tinternaut

Lives in United Kingdom Manchester, United Kingdom
Works as a Telecoms Engineer
Joined on Jan 6, 2007
About me:

Olympus E-30
Panasonic DMC-L1
Olympus Pen E-PL1
Olympus Pen E-PM2
Olympus 14-42 (newer design)
Olympus MZD 14-42 (two of)
Olympus 14-50
Leica 14-50 f2.8-3.5
Sigma 30mm 1.2
Olympus 25mm f2.8
Olympus 9-18 f4.5-5.6
Lumix Vario 14-45 f3.5-5.6
Panasonic 20mm f1.7
Panasonic 14mm f2.5
Enough memory. Enough batteries (well, not for the G1).

tinternaut's recent activity

  • Home is Where The Art Is ©2016 Jason Hindle This is the First Street regeneration project, in Manchester.  Its centerpiece is the black building, simply known as Home, which is home to galleries, ...
  • The colours, composition (especially the meandering vanishing point) all work very nicely on this one.  My only comment would be that the lone walker is perhaps a little too distant.
  • It has a pleasing geometry and the shadows work well.  You were right to clone the balloons out of the tighter shot, and also right to keep them in the longer shot.  The colours are nicer in this ...
  • Holding at £464 on Amazon.  The US is a very different market though.  Has the GR been popular there?  I understand the Japanese are quite taken with the camera.
  • If they're anything like my IT department, they'll take a record and save it for later :-/.

  • Feeds nicely into the art vs porn debate going on in Open Talk....

  • Replied in Big Trees
    Another nice set.  Those trees are huge!
  • Nice shots.  The almost abstract nature of the first shot makes it more appealing to me.
  • It has lead to smaller, less expensive lenses that deliver a better result overall.  If you want optical perfection sans compromise, I think there's only really Leica (and then only really M). ...
  • So we can decide for ourselves if it's art or porn.
  • When I check in, these days, I'm asked if there are any lithium batteries in my checked bag. If a battery starts a fire in the cabin, it should be detected and dealt with fairly quickly. ...
  • Taken three weeks ago. All that Spring colour has now been replaced with summer greens. The Park at The End of The Street in Spring, (c)2016 Jason Hindle
  • Well done for shooting these with a 620... That camera's AF system had something of a reputation.  Subjects are nicely in focus and you can see the looks of determination that (along with pain) ...
  • Replied in Repulsion
    It's taken me a while to get to this one, as I've had to revisit a few times.  Not being a natural artist, by any means, the gut instinct was a bit none-plussed, Like Gurskey's Rheine II, it's ...
  • Thanks.  The colouring is the result of two factors, I think: (1) I was using the Huelight Colour Profile I'd bought for Lightroom for this camera (the JPEG engine, embedded raw profile and Adobe ...
  • Thank you.  I see what you see, but made no adjustment. There is no profile for the Ricoh GR's lens, in Lightroom, so I think we're looking at one of: (1) The natural distortion coming from the lens
  • Thank you.  Walk into the photo I took last week, walk to the end, but then keep to the left and you will find the subject of this week's photograph.
  • For taking the time to look at, analyse and comment on this photo.  This is the second photo in a series of three.  The third, which I will show next week, is probably the weakest of the three ...
  • Thanks. Sounds like a good way of working for wide angle even shots (and not having to worry where the focus point is set). It's a feature I'm starting to enjoy - I'm looking forward to using it ...
  • Thanks for the critique of the photo, and for the explanation.  Does the snap focus feature need checking/calibrating?
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