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Discussion in 'Panasonic Cameras' started by Amin Sabet, Dec 14, 2009.
Let's see some GF1 photographs here!
I will as soon as I pick mine up this week...
in Halifax, Nova Scotia. I would be only too happy to post as soon as I can.
The man, the Legend
More and full size here http://www.flickr.com/search/?q=gf1&w=10253603%40N07
As you wish!
Here is one of my faves of my own.
Mmmmmm, how do you imbed a picture? I don't see a button for it.
I'll try pasting just a link:
(Does that work for everybody?)
Another one from the same trip:
Here's a low-light shot, full opening and 1/15th hand-held (which I still can't get over I can do, sharp, without IS):
And here's a short video from the GF1:
Great street shot, that.
Ah, I now found the post about how to post images.
Funny, I saw the image button, but it looks so much like an envelope that I was sure it was for an email link!
Let's try one (just a couple days old):
... Oh, damn Blogger, the address looks like an image, but it's actually an html page. This should be the image (taken from that page's source code):
... Wow, the page does not even scale down the image, does it...
Ooops, that was a G1 image.
This is a GF1 image (20mm 1.7, full opening):
There are a couple ways to scale down the image besides resizing the image prior to embedding it. One way is to upload the image as an attachment. The other way is to use html like this:
(where you can choose the dimensions for embedding).
OK, I gave in and made a G1 album, including the new superwide zoom lens.
Most of mine are in the Albums but here are a couple from today:
Looks European, where is it?
They were taken in a city called Cheltenham in Glos, UK.
Kool. I'm in Bolton.
(Though I'm Danish, so my UK geography knowledge is rudimentary at best.)
Bolton eh - that was my birth city, we lived in Canada Street and the back of our house faced the cemetry!! spent a lot of time with relatives on Chorley Old Road but not been back for many years. My wife is still convined that Bolton only has 1 street - typical southerner!
Though it's hardly a big place. They're apparently trying to get it classified as a city, but it does not feel like a city to me. There's not a single video rental store centrally, for example, and after the stores closes, the place is dead.
two from today
Went to Railway Museum with Father-in-law today and used GF1+20mm on tripod. Converted to B&W to match era.
Full set can be seen on my blogsite.
Hope you like them.
Ist image of 2010
Here is my first post of 2010 taken today 1 Jan using my new 14-45 at 45mm.
It was a cold, frosty yet sunny day so just felt this fits in with the New Year!
Hope you like it.
Great, I love pictures like that.
I'm reminded of one of my own:
... Taken with a Fuji F10 (the first compact to have decent ISO 400 performance) a couple years back. What's funny is that I only took it to document the tracks, but since then I've come to appreciate it as a picture.
I really like this, Ian, great lighting and textures!
Eolake, another great photograph .