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    Re: GF1 Images/Pics/Photos Thread

    A couple more from today:





    Both with the kit lens

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    Re: GF1 Images/Pics/Photos Thread

    Let's face it... the GF1 is not an M8. It's not priced like one either. If I can use the GF1 as a kind of snapshot camera and grab a quick photo before dinner without having to do much fiddling, then it will serve its purpose. If I need a photograph, out comes the M8. It's nice to have both.

    P.S. I don't want to turn this thread sideways, since it's a place to post photos.

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    Jono, I like the first one. It kind of takes you by surprise.

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    Re: GF1 Images/Pics/Photos Thread

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    Well, I'm not banned yet . . . so presumably Guy hasn't seen it



    So, does that explain why the high ISO shots were not as good with the GF1?
    To some of the more technical people on the at forum, the side by side pictures aren't properly lined up next to each other. So, IMHO yes, that is part of the explanation. Oly does have a better jpeg engine and some tests were jpeg.

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    I also use Topaz detail but not with as good results as yours. Can you share your settings.

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    Jerry,

    To be honest, I don't recall what settings I used. I've just been playing around with Topaz Detail for a few days. I bought it when it came out but it had a bug that froze everything when I tried to save my own settings, so I just didn't pursue it. I tried it again recently (an updated file) and it now works so I'm just starting to get familiar with it.

    What I find is that with it and Topaz Detail (which I also use), that I tend to choose a setting that gets me near what I'm looking for and then "dial it back" a bit. I'll often save those settings to return to.

    Here's a couple more from this morning's walk. For the second one, I also used Viveza for spot colour work.

    Attachment 23744 Attachment 23745



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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    A couple more from today:





    Both with the kit lens
    Jono: Interesting photos. You need to look twice (more actually) to get a sense of the scale: animal trail in a hedge row or a road? The B & W makes the foliage more textural and takes away more visible variations in color that provide perceptual scale and depth. The path/road is where the eye settles. Claustrophobic in B & W; probably not so much in color. Thanks for posting. Always enjoy your photos. Especially with the M9 (a camera that's rumored to exist somewhere). Cheers.

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    This was the run up to Friday, which broke the record for the most recorded rain in one day in Seattle: 1.04 ". GF1; 20mm f/1.7 lens; 1/30s @f5.6; ISO 400. Cheers.



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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Jono: Interesting photos. You need to look twice (more actually) to get a sense of the scale: animal trail in a hedge row or a road? The B & W makes the foliage more textural and takes away more visible variations in color that provide perceptual scale and depth. The path/road is where the eye settles. Claustrophobic in B & W; probably not so much in color. Thanks for posting. Always enjoy your photos. Especially with the M9 (a camera that's rumored to exist somewhere). Cheers.
    HI Matt
    I think these pictures are really the excuse for having m4/3 as well as the M9, where you'd need f22 to get this kind of depth of field (difficult without one of those stick things . . .erm . . . what ARE they called? I know! a tripod).

    I hadn't thought of them as claustrophobic, but in each case I wanted to subvert the reality and push the composition, and I can certainly see what you mean, If you've had to look several times, then I guess I've succeeded

    I thought of posting the colour variant as well - perhaps it would be interesting, but perhaps it would just kill the black and white (my wife always dislikes the black and white landscapes).

    Your rainy Seattle day is very evocative.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bradhusick View Post
    Let's face it... the GF1 is not an M8. It's not priced like one either. If I can use the GF1 as a kind of snapshot camera and grab a quick photo before dinner without having to do much fiddling, then it will serve its purpose. If I need a photograph, out comes the M8. It's nice to have both.

    P.S. I don't want to turn this thread sideways, since it's a place to post photos.
    Yes, no match in terms of price, size, weight or utility at all. The M9 should be even a better camera.

    The G1, which is cheaper and plain ugly fares better under similar conditions (artificial light, confined spaces, ISO400).




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    Quote Originally Posted by TEBnewyork View Post
    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
    Wow, this is not very fair. I mean ISO 800 = ISO 1100?! ISO 1600 = ISO 2100?! I hope that when I get my GF1 it comes with the new firmware update that allows for the calculator function

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    Couple of texture shots with the GF1+20.

    Old fence post



    Birch tree


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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    HI Matt
    I think these pictures are really the excuse for having m4/3 as well as the M9, where you'd need f22 to get this kind of depth of field (difficult without one of those stick things . . .erm . . . what ARE they called? I know! a tripod).

