Some photos shot with my new Panasonic GM1

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Kjartan Haugen
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Some photos shot with my new Panasonic GM1
9 months ago

Here are some photos shot with my new GM1 + 20mm f1.7 and 12-35mm

Really love the camera because of its small size (fits inside my pant- and jacketpocket) and because of its great image quality.

Panorama, GM1+20mm

GM1+20mm

GM1+Sigma 60mm f2.8

GM1+20mm f1.7 (tripod)

GM1+20mm f1.7 (tripod+10 sec delay)

GM1 + 12-35mm OOC-Jpeg

GM1+20mm f1.7

GM1 + 60mm f2.8 (cropped)

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In reply to Kjartan Haugen, 9 months ago

Nice pictures.

What exposure mode did you use?

Enough shutter speed for the brightness of snow?

Did you have any issues with adjusting settings with gloves on?

Thanks for posting.

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In reply to Len_Gee, 9 months ago

I shoot mostly Aparture-mode.

Because of its small size its hard (or almost impossible) to use  with glowes, I mostly shoot without.

Len_Gee wrote:

Nice pictures.

What exposure mode did you use?

Enough shutter speed for the brightness of snow?

Did you have any issues with adjusting settings with gloves on?

Thanks for posting.

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Re: Some photos shot with my new Panasonic GM1...EXCELLENT shots!
In reply to Kjartan Haugen, 9 months ago

WOW!! Those are some EXCELLENT shots from the "tiny" GM1. As they say, great things comes from small packages. I the GM on the way to me here in Afghanistan. Too bad there are not a lot of photo ops here but will find something. I'm also eyeing at the 20/1.7 as small add on lens. I will try to build a "tiny" travel camera out of the GM1. A 3 kit lens...the 12-32 kit lens, 20/1.7 for night and low light and the Oly 45/1.8 for a little extra reach/portrait

Anyway, do you have some samples from 12-32 kit lens? What do you think about the kit lens? Is it good enough for daily outdoors shots?

Again, Thanks for sharing some lovely shots from your GM1.

By the way, can post a photo or 2 with the 12-35 attached to the GM1? I assume that you have the 12-35/2.8 correct? And also the Sigma 60/2.8? I just want to see how they look on the cam. If it's small enough, I might get this instead of the Oly 45/1.8. Thanks again.

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In reply to One_Oldman_4U, 9 months ago

Thanks!
Heres one from the panasonic 12-35mm, shot today

f6.3 , 1/180, ISO 200, 12mm

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In reply to Kjartan Haugen, 9 months ago

Thank you so much for sharing these beautiful pictures  for all to enjoy.  With pictures like these you have taken no wonder the GM1 continues to rank so high in DPR forum interest.  One question in the bright light conditions what was your experience in using the rear LCD?   Also seems the 1/500 sec mechanical shutter speed limitation was no problem in taking the bright pictures or the electronic one worked just fine?

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Kjartan Haugen wrote:

Thanks!
Heres one from the panasonic 12-35mm, shot today

f6.3 , 1/180, ISO 200, 12mm

Thank you. I'm loving the GM1 already and I don't even have mine yet

What settings did you use for Sharpness? Contrast? Noise Reduction? Saturation? Or did you use the default settings?

Also, are the photos shot in RAW or JPEG? If raw, what software to convert and process?

Thanks.

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Kjartan Haugen wrote:

Thanks!
Heres one from the panasonic 12-35mm, shot today

f6.3 , 1/180, ISO 200, 12mm

Very nice picture! How does it feel and balance with that large lens attached?

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In reply to DaveLemi, 9 months ago

Sorry, I meant 12-32mm f3.5-5.6 (kit lens), not the 12-35mm.

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One_Oldman_4U wrote:

Thank you. I'm loving the GM1 already and I don't even have mine yet

What settings did you use for Sharpness? Contrast? Noise Reduction? Saturation? Or did you use the default settings?

Also, are the photos shot in RAW or JPEG? If raw, what software to convert and process?

Thanks.

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I shoot RAW and process image in ACR(adjust Shadow+Highligt+saturation) and final adjustment in Photoshop. Below is a better processed version, in 1024px width

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In reply to Kjartan Haugen, 9 months ago

And heres one shot with the 20mm f1.7 from today.

I really like the 20mm alot.. its on my camera most of the time. Its a bigger and heavier than the 12-32mm, but still it fits the GM1 very good.

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In reply to Kjartan Haugen, 9 months ago

Really nice photos, very good photographer!  I am also enjoying the 20mm lens, just hoping for some more sunny days to show up.

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