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Panasonic LUMIX GX7 first time out of the box

Discussion in 'Appraisal Gallery' started by chrisevans, Nov 25, 2014.

  1. chrisevans

    chrisevans Well-Known Member

    I decided to leave the D800 at home and take my as yet unused GX7 on holiday.

    I walked into a South facing room one afternoon and was struck by the amazing light streaming in through the french doors.

    Not taking no for an answer, I persuaded a friend to enjoy his cigar in the doorway for a quick 5 minute portrait.

    I'd never used the GX7 until this point, It's a lovely little camera.

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  2. RovingMike

    RovingMike Crucifixion's a doddle...

    That's really impressive. What was the ISO? Still using my old LX3, but it really is a noisy beast at 400+.
     
  3. chrisevans

    chrisevans Well-Known Member

    Hi Mike

    ISO: 200
    1/50 sec
    f/5.6

    aperture priority

    14-42mm at 42mm

    Thanks for the comment
     
  4. Sejanus.Aelianus

    Sejanus.Aelianus In the Stop Bath

    Very Hemingway. I guess it'll be on the jacket of his next book?

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  5. KeithLeslie

    KeithLeslie Well-Known Member

    Did you get the blur of his arm with PS, or in-camera? Very effective shot, no matter which.
     
  6. Ednewbie

    Ednewbie Well-Known Member

    What a superb portrait.
     
  7. chrisevans

    chrisevans Well-Known Member

    Hi Keith

    The DoF is a most in camera but a soft vignette added in post.

    The standard lens it came with is only f5.6 but with the crop sensor and the closeness of my position I made the most of it.

    I would love the f1.2 but I hardly use the camera to justify the cost.

    cheers
     
  8. ginge1388

    ginge1388 Well-Known Member

    Wow!!

    This portrait is brilliant. Eyes are very sharp and the detail is amazing.

    I might look into getting one of those :p

    Nice shot

    Dave
     
  9. AlexMonro

    AlexMonro Old Grand Part Deux

    Lovely!
     
  10. Ffolrord

    Ffolrord Well-Known Member

    Great work, really engaging. A good demonstration of what looks like a really good piece of kit too. Those who think that only Nikon or Canon will do, of which I have seen a lot of late, should pay attention.
     

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