This is amazing mate, one of those images that made me pause and look at in greater detail. The colours and crisp edges make for a warm yet sharp photo. I really like it.
Where is it docked?
What type of listing is this?
What are you trying to sell/buy/trade?
Black Panasonic GM5
What are your prices?
Where are you located?
Where are you willing to to ship?
Up for sale is my black GM5 mirrorless camera
Reason for selling is that I...
I agree with Vin on the contrast (hey man, haven't talked for ages:) I reckon contrast helps define the edges and our perception sees this as sharpness. This is a picture from the weekend using the Olympus 75mm. It's a sharp lens but the Oly 45 is pretty sharp too. Some adjustments to black...
My brother who does lots of astrophotography photos says temperature is the biggest variable affecting noise in the image. For every 6 degrees in temperature can half the amount of noise that is produced or vice versa. Noise will increase the longer the camera I operating as the body heats up...
My current love is for Omega. I've got a growing collection of watches now. I'll have to photograph a few more. This is one of three Omega's
If someone has info on this model I'd like to hear about it, I haven't seen one like it. It's a Automatic De ville, I've seen ones similar but they don't...
Thank you Wjiang and Maritan!
Here is an old photo of the mount, I have made a few changes since then, most notably the addition of a tripod head on the left telescope support on which I mounted the camera for these shots.
Processing workflow was first to stack the images, and then...
A nice bunch of interesting shots Joe. It's nice to see your photos and it looks like you had a ripper holiday. I visited Australia Zoo and went to the beach around Mooloolaba last weekend, absolutely brilliant.
The LX100 seems to be doing a good job in the right hands. Late afternoon at...
I thought I'd contribute some of my recent images.
The first is of Comet Q2 Lovejoy on the 30th of December.
It consists of 8 exposures, each 140 seconds long. Captured with an EM5 and 75mm lens shooting at f3.2 and ISO 800.
The exposures were tracked on my homemade wooden...
It's crazy how the value of the older manual lenses went up when mirrorless cameras enabled them to be used again. I've noticed since starting years ago with the panasonic GF1 and back then scouring ebay brought in bargains. Now it takes a lot more to pick up a bargain. There used to be a nice...
I'm going to vouch for the MD Rokkor lenses. The 50mm 1.4 is razor sharp and the 45mm 2 is brilliantly fast to focus. It snaps to focus faster than any other manual focus lenses I've used.
50mm 1.4 Rokkor
Burning Tendrils by iconindustries, on Flickr
45mm 2 Rokkor
Recently I had a holiday Visiting Sweden, Finland, Russia, and Poland. It was incredible, I hope to post some pictures sometime. But I wanted to share this with you guys. In Sweden I visited the Fotografiska Museum which showcased four different genre's by different photographers. It was my...
Nice stuff Phil. I actually like the light you got from the sunset and sunrise. It's a more diffused purplish tone, which I like compared to the stereotypical highly saturated shots I'm used to seeing.
2nd would have to be my favourite.
Noticed the horizon on the 3rd, but it may be...
These are freakin incredible Maxim. I appreciate your time in compiling these short write ups, good inspiration to keep me shooting with fresh ideas. I fully agree with your thoughts on getting the real deal with people you know or people who are relaxed. Saying that, I still think you have...
Nice idea Ray. I have a few I can add in.
Hard at Work by iconindustries, on Flickr
C17 Taxing back into centre position. by iconindustries, on Flickr
P8200096 by iconindustries, on Flickr
P8160403 by iconindustries, on Flickr
P8080334 by iconindustries, on Flickr
I really like this mate. Simple but powerful. It's encouraging to realise that the majority of people still want peace. I wasn't surprised at the amount of men that said milhama but was certainly surprised at the amount of women. Obviously it's not just testosterone that looks for war.
My iPhone and Macbook Pro are made in China. It seems the more money that you give them the better the product. Plus it depends on the Quality Control of the respective Company with their name on the product. I was talking to a salesman at Harvey Norman after Christmas and he said the return...
Giday and Welcome birdie. Sorry to hear about your loss last year. I hope you'll be able to enjoy photography for enjoyment. It takes the fun out of things a little when a hobby becomes a job, but you'll love the absence of deadlines and enjoy the moment. My Grandparents used to live in...
Hey Kevin. Great to see some awesome pictures mate. Looks like it's nice over your way at the moment judging from the vibrant colours. The first shot of the Gecko in the glass is really cool, I like it. Also what's up with the Lizards? A bit of a pash going on?
OMD 75mm with solar filter. QLD Australia
Solar Eclipse with slight cloud by iconindustries, on Flickr
Caught in a moment by iconindustries, on Flickr
young and old by iconindustries, on Flickr
Lead Me Onward by iconindustries, on Flickr
wrapped by iconindustries, on Flickr
For me the 14 and 45 are a feel good focal length. The other lenses are great but the 14 and 45 seem natural.
Kicking front street! by iconindustries, on Flickr
Workshop Series by iconindustries, on Flickr
* by iconindustries, on Flickr
Dolly by iconindustries...
When I first embarked on the m43 journey way back in 2009 my first purchase was a GF1 and 20mm kit. That is all I had for quite some time and I took that combo to Europe. I tell ya those were the days when I had one lens! Now I have a bunch and the options make life harder than easier. So...
I love the 14mm. Picked up a new black one for like AU $160. Great walk around lens, especially on the GM1
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Then came along a GM1
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Nice work Nam. I bet you used a fair amount of steel wool to get those shots. Did you dunk it in metho to get it lit? I've used a fire before but that would be a bit hard where you're twirling.
The green on the tracks is cool. Is that from a Laser?
For those who are not savvy with what's going...
I liked it Pier. My first impression was at the clarity and colours, they look fantastic. Did you add any colour corrections in editing?
The flickering light in the water really made for a good still shot yet something small that drew me in.
Telescope focal ratios or f stops are a bit different to lenses, lenses as you would obviously know are mainly measured by there focal length, but telescopes are measured by the objective lens diameter. So for instance, a 100mm telescope with an f ratio of 6 would have a focal length of 600mm...
G'day Per, This is quite a nice image, what was the ambient temperature at the time? The noise look pretty good!
I'm very impressed with the tracking, 5 minute subs at 500mm FL with a 2x crop sensor (around 30X magnification) with only slight trailing is great! You must have had a good polar...
Old Time Flowers by nekminutehey, on Flickr
Danbo and Daniello by nekminutehey, on Flickr
Lights on the Hill Truckie Memorial Convoy by nekminutehey, on Flickr
Mini Truck. by nekminutehey, on Flickr
Double Rainbow!! by nekminutehey, on Flickr
Buy & Sell Listing - Want to TradeTrading
Fuji X100 for Panasonic GM1
I have a used X100 I'd like to trade for a GM1. The X100 has had the sticky blades problem repaired and is working brilliantly. It comes with...