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JENNA With Our Bronze Finish

Posted by Corey Brown July © 2009

Jenna enjoying The out side playing in the Grass...

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ARIELL

Posted by Corey Brown July © 2009

This is one of many great photos we got from Our Senior session with Ariell

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An IOWA Sunset

Posted by Corey Brown July © 2009

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Chicago Sky Line

Posted by Corey Brown June © 2009

Chicago the City of Wind. Chicago is a very beautiful city as long as you take a step back from the hustle and bustle. This is only a partial of a skyline shot that was done for a commercial sub shop. The final print will be close to 14 feet wide, as soon as it is hung I encourage you to check it out.

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DRAMA

Posted by Corey Brown July © 2009

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The first real micro 4/3 offering

Posted by Corey Brown On 1:27 AM
Panasonic has a web page up that has not hit the us market as I write this but these are some of the photos off of Panasonics site. It looks as though that the Panny/Olympus announcement was not to be taken very lightly because be the looks of it and the information that I have gathered shows that we could expect to see this camera on the shelfs as early as Mid November. Shown above is some of the CAF tracking and note the micro 4/3 symbol top left corner of the body. The first lenses that should both be avalible at the same time as the body are the 14-45 F 3.5-5.6 and the 45-200 F 4.0-5.6. Both equipped with O.I.S. Which works very well Panasonic as been using this kind of image stabilization for a few years and improving it along the way. As you can see that this camera has a few color choices and by the scene selection and the open user interface will make it very desirable for a novice wanting to expand their quality of their photos. However if you look closely below you will see on the mode dial on the right hand side of the body that this camera has a full line up of user controlled empowerment including full manual. Making it a camera that will be very easy for an inspiring amateur to learn with and whant to carry with them. This will have a 12 MP sensor making it the most MP on a 4/3 sensor that I know of. The body it self is supposed to way a mere 385 grams that is less then a pound ruffly the same as a Wendy's triple cheese burger. It will also have the Supersonic wave filter dust reduction system Which is very effective and highly rated in many reviews. The G1 also features a flip out screen like that found on the Lumix L10 and the Olympus E3 which in some circumstances makes getting so much easier if not the only way. It is just in my professional observation that this sure does look like something aimed at soccer moms collage students needing a little more camera for a course but still something easy to carry around ect. ect. However many professionals will be happy to find a smaller package to use with this kind of flexibility and control. Though there is not a lot of information out on this camera at least in English I expect we will get the full details at Photokina. Here is the Link to the Lumix/Panasonic Web site if yo would like to check it out. Thanks and God Bless Corey Brown

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