JeanPierre Thibaudeau

JeanPierre Thibaudeau

Lives in Canada Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Works as a Draftman, project manager in laboratory casework.
Joined on Dec 7, 2007
About me:

Electronic gear mixed with natural colours never cease to amaze me.

JeanPierre Thibaudeau's recent activity

  • Picture no 14 is just plain amazing. So many details, so many colours, so many houses. Does such a place really exist? Where would that be?

  • Having both 14-54mm lenses and the 12-60mm, I can tell you that yes, it is better. Not by much, because the 14-54mm lens are already a very good lens. The 12-60mm is the best zoom lens made by ...
  • The 12-60mm lens works perfectly with the E-1 and works OK with the E-M1. With the E-M1, the AF can sometimes hunt a bit but when it locks focus, it does perfectly, spot on. A bit on the heavy ...
  • Well said.
  • Very interesting shot, nicely focused on the dashboard. I almost get the feeling to be in the car with you. Nice bookeh too.
  • Don't forget, this is not the A7 but rather the A7r. Also, it could be the new lens featured and finally the PP. And maybe a mixture of those three factors. Who knows!?

  • Exceptional colour rendition, nicely detailed even if a bit soft.

    I wonder what mostly gives these beautiful colours, the body or the lens?

    Anyway, a wonderful combo.

  • These pictures show amazing colours with great definition in a wide variety of situations.

    A real winner combo, we have here.

  • Great week, I agree. But not only you made 2 reviews in one week but you did 5 of them in less than a month which is way above average. The Olympus E-M1, the Fuji X30 and X100T join the Nikon D5500...

  • This is an amazing shot, really. And the colours are simply gorgeous and realistic. Great, great shot. Thanks!
  • Hi Henry, It's always amazing to see those cat fights. You never know how long it's gonna last and when one will pull the trigger. They sure are fast, once the wait is over. Great video, good suspense!
  • This beautiful shot really proves that the earth is round. Very, very nice point of view.
  • Replied in 1931
    Wow! But beside the beautiful old cars, the colours are simply amazing. So true to life with perfect saturation and hue. This is very rare, to my eyes, to have them as good as these. The asphalt ...
  • Commented on Fujifilm X100T Review preview

    Typo mistake on conclusion page/image quality, the word form should be from:
    I've rarely found myself thinking 'I think this image would benefit form Vivid mode,...

    Only seven pages long review?...

  • Yous, once again, look very nice, even if they are well saturated. Key line is that you shoot in raw, which I don't because iphoto doesn't support the raw files from the 109 and it never will ...
  • On the other hand, I should mention that in favour of the 109, it produce some of the best B&W shots I've seen from a compact. Also, it's got a very good and sharp lens. But the distortion between ...
  • Hi, Your pictures look very nice by the way. The 109 is a very special camera because I've seen beautiful shots done with it and some very less so. These images are really snapshots, not artistic ...
  • Do yourself a favour and go for the Panasonic. I own the 109 since december and although it's a real fine camera, I am not crazy about the colour output the jpgs produce. Most shots are tinted of ...
  • I fully agree for the kimono's colours, they really pop out but the skin tones is where it seems a bit too much. Nice shots, nonetheless.
  • Nice scenes but in my opinion there's way too much contrast and saturation. I would lower it down to at least a notch. Don't you think so?
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