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    Indeed, I wonder why would someone call his/her child "Dog" ?
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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    Playing some more with HDR, this time going for surreal


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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    Quote Originally Posted by JMaher View Post
    Things break!

    Took my OM-D out of the bag this afternoon and there was no image on the back screen. After looking it over carefully there were 3 faint lines on the screen under the outermost glass. The glass itself was perfect. I certainly didn't subject the camera to anymore stress than I have any of my others over the years - no falls or crashes, etc.

    Anyone else have this problem so far?

    It's on it's way to Olympus repair later today.

    Jim
    Jim, Sorry to hear about the screen snafu. Will be interested in how Olymous handles their end of it. Please keep us posted.
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    Indeed, I wonder why would someone call his/her child "Dog" ?
    Better than "Cat" - though I am influenced by the two siamese siblings I inherited from my deceased mother five months ago. The little devils will neither keep quiet nor keep still at night and I'm just about psychotic from sleep deprivation. They do make photo subjects though, so I haven't strangled them the way they deserve just yet.

    Jade:


    and Opal:


    Furry little bleeders!

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    Think I'd better pass on the Leica Monochrom....

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    I gave the system a good work-out at the Bournemouth Air Festival yesterday using the 75-300 in Aperture mode (set to f8) rather than Shutter priority. Over 1800 shots and around 60 - 70% keepers, I love this little camera







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    Quote Originally Posted by brian1208 View Post
    I gave the system a good work-out at the Bournemouth Air Festival yesterday using the 75-300 in Aperture mode (set to f8) rather than Shutter priority. Over 1800 shots and around 60 - 70% keepers, I love this little camera
    Terrific Brian. Especially like the first two. I was born in Bournemouth...in the days when it was Hurn Airport!

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    Terrific Brian. Especially like the first two. I was born in Bournemouth...in the days when it was Hurn Airport!

    Mike
    Thanks Mike, yes, its "Bournemouth International Airport" now (always makes me smile)

    You may not recognise the place, certainly Christchurch where we live has changed out of all recognition over the years (not always for the best either)

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    Heartbroken:


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    Quote Originally Posted by brian1208 View Post
    I gave the system a good work-out at the Bournemouth Air Festival yesterday using the 75-300 in Aperture mode (set to f8) rather than Shutter priority. Over 1800 shots and around 60 - 70% keepers, I love this little camera
    Awesome shots, Brian

    All the best.
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    Thanks Maarten, the camera deserves a lot of the credit

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    ¿quién?



    All the best.
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    Sorry Bart, I have no idea I got the idea your name was Maarten (probably a throw back to one of my colleagues when I was working at Moerdijk many years ago - a problem with old age )

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    A little trip to the southwest ...
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    Brian,

    Great Airshow photos - as a former US Army helicopter pilot I really liked your capture of the Royal Navy Lynx Helicopters.

    How do you like the Olympus 75-100mm on the long end?


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    Thanks Joe, the more I use it the better I like it. Its main problems? Well, it very prone to showing the effect of heat haze and other atmospheric disturbance (being effectively 600mm field of view) which made me think it was unsharp at full range.

    Working with f8 as here its actually pretty sharp in the centre and coming down to 250 - 270mm its sharp to very sharp.

    My real difficulty after using a 5Dmk2 + 70-300LIS for this type of work is the lightness and lack of inertia which makes it difficult to hand-hold in a stable manner.

    That's merely lack of practise and after shooting this lot I found I'm getting the hang of it

    The lightness is a real bonus after 3+ hours of hand-held shooting though so overall, yes, I very happy with it
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    More weirdness from today:



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    Some more of my favourite Red Arrows shots from the Bournemouth Air Festival. Getting the right spot, the right weather and having this little gem of a camera to hand got me some of the best shots I've ever achieved at this venue.
    I hope you enjoy them











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    Spectacular images - well done, Brian !
    Needless to say that I enjoyed this series a lot

    All the best.
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    Thanks Bart

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Woods View Post
    More weirdness from today:



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    Mike......your captures ROCK the house

    I don't know how you do it, your street pics are exemplary. I wish I had your eye....and the alacrity with a camera to capture it.

    I would have probably walked by this shot.....and many of others of yours like this.

    Thanks for sharing......R
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    It´s over ... done
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich M View Post
    Mike......your captures ROCK the house

    I don't know how you do it, your street pics are exemplary. I wish I had your eye....and the alacrity with a camera to capture it.

    I would have probably walked by this shot.....and many of others of yours like this.

    Thanks for sharing......R
    Thanks for your kind words Rich. My hit rate has rocketed with the OM-D (compared with M9) and that's entirely due to the flip screen and the fact that I dont have to make eye contact. I'm finding I can now work a scene much more, and this shot was a direct result of hanging around to see how it would develop.

    Thanks again

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    Just thought I would provide an update on my repair. Received notice today that the leaking screen (internal crack?) was not covered by the warranty and would be $172.82. It is estimated to ship back to me on the 11th.

    I can't argue about the warranty issue as I must have somehow pushed the screen too hard when packing it up. However this hasn't happened to me on any of the numerous cameras I have owned in the past. I treat the cameras as tools but I am fairly careful with them.

    The price is not unreasonable and the service seems Ok but obviously not as good as CPS. What concerns me is reliability over the long term and makes me reconsider keeping my 5D2 which I was thinking about replacing with a 2nd body.

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    We went down to (one of) Jono's neck of the woods last week and I gave the OM-D witha few lenses a good workout.
    Used the 12-50 kit lens, Sigma 4/3 50-500, Panasonic 100-300, Panasonic 14-140, Panasonic 7-14.
    Only the Panasoinc 45-200 remained unused by the end of the trip.