    I hadn't thought of them as claustrophobic, but in each case I wanted to subvert the reality and push the composition, and I can certainly see what you mean, If you've had to look several times, then I guess I've succeeded

    I thought of posting the colour variant as well - perhaps it would be interesting, but perhaps it would just kill the black and white (my wife always dislikes the black and white landscapes).

    Your rainy Seattle day is very evocative.
    Jono,
    I think perception works on levels. Too complex with no underlying order and you move on. Too simple with no underlying complexity and you move on. Like re-reading a good book, looking should yield a little more each time. Photography is an underrated art because everybody has a camera, or iphone; but, not everybody can take a picture that sustains and entertains. From what I've seen, you can. I'm learning a lot in this forum (not quitting my day job, though). Thanks for posting. Lot's of evocative rain lately. Cheers.

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    All

    sorry for my ignorance, but:

    1) is the GF1 RAW format already supported in C1 Pro?

    2) and if not, when is that going to happen?

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    Hi Peter
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    All

    sorry for my ignorance, but:

    1) is the GF1 RAW format already supported in C1 Pro?

    2) and if not, when is that going to happen?
    1) No
    2) Possibly after the new 5.0 is released (but probably not with it)

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    I took this one of my son, Harry, the first night I got the GF1.

    1/25 @ 1.7 800 ISO, RAW converted in ACR

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    I haven't done a lot with the GF1 but got these 2 this past week. Nothing exciting, but what I've gotten recently (altho' my persimmon shot is still my favorite so far)

    Grandfather Mt. with the viaduct around the mt. to protect it from environmental damage (Blue Ridge Parkway) from my 'secret' road with 14-45. Iffy weather so waited for a bit of sun on the mt. Glad I did--a good bit of snow yesterday and I'm sure all color is gone from out mts. now


    A rock outcropping from our mts. with the 20


    and one I didn't expect to shoot. David found this mill for me and luckily took me to it--because he had trouble finding it again LOL. It was late-ish, but I knew I wouldn't get back for several weeks.
    with 20 f/1.7.


    Maybe 2 others I shot earlier--on the farm.

    With the 20--Fleabane Daisies


    and the survivor I found after bushhogging our pastures-- desaturated--again 20 (I waited a long long time for it to do more than stick its head out a bit--and gave up at dark)
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    Hi Matt
    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Jono,
    I think perception works on levels. Too complex with no underlying order and you move on. Too simple with no underlying complexity and you move on.
    I suppose something has to catch you, but I'm not sure about complexity being important. Often the simplest images have the biggest impact.
    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Like re-reading a good book, looking should yield a little more each time. Photography is an underrated art because everybody has a camera, or iphone; but, not everybody can take a picture that sustains and entertains. From what I've seen, you can. I'm learning a lot in this forum (not quitting my day job, though). Thanks for posting. Lot's of evocative rain lately. Cheers.
    Thank you - I think we're all learning all the time (I certainly am). The trick is to learn, without simply becoming derivative (really tricky).

    We're about to have lots of evocative rain this evening I'm afraid, and there certainly hasn't been much sun about recently

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    Lovely shots, Diane !

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    Diane, those are lovely - well done!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diane B View Post
    ... and the survivor I found after bushhogging our pastures-- desaturated--again 20 (I waited a long long time for it to do more than stick its head out a bit--and gave up at dark)
    I always welcome your style of landscapes, thank you.
    As for the tortoise, this little fella would have stuck his head out much sooner had you left a nice piece of fresh lettuce just off camera to the right

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    HI Diane
    I wrote a long message with respect to your pictures . . . and then went home without pressing the post button.
    Now I've got stuff to do. Enough to say that they are lovely, I especially liked the mill, and the daisies (although, like other shots with the 20 f1.7, I do think the bokeh is a little gritty?)

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    Love the mill shot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Mosley View Post
    Nice example of bokeh too Simon, I'd love this lens scaled up to 60mm f1.2
    Great thought! Although I'd be willing to settle for a 60/1.5 if I could also have a 40/1.4. Auto-focus versions of those Pen F lenses -- with similar image quality to that of the Panasonic 20/1.7 -- would make all my (m4/3rds) dreams come true. (And 20-40-60 is such a nice progression.)

    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    A couple more from today:


    Jono, I can't even begin to tell you how much I like this picture. One of my all time GetDPI favorites.

