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    Panasonic GF1 Oregon Workshop Image thread

    Wow . I think I fell in love. Terry dropped this off at the airport to me all set-up to rock and roll and Jack and I started to head out to Oregon from San Francisco. We stopped a few places to shoot and the damn thing is just FLAT OUT FUN . I will post some images later tonight going to get dinner but I do have the EVF and i do like it but still getting my feet wet but one thing is for sure it is a blast and shooting in macro mode is just a kick. So since Jack and I are the first to head out this is the official Oregon workshop GF1 thread. As the week progresses hopefully you will see some great images from the attendees. But even before I download I am just smitten with joy. Okay dinner than I will post later I promise . Jack and i had a ball on the way up here. Have to say in public that we so much enjoyed each other's company that is just a shame we live so far apart. Really one of the nicest guy's you want to meet.
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    These are all with the 20mm wide open processed in ACR.
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    I gave these some juice
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    Couple more
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    Hell these are Gobsmackingly awesome Guy.
    Looks like Panasonic have come up trumps with this GF1.

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    Thanks that was get my feet wet day . Try to get some nicer ones today but I am having fun with this and to me if I am not getting paid to shoot for a client than it has to be fun. This is hitting the fun meter in a big way.
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    We are indeed having a blast hanging out and shooting together! We've seen some beautiful scenery and a surprising amount of decent fall color. Here is Guy in a relaxed setting getting familiar with his GF1 menus and grabbing a few macros:

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    Yup looking forward to a full day of shooting and scouting bud. Jack has that darn 7-14mm that is about as sweet as you can get. Play with that a little today. I have yet to take a shot with the kit lens as well. The 20mm is a hard lens to take off this cam it is so sweet to shoot
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    Enjoyed these and esp. that you are having fun with them. I just looked at your (Guy's) shots in MF--and so this little camera did decently. Not comparing of course--but it sure is easier to sit on that bench and get that shot LOL I love that 20 also.

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    Looks like Guy is trying to knock out ants ...
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    Guy, I really like these shots and I look forward to comparing notes with you in Oregon. Nice one, Jack! It's Guy studying his navel.

    One of my frustrations with this camera is that sometimes it seems that nothing in the frame is truly in critical focus. For examples, take a look at the tree bark closeup and the log covered in moss. It's tough to find anything in the photo that's truly 100% sharp, even though the composition should lend itself to something being tack sharp. I am just imagining this or is there something to it? The shots of the berries do have sharp focus.

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    I looked at the downloaded versions of the tree/moss files and they simply show me that they were shot wide open and hence the plane of focus is very very thin, but it's there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    I looked at the downloaded versions of the tree/moss files and they simply show me that they were shot wide open and hence the plane of focus is very very thin, but it's there.
    Yes, I agree--very thin, but there (I looked at the large dled versions also). Its fun to shoot those type of shots--esp. with this small cam and very nice lens where its unexpected (in terms of generalization about small cams/P & S/deep DOF--which of course this puts the lie to). It is harder to get that focus where you want it though LOL (that's actually not true except with MF lenses--the 20 just snaps to AF).

    When you put the info into the DOF calculator for a 1 ft. distance to subject the DOF is only .04 of a foot (the minimum focusing distance of the lens is .66 ft so it means you can get a really thin sliver of DOF).
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    I looked at the downloaded versions of the tree/moss files and they simply show me that they were shot wide open and hence the plane of focus is very very thin, but it's there.
    ...and shutter speeds are slow. The grape photo I looked at had a shutter speed of 1/200th. Looks great to me!

    Looking forward to more photos and your opinions.

    I've had my GF1 for a few days. Very fun camera indeed

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    Okay, I looked at the moss photo full size and I think this portion (100%) is the sharpest, but to me it still looks a little blurry. Am I expecting too much from this camera?
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    Shake destroys fine details. This gets worse with higher and higher pixel density.

    1. The shutter is not that quiet (not just the sound of it but how it fares as a total package).

    2. Pixel density is too high.

    If the same shot is done at 1/200s or higher (for my hand holding), more details will be visible in the focused areas of the moss.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bradhusick View Post
    Okay, I looked at the moss photo full size and I think this portion (100%) is the sharpest, but to me it still looks a little blurry. Am I expecting too much from this camera?
    No, but you might be expecting too much from the photographer. Assuming this was handheld at 1/30 sec f/1.7 a slight amount of camera movement would be enough to produce some blurring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bradhusick View Post
    Okay, I looked at the moss photo full size and I think this portion (100%) is the sharpest, but to me it still looks a little blurry. Am I expecting too much from this camera?
    Might be me Brad it was low on the ground and lazy me was just bending over. More my shake than it.
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    I shot some pretty wild things early this morning in the dark and some more normal shots as well. This morning i used a gorilla pod for some things and when you are doing those tight macro things if not pushing the speed up you can get in trouble. Jack and I shot a lot with the GF1 today so we will get posting pretty soon here but again i like how it handles. One thing I thought of and it is a little slippery was some grip tape on the thumb and in the front finger area. Outside a case of course this maybe a good idea. I am going to pick some up unless someone on the workshop has some to bring up. But I think it would help a lot. Also Jack surprised me with a Gorilla pod for it and it is really really a nice tool with a quick release no less. Get the 39 dollar version for this cam though. I had it wrapped around a sign early this morning on the dash of Jacks car. Certainly provided a good laugh.
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    Straight jpeg out of camera 45-200zoom at 200
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    Re: Panasonic GF1 Oregon Workshop Image thread

    Guy and I had a blast with our GF1's today -- they are just sweet to use! Here are a couple from one of the local harbors:



