Image copyright Dave Stock. All rights reserved.
by Skip Cohen
It's Mirrorless Monday, and I found this image shared by my buddy Dave Stock. At first glance, it looked like a cartoon character. It's pretty remarkable. Keep in mind I'm sharing a screenshot, and it's still got incredible detail. Give it a click and view in the SCU Lightbox.
I'm amazed to see how well Post Focus assisted by Dual IS can do, even when hand held at 1/60th with a long lens (50-200mm at 200mm on a G9). I was in my pool and held the camera overhead, viewing on the articulated screen as this guy perched on a lounge overlooking our pool.
Click on either thumbnail below for more information about the remarkable technology of the G9 and the LUMIX G Leica 50-200mm lens.
Dave Stock is a photographer who should be on your radar. Keep up with what he's doing and follow him on Instagram. And if you're on Facebook, wander over to the Lumix Photographers Community. With over 9,000 members, artists from all over the world are always sharing great images and creative ideas to help you build your skillset and vision.
6/16/2020 09:58:52 am
Dragonflies are one of my favorite macros, they tend to fly in a pattern, so even if they fly away, if you just wait, it will more than likely come back to the same spot. They also tend to stay still a lot.
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