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Really like the first one, A Y.
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Thanks! The light was really interesting in the freeway underpass, but I had to work the scene a bit before I found an angle I liked, and then there were the some 2 dozen shots taken just to find the one with the right timing and people in it.
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Here are some pics from a trip to Cambria a couple of years ago. Zero post processing save the BW wooden bench. I think there is a lot of room to improve these, but sometimes just raw images are fun to look at due to the amount of processing present in today's photography.









And one of my son and his haul a few years back:

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Some real nice shots. Gravitas, we need more Porsche pics.

 

Dallas


Ft.Worth


My babygirl Bella

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You should wait for the Panasonic LX-7 to go on its occasional sub-$300 sale.

 

how good is the LX-7? That price point is nice..plus a leica lens?  I am in the market for a P&S myself when outside of my home studio.

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j944, where you from? I live out in fort worth off hulen smile.gif
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Hey IC. I am in grapevine closer to bear creek
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More old stuff I haven't looked at in a while:







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how good is the LX-7? That price point is nice..plus a leica lens?  I am in the market for a P&S myself when outside of my home studio.

Sorry, I just saw this post. It's good for what it is: a small-sensored P&S. Check out this review to see the quality of pictures that it can produce in the hands of a good photographer:

http://blog.mingthein.com/2013/03/25/leica-d-lux-6-panasonic-lx7/

A couple of pics I took recently with the Ricoh GR:

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@ A Y, that spot has really interesting light. to bad one of the girl's head's is in a shadow.

On another note: finally got Silverfast to install without dvd drive, time to scan the bluriest of them all:

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Thanks. I dodged that girl a little bit more in Lightroom after I posted that picture, but it's tough to get the timing right --- the bike and pedestrians all in the same shot.

Which scanner are you using, and how do you like Silverfast?
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Plustek Opticfilm 8200i, it out reseolves the cheap 2 euro film I use by some considerable margin and Silverfast has too many options, I discover something new every scan.



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Nice

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@ A Y, that spot has really interesting light. to bad one of the girl's head's is in a shadow.

On another note: finally got Silverfast to install without dvd drive, time to scan the bluriest of them all:

 

Really excellent framing. I think I would have missed the upper part, which makes it much more interesting.

Pity the focus is off. Definitely a keeper if you can correct this somehow.

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