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Thread: Panasonic GF1 Oregon Workshop Image thread

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    Re: Panasonic GF1 Oregon Workshop Image thread

    A few dinner shots from the Panny GF1 with 20mm lens at f1.7 and ISO 1600 and a few of these pushed +1 to 3200:









    Here is another ISO 1600 shot using the 14-45 lens wide open at 1/30th with IS (and yes, that is Brad with his portable espresso machine!):



    And here is a DR test shot at ISO 200 -- not bad for a regular DSLR let alone this little camera:

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    Re: Panasonic GF1 Oregon Workshop Image thread

    A few from this morning again with Panasonoic GH1 the GF1's are coming up in a little while (double posted on the Oregon Image thread)






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    Re: Panasonic GF1 Oregon Workshop Image thread

    Quote Originally Posted by TEBnewyork View Post
    A few from this morning again with Panasonoic GH1 the GF1's are coming up in a little while (double posted on the Oregon Image thread)


    Oh!
    I want to be there . . . it looks like a cross between Cornwall and the Cape Tenaro at the end of the Mani peninsula

    i can't tell you how jealous I am

    . . . and it's a lovely photo

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    Re: Panasonic GF1 Oregon Workshop Image thread

    Quote Originally Posted by TEBnewyork View Post
    A few from this morning again with Panasonoic GH1 the GF1's are coming up in a little while (double posted on the Oregon Image thread)





    Terry, I like all 3. The first is just lovely--but I like the sunken pier (?) also. Wish I was there

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    Re: Panasonic GF1 Oregon Workshop Image thread

    Again a double post....

    And a few more before I tackle the shots from the GF1...again GH1






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    Re: Panasonic GF1 Oregon Workshop Image thread

    Hi Terry,
    Do you have any post processing secrets to share? You're getting fabulous color in all your shots.

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    Re: Panasonic GF1 Oregon Workshop Image thread

    Terry,

    these are stunning images and you and Guy are responsible now that I will get a GF1 too - need this great toy

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    Re: Panasonic GF1 Oregon Workshop Image thread

    Quote Originally Posted by MikeScecina View Post
    Hi Terry,
    Do you have any post processing secrets to share? You're getting fabulous color in all your shots.
    Hi Mike,
    Sorry for the delay, our internet access has been pretty wonky.

    All of my processing was done in Lightroom. I've used a fair amount of the gradient took and the adjustment brushes and then I target certain colors for saturation and luminosity. So, a number of the adjustment are local adjustments. On a "global basis" I also use the clarity slider more than the sharpening in the program. Between curves and clarity you can get pretty far.

    By the way, thanks !!!!

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    Re: Panasonic GF1 Oregon Workshop Image thread

    I posted some shots of workshop participants in action over here on the Leica forum:

    http://forum.getdpi.com/forum/showthread.php?t=11265
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