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Cat eye bokeh. I don't mind it and I've never had someone tell me they didn't like a photo I shot of them due to it.

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Models don’t notice things like cat eye bokeh, photographers do. My preference is round bokeh. I love the Lumix 42.5 1.2 look— and I really like your images. Just a personal point of view.
 

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If you want to shoot wide open in daylight, an ND filter really helps.
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Pen-F jpegs using the colour wheel modes.



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And these from the G9. I had the second one printed at 12 inches and it looked amazingly smooth and rich. So I went to 24 inch and it was less impressive - because I could see every speck of dust on the bikes instrument panel ! Note to self: This lens will show my laziness.......


If you're happy to carry a somewhat heavier lens than most in MFT, this one is a beast. I've no idea if its better than the Oly Pro or worse. I don't think it matters. It does something magical with L.MonoD output from the G9.



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With a macro adaptor.
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Straight off camera jpeg snapshots




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There is something wrong here as I can only see sideways photos and they don’t look 4/3 to me!
Yeah, they are sideways in the mobile app, but normal in the desktop app. EXIF says g9, so certainly m4/3. Might just be shot/cropped to different aspect ratio.
 
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I reckon there must be something in the way they are posted! As I have never seen this happen to one of my photos that has been posted even from my iPad Mini 5! or iPhone!
 

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I reckon there must be something in the way they are posted! As I have never seen this happen to one of my photos that has been posted even from my iPad Mini 5! or iPhone!
It happens to me sometimes when I import photos into my iPhone from the camera via the app and post them on mu-43.

Once the images are uploaded I'll notice they're not rotated correctly, so I have to delete the uploaded image, open it in my iPhone's Photos app, force an edit so it saves as a new file, then re-upload to the forum and the rotation is correct.

Probably something to do with EXIF data not being read, set, or stored correctly... or maybe because @saladin is from the Southern hemisphere and we're up North so auto rotation doesn't work... :D
 
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