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Old Apr 23rd, 2012, 11:51 PM   #6341
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Not been shooting a whole lot lately and I've fallen behind on developing what shots I have taken. Four recent ones from my neck of the woods.
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Old Apr 24th, 2012, 12:12 AM   #6342
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Nope not boring - one thing I love about Ontario is 4 seasons and my south facing bay windows on the second floor where my office is gives me lovely changes with the seasons and the time of day. - the cloud cover - etc.

from this



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Not been shooting a whole lot lately and I've fallen behind on developing what shots I have taken. Four recent ones from my neck of the woods.
Good shots all around.
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Old Apr 24th, 2012, 01:29 AM   #6343
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Like the guy on the bike Max - great sense of movement / resignation / enduring.....endless city with the sky fading off to the right.
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Old Apr 25th, 2012, 04:38 AM   #6344
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Thanks MacDoc - and congrats on your new camera. I like Panasonic - they're doing some great stuff these days. For a long time they were dogged by noise issues but the past few years have seen them making strides in that area. Some nice innovations with small camera systems. I'm thinking Sony's doing some cool stuff too, and Samsung... lots of competition out there.

I call this one condo fever: this is located near the entrance to a huge parking lot just south-west of the St. Lawrence Market, downtown.
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Another one from yesterday - digging it up, Union Station.
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I was out looking at the buds bursting on the trees in our yard yesterday as a warm rain fell. The cherry trees seem far ahead of the rest, but the lilacs are just bursting. It won't be all that long until the sweet smell and glorious colour of them bursts out like they did last year. This shot with my Lumix LX3.

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First pic on the new GX1 coming up when I get to a computer with a reader. Oddly enough - cherry blossoms outside the window. Hope it looks anywhere near as good as that Sinc.
Sure are a lot of buttons and wheels to learn

I know what caught my eye on the bicycle pic Max - the way the trolley lines in the sky echo the rails below and then parallax? off into the distance on the right....couldn't figure how it felt both close city and expansive.



first pic over in GX1 reduce the clutter but left one here

10' away full zoom and operator has no idea what he doing






Re Boring - Here's the early spring reference shot on the new GX - window could use a cleaning.

Today



( question the red/pink shifts to magenta in the low light/shade - that's normal? )

Clearly better detail in the new one despite marginal window.

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last year

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Just a 100 year old piece of piece of iron that is so heavy no one has been willing to carry it 100 feet to their pick up truck. Thought about sepia but like the B & W

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Old Apr 25th, 2012, 10:55 PM   #6349
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Love that old piece of iron. I'm a fan of old wood in general but that's mighty cool. I would haul it home just to "install" it in my backyard... maybe as an anchor piece for some kind of constructivist, additive sculpture. And yes, it looks d@mn heavy.

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Max, great photos.

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I was out looking at the buds bursting on the trees in our yard yesterday as a warm rain fell. The cherry trees seem far ahead of the rest, but the lilacs are just bursting. It won't be all that long until the sweet smell and glorious colour of them bursts out like they did last year. This shot with my Lumix LX3.
Nice colours. The LX3 is a great p&s camera, used to own one myself.


Some street shooting. For those not familiar with street shooting. You go around, and find interesting people, and take candid photos. Usually people use shorter lenses, like a 35 or 50mm on full frame cameras. I cheated a little. I used my 85mm, and on crop. Some interesting characters for sure.

I'm not sure if this woman got past the 80's or not.


Stuck in the 80's by phuviano, on Flickr


day dreamer by phuviano, on Flickr

I like the hat.


cowboy or wanna be? by phuviano, on Flickr

I really didn't notice her eating until after I got home, and edited the photo.


om nom nom by phuviano, on Flickr
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