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?
'. 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.
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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. Ruth Orkin Photo Archive. Michael Muller. In Focus. DEAR PHOTOGRAPH,
The DuckDuck Collective Blog. UPDATE: You can now view our newest post in the “Americana Series”: “Americana 2″ here. About DuckDuck: Hello, we’re John, Ally, and Matt — a collective of photographers and filmmakers based out of Lynchburg, VA. Keep in touch! :) Feaverish Photography. THÉO GOSSELIN.