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    Panasonic 45-175mm; 45mm; 1/50s @ f/8; -1/3 EV; ISO 200
    Were all of those made with an OMD?

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    [QUOTE=m_driscoll;430208]The Palouse.


    Matt, that image made me sit and look for a while, and then scroll up and down again. Good stuff.

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    (...)I didn't post this shot before because I wasn't thrilled with the color and the overall way it turned out. However (...)

    Lone Tree, Palouse Hills, Washington by Chip Phillips : Commercial Fine Art Blog | Luxury Landscape Nature Wildlife Fine Art Photography
    Good stuff. I see what you mean with your comment on processed images. Beautiful landscape though, and well captured.
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    Quote Originally Posted by donbga View Post
    Were all of those made with an OMD?
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    donbga: Yes, all with the Olympus OM-D E-M5.

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    The Palouse.
    Matt, that image made me sit and look for a while, and then scroll up and down again. Good stuff...
    Jonas: Thank you, sir!

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    OM-D with Nikkor 80-200/2.8ED

    "a moment of tenderness"


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    That's lovely Raf - touching moment - excellent!
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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    Busy recently - and the weather has been horrible. Still, the OMD got a real weather test today - thunder and pouring rain - camera and lens seem fine so far.

    Here are a couple of shots:











    above all with the 12-50 kit lens

    After much wide angle anguish, I seem to have got the 9-18 - seems okay so far:



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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    More green WOW Jono

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    More green WOW Jono
    Plenty of Green around here Jorgen - ever since they announced the drought at the end of March, it's p1ssed down with rain!

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    Ain't she gorgeous ...

    Gulp. I've never owned a chrome camera... not exactly street is it? But I think I want to own one of these!
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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    We were extremely lucky yesterday, while visiting the zoo... no rain, some sunshine, and not too bad temperatures (20C)

    Today is another day, so I'm working on some pics of a friend who finished high-school ...

    Here's a story from the zoo ...

    "I may look smart, but I am but a stupid lion ..."


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    "I have it "in the mil" "


    "my mum knows better"


    "stupid me ! hunting pigeons ..."


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    12-50 in macro mode

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    From a wedding I shot with the E-M5:


    Gesu Church - Downtown Miami by Carlos Echenique, on Flickr

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    Someone mentioned the Fuji X-Pro 1 thread having more 'wow' images... Judging by the last few here, it look like the tables are turning!

    Thanks everyone, it looks like you are getting inspired.

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    All with E-M5 and 12.
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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    Here are three homely shots trying out the new 9-18

    Kitchen (time for dinner at 2500 ISO):


    Chicken pen . . .




    Self portrait in dusty car bonnet:


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    Fun shots, Jono. I liked the 9-18 when I had it. I just didn't go wider than 12 enough to justify keeping it next to the 12. But sometimes I miss the compact UWA fun it provides.

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    Quote Originally Posted by marlof View Post
    Fun shots, Jono. I liked the 9-18 when I had it. I just didn't go wider than 12 enough to justify keeping it next to the 12. But sometimes I miss the compact UWA fun it provides.
    Hi There
    I'm slightly wondering if I shouldn't have bitten the bullet and bought the 7-14 (there's still time to change my mind!).

    It seems to do a decent job though

    PS - particularly liked the last shot of your group.

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Hi There
    I'm slightly wondering if I shouldn't have bitten the bullet and bought the 7-14 (there's still time to change my mind!).

    It seems to do a decent job though

    PS - particularly liked the last shot of your group.

    all the best
    Oh my, look what just one extra 1mm gets you (and this is a little cropped) shot at 8mm from the 7-14

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    Gorgeous shot, Terry. Excellent use of the ultrawide!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    I'm slightly wondering if I shouldn't have bitten the bullet and bought the 7-14
    At the time, the biggest advantage of the 9-18 to me was the small size. Next to that I really liked the range (just like I really liked the 11-22 on my E-1). For someone who likes to explore going wider, the 7-14 seems to be ideal though.

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    Gorgeous shot, Terry. Excellent use of the ultrawide!
    +1 (even though she's trying to make me spend even more!)
    Also - after the crop- duster experiment, rather brave to get that close to those horns I'd say!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    +1 (even though she's trying to make me spend even more!)
    Also - after the crop- duster experiment, rather brave to get that close to those horns I'd say!
    There was a barbed wire fence between us
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    Trying macro for the first time today, just to see what the fuss is all about My back and arms were quite strained from trying to stay still so I don't lose focus!







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    Trying macro for the first time today, just to see what the fuss is all about My back and arms were quite strained from trying to stay still so I don't lose focus!
    Excellent David . .
    focus is interesting though - sometimes it's easiest to use the 'touch screen shutter' for macro - it really does focus quick, and of course, as soon as it's latched on it takes the shot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Here are three homely shots trying out the new 9-18

    Kitchen (time for dinner at 2500 ISO):

    ok, nice photo, but damn, what a great comfy looking kitchen dining area...yeah, the lens, blablabla...it works pretty good

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    Hey Jono, thanks for the advice! I will try that next time, then I won't need to focus and recompose.
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    Quote Originally Posted by f6cvalkyrie View Post
    OM-D with Nikkor 80-200/2.8ED

    "a moment of tenderness"


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    really sweet photo...i like the gentle golden tones, softness...wondering what adapter you used? thanks...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hosermage View Post
    Hey Jono, thanks for the advice! I will try that next time, then I won't need to focus and recompose.
    Focus recompose is near impossible in macro. The other way to do it (other than touch screen) is go manual focus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by momo View Post
    ok, nice photo, but damn, what a great comfy looking kitchen dining area...yeah, the lens, blablabla...it works pretty good
    Thank you! - we love it - Emma is the architect of the funky slightly out of order look ( she can be seen getting something out of the cupboard). My middle son Sim and I are guilty of the floor, the units and the woodwork.

