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    Atlantic Fishing

    G1 + Nikkor 105mm - 1/2000 f8 ISO 100



    Have a good one folks!

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    Wonderful thread, and I have enjoyed each of the posts so far.

    Doug

    This is the one that jumps to mind for me. I posted this before.


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    This is the shot of mine that I think pleases me the most. Not the best technically, not a lot of Wow factor but just because the G1 and 45-200mm kit lens are not at all suited to 'birding' I just got lucky and caught this Sedge Warbler singing his little heart out.

    G1 & 45-200mm f/4-5.6 @ 200mm f/6.3 1/400s iso100




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    Sunrise - G1, 1/320sec, f7.1, 14mm, ISO 160

    Sunshine State Skyway Bridge, St. Petersburg, Florida


    Happy New Year All,
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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    Karl, don't know what to say about that, other than I am gob-smacked (stunned,amazed, super impressed, etc, etc)

    Keith
    Thank you, Keith

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    Quote Originally Posted by mregnier View Post
    Thanks Uwe and Keith.
    And Keith, I wouldn't spend too much time with double exposures in camera. It works once in a while, but you can do the same thing better with layers in Photoshop. It is useful in that it gives you an idea at the time of shooting if it is a good subject for the layered look.

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    That is my take too. You just have a really good eye for blending. We plan to use Blending even more in 2010. Although 50% of our top 2009 pictures are blended:

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    Uwe -
    I love the texture blends in your top 10. Would love to learn more about the techniques. I assume using layers and blending in Photoshop?

    Mike - I went to your website and there are so many really interesting "shots" you should post more often! love the one you posted on this thread.

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    I guess this is the kind of picture I bought the camera for. Happy New Year a tous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pellicule View Post

    I guess this is the kind of picture I bought the camera for. Happy New Year a tous.
    And it works very well.
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    Uwe -
    I love the texture blends in your top 10. Would love to learn more about the techniques. I assume using layers and blending in Photoshop?
    Terry,

    the main info can be found here:

    http://www.outbackphoto.com/CONTENT_...ing/index.html

    I use my script which is just a way to make things easier.
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    I cant make up my mind. The first is with the G1 and 50 lux m pre-asph, the second with the 90 m asph. Thanks

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    Re: Your Top m4/3 Picture of 2009

    Quote Originally Posted by TEBnewyork View Post
    Uwe -
    I love the texture blends in your top 10. Would love to learn more about the techniques. I assume using layers and blending in Photoshop?

    Mike - I went to your website and there are so many really interesting "shots" you should post more often! love the one you posted on this thread.
    Thanks, I will try to be more active this year. I have been mostly posting in the Bokeh and Blends threads.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pellicule View Post


    I guess this is the kind of picture I bought the camera for. Happy New Year a tous.
    Yes, that one is priceless

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    G1 + Nikkor 105mm - 1/2000 f8 ISO 100



    Have a good one folks!
    Michael - was your original (first posted) in B & W?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tripper View Post
    This is the shot of mine that I think pleases me the most. Not the best technically, not a lot of Wow factor but just because the G1 and 45-200mm kit lens are not at all suited to 'birding' I just got lucky and caught this Sedge Warbler singing his little heart out.

    G1 & 45-200mm f/4-5.6 @ 200mm f/6.3 1/400s iso100




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    Re: Your Top m4/3 Picture of 2009

    Wouldn't you like to be a Pepper, too?



    Perhaps not my best photo, but the one that seems to tickle my fancy every time I look at it. Comments from other viewers have included "there's a very sensual pepper in there", and "I keep seeing faces, including the face of a guy who owes me money from years ago."

    (G1 + Canon FD 50mm f/1.4, shot handheld at 1/200s, f/5.6)
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    Quote Originally Posted by JBurnett View Post
    Wouldn't you like to be a Pepper, too?


    Perhaps not my best photo, but the one that seems to tickle my fancy every time I look at it. Comments from other viewers have included "there's a very sensual pepper in there", and "I keep seeing faces, including the face of a guy who owes me money from years ago."

    (G1 + Canon FD 50mm f/1.4, shot handheld at 1/200s, f/5.6)
    There is more than one very sensual pepper in there - don't see too many faces

    Keith

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    Tripper's shot reminded me of one of my favs from this year:



    DMC-G1, 45-200mm Lumix lens

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    Re: Your Top m4/3 Picture of 2009

    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Very hard to choose. I like the perspective on this one.

    Michiel
    I like the perspective too!

