Dil Roberts Photography

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Panasonic GM5 - Panasonic G Vario 14-140 f3.5-5.6
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11/02/11
Reflections I

Reflections I

I've always liked reflections and whenever I get the chance I'll take a picture of it. Some people don't like these at all and find them something of a cliche but I don't really care. I also believe that people should take pictures for their own pleasure and not for praise from other people.
The following 4 or 5 images are from my summer holiday and all are images of reflections.
Sorry if you don't like them.
1898
E-P3
Focal Length: 52 mm
Aperture: f/9.0
Exposure Time: 1/100 sec
ISO: 200
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• Olympus • mzd 14-150 • E-P3 • reflections 

11/01/11
Voigtlaender Heliar 75 f2.5

Voigtlaender Heliar 75 f2.5

This is the final image in this series on the Voigtlaender Heliar 75 f2.5. This lens is no longer in production but there is the newer 75 f1.8 version which is a bit larger than the f2.5 version. Personally I don't require f1.8 so I opted for the older version. I'm really glad I did because of size and it was a lot cheaper than the f1.8 version.
I hope you found the posts on this lens useful.
1203
E-P2
Focal Length: unknown
Aperture: f/1.0
Exposure Time: 1/2000 sec
ISO: 100
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• Voigtlaender • Heliar • 75 f2.5 

10/31/11
Voigtlaender 75 f2.5

Voigtlaender 75 f2.5

This images shows how big these barges are. I love it.
1148
E-P2
Focal Length: unknown
Aperture: f/1.0
Exposure Time: 1/1600 sec
ISO: 100
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• Voigtlaender • Heliar • 75 f2.5 • manual focus 

10/30/11
Voigtlaender Heliar 75 f2.5

Voigtlaender Heliar 75 f2.5

Just so that you can get a feel of how big these barges are, take a look at the car at the rear left. Amazing things that catty everything up and down the Main (and further).

926
E-P2
Focal Length: unknown
Aperture: f/1.0
Exposure Time: 1/1250 sec
ISO: 100
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• Voigtlaender • Heliar • 75 f2.5 • manual focus • m4/3 • Olympus 

10/30/11
Panasonic LX5 VI

Panasonic LX5 VI

This last image was converted in Lightroom and shown the Menai Brigde connecting Anglesey with the rest of Wales. I like black and white images so I thought this one deserves to be on the photoblog. I must do more of this (reminder to self).
Of course, if you would like a black model with a red dot on it (i.e. Leica) and pay a couple of hundred more for it you can. It's called the Dlux-5, same camera just re-badged. May have the Leica firmware on it allowing them to process the images a little differently, but basically it's the same camera.
1466
DMC-LX5
Focal Length: 19.2 mm
Aperture: f/5.6
Exposure Time: 1/640 sec
ISO: 200
Dil 10/30/11 12:19     comments (0)
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• Panasonic • LX5 • Leica 

10/30/11
Panasonic LX5 V

Panasonic LX5 V

This is using the native 4:3 format. If you look at the shadows on the wall to the right and center you can still see some detail. Nice for a sensor this size.
1359
DMC-LX5
Focal Length: 19.2 mm
Aperture: f/5.6
Exposure Time: 1/1250 sec
ISO: 200
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• Panasonic • LX5 

10/30/11
Panasonic LX5 IV

Panasonic LX5 IV

Using the one to one format brought out the best here. There's a lot of dynamic range in this image but I could easily bring back detail from the sky and shadows at the bottom of the image.
1562
DMC-LX5
Focal Length: 5.1 mm
Aperture: f/5.6
Exposure Time: 1/500 sec
ISO: 200
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• Panasonic • LX5 • Lightroom 

10/30/11
Panasonic LX5 III

Panasonic LX5 III

I think this image shows how much detail can be captured with this sensor. I brought out some more detail using Lightrooms clarity function. Those people at Adobe are just geniuses. Again in 16 x 9 format.
1404
DMC-LX5
Focal Length: 5.1 mm
Aperture: f/5.6
Exposure Time: 1/2000 sec
ISO: 200
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• Panasonic • LX5 

10/30/11
Panasonic LX5 II

Panasonic LX5 II

The previous image was taken in 16 x 9 format as a jpg image. This one is also in 16 x 9 format but taken in raw format. I just prefer the control you have in raw and tend to use that format 99% of the time. One thing I like about the LX5 is the change format dial on the lens I do use it quite a bit. I tend to take multiple images of the same scene using all the formats available and then I'll select the one I prefer most.
1087
DMC-LX5
Focal Length: 5.1 mm
Aperture: f/5.6
Exposure Time: 1/1600 sec
ISO: 200
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• Panasonic • LX5 

10/30/11
Panasonic LX5

Panasonic LX5

In the last couple of years I just haven't considered P&S cameras. Reason being the small sensor used,slow to focus, shutter lag and of course image quality. I still have a couple around the house but I rarely use them unless...either I'm going somewhere where I just can't take my other systems because they're not allowed or it's not appropriate for instance. One camera that has really surprised me though is the Panasonic LX5. I bought this because I can use the same EVF as on the m4/3 cameras I have. True enough, the EVF is not the best out there but I think it's good enough for my purposes. What I just cannot do is make pictures holding the camera at arms length. I just can't and that is final. If a camera doesn't have one I just won't buy it.
I just want to show a few images taken with the LX5 taken on a very windy and blustery day.
875
DMC-LX5
Focal Length: 13.9 mm
Aperture: f/4.0
Exposure Time: 10/4000 sec
ISO: 80
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