Close ups

Malo1961

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Some close-ups with the Panny 45-200. I am really starting to love this lens.
#1
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#2
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#3
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All processed in LightZone which I start to discover. Switched over to Linux as my main OS and LZ could become my new Raw converter.
For now the first impressions are good/hopeful.:smile:
 

G1 User

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I like #1 best.... But, all are great images
The colors are great, and the Bokeh is wonderful in all the images
#1 has the best composition and snappiness.
#2 has a little brighter look, but really shows the flowers nicely.
#3 has a softer feel, as the bee does it's thing.
 

Maczero

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Impressive stuff and encouragement for me to get my 45-200 out and try it again as a quasi macro lens. I do like the one with the bee, although it is a little soft.

How are you getting on with LightZone. As a Mac user I mostly use Aperture, but LightZone is my alternative. Sometimes I get lucky with it, sometimes not.

Andrew
 

Malo1961

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How are you getting on with LightZone. As a Mac user I mostly use Aperture, but LightZone is my alternative. Sometimes I get lucky with it, sometimes not.

Andrew
I am just getting used to it. I come from LR (which is good) on a Win 7 machine. I already had LightZone and Bibble 5 Pro. Both of them multi platform and usable on Linux. Somehow I like the way LightZone renders the colours a bit more then Bibbles output. For now I stick to LZN, and see how it copes.

Thanks everyone for the nice and encouraging comments.:smile:
 

Boyzo

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Nice images and Bokeh.
It is a good lens and food for closeup I have used it with the Nikon 3T/4t for extra magnification and its near macro quality
 

Malo1961

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Another one

Same lens.....colour popping done by "Mother Nature" herself.

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This time processed in B5 Pro
 
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