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Pictures with my new DP1....

tc95

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Ok well the camera is not new...but it is new to me!!! :proud:

These pictures were all taken today with me using a 46mm to 52mm step-up ring...along with a few play lenses...Let me know what you think...


The first two were taken with a 52mm macro lens attached to the DP1

This one the focus is intentionally on the left corner...

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This one the focus is in the center of the shot....

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This lens adapter was supposed to give me a wide-angle shot but to my surprise it gave me a port-hole feeling...I did not crop it...I like the way the shot came out...

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These next two were taken with a macro lens & wide angle adapter....

This is a iron/metal fence top...

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This is a granite column top over looking the lake...

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Thanks all for looking....I am still learing this little camera....it is actually quite fun....

Tony C. :z04_cowboy:
 

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I know the DP1 to be an amazing little camera but it's not my preferred tool as I genuinely need a wide variety of lengths for my work.

However, I look forward to your creativeness with this little gem, Tony.

Sincere regards, Jim R
 
I know the DP1 to be an amazing little camera but it's not my preferred tool as I genuinely need a wide variety of lengths for my work.

However, I look forward to your creativeness with this little gem, Tony.

Sincere regards, Jim R

Exactly these arguments make me hasitate .... the DP1's image quality is brilliant as can be! :)

See you with nice pictures

Klaus
 
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