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    One legged Cormorant?
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    One legged Cormorant?
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    No, Just resting on one leg and enjoying the scenery along with the turtle.

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    Here are images of pianist Lawrence Gilchrist and harmonica player Frederick Yonnet from this past September's Rossyln Jazz Festival.
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    Here's one of mine

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    Cormorant and a turtle sharing a log
    G1 and 45-200
    Love this, Cindy. There's something very human about that interaction!

    I don't use the 45-200 very often, but I've been very impressed with its performance when I have taken it out. Wide open at 200mm:


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    I posted this shot sometime previously but was blown away with the quality of the combination of the Olympus E-P1 and the Panasonic 45-200mm lens. This was really my first outing with the lens and it is a night-time available light shot...



    The settings are ISO3200 (yes, that's right), 1/60s and f/5.6 with -0.3EV compensation. I used a monopod coupled with the on-board IS of the E-P1.
    There is no post processing other than resizing.

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    I don't shoot much with the 45-200 but this was from earlier this Fall on the GF1 at Harkers Island, NC



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    Quote Originally Posted by Diane B View Post
    I don't shoot much with the 45-200 but this was from earlier this Fall on the GF1 at Harkers Island, NC



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    Nice picture. Reminds me of the old Alfred Hitchcock 'Birds' movie.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Diane B View Post
    I don't shoot much with the 45-200 but this was from earlier this Fall on the GF1 at Harkers Island, NC
    Great composition. I like it!
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    Re: Panasonic G1 45-200mm

    Hagia Sophia, Istanbul

    G1 with 45-200

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    Palm trees in downtown San Jose, CA



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    Hagia Sophia, Istanbul

    G1 with 45-200

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    Keith, this looks like an illustration for a fantasy. Lovely composition.

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    I got this lens recently... just a few shots around the neighborhood trying it out:




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    Snap a few quick shots, great lens this one




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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    Hagia Sophia, Istanbul

    G1 with 45-200

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    This really is spectacular..

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    Re: Panasonic G1 45-200mm

    Quote Originally Posted by Devon Shaw View Post
    This really is spectacular..
    Thanks Diane and Devon . . .

    It's a wonderful subject, especially if you are viewing from a ship.

    The original image looked too much like a postcard, so I did a blend to get rid of the bright blue sky - and some selective contrast work in PS.

    I'm happy with it, and with your endorsements, even more so.

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devon Shaw View Post
    This really is spectacular..
    I totally agree!

    When i saw this photo I was completely amazed

    I think it's really captivating and magical, it's almost as if i'm being sucked into it.

    Also it reminds me of fairy tales for some reason, Aladin?

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    Re: Panasonic G1 45-200mm

    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    Thanks Diane and Devon . . .

    It's a wonderful subject, especially if you are viewing from a ship.

    The original image looked too much like a postcard, so I did a blend to get rid of the bright blue sky - and some selective contrast work in PS.

    I'm happy with it, and with your endorsements, even more so.

    Thanks

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    Yout PP does work real well here Keith. Much more fairy tale drama!
    Beautifull

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    Took a couple this evening over a hazy SF Bay:




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    Deck "wildlife". G1+45-200




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    Quote Originally Posted by Devon Shaw View Post
    This really is spectacular..
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    As I tried to analyze this image I kept coming up with mostly things I didn't like. Image seemed surreal and soft, much more like a painting than a photograph.

    After coming up with all the things I didn't like I looked at the image holistically and concluded that this was something really special. One of those times when all the analysis fails and you must simply look at the whole and identify how it "hits" you.

    I love it. Sorry for all the rambling but this is how I got to the bottom line.

    Congratulations

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    Quote Originally Posted by ggibson View Post
    Took a couple this evening over a hazy SF Bay:



    One word: Stunning!

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    Thank you! I was lucky to find that the fog was sitting low in the valley and I rose out of it as I reached the top. It was a bit of low haze over the whole bay. One more from the 45-200mm:


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    I'm reviving this thread! A couple new 45-200mm shots I took today:




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    You've made a very nice picture. I love it.

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    View of Lake Tahoe.



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    Here is one @ 200mm/f5.6, ISO 160, EX comp. -.33, hand held.


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    For me, its now Spring. First Swallowtail of the season. G1 and 45-200




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    My firsttime out with the 45-200 lens. Visited the local Windmill and Arboretum. Posted a couple of shots of the windmill at both ends of the lens, pigeon shot is at 200mm, squirrel shot is at 45mm. Click on pic's to see original size.








    Pity i missed his tail.
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    Sometimes I think the lenses are better than the sensor. The good news is that the sensors should keep getting better and better and we can still use the same lenses.

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    3 x Senorita

    Three from today of The Senorita.

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    - Senorita in the lock throwing the line -


    - Senorita in the hut -


    - Senorita off to sea -

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    What a fantastic collection of shots. And what it tends to proove is that you can analyse a lens to death on its technicalities but it is the photograph which is key. People look at content and not pixels.

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    Thank you Louis. At the right time on the spot with serendipity on my side.

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    A Pelican from the zoo.

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    A lot of nice images on this thread. I may just have to buy one of these lenses.

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    The detail on the Pelican shot is amazing. An outstanding shot.

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    Cherry blossoms

    The hummingbirds usually come with the cherry blossoms but I have not seen one yet.





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    First posting of photos. Any comment is appreciated.

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    Hi folks - just registered here. Some of the excellent pics in this thread have helped convince me - I ordered the 45-200 today

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    There are always something beautiful around you to be discovered.

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    First impressions of the 45-200 - pretty good but not amazing. Seems very sharp up to 100 ish but gets softer at full extension. AF also seems not as good as the other lenses I've tried. Still well worth having though I reckon.

    It is quite heavy compared to the other lenses I've used (obviously)










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