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Well this is remarkably late...
Welcome to the group
Hope to see some photos from you soon.
New toys. Bought a PEN. Got a E-P1 for a very good price. Legacy lens heaven, here I come.
got any links to some of that equipment. I'd like to see the "specs" so to speak.
Got myself a Panasonic LUMIX G 20mm / F1.7 ASPH pancake lens for my PEN. Love it.
It's here... My new fast 50 (in 4/3 maths...) Voigtländer 25 mm F0.95 Nokton. Such a fun piece of glass. Hefty but so fun. Weighs almost twice as much as the PEN body.
Just uploaded some photos to the album. its been a while, but I've felt reluctant sicne the group has been dead for a while. Still in the event anyone is still viewing them I'll try and upload some more cosnistently.
I've been lazy to upload photos to this group as well. I've found the size limit of gallery photos quite restricting.
I checked out your latest uploads, nice stuff. You seem to have found your distinctive style and you're staying true to it.
thanks, not sure if I'm sticking to a particular style although the photos I seem to like most tend to fall within the general look of my recent uploads.
I gave a piece of my mind about simulated cameras in 3D modelling tools and pointed out that ironically the best simulated "camera" I've tried is actually found in Gran Turismo 5 out of all things.
I deleted the challenge threads here that didn't receive any entries (besides my own).
What licence do you guys use for you photographs? The reason I asked is that I just moved to Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-ShareAlike Licence for my stuff. Seemed to make the most sense since it's not like I'd be making any money on my photography anyway.
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