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Richard Avedon: Darkness and Light (1/9) Panasonic Lumix GF1 Review. Review based on a production Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF1 with firmware v0.1 When Panasonic showed us the first Micro Four Thirds camera, the DMC-G1, our first question was 'why does it look like an SLR?'.

Panasonic Lumix GF1 Review

We'd been hoping for a much more compact body, something that more effectively straddled the line between the convenience of a compact and the quality and versatility of a digital SLR. Well, a couple of months ago we were ushered into a private meeting with Panasonic to see the GF1, Panasonic's answer to all those critics who failed to see the point of Micro Four Thirds if it was simply going to ape conventional SLR styling. And, once we'd been fully briefed on just how secret this all was (totally moot, as it transpires, since pictures of the GF1 were leaked and published extensively a couple of weeks later), we got our hands on what Panasonic hopes will be the camera to convince those put off by the limitations of the Olympus E-P1.

Micro Four Thirds Lens compatibility Foreword / notes. Compfight / A Flickr Search Tool.

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The Longest Photographic Exposures in&History - The Latest - itchy i. The tremendous popularity of this article with more than half a million (!)

The Longest Photographic Exposures in&History - The Latest - itchy i

Clicks in one month inspired me to contact the artist Michael Wesely himself. I felt there were questions by readers which I couldn't answer correctly without talking to Michael. And I also wanted to tell him how much his worked was loved and how many people saw it as an inspiration for their own works and lives. From the many comments I learned, that many of you were astonished by the beauty of the images but also by the technical aspects of their making. The fact that the light fell for up to 3 years onto the same negative strip without over-exposing seemed just too unbelievable. But Michael confirmed that he indeed created continuous, uninterrupted exposures over those long periods of time.

Michael Wesely, Palast der Republik, Berlin (28.6.2006 - 19.12.2008), © Michael Wesely, Michael wanted to highlight that he also sees those lines as an indicator for something else. And this is what he was after - details. Ruth Orkin Photo Archive. Ruth Orkin Photo Archive Photographs Photograph Galleries: Celebrities New York Children Music Bike Trip American Girl Europe and Israel 70s.

Ruth Orkin Photo Archive

Michael Muller. In Focus. The 26th annual National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest is under way, and entries will be accepted for another six weeks, until June 30, 2014.

In Focus

First prize winner will receive an 8-day Alaskan expedition for two. National Geographic was once more kind enough to allow me to share some of the early entries with you here, gathered from four categories: Travel Portraits, Outdoor Scenes, Sense of Place, and Spontaneous Moments. Photos and captions by the photographers. [30 photos] Choose: Mirror Wave. View Gallery In 1990, construction began on the Centro Financiero Confinanzas, a huge high-rise office complex in Caracas, Venezuela. Gabriel Rivas, 30, lifts weights on a balcony on the 28th floor of the 45-story "Tower of David" skyscraper in Caracas, Venezuela, on February 9, 2014.

View Gallery Rockets fly over bell tower of Agios Markos church during Greek Orthodox Easter celebrations on the eastern Aegean island of Chios on April 26, 2008. View Gallery View Gallery View Gallery. DEAR PHOTOGRAPH, The DuckDuck Collective Blog. Feaverish Photography. THÉO GOSSELIN.