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    We're having some weather in the Northeast...



    Everyone stay safe and dry!

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    Here's a few from tonight's Quick and Dirty: OMD with Pan45 LEICA Macro. Lighting iPad.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    This is a raw file - processed in LR4 with no noise reduction or anything else
    taken with the 45. f1.8 at f1.8

    hello, i'm new in the forum

    you have very good shots

    can you tell me the camera settings for this

    thank you

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    Pophoto,

    I really like the photos of the watches.

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    Pophoto,

    I really like the photos of the watches.
    Thank you, Howard!

    It could have been 10:10am/pm, but I woke up after putting my son to bed at night, so thought Hey! Time to try to lighting schemes with my iPad
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    colorized version:



    All done in Lightroom.
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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    Hurricane Sandy Aftermath Photos from Hoboken, NJ


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    IMG_20121030_0107 by Carlos Echenique, on Flickr

    You can see the whole set here.
    Carlos Echenique | Carlos Echenique Photography |Olympus OM-D E-M1 MK II | Olympus Pen-F - M.Zuiko 17mm f/1.8, M.Zuiko 25mm f/1.8, M.Zuiko 45mm f/1.8, Rokinon 12mm f/2 NCS

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    Beautiful day outside so decided to mess with some old legacy glass. Obligatory flower shots :P

    This one on an old cheapy; Hanimar 75-200 @ the long end, ~f/5.6, 1/500, ISO 200, Tripod


    And this one taken on my all-time favourite legacy lens, Helios 44M-4 58mm, f/2.8, 1/80, ISO 200

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    Autumn-the-forest-is-on-fire-fun (HDR)



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    Just got mine the other day and added the 45 and 25 Panny. Took some pics of my daughters for the High School Homecoming. So much better than the EP3 and I think I am finally here to stay with the M4/3 format...
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    Audrey voyeurs:



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    Shot with the 4/3 Samyang 85mm 1.4
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    Last autumn color from the lakeshore willows. OMD+Contax G 45mm f/2 Planar.

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    Lots of wonderful shots - Mike, I particularly like the Audrey Voyeurs . . .where do you find them!

    This is of Tom the Hat - he kills the rats for us in the chicken run (amongst many other valuable services - I truly believe he can do/make/fix anything). One of the rats he caught the other day was more than 13" long . . . . not counting it's tail - with it's tail it was more than 2ft long.

    It was taken with the OMD and the 75-300 at 75mm, and processed in Aperture and silver efex proII



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    Very nice, Jono!

    (Any pictures of the 2 foot rat?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    Very nice, Jono!

    (Any pictures of the 2 foot rat?)
    Thanks Vivek - sorry, no rat snaps (next time maybe!)

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    I really like the OMD. Kind of the best travel camera I had so far.







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    Quote Originally Posted by ustein View Post
    I really like the OMD. Kind of the best travel camera I had so far.
    My feelings exactly
    Which are your favorite lenses?

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    I use mainly the 43 zoom 14-54mm.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ustein View Post
    I use mainly the 43 zoom 14-54mm.
    Isn't the focusing terribly slow (I have one of these, sitting on the shelf on my lovely old E1 - the only camera I've never sold).

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    >Isn't the focusing terribly slow

    Yes, quite slow but it is fine for our work. I still hope that Olympus makes this a native m43 zoom. The Pana 12-35mm is too expensive and also too limited in range. This is about ideal. But the E-M5 is very nice I say.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ustein View Post
    >Isn't the focusing terribly slow

    Yes, quite slow but it is fine for our work. I still hope that Olympus makes this a native m43 zoom. The Pana 12-35mm is too expensive and also too limited in range. This is about ideal. But the E-M5 is very nice I say.
    I've got the 12 -35, and truth be told I'm more interested in the wider 24 than the longer 108 . . . . . but I can't love the lens I must say, it seems to me to be neither one thing nor the other. . . . . I've just taken a series of shots with the Leica 75 'cron - now THAT makes the sensor shine.

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    >I've got the 12 -35, and truth be told I'm more interested in the wider 24 than the longer 108

    I understand, I am just the opposite. Rarely use 24mm and even 28mm.

    > I've just taken a series of shots with the Leica 75

    I plan to use the Zeiss 85mm f/4. It is great on all the other mirror less cameras but the IBIS of the E-M5 makes it even more usable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    but I can't love the lens I must say, it seems to me to be neither one thing nor the other
    So what are your issues with the 12-35?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimGoshorn View Post
    So what are your issues with the 12-35?

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    Well, I think thati I expected some sparkle (which the 14-54 certainly has). But I don't see any. The humble 45 f1.8 has sparkle. Even the Panasonic 20 pancake. I was hoping it would stir my creative juices like the lovely old 4/3 12-60. But it doesn't. There is nothing obviously wrong with it, but I find myself using the obviously flawed ( but much more ambitious ) 12-50 kit lens more often.

    So. Would you like to buy it from me!

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    >Well, I think that I expected some sparkle

    At this price this is not asked too much I think.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ustein View Post
    >Well, I think that I expected some sparkle

    At this price this is not asked too much I think.
    Indeed. Although perhaps this is just my personal issue. I spend lots of time using leica lenses on a full frame sensor. I'm more than happy with the small compromise that using the Zuiko zooms entails. There isn't so much compromise with the primes anyway. But this is an expensive lens, and I'd like to love it (but I don't)!