    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    I thought of posting the colour variant as well - perhaps it would be interesting, but perhaps it would just kill the black and white (my wife always dislikes the black and white landscapes).
    Interesting. Difficult to say without seeing the color version but I can't help feeling that the picture wouldn't work nearly as well in color. Out of interest, do you have a theory as to why your wife dislikes the black-and-white landscapes? (I'm assuming that she likes your b&w images in other genres.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonathon Delacour View Post
    Great thought! Although I'd be willing to settle for a 60/1.5 if I could also have a 40/1.4. Auto-focus versions of those Pen F lenses -- with similar image quality to that of the Panasonic 20/1.7 -- would make all my (m4/3rds) dreams come true. (And 20-40-60 is such a nice progression.)
    I guess so . . . . but if you want the reduced dof of a fast lens, then perhaps this isn't the right camera, and if you want the quality . . I'm shocked by how good the cheapo kit zoom is on this camera. The corners on the lane really do bear this out.

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    Jono, I can't even begin to tell you how much I like this picture. One of my all time GetDPI favorites.
    Ooooh! Thank you! It's always tempting to put a person in that tunnel . . . but somehow it's just too easy!


    Quote Originally Posted by Jonathon Delacour View Post
    Interesting. Difficult to say without seeing the color version but I can't help feeling that the picture wouldn't work nearly as well in color. Out of interest, do you have a theory as to why your wife dislikes the black-and-white landscapes? (I'm assuming that she likes your b&w images in other genres.)
    For people she likes B&W, but not really for much else, of course, she has seen most of the places . . . I think she likes the pictures as reflections of the reality, rather than as responses to it. I shouldn't have said dislike though, she is incredibly supportive, and I'm ashamed to admit that she likes most of my stuff better than it deserves

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    Diane,
    Beautiful photographs. The mill is especially lovely. With regard to Jono's comment on the bokeh (last two images): how did you do the PP? By the way, I like the bokeh. It does seem to vary from image to image based on the processing. Cheers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    One more from today:



    with the kit lens
    a famous childhood Jono? .
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    I popped up the flash for my first shots tonight. was very happy with how well it did....untouched Dynamic B&W jpegs




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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Diane,
    Beautiful photographs. The mill is especially lovely. With regard to Jono's comment on the bokeh (last two images): how did you do the PP? By the way, I like the bokeh. It does seem to vary from image to image based on the processing. Cheers.

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    I processed RAW in Lightroom. The blur and bokeh is just what I seem to get from the GF1 and the 20 wide open and closer to subject as opposed to further from subject as my "skewered" shot

    The fleabane daisy was adjusted for WB, contrast, a bit of clarity, an S tone curve. The Eastern Box Turtle was about the same--except i used my desat preset (which includes a bit of toning as well), used the brush tool to increase contrast on the shell a bit toward the back. I do some capture sharpening in LR and then when I resize in PS to add my frame action, I do output sharpening before running the action (with PKS).

    Thanks for the comments. I'm looking forward to some shooting NOT on the farm or nearby next week



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    Quote Originally Posted by m3photo View Post
    I always welcome your style of landscapes, thank you.
    As for the tortoise, this little fella would have stuck his head out much sooner had you left a nice piece of fresh lettuce just off camera to the right
    It didn't help I turned him (her??--I've never sexed a box turtle) over to look at his bottom at least twice --and then went and got a glass of wine and sat off to the side with David enjoying the smell of fresh cut pasture grass and the early evening air. It stuck its head out and looked around several times but I'm sure I spooked it coming over with the camera in its face each time --and then it got dark.

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    a famous childhood Jono? .


    So, tell me mine is sentimental too?

    (of course, I've seen this before, but if there was any inspiration for this kind of photo it wasGraham Sutherland

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    I popped up the flash for my first shots tonight. was very happy with how well it did....untouched Dynamic B&W jpegs
    Very nice Terry
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    I think the other is Mike?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TEBnewyork View Post
    I popped up the flash for my first shots tonight. was very happy with how well it did....untouched Dynamic B&W jpegs



    I haven't used the flash yet--and this did nicely. Just right for catching casual photos like this--and i like the b & w.

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    So, tell me mine is sentimental too?

    (of course, I've seen this before, but if there was any inspiration for this kind of photo it wasGraham Sutherland
    I've really liked the shots of this 'lane'--or whatever you call it-- over the years when you've taken them. They always trigger a thought of 'Alice down the rabbithole' (Alice in Wonderland).

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    A couple of flashed photos. First is of my daughter--one of three Abby's on her soccer team Forgive DOF--I'm still making transition from D700 to GF1--she's on the right. Second is of her teammates.

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    Jono -
    Well I guarantee you know his email address and paypal address.....

    Finished guessing?
    John Milich!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post


    So, tell me mine is sentimental too?

