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Old May 18, 2010, 8:45 AM   #11
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LT your shots continue to take my breath away.

Thanks for the 7D shots. personally, I prefer the "look" of the FZ photos. But without doubt the bokeh is unbeatable...

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As requested by Clint FZ35 in without the LC-55 Macro Lens on board:
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Yummy - crab spider eating lunch.

LT - I'd like to see the difference the LC-55 lens makes.
Can you post the same shot with and without the lens - or have I missed it??

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AHA - I learned a new "word" - bokeh - I thought you guys were speaking Aussie.

In photography, bokeh is the blur,[1][2] or the aesthetic quality of the blur,[3][4][5] in out-of-focus areas of an image, or "the way the lens renders out-of-focus points of light."



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LT your shots continue to take my breath away.

Thanks for the 7D shots. personally, I prefer the "look" of the FZ photos. But without doubt the bokeh is unbeatable...

Thank you
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Old May 19, 2010, 10:49 AM   #15
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LT could you post the settings used on the macro photo's without lens
and clint or LT i heard tullio speak of setting NR(probably noise reduction) but where the heck is that option
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Yummy - crab spider eating lunch.

LT - I'd like to see the difference the LC-55 lens makes.
Can you post the same shot with and without the lens - or have I missed it??
Will do Clint I didn't take it with me on the walk yesterday and wished I had...I didn't think about shooting the same thing with/without the lens...
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Congrats - these are really great shots.

I also look forward to see the same subject taken with and without the LC-55.

In any case - the macros are great and the difference to the 7D is minimal.
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Some of my stuff on vimeo (all shot with an FZ-35):
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with LC55 macro lens: www.vimeo.com/13884313
Zeeland: www.vimeo.com/14488204
The old mill: www.vimeo.com/14577326
autoHDR: www.vimeo.com/15797552
soccer kids: www.vimeo.com/17208358
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Geez LT, this forum has you working a bit hard! Better grab a cold bokeh out of the fridge when you're done ;-)
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