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    Jono,

    I'm always a sucker for roads and paths, especially your lovely English lanes. And--happy 60th.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diane B View Post
    Jono,

    I'm always a sucker for roads and paths, especially your lovely English lanes. And--happy 60th.

    Diane
    Thank you - on both counts . . . Hans Albert has it all nailed down about paths and lanes, but they continue to resonate mysteriously with me. As for being 60, it's a bad move, but I failed to find the alternatives!

    Just this guy you know
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    Couple more from me.












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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    Couple with a new lens: an old Starblitz 24mm f/2.8 macro in OM mount. Still getting the hang of this lens.


    Speeding through the night by Carlos Echenique, on Flickr


    Fueling up by Carlos Echenique, on Flickr
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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    newborn-fun



    with Micro-Nikkor 105/2.8

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    First post here, hello everybody.

    I am a filmshooter, but I am giving a try to the Omd. I maust admit..not too bad.

    Dalla serie: approccio noioso alla fotografia

    Day..


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    And night..


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    Another withe the Starblitz


    Fluffy Clouds by Carlos Echenique, on Flickr
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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Hi Kurt - I keep coming back to it as well (and on facebook).
    Apart from being a lovely photo (that little girl at the bottom) it epitomises what I like in photography, in that it's intimate, interesting, positive and absolutely not patronising. I guess it isn't great to live under an underpass (certain sure), but you've imbued these people with dignity and made a picture which I'm sure they would (do?) approve of.

    It's something I also like about Jorgen's photography . . .maybe we should all live out in the east? (our Sim just flew to China for another year yesterday - we'll miss him - but!)

    hooray hoorah I say - and thank you for presenting such a lovely and positive image.
    Thanks Jono, that's very kind of you. I believe that being here has made me a better person and hopefully, a better photographer.

    You learn a lot about a photographer's peace with him/herself when you take a look at how they photograph others ... especially those who don't have much. There's so much that one can learn from others who have the strength of character to form such wonderful communities, positivity and warmth of spirit in spite of very difficult life obstacles.

    I think that we all want to feel that we matter. I feel that if my photographs don't deliver a feeling that the humanity of the subject matters, then I've failed.

    Here are a couple of images with the 25/1.4 from Wednesday. I started walking right into a tropical rainstorm. Realizing I left my umbrella at home, I stopped under an awning in front of a little neighborhood store. A friendly Filipino named Mody saw my predicament, found out that I was several miles away from where I lived and lent me his umbrella as his house was right across the street. He had no worries wether or not he would get his umbrella back ... he simply acted with kindness.


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    The refresher...


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    Beautiful Kurt, what are you using for processing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KurtKamka View Post
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    Both superb!

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    Some action shots using the 75-300, it was all going so beautifully until he caught an edge







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    Tiny Knobels

    Tiny Knobels by Carlos Echenique, on Flickr
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    Olympus ZF 50mm F2 macro. Please excuse the dust, just some test shots before I do the real thing.













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    Some from a recent trip.













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    Some more.







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    Quote Originally Posted by FlypenFly View Post
    Beautiful Kurt, what are you using for processing.
    I've been a SilverEFX Pro fan for a long while and have been very happy with the results. I especially like that you can easily use one of the tools to dodge and burn on specific parts of the image.

    Lately, however, I've been using Lightroom 4 quite a bit. I simply start with one of the black and white presets and make adjustments to shape the image to how I'd like to see it. Most of the time, the adjustments are minor and I spend just a minute or two on each image.

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    More from the kit 12-50 and my garden:


    I really like how this lens/camera renders purples - seems to have a nice warmth and 'lushness':






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    ..so droll..

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    Through the bus window



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    From the Bon Festival - a local version of the Japanese Obon Festival held at the Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens in Delray Beach, FL.


    IMG_20120818_0073 by Carlos Echenique, on Flickr


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    Lantern Ceremony by Carlos Echenique, on Flickr


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    Bon (Obon in Japan) is similar to the Day of the Dead in Mexico. In this case, it is believed that the spirits of our relatives who have passed on are allowed to visit us on that day. The lanterns are inscribed with messages to the deceased and that the lanterns, when consumed by the candles that light them, will guide the spirits of our loved ones back to heaven.

    It is a festive occasion marked with a street fair and live musical performances, such as the Taiko drummers in the last shot. This year's event was delayed due to heavy rains in the afternoon (about 3 inches fell) which put a damper on my shooting the street fair.

    All photos handheld with either the Starblitz 24mm f/2.8 or the Zuiko OM 50mm f/3.5. ISO 3200, processed in Lightroom 4.1.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Woods View Post
    Great images everyone!

