linzybel

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  • Nice images, well framed and nicely processed. Looks like the sweet spot is 34mm -- is that about the equivalent of 65mm in a FF?
  • What software did you use for processing?  How was the learning curve?
  • HeavyDuty, Fallback option for the honeymoon:  you can rent a LX100 for under $10 a day.
  • Replied in Contrarian
    No, because I'd never EVER own a Rolex.  I hate watches, can't stand having one on my wrist. On the other hand, I have not been able to part with my two R8 bodies -- one for B/W and one for 'chrome ...
  • Well, I liked the effect of the processing of the Muir Woods images.  It struck me as sort of a color-plate equivalent of a sepia-toned monochrome -- trending towards impressionistic. My favorite ...
  • If we can disagree so vehemently about a still photo, imagine what we can do with this: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/homeless-man-transformation_us_58cba346e4b00705db4e25c2? Enjoy!
  • I like the tonality and the overall composition of the first one, though I wish the woman's head could have blocked out the photo in the background. The lines and patterns in the second one are ...
  • Quite the thread title.
  • If money isn't a worry, I would strongly recommend renting them for a week each.  Money IS an issue for me, so I've occasionally rented lenses and cameras from Lens Rental online, and it has ...
  • That is sophisticated image-making with a small but highly capable camera.  Clearly, though, most of the capability is in the hands of the photographer!  Congratulations. Clearly, you have achieved ...
  • Gorgeous timepiece, gorgeous image. Questions: 1) Did you process the image at all?  SilverFX or anything? 2) Do you know whether the hinge on pocket watches is typically at the 9 o'clock position? ...
  • Replied in B&W
    B&W, and tweak the contrast.   The strength of the image is the 3-D effect of the hills, and the contours are accentuated in monochrome.  Also, the foreground meadow is not overly interesting, but ...
  • Wonderful work overall -- a good eye in every image. I'm wondering whether a B&W version of the dog portrait would make the subject stand out a little from the background.  S/he looks regal.
  • Replied in D-Lux 7 ?
    As the original poster, I'll point out that my original post was made in April 2014, prior to the announcement of the D-Lux Type 109 or any successor to the D-Lux 6. I smile at the fact that ...
  • Funny you should mention your predictive powers.  I coach high school high jumpers, and I can often tell in the first 2-3 steps (of 7, 9 or 11) whether the jumper will end up clearing the bar.
  • I've been very interested in buying one, which would be my first compact camera in more than 6 years.  This discussion makes me particularly nervous, though, as we have three dogs and cats.  What ...
  • If I had an SL, I would do nothing but shoot and watch, shoot and watch, about 20 hours a day. I'd love to film a willow tree in a breeze... Does your Deception book still have a November ...
  • Beautiful images.  Whether straight out of the camera or processed, they show you have a real gift.  How did you ever get so close to the fox -- or, how much did you have to enlarge the image? By ...
  • How 'bout a picture of the set-up for those of us on the fence?
  • From this 2:15 tutorial it looks easy, and you don't need any fancy software. Note that this tutorial describes using a dedicated 4k still-photo process (which you can find in the menus), wherein ...
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