The German PC Journal compiled “60 wallpapers for your desktop”, and included one of my photos.
I prefered the title I gave it, though: “Two couples”.
Contax G lenses adapted to a Sony NEX
While I am still waiting for my ordered NEX-7, I am using a NEX-5 which I bought with the SEL18200 superzoom in a kit box (BTW: the kit was 300 Swiss Francs cheaper than the lens alone on eBay! So the NEX-5 is for free, and will be sold on ebay as soon as the NEX-7 arrives). Yesterday I updated the firmware to version 5, which has focus peaking (finally!). Manual focus is so easy, fast and a pleasure with it! Love it.
Time to attach my two Contax G lenses (Sonnar 90 mm f2.8 and Planar 45 mm f2) to it.
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Taking the plunge
I must be crazy. Three really fine lenses and a camera I really enjoyed over two and a half years now. The user interface of the GH1 is hard to beat, and some of the better ones are just newer G series models from Panasonic Lumix. So what’s wrong with it?
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Look at this: when I stumbled across this poster, held by the little Playmobil man, I immediately thought it would be a great background for a person in an orange workdress. I had about 15 minutes to spare, waiting for my commuting train, so I stayed and watched the scene: ANTICIPATION
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My current thoughts about the Fuji X100
from Eric Kim, I wrote the following comment about my experiences with the Fuji X100:
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London in B/W (Street Photography)
A few B/W photos taken in London. To my surprise I noticed that most of my photos from the weekend in London are and will remain in colour. London is so colourful!
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Colours of London
A selection of colour photos from our recent trip to London. Some taken with the Fuji X100, some with the Panasonic Lumix GH1 and the 14-140 mm lens.
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