.6




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    Here's another try at processing in Photoshop...



    and the color file...


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    Quote Originally Posted by bradhusick View Post
    Here's another try at processing in Photoshop...



    and the color file...

    Brad, I don't mean to rain on your parade but there's a heck of a lot of noise on these images for iso 500. Are these jpegs? I've seen iso 1600 samples of the GF1 that are not this noisy.

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    Here's one of my first with the GF1 and the 20mm. This is from RAW, through ACR and I sharpened it in Topaz Detail. The lens is lovely, with an amazingly narrow DOF at f1.7.


    Attachment 23277

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    Brad,
    I'm going to agree here. That doesn't look like ISO 500 unless it was underexposed and you needed to fiddle with the exposure in Photoshop.

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    Re: GF1 Images/Pics/Photos Thread

    Yes, this shot was pretty badly underexposed and the GF1 files don't take well to bumping up the exposure. I also decided to add some gaussian monochrome noise to give it more of a fast film-like feel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bradhusick View Post
    Yes, this shot was pretty badly underexposed and the GF1 files don't take well to bumping up the exposure.
    Well,
    The GF1 files are also underrated for ISO so a 500 shot is really about 800 and then you are moving upwards from there. DPReview downplays it (and has used the most conservative numbers I've seen but here is the info....

    I believe DxO has more info and by their tests it is about 2/3 stop too conservative.

    http://www.dpreview.com/reviews/PanasonicGF1/page16.asp
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    I've seen but here is there info....
    You've been spending too much time talking to Guy
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    Edit - doh.....just got the joke....hey at least I got it.

    Disregard!
    Sorry Jono not Guy...spent too much time at DPReview. It is pretty obvious in some spots in their review where the studio shots vs. the E-P1 (all metered) consistently have the same aperture and ISO but all of the Panny shots are at a faster shutter speed. When they got questioned about it they went back and added the chart.
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    Jono!

    Brad, Try spot metering. I understand that the GF also has some nifty features in the spot metering mode to allow for shades and such.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TEBnewyork View Post
    Edit - doh.....just got the joke....hey at least I got it.
    Well, I'm not banned yet . . . so presumably Guy hasn't seen it

    Quote Originally Posted by TEBnewyork View Post
    Sorry Jono not Guy...spent too much time at DPReview. It is pretty obvious in some spots in their review where the studio shots vs. the E-P1 (all metered) consistently have the same aperture and ISO but all of the Panny shots are at a faster shutter speed. When they got questioned about it they went back and added the chart.
    So, does that explain why the high ISO shots were not as good with the GF1?
    Last edited by jonoslack; 18th October 2009 at 15:58.

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