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Discussion in 'Scenic, Architecture, and Travel' started by GaryAyala, Jan 9, 2011.
Day two of shooting with the GF1.
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Thanks for Looking,
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....
Well ... I doubt if I'll be afraid of my own shadow ...
Gary, I don't think that is your shadow. I know you think it is but the GF1 does funny things ya know....
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.
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.
Kidding, kidding. Hands are up. Don't shoot (and if you do, please make the bokeh buttery - no margarine).
I'm getting that ... like I don't know where that palm came from ...
That sun can be a killer ... so the software reads the sun and checks on your back?
Probably what happened to this self portrait ...
That was funny (no need to apologize when one is funny ... well not with me anyway .. lol)
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