    Just a boot my wife spotted left on a rock in case its owner turned up.
    A week later it was replaced with a pair of red crocs. I wonder if such objects are left out for photographers who want to do the selective colour thing.




    Falmouth harbour the night we arrived.
    I just had to go photograph something that night, and the light in the harbour gave my tripod a workout.




    Portreath, right place, right time - we had no idea the SLSGB nationals were on.
    An opportunity to test out my Sigma 50-500 at its longest, and find that AF really doesn't work. Manual focus was more reliable, even with my eyesight.




    Stonechat I am reliably informed, by one who knows.
    Just looked like Little Brown Jobs to me, but now I'll recognise them in future. Lots of other birds left that look like LBJs.

    Saw two Chough flying past at clifftop height, but didn't get photo. Still the sight of the holiday even without a photo.




    Church cove, Gunwalloe.
    Mrs Wombat just happened to be in the right light for me to sneak this before she noticed.




    Old caravan, left to rust in place.
    Nature has been taking over the 3 caravans over the years we've been visiting, I don't think I'd want the weathered look any more deteriorated.




    Sorry I can't tell you what species it is, I just liked the look of it.




    I swear the youngster was giving its parent "the look" as it was being showered from the parent's bath.




    I didn't ask Mrs Wombat to wear red, but I'm glad she did to provide a colour accent to this.




    And the almost obligatory high tide waves-on-rocks shot.


    Hope you like them as much as we enjoyed our holiday.

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    Quote Originally Posted by JMaher View Post
    Just thought I would provide an update on my repair. Received notice today that the leaking screen (internal crack?) was not covered by the warranty and would be $172.82. It is estimated to ship back to me on the 11th.

    I can't argue about the warranty issue as I must have somehow pushed the screen too hard when packing it up. However this hasn't happened to me on any of the numerous cameras I have owned in the past. I treat the cameras as tools but I am fairly careful with them.

    The price is not unreasonable and the service seems Ok but obviously not as good as CPS. What concerns me is reliability over the long term and makes me reconsider keeping my 5D2 which I was thinking about replacing with a 2nd body.

    Jim
    Can't push the "like" button, but you get the idea. Appreciate the update. Wonder what gives? Maybe a lemon? Over on another blog a commenter reported that he bonded immediately with his second OM-D body, which bonding had not happened with his first body. Perhaps buying the second one will likewise prove that this seemingly unreliable one was just the rare flawed copy?
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    I just wonder if these new "touch" screens are easier to damage then the ones on more traditional DLSRs? Anyway Olympus beat their repair estimate and its already on its way back to me.
    Jim
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    Raindrops & Rollers













    OMD + 20mm 1.7
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    close-ups with p100-300





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    Despite my peripatetic bent towards camera equipment, I still have this one.

    E-M5; Panasonic 45-175mm; 1/125s @ f/5.3; ISO 200


    E-M5; 75mm f/1.8; 1/1250s @ f/1.8; -1/3 EV; ISO 200


    E-M5; 75mm f/1.8; 1/1000s @ f/2; ISO 200


    E-M5; 75mm f/1.8; 1/800s @ f/2; ISO 200


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    Bart, great images with the 100-300.

    Matt, very good choice to keep the OMD!

    One from me, 45mm:



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    And another 45 ...

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    Bart, that butterfly shot is impeccable, one I wish I had shot. Colour, detail and texture are all excellent.

    (I've just picked up a used panny 45 macro in mint condition but it looks like all our butterflies have left the garden! )

    Oh well, there are always bees and hoverflies to play with!

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    Bart, that butterfly shot is impeccable, one I wish I had shot. Colour, detail and texture are all excellent.

    (I've just picked up a used panny 45 macro in mint condition but it looks like all our butterflies have left the garden! )

    Oh well, there are always bees and hoverflies to play with!
    Hi there Brian,

    thanks, but really - I was only pressing the button ...
    Bees and hoverflies are fine, but for something a little more exotic I'd go to the zoo ...

    All the best.
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    Raindrops and Rollers











    OMD + 20mm 1.7[/QUOTE]

    Posted before but the image links went bad....
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    "Chicken of the Woods" bracket fungus with the 12-50 lens in a heavy thunderstorm.
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    Supper-is-ready-fun





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    Paradise Meadow and Paradise Inn at Mt. Rainier National Park.

    E-M5; Panasonic 12-35mm f/2.8; 35mm; 1/80s @ f/2.8; +2/3 EV; ISO 200


    E-M5; Panasonic 12-35mm f/2.8; 35mm; 1/125s @ f/2.8; ISO 200


    E-M5; Panasonic 12-35mm f/2.8; 35mm; 1/100s @ f/11; -1-1/3 EV; ISO 200


    E-M5; Panasonic 12-35mm f/2.8; 14mm; 1/125s @ f/8; -1/3 EV; ISO 200


    E-M5; Panasonic 12-35mm f/2.8; 14mm; 1/60s @ f/2.8; ISO 3200


    E-M5; 12-50mm; 50mm; 1/20s @ f/6.3; -1 EV; ISO 2000


    E-M5; Panasonic 12-35mm f/2.8; 12mm; 1/40s @ f/5; -1/3 EV; ISO 3200


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    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    close-ups with p100-300
    Bart: I really like the texture, DOF, and the 'camouflage' in this one. Very cool!

    Cheers, Matt

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    OMD/12mm


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    Kurt, what a great series - thanks for sharing.

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    say 'kwak'...

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    That's a beauty Bart!

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    Two from today, OMD and 45mm:

    Free Boxes


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