    (of course, I've seen this before, but if there was any inspiration for this kind of photo it wasGraham Sutherland
    Thanks for the Graham Sutherland link. Beautiful work. Cheers.

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    Nothing special - view from my office in Daly City (foggy afternoon & believe it or not, the Pacific is out there somewhere):


    GF1, 14-45

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    Jono -
    Well I guarantee you know his email address and paypal address.....

    Finished guessing?
    John Milich!
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    As I'm not in Oregon
    here are a few pictures from East Anglia (most of them taken in the kitchen)














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    Hi Jono,
    The grapes and lemon along with the pitcher are my favorites but the onions are very close behind....

    ....are you enjoying it so far (as she carefully walks on eggshells)

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    Well, I like all of these--the onions may be my favorite. Like me, you shoot quite a lot in/near home---and I always enjoy them because they never repeat (I have seen a lot of scarecrows over the years LOL)

    By chance did you process these with LR beta 3.0??? I'm bummed--can't open the print module which is of big interest to me. I've reported it--no answers yet.

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    Beautiful, Jonno! You have that GF1 working well for you.

    Here are some I took last night. The first with a 50 Summilux at about 2.8, the remainder with the 20/1.7.







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    Quote Originally Posted by TEBnewyork View Post
    Hi Jono,
    The grapes and lemon along with the pitcher are my favorites but the onions are very close behind....

    ....are you enjoying it so far (as she carefully walks on eggshells)


    Oh dear . . am I getting a reputation It's the only time in my life when I would like to have been a fly on the wall! I hope (and trust) that there were lots of laughs.

    . . .. the answer to your question is YES - I think it's great - slight slip up this morning as I went out in the misty dew and after taking 50 shots, realised that it was still set on 800 ISO . I've written Panasonic a severe letter of complaint, and also my dealer . . . and several other people who recommended the camera (I'm considering legal action).


    I hope you're all having a great time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diane B View Post
    Well, I like all of these--the onions may be my favorite. Like me, you shoot quite a lot in/near home---and I always enjoy them because they never repeat (I have seen a lot of scarecrows over the years LOL)
    Hi Diane
    I'm always worried that they might be boring (because they're often in the same light / of the same subject etc.) but I think there's something lovely about being able to see things over and over again, but always different.

    As for the scarecrows. The local farmer and his wife made them, once or twice he'd laughed at me grovelling in his field taking pictures. Then we presented them with a 'book' of photos of their scarecrows . . he was astonished, and very grateful, but next year there were no scarecrows. Last year there were two - so I'm hoping that this year they will have relaxed and done some more . . the time is soon!

    Quote Originally Posted by Diane B View Post
    By chance did you process these with LR beta 3.0??? I'm bummed--can't open the print module which is of big interest to me. I've reported it--no answers yet.
    Yes. I think it's rather fab . . . . you might have gathered that I'm a long term Aperture fan, but with every camera that LR supports and Aperture doesn't, I'm being pushed into making the BIG CHANGE. If I was nicely retired, with only the horse to ride, and the nest egg to spend on new cameras, I'd gladly change over, but time is rather limited, and it's a big investment in time.

    As for the print module, my ailing epson 4000 had insisted that I reverted to 32 bit mode to print . . . The new beta seems to be quite happy, and it's gaily printing over our wireless network. . . . . . . .
    half an hour later . . . the prints were horrible (my fault I guess)
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    More autumn views with the GF1+20. It is a wonderful little camera to take on a walk.

    Golden leaves



    Red Ivy



    Milkweed



    Quiet Stream


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    Playing with the 90/4 Elmar LTM today. Wide open.

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    Ron. Nice shot.. I like his shirt. I graduated from MSU in 1980...

    Quote Originally Posted by RonSmith View Post
    I took this one of my son, Harry, the first night I got the GF1.

    1/25 @ 1.7 800 ISO, RAW converted in ACR


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    Quote Originally Posted by mark1958 View Post
    Ron. Nice shot.. I like his shirt. I graduated from MSU in 1980...


    Thanks Mark! Harry's older brother, Jacob, is a junior at MSU (James Madison College).
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    I really love this camera. It is so nice to finally have a camera with me all the time that takes photos that satisfy. All three taken with 20mm @ f/5.6.

    Navajo Bridge at Vermillion Cliffs-Arizona
    (The old bridge over the Colorado has been left standing for a foot bridge. I was out in the middle about 500 feet above the water.)
    Bryce Canyon- Utah


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    Cindy, those are fantastic!




    Here are some from yesterday.

    GF1 20/1.7



    GF1 35/2.0 Summicron v1 (1959)





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