The autofocus on the camera is lightning fast (as fast as my 5D was) and I am very happy with the images so far......they are a "huge" step up in quality from the G10 and even the DP1 and the shutter has no lag as well as shooting in RAW + high quality JPEG the write time is almost instant!
Took a trip to one of our local open farms today and tried to capture close in shots of some of the animals.
Yet another mixed bag of weather lately so managed to capture a few images between snow/sun/rain!
Managed to grab a couple of keepers today and have also changed the border to see how that works.
I was passing this lake on my way home and noticed the combination of sunset and birds so just had to take the shot.
Door within a door
Very cold and windy today but a little more colour in the sky!
Had a bit of snow overnight so managed to grab a few images to give me a break from computer, I am very happy with the images produced by the GF1 using both 20 & 14-45mm lenses.
A couple of images of "Arlington Row" in Bibury, Glos - these are cottages purchased in 1929 by the Royal Society of Arts, they are full of character and have a mysterious air about them.
I had the feeling someone was watching me but could not see them, when I processed the image I saw what looks like a face at the window - they were not apparent to the naked eye!
This is a scene I keep coming back to.
Here is my first portrait of 2010 - a photo of my wife in her Vintage shop - I took it in the square format setting, and used the incredible 20mm lens.
Well, I have had this camera now for one week so thought I would take my final images of 2009.