Fishy Eye Lunch

Uploaded 15 Nov 2008 — 3 favorites
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© Richard Gough
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The Panasonic The latest edition, the LX3 is a great tale anywhere camera. Its F2.0 24-60mm Ultra Wide Angle LEICA DC VARIO-SUMMICRON Lens takes stunning images thanks to the same glass standards as cameras like the Lecia M8 lens. Additionally, the ability to switch to a B&W and manual exposure mode ensures artistic composition can still be achieved by the photographer with out a full blown DSLR. These colourful fresh sea fish were captured on my LX3 when they landed at the Moroccan port of Essaouira await cooking at a local fish cafe.

7 responses

  • Ralph Komives

    Ralph Komives (Deleted) gave props (15 Nov 2008):

    Excellent, I really like this photo.

  • Ronnie Ginnever

    Ronnie Ginnever   gave props (15 Nov 2008):

    this would be a good entry for the "stripe" theme...

  • Robert Duncan

    Robert Duncan   gave props (15 Nov 2008):

    unique take on the theme.

  • Allen Freeman

    Allen Freeman gave props (30 Aug 2009):

    Nice arrangement and colors here....nice.

  • charlie mclenahan

    charlie mclenahan said (22 May 2010):

    so sad, at least you helped them to become immortal

  • Phil Kroll

    Phil Kroll said (30 Jun 2010):

    NICE.... really nice mood about this shot. I agree with you on the Panasonic Lumix range...excellent optics and a great algorithm.... Non better IMHO... lovely colorimetry. Hard to beat! especially at the price.... I have a DSLR Canon and its a big beast... my "fill in" and the camera I use the most is the Panasonic TZ5

  • Gerard Sweeney

    Gerard Sweeney gave props (14 Aug 2012):

    good shot, well spotted

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