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Old Aug 6, 2012, 8:57 AM   #1
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Default Some shots with my new 45-200mm Lens

Hi I've finally got round to getting a Lumix G Vario 45-200mm lens for my G2, so went out and had a play yesterday and thought I'd share a few shots. I love the level of detail in some of the photos, early days but really liking this lens so far.

They were all shot in raw and post processed in Adobe Camera Raw and Photoshop CS6.


P1010592 by runebinder, on Flickr


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I like 3 & 4. The colours are nice in the first shot, but the head is not in focus.
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I like 3 & 4. The colours are nice in the first shot, but the head is not in focus.
Thanks, really like 3 myself. Yeah fair critique regarding 1, still learning to use this lens.
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Shooting with long zoom can be tricky, especially moving objects. I suggest you shoot in S mode with shutter speed of at least 1/500. The downside of it is that if light condition is not good, the camera will bump up the ISO but it's easier to clean up noise than to fix motion blur.
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Shooting with long zoom can be tricky, especially moving objects. I suggest you shoot in S mode with shutter speed of at least 1/500. The downside of it is that if light condition is not good, the camera will bump up the ISO but it's easier to clean up noise than to fix motion blur.
Thanks for the tip, I'll keep that in mind
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I like the street shot.
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I like the street shot.
Cheers I was trying to see if the sign saying "For Haydn Road Follow Diversion" would be readable as I could only make out it was yellow from where I was standing lol.
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