    Matt - interesting to see the degree of subject isolation available from that lens with this format. A keeper? Would be good to hear your thoughts.

    Mike
    Mike: I think so. I'll have to get out and actually shoot with it some more. I'll post my impressions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Thank you - on both counts . . . Hans Albert has it all nailed down about paths and lanes, but they continue to resonate mysteriously with me. As for being 60, it's a bad move, but I failed to find the alternatives!
    Jono: Happy late birthday wishes! 60? Just a kid.

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    Everybody: great work!

    Haven't been here in a while. Here's a mixed lot. The Blue Angels photo is an extreme crop.

    E-M5; Panasonic 45-175mm; 45mm; 1/400s @ f/8; ISO 200


    E-M5; 75mm f/1.8; 1/80s @ f/1.8; ISO 250


    E-M5; 75mm f/1.8; 1/640s @ f/2; ISO 200


    E-M5; 75mm f/1.8; 1/640s @ f/2; ISO 200


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    Horse fun

    Meet Daria, a working horse from around the farm



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    Quote Originally Posted by KurtKamka View Post
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    Really like your images, both here and on your website.
    I love B+W work, and have just bought an Olympus OM-D, and the Panny 25/1.4.
    Wonder if you would share some your techniques, and post-processing workflow ? You manage to bring out a lovely combination of sharpness and tonality !

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    Some OM-D shots from our recent trip to the UK - these are in/around Windsor and Eton Dorney:





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    These are from the Cotswolds





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    Sizewell B - the last Nuclear Power station built in the UK (so far)




    Dangerous beach snake, possibly caused by radiation from Sizewell B . . . Caspar investigates



    Both taken with the humble 12-50 kit lens

    Just this guy you know
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    Dangerous beach snake,

    I thought it was Caspar's lead.

    This is some camera innit I just scrolled down this whole freakin' page
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    Dangerous Dog, clearly showing signs of brain damage caused by serious irradiation .... the brave beachsnake investigates ... but decides to leave it alone .... TOO DANGEROUS
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    Jump school.....

    CZ100-300 @ ~275mm




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    And here's one that I screwed up.....but I kinda like it the best



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    Inspired by FlyPenFly's great watch shots, I thought I'd try a couple just for kicks. Nothing fantastic here but just toying with ideas and the kit 12-50. All shots had minimal setup and were taken handheld by lamplight. Vignetting added and highlights knocked back just a fraction in LR4:





    This one's not the best IQ but I kinda like the composition (albeit very simple). Sorry about the scratched crystal!



    Critiques welcome!
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    olympus asked me to let them share this photo . It currently on the getolympus istagram feed and should be on the flickr page sometime soon .


    Threadfin snapper by coloradophotog, on Flickr
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    Hi Folks, on a terribly slow link from the Cotswolds, so will be brief. I'm patiently waiting for all the photos on this page loading...

    Here goes with an upload (OM-D 17-35) taken in the pub.



    Will comment on the latest when I eventually get to see them.

    From David - somewhere in the Cotswolds, still looking for his lost OM-D eye cup.
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    Great work everyone.

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    New OMD user. I really like this camera. Coming from FF the DOF is something that takes getting used to though.

    Oly 45mm + MCON-PO1 Macro Converter




    Experiment in excess.


    Pany/Leica 25mm


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    Quote Originally Posted by RavenMad View Post
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    Looking great - well done, but remember next time: the watch should 'smile' ...

    All the best.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    Looking great - well done, but remember next time: the watch should 'smile' ...

    All the best.
    Thanks! Smile? As in, 10.10?

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    The Palouse.

    E-M5; Panasonic 45-175mm; 45mm; 1/640s @ f/8; ISO 200


    E-M5; Panasonic 45-175mm; 45mm; 1/160s @ f/6.3; ISO 200


    E-M5; Panasonic 45-175mm; 91mm; 1/320s @ f/5.3; -1/3 EV; ISO 200


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    Quote Originally Posted by Snide View Post
    New OMD user. I really like this camera. Coming from FF the DOF is something that takes getting used to though.
    Oly 45mm + MCON-PO1 Macro Converter
    Experiment in excess.

    Pany/Leica 25mm
    Snide: Nice set of photos. I esp. like this one. The 'excess' suits the flower.

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    Snide: Nice set of photos. I esp. like this one. The 'excess' suits the flower.

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    Nice..
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    I love everything about this one, many thanks for posting.

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    Meet Daria, a working horse from around the farm



    OM-D with 7-14 but cropped

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    Fishing near Amberley

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    As for being 60, it's a bad move, but I failed to find the alternatives!
    Belated happy returns Jono!
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    One from the last morning in the Cotswolds.

    OM-D 17-35/2.8

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