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Morning guys a post for any camra Geeks out there I Just opened this little bad boy up the GX7 !! which to me is the Legit big bro to the Lumix GF1 which was an old favourite of mine for some years now..... I love it coz it is super small and compact, beautifully made, great quality pics and fits in an everyday bag. I'm Gonna test the video now but have a great Sunday guys ! Its bloody windy here Big love #jamieoliver oh and thanks to My mate David Eustace world renowned portrait photographer for the top tip if you like a cracking pic check out his web site oh my its a cracker

1. Tap the screen to lock the focus on the brightest part of your scene so you don’t over-expose the sky. 2. Use a waterproof case and turn your device upside-down to get the lens as close to the surface as possible! 3. Calmer days make for the best reflections and sunrise or sunset make for the most colorful scenes. Photo by @mattglastonbury

A man fans flames on a fire amid the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan in Leyte, Philippines, Nov. 19, 2013. Photograph by Dan Kitwood—Getty Images (@gettyimages). To see more Pictures of the Week visit #photo #Typhoon #Haiyan #Philippines #TIMEmagazine

Mount Sinabung spewing pyroclastic smoke is seen from Tigapancur village on Nov. 25, 2013, in North Sumatra, Indonesia. Mount Sinabung, which has been intermittently erupting since September, erupted eight times in just a few hours on Sunday. Officials have reported of rocks raining down over a large area, forcing thousands to flee their homes. Photograph by Ulet Ifansasti—Getty Images (@gettyimages). For more on Mount Sinabung, visit #volcano #Indonesia

Vlad Babushkin (@vladviper5) is a 16-year-old living in Tokyo, Japan, who documents the striking architecture of his city on Instagram. Many of his photos are taken after the sun has gone down, when he uses long exposure photography to capture the city's frenetic activity. "I use Slow Shutter Cam (iOS) primarily to shoot city views at night. The app is great not just for cityscapes, but also for capturing the activity in a city after dark. Try staking out a high vantage point to capture the light trails from moving traffic." For shooting, "you need a tripod. It's also important to find a dark place to shoot. If there is a lot of light around the subject you're capturing or in front of your phone, the photo will be too bright." "Sometimes the photo you capture could use some editing. I usually use PicsPlay Pro (iOS and Android) to adjust colors and tones before sharing to Instagram." Follow @vladviper5 for more inspiring long-exposure photos.

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