Single In Single in January (SiJ) 2021: outtakes day 19-24

gryphon1911

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Andrew
These 2 were up against my swing set picture and lost out in that thread...but i post them here for your eyes to feast upon! LOL

Kodak Panatomic X film simulation
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This one is RAW processed in Lightroom(Adobe's preset for Fuji Velvia) except for sharpening, which was done in Topaz Sharpen AI
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David
The 12-32 is a great little lens. Even better now that I have discovered the JJC auto lens cap!
I use the auto cap for the Oly 14-42 EZ. I tried one of the JJC versions but it would stick so I returned it.

But in either case, yes they are great with the 12-32 and I never noticed any vignetting.

I wish Panasonic would mount this little manual zoom wonder on an LX100 body with the twist of the ring acting like the power switch.
 

grebeman

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With some torrential rain showers now affecting us and being bored I made what I thought would be a pointless colour version of the day 22 entry from the raw file only to find I needed to correct for vignetting which I hadn't detected on the jpeg monochrome from the camera. It doesn't occur on another shot from the same position taken at a marginally longer focal length so perhaps it's due to the uv filter I've got on the lens, despite it being a thin one, bother! Still I was able to make a manual correction in the software.

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Barrie

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I've just managed some test shots between hail showers and it's the lens and not the presence of the filter, there's some vignetting with the zoom at 12mm and aperture at f/3.5, didn't check what happens when you stop down but probably soon disappears, I know it wasn't there at a zoom setting of about 15mm wide open.
 
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MiguelATF

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My alternative outtake from Day 22: I kept walking up the narrow lane that runs up into the southern Oregon hills - and stopped to look at the field which sits above my old farmhouse. It is surrounded by a rough fence - once used to keep larger animals within - and the old wooden fenceposts are weathered and well-worn, but still standing. Here is one of them - with the field visible behind.

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gryphon1911

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You were commenting earlier this week on the challenge of doing this but when you look back (and we’re approaching the end), I bet you’ll be pleased at your output and the images made.

Honestly, I just miss the events and sports I used to cover. Even at this time of the year, it is usually slower paced, but I had a flow. COVID and this time of year have basically made everything a stand still.

I’m the kind of person that needs to be in and get into a flow. 2020-2021 so far have not been flowing as I’m used to. This SIJ did help with some of that.
 
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