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    A Walk In The Woods (GX100 Pix)

    Went out today with just the GX100 and the GRD II. All of the shots below were taken with the GX100, Mostly at 70mm.

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    Cheers,
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    Re: A Walk In The Woods (GX100 Pix)

    Lovely.......spring fever in high gear
    All the best, helen

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    Re: A Walk In The Woods (GX100 Pix)

    Very nice, Simon. #2 is my favorite. It's a wonderful abstract piece all on its own. Love finding little details and textures in nature like that, a whole other world to explore.

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    Re: A Walk In The Woods (GX100 Pix)

    Thanks for the kind words.

    Cheers,

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    Re: A Walk In The Woods (GX100 Pix)

    Part II

    Today's pictures:

    GX100
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    GRD II
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    GRD II
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    Cheers,
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    Re: A Walk In The Woods (GX100 Pix)

    Really nice images, I particularly like the second GRD2 one. The two cameras defiantly have a different look to their files in this series. Interesting.

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    Re: A Walk In The Woods (GX100 Pix)

    Simon, after seeing your forest mushroom pictures, the Finnish half of my blood is suddenly making me very impatient for our annual summer trip to the north... hopefully accompanied by either GRD-2 or GX100 (I'm STILL deciding...) July still seems far away!

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    Re: A Walk In The Woods (GX100 Pix)

    Here's a couple more only with some more adventurous post processing. The first is with with CS3's Poster Edges filter:

    Attachment 3089

    The second is with the Graphic Pen filter:

    Attachment 3088

    Both are GX100 shots.

    Cheers,
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    Re: A Walk In The Woods (GX100 Pix)

    Quote Originally Posted by Will View Post
    Really nice images, I particularly like the second GRD2 one. The two cameras defiantly have a different look to their files in this series. Interesting.
    Totally agree. The detail on the left side of the frame is quite amazing on that shot.

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    Re: A Walk In The Woods (GX100 Pix)

    Thanks gents! I am particularly pleased with the bokeh that this shot exhibits which surprises me for such a small sensor although one would expect a shallow DOF for a macro shot. I'm not sure what kind of plant it is but it was less than an inch tall and quite remarkable.

    Cheers,

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