Micro Four-Thirds Image Thread
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cputeq
Registered: Jun 25, 2008
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These might be reposts from other threads but oh well

Mega43 images (E-30 and either 14-54 II or 50-200 SWD)

Lillies






The 1/60s hand-held 400mm equiv. shot






Mack-ROW!






Bob the Egret.






Jet Stuff!






Statue






I must say, I'm finding the colors I get from the E-30 much to my liking. I know people claim "it's just a profile" but I'm going to heartily disagree.





cputeq
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Stars and Stripes





E-30 + 14-54II
(jpeg SOOC with a minor curve adjustment. Rock on)


sebboh
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if were abandoning the 4/3 thread to consolidate in this one, i'll add some variations on previously posted shots:

14-42 (4/3 not 4/3 version):
















25mm f/2.8:











70-300mm:





















i actually liked the pictures i posted in the other thread better: http://www.fredmiranda.com/forum/topic/946365/0#8945737
but didn't want to double post. these are the most similar pictures to those that i could find on my flickr site.


cputeq
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GO!







E-30, 50-200 and a ridiculous crop. This event (about 2000 of these birds moving from one spot to another spot about 300 feet away) took about 1.5 minutes. It was awesome, man I wish I was closer.


eddiejclayton
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Bifurcator wrote:
This thread feels naked... I think it needs some pus... cats





I couldn't agree more!






alfas
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I'll show you a cat...






e1/70-300mm


cputeq
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This cat and I are actually mortal enemies - he comes to my yard and poops in it and eats birds that I'm trying to feed / photograph, and I throw whatever it is I have handy within arm's reach at him every time he does.



sebboh
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i'll just post one, there is always the danger of a kitty thread getting out of hand.

70-300mm:






lpotatol
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Chex Mix by lpotatol, on Flickr


Mandarin Orange by lpotatol, on Flickr


Benches {Explored!} by lpotatol, on Flickr



sebboh
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wonderful bench shot, you might consider adding some of these to the rokkor normal thread.



eddiejclayton
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This was from a raptor "talk" about a month ago at Hawk Mountain...



michael49
Registered: Jun 09, 2006
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Just got my GF-1 and must say I'm quite impressed (and I normally use a 5d2). The 20mm f/1.7 really is a nice little lens....

f/2....



p.s. - I love that bench shot. Might have to get myself an old Rokkor.



cputeq
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Got my E-5.

Stumped - This one is the most heavily edited in the set.






Missed it - Colors straight OOC from RAW "Natural". Sun did this very briefly. Bird surprised me and I jerked and missed focus.






Morning Fog






Rippled Reflections






Up close - Not too bad, 100% crop (the 1600 pix version is)






Morning Park






Landing - Wanted more ducks to test AF-C but this one had to do. Series of 8 shots using AF-C on the 50-200 SWD and nailed almost every one of them (heavy crop). I was worried about AF-C performance (not that it's vital to me, but it's nice to have something that mostly works).






House on water






Green Plant - I love my Nikon, but this is something I could never seem to get satisfactorily for me - greens. I have no idea why, something irked me about them (maybe magenta casts) - I've seen D7000 shots compared to D700/D300/D90 in AWB and seems the D7000 might be solving the cast problem. Oh well, I'm an Olympian now







CVickery
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Tamron SP 400/4 on a E-P1







with stacked 1.4 and 2x TC







(both processed and resized)


alfas
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E-P1 w/ 17mm f2.8








mcbroomf
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Stitched pano with 90mm/2.5 Tamron SP2 Macro, GF-1 IR





Leica 21-35 @ 21, GF-1 IR






Mike


alfas
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^ those are lovely



mcbroomf
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Thanks alfas

Mike



michael49
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I continue to be impressed with the GF-1 and 20 1.7.

I took this 1st shot with my GF-1 and my 5d2/24-105 and its amazing how well the GF-1 compares, even when comparing crops.



f/10...(tripod)...






f/4.5...(hand-held)...love the MFD - this isn't cropped and I could have got even closer...





f/5...(hand-held)...



burningheart
Registered: Mar 21, 2005
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alfas wrote:
I'll show you a cat...



Still my alltime fav cat shot






G1 + Canon FD 150-600


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