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Old Jun 10, 2007, 6:02 PM   #1
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Just a few recent shots from my home town (feel free to comment and critique)

1. 3 wise readers

2. Snap

3. A rendezvous in the park

4. Gardening @ The Kyoto garden, Holland Park, London

4. Look Mumma!

5. Something about a Japanese Garden that just makes you want to relax:

All taken with an Oly E1, 14-54, ISO100-400, RAW converted using CS3 or Lightzone for Linux.



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Old Jun 11, 2007, 3:02 AM   #2
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Nice series of candid shots...........................musket
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Old Jun 16, 2007, 11:09 AM   #3
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love the first one: seems to epitomize the homogenization of culture due to caliptalism, whie the man in the stripe shirt represents a more simple living (this is highly subjective of course)

With a little cropping, the first image you labeled "4" definately does it for me. one man hard at work while the other inspects. i just really like it.

wonderful natural framing on the last one as well.
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Old Jun 20, 2007, 10:06 AM   #4
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I assume the motion blurin #4 was deliberate, but ifit wasn't, I still like it. Mostly because there is someone watching in the background and in focus. If this shot was just of the man in motion it wouldn't have the same effect. If I was looking at this photo from an artistic perspective I would almost be tempted to say that the "watcher" was the mainsubject of the photo rather than the man in motion or both. In any event a nice series of photos.

I'm not normally a fan of the 4/3 format but lately I have been toying with the idea of something like the E410 as a second systemdue to it's compact size and thefact that the 2X crop factor would also mean relying on smaller lenses than normally used on an APS-C system. The E410 would make one hell of a substitute for those in the market for an ultrazoom if the price were lower. Just wish it has real IS built in instead of the digital type.

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