So how can we rectify that?????? hmmmLet the photos begin!
It remains one of my own favorites and makes me really truly miss this lens and my Olympus camera.
I've seen this before, so gentle, calm, tones and color are just wonderful.
When i had my GF-1 i did once say (and i meant it) that if i could only have one camera and one lens it would be the GF-1 and the 20mm f/1.7. This still holds true today but it would be the E-PL2 and 20mm f/1.7 which is pretty amazing after all the lenses that have been through my hands.Thanks Andy
I'm just trying to show the versatility of the lens
to tell you the truth, sometimes I just wonder why I should bother with anything else
(PS - this thread reminds me of Brian Mosely - not sure why?)
BB I am very human if that is the case. I should point out that I am not dissatisfied with what I do, in fact I think I know the value of it, it is just that I am very critical and always question my work. Without room for improvement life would be a huge bore!Grant, I am glad we can see your photos on Flickr. To err is human.
I think there are about a zillion (that's a technical term) on the m43 site, where just about everyone has an m43 camera and, hence, the lenses. Here, its more of a sideline than the main attraction...Here are a few more. I'm surprised that there are not loads of images being put us as i would assume that just about everyone with either a GF-1 and Pen would have this lens!