Call the W.H.O.. Call the Center for Disease Control in Atlanta. There is no cure for the photograpisis bug.
Often the photographisis bug is accompanied by further complications, GAS (Gear acquisition Syndrome).
You seem to have a full blown case of both. While there is no cure, hanging...
I took typing in High School. For one reason only, to sit near a girl named Cheryl.
I vividly recall, during the second semester, the teacher walking up to my desk and asking me, "why did you bother to take this class?" I answered truthfully,"to sit near Cheryl", who by that time I was...
Well said. I feel the same way about the GF1, it's the camera that made up my mind on µ43. it just feels solid to me, in every way, like it'll last a good while.
I'm glad you like yours, and equally happy that your sticking with µ43.
Revival. Nic's most prescient post.
This may have been your most prescient post. I found myself pulling a few regulars out my my bag since the arrival of the Oly 45/1.8.
The Hex 40, the Rokkor 50/1.4 are hanging out in the glass case at the moment. I have no doubt that I'll shoot...
I'm going to as Luckypenguin to get out the cute kitty picture any minute...
I don't think there are any Olympus haters here, nor Panasonic haters, least wise I certainly hope not.
Each system has its well deserved fans, many of us have had, or do have one or more of each. Heck, how many...
Drivers license and a 1963 Corvair in 1968... Gas was .26 cents at the Mutual Station.
Oil, which the Corvair used more of than gasoline, was .49 a quart.
Four of us would cut class, all chip in a buck and the tank was full! We had to scrounge around for the oil money though....
You will be missed
i'm very gratified that your personal resin is a happy one. That said, I'll miss your contributions greatly, and hope we get more of them in the future.
Your friend in New England, Alan
Who would have thought that such a highly regarded lens would produce "busy and distracted bokeh" :smile:
We're all aware of the limitations faced shooting the 45-200. Still though, for the price it's a fun lens to have in the bag for days such as the one captured here...
I'm sure you know it's partly tongue in cheek.
I don't think µ43 as system is ready to tackle pro sports, or take its place in field side press boxes around the world.
On the other hand, I find it comical when soccer Moms are advised against µ43 because they'll obviously need a...
It's been some years since my last involvement with Field Hockey. The goggles are a relatively new addition to the sport, been incorporated over the past 10 years. Makes perfect sense when you think about it.
I use "center focus" and AFS. These were shot with a G1...
We had a "rain date" makeup game today. Dighton Rehoboth vs. Case HS.
Nice sunny day, shot for awhile with the Panny 45-200. Hand held, not too bad.
The rest are here: https://picasaweb.google.com/lh/photo/xJAJv5c7XUH1s3ZWcBtirTp1Q21tL5TOzjHAhFWBnUU?feat=directlink
Oh Michelle picked 26 lbs of apples, I just walked in from the Pats game. What a surprise, there's an apple crisp cooking in the oven.
I love fall in New England.
Amin: Roger Williams is really nice isn't it?
Hikari: We had two folks from Maine sitting in front of us...
I noticed the images were washed out when I processed on my primary monitor, then posted them. looked great on the monitor, then washed out and milky when posted.
I pulled them down, and redid the processing monitor two. They look better, but when I see them now on the laptop...
Well I did my best to make a few decent images this afternoon.
Not the best conditions, bright bright sunlight, new adopted doggie tied to my wrist, which equals the opposite of any IBIS / ILIS - instead you get DYCH "Dog Yanking Camera Hand".
Nothing too artsy, just wanted to confirm the...