GF1-2

GaryAyala

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Day two of shooting with the GF1.

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Gary, You seem to be adapting well. I'd like to see what you do with it on the street....
When ya get around to it....
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Gary, You seem to be adapting well. I'd like to see what you do with it on the street....
When ya get around to it....
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Well ... I doubt if I'll be afraid of my own shadow ...

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Grant, ya know Gary is an oldie but goodie like many of us here.... but he's new to the camera. Wait till he does a self portrait and doesn't recognize the person in the photo....
By the way, the Pens don't do that. I think it's a firmware in the GF1.
 

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Grant, ya know Gary is an oldie but goodie like many of us here.... but he's new to the camera. Wait till he does a self portrait and doesn't recognize the person in the photo....
By the way, the Pens don't do that. I think it's a firmware in the GF1.
Nope. It's not firmware. The Pens just have no imagination. :eek:

Kidding, kidding. Hands are up. Don't shoot (and if you do, please make the bokeh buttery - no margarine).
 

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Gary, I don't think that is your shadow. I know you think it is but the GF1 does funny things ya know....
I'm getting that ... like I don't know where that palm came from ...

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You're right as I have that same anomaly in some of my images shot with the GF-1. It seems to be worse when the sun is both strong and behind you, kind of like a reverse flair.
That sun can be a killer ... so the software reads the sun and checks on your back?

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Grant, ya know Gary is an oldie but goodie like many of us here.... but he's new to the camera. Wait till he does a self portrait and doesn't recognize the person in the photo....
By the way, the Pens don't do that. I think it's a firmware in the GF1.
Probably what happened to this self portrait ...

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Nope. It's not firmware. The Pens just have no imagination. :eek:

Kidding, kidding. Hands are up. Don't shoot (and if you do, please make the bokeh buttery - no margarine).
:thumbup:
That was funny (no need to apologize when one is funny ... well not with me anyway .. lol)

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