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I keep thinking that it is time to move on to something else......and more images keep popping up to show.
Thanks for your continued interest and support. Close to time to move on......
thats how the thing are created.well done.
Another very beautiful image nice capture.
if this is the quality of M43 then dslr days are coming to an end
Lovely reflections and colours
Nice colors and great reflection. I like this shot
Excellent colours and reflections Peter ! A beauty this Thanx for your UA - much appreciated !!!!!
Most amazing reflections & colours... IB
Certainly one of your best, great textures as well as great reflections. Peter.
Another great capture
Lovely golden, rippled reflections.
Another winner Peter...you have captured some beautiful reflections....more please
Quote: If this is the quality of M43 then dslr days are coming to an end
I think that this raises a significant question in the camera world. In the history of technological changes, almost always, a new technology is manifested in its early stages in the form of its predecessor. A couple of expamples are that the first cars looked like horse carriages, and early gas stoves looked like wood cook stoves, metal cook plates and all. I think that this may be true with the digital camera world as well. For the most part (with a few notable exceptions like Leica), SLRs dominated the camera world over the last half century of the film era, and on merit, as the most advanced cameras. When the digital revolution came, it was no surprise that the top end cameras would be SLRs, particularly as electronic viewfinders were for a good while, not very well developed. As EFVs have improved to rival the viewing quality of optical viewfinders, and with some advantages that teh optical do not have (ability to visually preview exposure as the camera sees it, for expample, as well as seeing filter images), it has become clear to me that SLRs may actually be an anachronism. There really is no reason, now, to have a mirror. That was a technology needed in shooting film. The development of mirrorless cameras, I think, makes perfect sense, and actually are more able to take advantage of digital technologies than SLRs. Not the least of which is the ability, with adapters, to use all of the old, film lenses. The image quality of micro 4/3 is very strong with the current top end cameras, and the combined Panasonic/Olympus lens range is considerable, and with high quality optics.
I would be interested to hear others' thoughts.
Great colours and symmetry of reflection, excellent work!
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