    If you turn round 180 degrees you get this (which we didn't build)
    (yeah - too much kit!)


    OMD with 25mm summilux at f4

    with a crop

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    Jono, I think I'd go with the Lumix 7-14... the E-M5 isn't all about ultra compactness.

    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hosermage View Post
    Hey Jono, thanks for the advice! I will try that next time, then I won't need to focus and recompose.
    +1 interesting, I'll try that too. Looks like Jono did read the manual after all !

    All the best.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Mosley View Post
    Jono, I think I'd go with the Lumix 7-14... the E-M5 isn't all about ultra compactness.

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    +1 interesting, I'll try that too. Looks like Jono did read the manual after all !

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    I promise I didn't (on my heart). Reading manuals is girly
    I study it nightly
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    I put the manuals of my cameras on my iPad (using iAnnotate PDF, which I prefer to Goodreader, but that's another story) when I get the camera. That way I have them handy when necessary. I do get mental bonus points for not using them, but figuring things out myself. Sometimes I cheat: I pick up a tip shared online by someone who didn't get any bonus points, and actually read the manual...
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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    Misty Morning Walk
    OMD plus 12-50 (with the exception of the Roe deer which was with the panny 100-300).
    Not great light, and I was wet right up to my waist!












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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Hi There
    I'm slightly wondering if I shouldn't have bitten the bullet and bought the 7-14 (there's still time to change my mind!).

    It seems to do a decent job though

    PS - particularly liked the last shot of your group.

    all the best
    Did you feel you want any wider or do you feel anything wrong with the IQ?
    Personally 21mm(in ff world) is as wide as I need.
    On the other side I find 35mm at the long end (18mm) quite useful to avoid switching lenses all the time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paratom View Post
    Did you feel you want any wider or do you feel anything wrong with the IQ?
    Personally 21mm(in ff world) is as wide as I need.
    On the other side I find 35mm at the long end (18mm) quite useful to avoid switching lenses all the time.
    Hi Tom
    Nothing wrong with the IQ on the 9-18 . . .and your argument is just the one I used to get the 9-18 . . .but sometimes I do like wider, and although I do like 28, I'm not usually enthralled by 35mm.

    I only have 7 days to change my mind, and probably a combination of inertia and work means that the 9-18 will stay!

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    Boy, lot's of excellent photos posted, above.

    The Palouse:

    E-M5; Panasonic 45-175mm; 45mm; 1/250s @ f/8; ISO 200


    E-M5; Panasonic 45-175mm; 45mm; 1/250s @ f/8; -1/3 EV; ISO 200


    E-M5; Panasonic 45-175mm; 45mm; 1/320s @ f/8; -1/3 EV; ISO 200


    E-M5; Panasonic 45-175mm; 45mm; 1/500s @ f/8; -1/3 EV; ISO 200


    E-M5; Panasonic 45-175mm; 45mm; 1/500s @ f/8; -1/3 EV; ISO 200


    E-M5; Panasonic 45-175mm; 175mm; 1/400s @ f/8; ISO 200


    E-M5; Panasonic 45-175mm; 45mm; 1/500s @ f/8; -1/3 EV; ISO 200


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    Quote Originally Posted by Glenn View Post
    12-50 in macro mode

    Glenn: This is a brilliant photo! I can't get results this good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Busy recently - and the weather has been horrible. Still, the OMD got a real weather test today - thunder and pouring rain - camera and lens seem fine so far.

    Here are a couple of shots:

    above all with the 12-50 kit lens
    Jono: Great stuff! I especially like the composition and pp in this shot.


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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Glenn: This is a brilliant photo! I can't get results this good.

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    Thanks Matt, the kit lens in macro mode is pretty good. Here's another:

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    what liquid is this? I would like to try a shot like this and was wondering what your setup was.
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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    Here is one emphasizing the "fun" part of the thread title...


    Zeiss S-Planar T* 120/5.6 on Olympus OM-D by pgmj, on Flickr

    Using 55+21mm extension rings, a tilt-adapter to Nikon F (to use with my D700) and F->m43 adapter.

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    Quote Originally Posted by etrigan63 View Post
    David,
    what liquid is this? I would like to try a shot like this and was wondering what your setup was.
    Carlos, it was a piece of tear drop shaped glass, about an inch in diameter at the bottom. It took a few try for the AF to lock into the correct image because most of the time it will focus on the glass itself instead of the inverted image.
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    Quote Originally Posted by momo View Post
    ok, nice photo, but damn, what a great comfy looking kitchen dining area...yeah, the lens, blablabla...it works pretty good
    Hi Jono...first....thanks a million for helping to save my life..from you to Jeremy and on to my Daughter!!!

    My question about the seating arrangement in your very homey kitch is...as the dog has your chair...who used the basket??

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    Quote Originally Posted by pgmj View Post
    Here is one emphasizing the "fun" part of the thread title...


    Zeiss S-Planar T* 120/5.6 on Olympus OM-D by pgmj, on Flickr

    Using 55+21mm extension rings, a tilt-adapter to Nikon F (to use with my D700) and F->m43 adapter.
    Okay, I'll bite: what kind of imagery does it produce ?

    Or is it a disguised grenade launcher ?


    All the best.
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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    Here are a couple of OM-D pics with a variety of lenses and settings.....



    Glen Nevis






    Dining Car






    Walkin the Rails





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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    A few more:


    Convergent Tracks






    Armour in Morning Light






    Santa Fe M160





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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    Finally,


    Conefleur:






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