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Old 07-24-2014   #101
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Old 07-25-2014   #102
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Wow, just thinking all these photos are all from a Panasonic Camera beautiful
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Old 10-10-2014   #104
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Yes, in thinking about the GX1 in old sports car terms (because I was just perusing a Charjohncarter photo of hip university boy cars in 1963 Eugene in the W/NW Oregon thread), I compare it to a Karmann Ghia that has been Super-Beetled or otherwise souped up under its little bonnet. Still not an MG or Alfa Spyder in overall handling, power, and appointments, but a lot of fun for less dough.
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Biomed, I loved the B&Ws from your GF1. What program do you use to edit to b&w?
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Biomed, I loved the B&Ws from your GF1. What program do you use to edit to b&w?
I use Lightfoot 5.
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I use Lightfoot 5.
Thanks, I gotta say I have never heard of it. You have a link?
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Thanks, I gotta say I have never heard of it. You have a link?
Sorry that was a really bad typo! I meant to say Lightroom 5.
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Photos from today's late afternoon walk. All taken with a GH3. The first photo with the 12-35/ 2.8, all others with the 35-100/2.8. I managed to avoid getting caught in the intermittent and sometimes heavy rain.

















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Was out shooting video with a G3 and G6, but saw this, so I hit the shutter button...

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The Panasonic G5 is wonderful for exposure bracketing. This, on tripod, electronic shutter enabled, for a 7 shot bracket, -3 to +3

I shot all JPG, and throw out the +3 exposure, because when I blend that one in, it washes out all the highlights like a cheap 1998 digicam :-)

Used Photomatix 5.05 for the expousre blend:

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Wow, biomed...your GH3 is rockin' it!! Excellent colors and details!

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