Discussion in 'Native Lens Sample Image Showcase' started by Amin Sabet, Dec 14, 2009.
Let's see some Panasonic Lumix 14-45mm lens photographs!
BERLIN - A view of Berliner Fernsehturm and Park Inn Hotel from the Reichstag.
This is a very good kit lens
I used the GH1 + Lumix 14-45mm with built-in flash on.
First shots with 14-45
Received my 14-45 yesterday so had to try it out today, so far very pleased with the results.
Here are a couple of images I took inside Gloucester Cathedral with the GF1 + 14-45 mounted on a tripod.
New Year image
Here is my first post of 2010.
Taken today with the new 14-45 at 45mm, I am pleased with the lens so far as it is small, light, well made, quick to focus and sharp!
14-45 shines through
Work was closed today due to snow/ice and too bad to travel so working from home.
I took a break and went out with the GF1 for some fresh air - the snow was still falling but grabbed a few images. I like this one and am very impressed with how well the 14-45 captured the detail it did so now feel better about purchasing it!
My kid monkeying around in the playground. Shot with the 14-45 @ 14mm, f5, 1/320s. I think it is one of the best, well made so called "standard zoom kit" lenses around.
Great fun shot
This is a great fun shot with a good perspective that works.
The 14-45 lens is superb and produces nice sharp images that exceed those taken by many APS-c cameras with kit lenses!
Wulajie old town in North China.
wonderful shot of your child,
personally i think this kit zoom is one of the best , of its type ,ever made
'BERLIN - A view of Berliner Fernsehturm and Park Inn Hotel from the Reichstag.'
it almost looks HDR... really good.
Two from yesterday
Very cold for UK with added wind chill but we did have some blue sky so here are a couple of images using the GF1 + 14-45.
Great pics Ian, the second one feels very barren and isolated
The square aspect works really well with these, Ian. The second image is very strong.
It was a good day for it but absolutely Ffffffffffffffreezing!
Good on you for getting out in the cold to capture these they really are lovely thanks for sharing.
I really do like this image, a perfect time of day and delicious light!
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