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  1. #1161
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    Lensbaby recently released an attachment for using Nikon mount lenses on micro 4/3 cameras, I can't remember if it was tilt, shift, or both though.

  2. #1162
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    Tilt only and just micro 4/3rds

  3. #1163
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    Tilt means depth of field only I assume? (I guess so since this is lens baby). Still if I ever head for m4/3 I'd look into it.

    A few taken since I ended my long trip.
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  4. #1164
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    I've got two pictures of Tibetans spinning prayer wheels. Which one do you think is better?
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  5. #1165
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    The second. A person will naturally be the focus of a picture, and it's quite jarring to have them movement-blurred.
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  6. #1166
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    Raven,

    I like the first one better for the motion in the prayer wheels, but I do wish the person was facing you.

  7. #1167
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    For me I like the first set here I think they are great. The bird, whatever it is, is stunning The dog is a nice evocative shot but a bit dark on my uncalibrated monitor and the flames I just like as a speculative shot.
    As for the prayer wheel shots neither really appeals to me I'm afraid sorry. If the first one had the 4th wheel in as pin sharp focus then I'd like it better. Don't mind the rear view it looks like he is sneekily running away having just stopped one turning.
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  8. #1168
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    OK, so the scores:
    #1: yes 1, no 2
    #2: yes 1, no 2
    The no's have it in both!

    I do think the motion one might have been better if her face was visible, but oh well.

  9. #1169
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    Merry Christmas to one and all.
    Around every picture there's a corner & round every corner there's a picture
    - the fun's in finding them

  10. #1170
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    First outdoor shot with E620

    Nothing adventurous yet just poked the camera outside our backdoor to grab this sunrise. Straight OOC no PP and on auto sunrise/sunset setting I'm afraid.
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    Around every picture there's a corner & round every corner there's a picture
    - the fun's in finding them

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