    Was this taken with the Panny 7-14mm lens?

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    E-P1 with M.zuiko 14-42:

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    Quote Originally Posted by mregnier View Post
    EP-1 with 50mm 1.5 CV Nokton. Double exposure with added textures. Inspired by a painting I saw while in Prague.
    Happy New Year to all!

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    I absolutely LOVE this shot

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    Quote Originally Posted by bensonga View Post
    I like the perspective too!

    Was this taken with the Panny 7-14mm lens?
    Thank you bensonga!
    This was done with the G1 Kitlens at 14 mm. Great lens.
    Love to have the 7-14 mm, but it has to wait. It is not so much a priority for me because I don't shoot that wide so much and I have the Oly 9-18 mm.
    All the best, Michiel

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    I played a bit with a GH1/7-14mm combo and a GF1/20mm last year and this is the one that sums the GF1/20mm up for me.


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    Quote Originally Posted by wbrandsma View Post
    I played a bit with a GH1/7-14mm combo and a GF1/20mm last year and this is the one that sums the GF1/20mm up for me.
    Lovely lighting, Wouter. How do you rate the GF1 against the compact Ricohs for your kind of shooting style?

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    April 20th, 2009:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Friedel View Post
    Here is my picture...
    (G1 with Panaleica 14-150)
    [img]http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3574/3447980001_13e18f7b09_o.jpg[/img
    Karl, I very well remember this image from when you posted it the first time (and I think there was a second version of it as well, no?). Seeing the image now again I once again think it's great. Well done!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leica 77 View Post
    Hi scho,

    Happy New Year! I remember this image rather distinctly when you originally posted in this Forum. It is a lovely image, indeed! Best wishes for the New Year! Leica 77.
    Thank you Leica77 and Happy New Year to you as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ustein View Post
    Scho very lovely shot. Great tonality and sense of mood.
    Thank you Uwe and also for starting this thread. Wonderful shots from all and a nice way to start the New Year.

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    Re: Your Top m4/3 Picture of 2009

    Quote Originally Posted by DjordjeJ View Post
    E-P1 with M.zuiko 14-42:
    Gorgeous, rich colour.
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    Lovely lighting, Wouter. How do you rate the GF1 against the compact Ricohs for your kind of shooting style?

    Keith
    I found the GF1 with the 20mm (and a 40mm Voigtländer VF) a joy to use. The quite normal perspective of the 40mm with the fast and responsive camera is absolutely great in my opinion. Together with the Ricoh GRDIII and a Leica M8 I rate it to the best cameras I have used in 2009. It would suite my style very well, Keith.

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    Some wonderful images in this thread!

    This is my favorite for 2009 - local boy on Tioman Island, Mamaysia (GF1 + 20/1.7):



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    wow..I would be unable to pick a favorite from all these, they are all so great!

    Well done all

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    Michael - was your original (first posted) in B & W?
    No Keith, it works equally well though

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    GH1 - Schneider 28mm F2 @F4 1/200 shutter

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    Here's one taken with the G1 and 45-200:

    Last edited by henningw; 2nd January 2010 at 14:58.

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    Here's one taken with the G1 and 45-200:
    One of my favorites. These reflections are stunning.

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    GH1 - Schneider 28mm F2 @F4 1/200 shutter
    Mmmmmm....hot out of the oven and nice fresh butter!! Mmmmmmmm!!

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    Here's one taken with the G1 and 45-200:

    Now that one is what I would call spectacular!! Just love it!!

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    My favorite so far of 2009...

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    I had a hard time choosing--I have quite a few monos that I like very much, but chose this one because it pleases me on a lot of levels. It was one of the first I shot with the 20 f/1.7---its simple--nothing dramatic-- but the prints on a fine art paper like Epson Velvet from 13 x 19 down are just so nice.

    Persimmons


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    Quote Originally Posted by Diane B View Post
    I had a hard time choosing--I have quite a few monos that I like very much, but chose this one because it pleases me on a lot of levels. It was one of the first I shot with the 20 f/1.7---its simple--nothing dramatic-- but the prints on a fine art paper like Epson Velvet from 13 x 19 down are just so nice.

    Persimmons

    Happy New Year, Diane!

    Your image of persimmons is simply beautiful. I love the 20 f/1.7 lens -- its shapness and nice creamy bokeh. Kind regards, Leica 77.

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    Hi

    probably its because I have a short memory, but this one is my present favorite ...



    but its hard to pick ;-)

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