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    >But this is an expensive lens

    Indeed and especially if the range is not a great fit for me. Same actually with the Canon/Nikon 24-70mm zooms. The 35-100mm maybe a different sort but at its price I may give the Zeiss 85mm f/4 a shot.
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    Glad to hear some opinions. I've been possibly saving for this but I do find I like the 12-50--which I had planned to sell. For a very small kit I carry 25/1.4 or 20 with it.

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    Hi Jim
    Well, I think thati I expected some sparkle (which the 14-54 certainly has). But I don't see any. The humble 45 f1.8 has sparkle. Even the Panasonic 20 pancake. I was hoping it would stir my creative juices like the lovely old 4/3 12-60. But it doesn't. There is nothing obviously wrong with it, but I find myself using the obviously flawed ( but much more ambitious ) 12-50 kit lens more often.

    So. Would you like to buy it from me!
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    >I do find I like the 12-50--which I had planned to sell.

    I like to be able to use f/4 - f/5.6 where the 12-50mm can't be at its best. I just don't trust f/4-f/5.6 zooms.



    I actually like the OMD so much that I question my X-Pro1 purchase (but still hope for LR to eventually improve)
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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Isn't the focusing terribly slow (I have one of these, sitting on the shelf on my lovely old E1 - the only camera I've never sold).
    The 14-54 that came with the E-1 would focus slowly on the OM-D, if at all. I asume Uwe has the "II" model which was modified to AF on m4/3 cameras.

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    > I asume Uwe has the "II" model which was modified to AF on m4/3 cameras.

    Right. Is slow but ok with me (unless I get a native m43 version).
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    Loving the OM-D

    A substantial tree. We keep the big ones!
    No cropping, a lazy jpg out of the camera.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ustein View Post
    I actually like the OMD so much that I question my X-Pro1 purchase (but still hope for LR to eventually improve)
    I agree, in fact my XPro1 with all three lenses is going off for sale today as I much prefer to use the OMD in every possible way; not least because it has a good availability of RAW processors including my favourite C1Pro now on version 7.
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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    Today is "King's Feast" in my country, so I might as well share a picture with a few national symbols in it



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    Views of Bruges: stayed there for 3 days, unfortunately the weather wasn't too great, but it is a lovely town.









    all shot with that zoom without sparkle
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    More views of Bruges









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    Nice pictures from the town where I was born. Thanks for posting these !
    Did you have time for a beer in "'t Brugs Beertje" ? (probably the best café in the world ??)

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    Views of Bruges: stayed there for 3 days, unfortunately the weather wasn't too great, but it is a lovely town.

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    May need to visit at some point in time, very lovely.
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    Nice pics, but I love the one of the dog.
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    +1 on the dog.
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    @Knorp We visited Bruges a few years ago when you could take the ferry from Rosyth, it was great.
    Your photos brought back memories and I recognise most of the places including the green windows with the dog! I had the Sony A900 with me on that visit, and I recall was in negotiation for one of Jono's M8 cameras at the time. Funny how photos can bring back such distinct memories, yet I can't remember where I put my keys...

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    @Dave Sorry to hear you are leaving the X-Pro 1 camp, but it is very much a personal choice for each of us. I am enjoying the OIS on the 18-55 on the Fuji now, having been spoilt by the OMD IBIS too much!

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    >I am currently trying the Fuji 18-55 zoom on the XP-1

    Would like to hear more from you comparing the X-P1 and E-M5. My main issue is the raw processing with the X-P1. Right now I would prefer the E-M5. Want to love the X-Pro1 and the zoom may get me closer.
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    @ustein

    Ditto on the RAW support for X-Pro here.

    I am interested in Infrared photography and so far I get better results with the Fuji than the OMD in IR.

    Will keep you updated on my feelings about the Fuji 18-55, but I will say mechanically it is all I could wish for, and from the few photos I have taken with it that it does seem to perform very well indeed.

    Will take any further discussions to the Fuji forum.

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    Knorp - your Bruges shots are great - it's a charming town.

    Here's another who, even on just a one day visit, recognises a number of the sights you selected.

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    It is a charming town. I found a picture in my files (2008) of the window the dog was in but alas no dog in my shot.

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    Knorp's shots of Bruges showed familiar places, and got me looking back through old files, gee 7 years ago..........time flies.

    Anyway it's maybe a reminder of how today's software is capable of a refreshing old shots (for better or worse). Since there was no OMD in those days, it was taken with a Panasonic LC1. (Breaking the rules again).

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    Thanks guys and I'm very happy and pleased my series did bring back good memories to some and some enjoyment to others.

    Now, this one is by far my favourite. It shows my dad (yes, the one to the left ) and this odd looking guy.
    We met him in Bruges in a shopping arcade.
    Honestly, you could say he kidnapped us and dragged us into his little shop.
    There he started telling us fantastic stories and I was actually quite impressed by his detailed knowledge of all kinds of subjects.
    Anyway, after a while the main reason for this kidnap popped up: he was trying to sell us stuff ! Really, a great character !
    But no big deal: we had a good laugh, bought a calendar with my picture on it and promised to send him a saucy picture postcard from Amsterdam.

    You too can send him a card or pay him a visit: he'll be very pleased !
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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    Very interesting topic and congratulations to everyone for the pictures!
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