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    I shot some pretty wild things early this morning in the dark and some more normal shots as well. This morning i used a gorilla pod for some things and when you are doing those tight macro things if not pushing the speed up you can get in trouble. Jack and I shot a lot with the GF1 today so we will get posting pretty soon here but again i like how it handles. One thing I thought of and it is a little slippery was some grip tape on the thumb and in the front finger area. Outside a case of course this maybe a good idea. I am going to pick some up unless someone on the workshop has some to bring up. But I think it would help a lot. Also Jack surprised me with a Gorilla pod for it and it is really really a nice tool with a quick release no less. Get the 39 dollar version for this cam though. I had it wrapped around a sign early this morning on the dash of Jacks car. Certainly provided a good laugh.
    I've looked at Gorilla pods for almost a year now but was never sure. Your recommendation pushed me--they are silly looking though

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    Guy and I had a blast with our GF1's today -- they are just sweet to use! Here are a couple from one of the local harbors:



    The first cracked me up and really liked the second. The 7-14 is doing terrific--are you sharing it with Guy???

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    *sigh*

    I just walked home with a 14-45 GF1 kit. I blame all of you....ALL OF YOU!!!

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    I won't be too far behind if no extra expenses show up. That 20mm lens is just too sweet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cjlacz View Post
    I won't be too far behind if no extra expenses show up. That 20mm lens is just too sweet.
    I just ordered a G1 with the 14-45 on Sunday....and now think I need a 7-14, 45-200 and 20mm as well. Can a GF-1 be far behind? Might be time to give the Canon G10 to my niece.

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    These are really in the dark about 6:30 am waiting for some light in a town called Miranda.

    I used the Gorilla pod on both of them 1 is 2.5 seconds or so and the other shorter both at ISO 400
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    LOL these I have to laugh nothing to do but wait for the rain to stop and some light to come up. The first one is a 6 second shot with some car headlights with the 20mm

    The second one is just fun a 20 second hand held shot while Jack was driving
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    Couple B&W with the kit lens
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    I'm processing these all in ACR which is NOT my favorite program at ALL.
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    Playing around here with processing
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    Last one for tonight Jack using the on camera flash
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    Re: Panasonic GF1 Oregon Workshop Image thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    Playing around here with processing
    Wow....I love those boats! The GF1 in the right hands is looking good. Which lens? Processing tips?

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    Looks like a lot of fun.. I sold my G11 and ordered the GF1

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    Gary you can download them and check the EXIF on each one. But in ACR at least I have been using the clarity about 30 than detail about 50 than I have been adding a touch of saturation to them about plus 8 and vibrance about 2 . Just gives them some punch than my topper is add the vignetting which I like myself. Works great on the boat shots. Really all I am doing is creating some drama to them. A cam like this is fun for me so now is the time when not working with clients to let my hair down as they say and have a little fun with processing. Now obviously I would prefer C1 here but without getting in trouble with Phase you may see some cams like this in the future being supported. Some are some are not YET but I'm working on them and so are a few other folks.

    To me this brings back the joy in shooting that when you work commercially it gets lost sometimes. But NOW I see why so many folks are falling in love with these little M4/3rds format. They are just a kick to shoot. BTW the 45-200 is pretty nice but I found with the longer focal lengths it is much easier to use the EVF. So I have it on the camera but don't always use it the Live view i can see very well in daylight and it is fast focusing and nothing worse than that being slower than a turtle . This is a quick machine.One thingI would like is if I could keep the EVF on the same time as the LCD so you don't have to switch between them. Maybe a little more control on this option as well as some folks want to turn it off. Really just a firmware change on this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    The damn thing is just FLAT OUT FUN.
    All of the posts that debate whether or not the GF-1 should replace your ________ completely miss that point. (Fill in the blank with Leica M8, Canon 5D, Nikon D700, etc. etc.) The GF-1 is just FLAT OUT FUN! Or as Guy says, "They are just a kick to shoot."

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    Guy, I love your B&W pair. Great tones, very moody.

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    Also Jack surprised me with a Gorilla pod for it and it is really really a nice tool with a quick release no less. Get the 39 dollar version for this cam though. I had it wrapped around a sign early this morning on the dash of Jacks car. Certainly provided a good laugh.
    I ordered mine this morning and got the SLRzoom version and the ballhead--had it 2 day shipped from B & H for my trip next week. See what happens here when someone says they like a product LOL (and reading the MF forum--that could be a --well---hmmmm--maybe an 'interesting' thing for Guy

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    Last one for tonight Jack using the on camera flash
    Nice picture! The little flash seems to do a good job - a bit over sharpened though, IMO.

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    Last one for tonight Jack using the on camera flash


    Can we assume that the large glass in front of Jack is iced tea and not a whisky sour or some such?
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    Alright here comes a load of images from the GF1 camera















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    Even More











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    WOW!!! Those latest shots are fantastic.... "Gobsmakingly" Fantastic

    You "Guy"s are killing me. I am resisting temptation.

    I have a G1 & Leica gears. Now I want this GF1 really bad.

    I am a Goner... I am a goner have to get one 'em GF1 w/ 20 sooner rather than later.

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    Guy, those shots are great!

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    Very impressive photos--sharp, well composed and exposed.

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    Guy,

    great samples

    I really start liking this camera

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    Re: Panasonic GF1 Oregon Workshop Image thread

    OK, Not a lot of good light to play with fingers crossed that today is a bit better. Three from the GF1 with the 7-14 lens. Just realized need to edit posted wrong version on at least one. Only iPhone access right now.





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    Lovely images, Terry.

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    Terry,

    Very nice images - particularly the last one. When I see some of your shots I keep thing I need the 7-14.

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