Mirrorless Monday #10

Discussion in 'Mirrorless Digital Cameras' started by sanford, Mar 4, 2012.

  1. The Sweeper
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    Tenderloin, San Francisco • ©2012 Brad Evans
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  3. Samsung NX100, Sears M42 55mm f/2.8 Macro, iso 400
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  4. Spearhead

    Spearhead Moderator

  5. Did we miss MM #10?
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  6. The sea, the sea
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  7. silver maple? Fuji X100, 1/640, F10, ISO200
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  8. Grouchy Sphinx.
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  9. The barn, during the storm - 03.03.2012
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  10. Barn after the storm - 03.05.2012
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  11. Ice Rink - 03.05.2012
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  12. Resort through snow burdened trees - 03.05.2012
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  13. Neat work, so far. Keep 'em coming!
    Sanford- Very powerful figure study.
    Jeff- Cool wavy effect- plug-in or optical?
    Leslie- very unique angle and shapes on that figure.
    Paul- That looks like a Roxy Paine sculpture
    Gang, may I suggest we follow the good posting guidelines already established in the Nikon/Canon forums for the POTW threads found here:
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    One image per poster, 700px on the long axis, 300kb max size per image, must be shot by you with a mirror-less camera, etc.
     
  14. Sorry, didn't know there was a thing against multiple images. I've seen them in the Nikon threads also. My apologies for annoying you.
     
  15. Thanks for the mention Louis. Zach, as far as I concerned you can post multiple images here, at least until we get up to Nikon POTW numbers.
     
  16. No apologies needed, Zack. Your series is pretty neat. I'm just forwarding a suggestion this being a "new" forum thread and all. I think it should be a forum/moderator consensus. The NiCAN forums have many posters each week, so perhaps that is one reason why. Yet the Leica/RF forum have way less posters but they also keep to the NiCAN guidelines. Yet, when I was posting in Canon FD, we decided five images were fine, though we had very few participants on a monthly thread. Whatever is decided it would be good to mention it at the start so newcomer's to the thread have a guide.
    Personally, if someone shoots something interesting with their mirrorless camera , like your before/after series, I think that would be great content for it's own post to show them and hear more about how it was done. But that's just me.
     
  17. Rob and Leslie, those are very creative images.
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  18. Louis, what I really need to do is get a whole thread for that barn alone. I have shots from before the roof fell and would make for an interesting "deteriorating" story. The roof collapsed Christmas day of either 2009 or 2010 (oddly, I can't remember which, and the building is in my yard....). I just have to get off my lazy bum and do it. So expect it in a couple of weeks to a month, after I have finished two client's websites and my own.
    Oh, and as for the "count" issue, I vote three. I often find a single image is lacking the story that you get from two or more images, and therefore prefer series of images. But that's just me.
     
  19. We also have a micro 4/3, W/NW, POTW over at the Olympus forum with no limit on photos (within reason). Slightly bigger and slightly smaller sensors welcome.
     
  20. Up to 3 images sounds fine; Sanford has run the Olympus and 4/3 forum (successfully!) with a 'liberal and positive' approach and I'll happily accept his verdict here.
     
  21. Life's a beach.
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  22. duck
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  23. This was from last March in Rockwall TX Truluck restaurant when the temp was 75F.
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  24. Awesome shots again, everyone! Louis, I love the shot of the ribbon; simple and elegant. Rob, another superbly composed and processed picture. Here's one looking the other way at sunset...
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  25. Our cat, Miko. First shots from my wife's new Nikon P7100 with a bounced SB600. Pretty impressive resolution.
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  26. Looking Down Church Street, Salisbury, NC
     
  27. Downtown Manhattan.
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  28. mizore

    mizore A Gringa in Nicaragua

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    Pachita's Garden, Jinotega, Nicaragua
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    one of Rebecca Brown's image above. Next time...copy and paste this (no more, no less): >>> http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7197/6905600117_695c4cee59_z.jpg <<< from flickr to the photo link icon from PN reply box:)
     
  30. This one's from the Cuyama Valley area along Hwy 166 in Central California. Image taken with a Panasonic GH2 with a Lumix 20mm AF f/1.7 lens.
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  31. Spearhead

    Spearhead Moderator

    Jeff- Cool wavy effect- plug-in or optical?​


    Setting on my Elph something-or-other.
     
  32. That's one ugly sphinx, Bill. I hope it doesn't give me nightmares.
     
  33. mizore

    mizore A Gringa in Nicaragua

    Thanks, Leslie.
     
  34. E-Pl1s + my 25/1.4 cine lens with the long name.
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