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  1. From the album: Mongolia, summer of 2016

    Photograph taken using the Vario-Elmar-R f4/35-70 lens on a Sony a7rii camera..

    © George A. Furst

  2. These days are wonderful: still summer temperatures. The days are a bit shorter now but the light we get here is lovely for the time being. So I started out for a big peat bog because there were promising clouds. But not so at that place. It was tranquille, warm, calm and frogs could be heard, geese on their evening strife. Altogether a lovely sunset atmopshere. I tried out my new Olympus Em 5 MKII with Summilux 15 mm and Nocticron 43 mm
  3. M9 with 90mm Summicron processed in Capture One 8
  4. In Richmond Park. M240, 24mm Elmarit ASPH
  5. Freezing temperatures were rare this winter although it is not over but... So being out on an early sunday morning I started off for my favourite location where one can find different aspects of nature. Ther is also a very small boggy part, more or less a puddle but at least enough for some typical plants and differenttypes of grass. Canon 5D MKII with Elmarit R 90 mm
  6. The grass in Richmond Park has gone all Andrew Wyeth this year, looking like a storm at sea :-) DLux4
  7. Since evening sun has left our own garden when I come home I often then hurry to our Botanical Garden. There are not many flowers there now but if one is quick one can get here and there something of a glow. Here is one last sunbeam glowing on a kind of grass Olympus OMD EM 5 with Elmarit R 90 mm
  8. After very hot days it was today a bit cooler because a series of rainshowers. After such a shower I felt to rush down into u garden to take a breath of fresh air and look for some motives. Sun was almost gone but a glimpse of warm light could still be given back to the picture. Olympus EM5 with Leica Panasonic Nocticron 42.5/1.2 Asph.
  9. these last days we were what april usually is: a mix of rain, gusts, and sunshine - all in all a bit cool also. When in the evening it became a bit more calm I sneaked out into our adjacent park landscape. Canon 5D MKII with Elmarit R 28 mm, polrisation filter and graded ND filter.
  10. there is no winter here. We have mild temperatures and you can hear already birds chirping. So I can only post what is left by autumn here and a low light is being smooth and gentle to the faded plants. Olympus OMD-EM5 with R Summarit 50 mm
  11. For the time being I use every free time to go out shooting with my new toy Olympus OMD-EM5. Each time I choose another lens. This time it was the Summicron R 50 mm. The MFT sensor is most demanding and only the best lenses are just good enough. The Summicron is giving a nice feel and provides a good deal of freedom in processing. Temperatures here a re very pleasant 6-15° Celsius which is very strange for this time. No trace of winter so far.
  12. during my daily break I usually walk along a long planetree alley. Before I start to work I take a look at the weather when it is promising I take my X1. At noon there was still hoarfrost on the lawn and so I spent some 30 minutes focussing on leaves, partly with achromat lens.
  13. this Chinese grass is in our Botanical Garden placed between stones from the different periods of the earth ages. It was being lit up by the last sunbeams of the day. Leica X1
  14. Hello all, A question from a quite new M8 user. I'm often dissatisfied with the colors I get, especially with grass and leaves that come out more yellow-brownish than I like. Maybe even more pronounced in cloudy weather. It has been discussed here before, but some of the threads are old and maybe outdated? Manual and Auto WB doesn't make a big difference. I use a coded Summarit with original UV/IR filter and open the DNG files in Capture One 6.2 using the M8 Generic UV/IR profile. Save as TIFF 8-bit and sRGB color, and then work with this file further in Photoshop Elements 8.0 (adjust levels, remove color cast, convert to Jpeg....etc.) Is there a simple way to "standardize" this workflow so that I can come closer to the colors I want? Should I use the saturation and hue sliders, for instance? and what value/amount? Are there alternative color profiles I can use in Capture One besides the two M8 profiles that came with the program? I'm glad to hear what others have found out, especially those who use Capture One to make TIFF files. My monitor is not professionally calibrated but I feel it is quite correct, as the Jpegs from my Olympus E-PL1 seem very good (and Olympus is known for good colors stright out of camera ) I know the M8 needs more work to get it right, but all say this is possible. I love using the camera, and pictures are incredibly sharp even with sharpening disabled (as I use). from Geir
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