One evening I opened my bag to pull out my Lumix GH1 and much to my horror, I found the camera strap lying at the bottom of the case! Inspecting … Continue reading Repairing a Lumix GH1 strap lug
Unlike the current crop of video-capable DSLR cameras from Canon and Nikon, the Panasonic Lumix GH1 with its micro 4/3 sensor allows, with an appropriate adapter, the use of virtually … Continue reading Lumix GH1, the independent filmmakers’ camera?
Recently I added a new vintage lens to my collection: a 1/2” Wollensak in a c-mount. C-mount lenses are commonly associated with 16mm movie and closed-circuit security cameras and given … Continue reading Circular Photography
I’ve been settling in with my Lumix DMC-G1 and manual lens combination for a few months now, and have made some discoveries along the way. For the most part, I’ve been shooting exclusively with an f1.4 40mm Voigtlander Nokton in a Leica M-mount and the time has been wonderful. That said, owning a G1 and using manual lenses is a different kind of photographic experience and one that has, for me, become both a retro and instinctual excursion.