My discussion of the Panasonic DMC-G1 was originally a four part review. But the fourth post was so long that some people had trouble downloading it. So, I've split Part 4 in half, creating this new "Part 5." It contains my conclusions about the G1's "street" shooting abilities and a (scant) few images.
The nitty gritty. The dirt. The details. Everything you want to know about using the Panasonic Micro Four Thirds DMC-G1 as a "street" camera in a single post... well, OK, "two" posts. The article was so long, it got sectioned into a separate Part 5. Dive in. Enjoy.
Do you love your SLR? You must not be a "street" photographer. Do you love that little portable enthusiast camera with the faux rangefinder stylings? You, too, must not be a "street" photographer. In this, the first of a five part series, I discuss what I expect from a street photography camera, and why neither the SLR nor the enthusiast cameras have worked for me.
Vancouver has recently seen about a foot-and-a-half of snow, and more is falling as I write this. The air is fresh and crisp. The dogs are happy. The trees are enrobed in a shroud of white where, just last month, they were warm in their brightly saturated red, orange, and yellow jackets. Naturally, I couldn't help but take a couple of photos.