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Old 05-04-2014   #81
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Here is a series of a fountain I took today using the X Vario 12-35/2.8 and 35-100/2.8 -







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Here is a series of a fountain I took today using the X Vario 12-35/2.8 and 35-100/2.8 -
Very nice - I particularly like the composition in the third fountain shot.
The multi-coloured wooden slats in post #88 also appeals to me.

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A couple of years ago I photographed this rusty Ford F-1 truck. This morning I stopped by again. All with GX7 and Panasonic Leica DG Summilux 25/F1.4 -








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Soma shots with GX7 and 12-32 Zoom


Grab shot of family enjoy the afternoon together in town of Sonoma


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Super cool colours. the composition works in imparting the idea of taking off. Great shot all round.
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Actually, too many beautiful photos for me to comment on all of them biomed!

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My wife and I stopped over in Seattle in 2010 on her 60 th birthday Holiday in the U.S. I bought my 7-14 there. We were really impressed with the relaxed mood of the city. And very lovely.
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Biomed, your work is so beautiful! I've been dreaming about that shot of the leaves. So perfectly captured. You've got an incredible eye.

I've really fallen for my GX7, it pains me to use my canon gear these days, and even my Bessa has sat unused for months. I've done a lot of work with my GX7 (Just under 20,000 photos according to Lightroom) and the more I use the camera, the more I love it.

Here's a few shots:




(This was just proving a concept for another project. Two lights, lots of flags, and a backdrop. Zero Photoshop.)





And here's something NSFW. (Although it ****s me to tears that this kind of thing is considered unacceptable by some...)

Anyway, I don't comment much, but I do love logging on and seeing your new work Mike/biomed.
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Thank you. Your work is very good! The GX7 really clicked with me the first time I held one. I sold all of my Bessa and Canon gear. Nothing against the gear, I just wasn't using it any more. It was time to let someone else get the same enjoyment out of it as I did. The RF stuff was the hardest to let go. I also have a GH3 that I use on a tripod 99% of the time. I have been into photography for about 60 years. I think the GX7 has come closest to being the "perfect" camera for me - lightweight, sized more like a rangefinder with SLR view through the lens. It feels more like an extension of my eyes than a camera.

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Thanks Mike,

Sorry to hear your Bessa gear has gone! Hope I manage to keep my rangefinder about for a long time, but it does get to the stage where you wonder what good it's is sitting there doing almost nothing. If it wasn't for occasional commercial assignments I'd drop my Canon gear in a heartbeat tho.

I went traveling with the GF1, and while I loved that camera, I still came back with a list of improvements that would make it even better. When the GX7 was announced it had everything I wanted (except for dual card slots and weather sealing - but you can't have everything) so I pre-ordered it. I liked it at first but it fell in and out of favor, when I picked up the 20mm I started carrying it everywhere, but it wasn't until I picked up the 17.5mm Voigtlander that I fell in love with it. That lens has barely left my camera since I picked it up.

Anyway, back to pictures. Here's another from a shoot last week:

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Here are a couple of shots from the weekend at the international fountain at Seattle Center. Both GX7, Sigma 60/2.8.



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