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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    More wallabies (Can you have too many?) OMD and Lumix 100-300mm



    They've lived on the Queensland Coast since forever. Us, not so long.
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    A few with the 20mm f/1.7:







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    20mm f/1.7:



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    Home (with good friends).

    OMD with 12-50.

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    20mm f/1.7:



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    Much too quiet in here, so let's keep things moving...

    Another with the 20mm f/1.7:



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    DG Summilux 25


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    Just took my OM-D to southern California for a week. Here's the first installment.

    Portraits by the pier:

    Portraits by the pier by peter.a.klein (Boulanger-Croissant), on Flickr

    Jazzmobile:

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    Tell me who you love:

    Tell me who you love by peter.a.klein (Boulanger-Croissant), on Flickr

    Beach composition:

    Beach composition by peter.a.klein (Boulanger-Croissant), on Flickr

    Attack of the 50-foot woman with the seven-year itch:

    Attack of the 50 foot woman with the seven year itch by peter.a.klein (Boulanger-Croissant), on Flickr
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    Peek-A-Boo....


    I See You...


    Shot at 300mm
    OMD + 75-300mm
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    25/1.4 Summilux again.


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    Nikkor 105/2.5


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    OMD with lensbaby composer, double glass optic and macro converter.





    Not the sharpest, but sort of pleasing.
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    The second one is just stunning.

    What is it like working with the Lensbaby?

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    Maggie - these were taken in a store this afternoon in less than 10 seconds each. It's very simple. The viewfinder helps enormously. Focusing was by changing the focal distance by moving the camera backwards and forwards, rather than by turning the focus on the lens. The lensbaby and converter is a poor persons macro but the softness is quite restful.

    When used on my D3s my wife made cards from this type of image which sold by the thousand. The big Nikon is gone now, as is the card revenue.

    This tiny camera gets better every day.

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    I may have to get one, based on your experience. And hey, card revenue sounds good, too!

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    The articulated screen and 17/1.8 make this shot possible, up by the ceiling:


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    Ouch:



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    Room number 8 by Marlof Bregonje, on Flickr
    inside Arresthuis Roermond, former prison, turned into hotel and restaurant

    I'll leave it here, but this was actually an EP3 / 20 1.7 shot.... I'm getting old.
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    Two from last night's northern lights display in Iceland - pretty much jpeg from camera will work RAWs when home.




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    Those are gorgeous, Terry!

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    My big ol' boy:


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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    Great shots but I'm looking for advice. I want to pick up a 4/3rds system as a pocket walk around camera for street shooting and possible landscapes/cityscapes when I'm not carrying my D800E or Canon systems.

    I loved the OMD but now with the GH3 on the scene, what do you think in comparison? It seems like the GH3 has slightly better specs but a bit larger too.

    Any opinions?

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    For me, m43 is about size. I have the GH2 but never warmed to it because of its larger size compared to my PENs. I replaced it with an OMD which is as large as I'd like a camera to get. The GH3 is larger than the GH2, and therefor is not on my radar. I do know several people very happy with their GH3, and finding the OMD too small/fiddly, so I guess it's all about your own preferences.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShooterSteve View Post
    Great shots but I'm looking for advice. I want to pick up a 4/3rds system as a pocket walk around camera for street shooting and possible landscapes/cityscapes when I'm not carrying my D800E or Canon systems.

    I loved the OMD but now with the GH3 on the scene, what do you think in comparison? It seems like the GH3 has slightly better specs but a bit larger too.

    Any opinions?

    It's easy really! If you want to use it mainly for video work get the GH3. There is nothing better.

    If your priority is still photography, then go for the OM-D which most pundits still believe to have the edge over the Panasonic GH3. For occasional video work the OM-D is no slouch either!

    Just my two ha'pence worth!
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    Thanks for the feedback. I'm only interested in stills for this camera. And I do prefer the OMD because of it's size for sure.

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    Joshua Tree National Park

    One of my favorite places. Weird, wonderful and otherworldly.

    Primal landscape

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    Face

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    Bent

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    Monk contemplates moon

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    Joshua Tree National Park (Part II)

    Twisted

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    At sunset

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    Last light

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie O View Post
    DG Summilux 25/1.4


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    Hi there Maggie,

    - this would be my worst nightmare become true.
    I really do love cats (I think), but unfortunately I'm highly allergic to them
    I'm sure your cats are living a grand life

    Kind regards.
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    Hi Bart,

    I used to be allergic to cats, but I seem to have built up a tolerance, so everyone is happy in the house now!

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    The Creation of Adam.....20 f/1.7:



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    Mike, As always, excellent snap and caption

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    Quote Originally Posted by gandolfi View Post
    Mike, As always, excellent snap and caption
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    Wonderful, Mike. I believe there's something like this in the Sistine Chapel. Were you there last week?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Klein View Post
    Wonderful, Mike. I believe there's something like this in the Sistine Chapel. Were you there last week?
    Apparently I'm not old enough.....which is a first

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    The truth about antiques markets ???



    E-M5 with Kilfitt Makro-Kilar 40/2.8

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    OMD E-M5 and Leica 50 Lux ASPH.

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    A hawfinch in the garden ... a rather rare sight !



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    All Smiles....20 f/1.7



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    Paint with Light, The Livetime feature

    Last weekend i had the wonderful chance to join a workshop with Olympus on Zingst. It was a very special event. One of the kind you will never forget.
    Beside the fact, that the weather condition was very very special, cold cold cold, lots of snow, icy streets, i saw a beautiful landscape, met fantastic people and joined
    an exciting workshop with Klaus Bossemeyer. Painting with light. Livetime / LiveBulb, Man, thats a cool feature. See one example




    Olympus E-M5 + M.Zuiko 60 mm Macro,noNR
    ISO400 @ f4, 30 seconds, 60 mm faocal length, Livetime activated
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    OMD with the 45 1.8
    Editied to have the feel of a time gone by:

    20130326-P3260211-Edit by jmmtampa, on Flickr

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    I went to a wonderful chamber music concert this Sunday. Took the OM-D long. First three with Leica 90/2 Summicron-M, last with the Oly 45/1.8.


    Laurie by peter.a.klein (Boulanger-Croissant), on Flickr


    Seth by peter.a.klein (Boulanger-Croissant), on Flickr


    Jane by peter.a.klein (Boulanger-Croissant), on Flickr


    Poulenc by peter.a.klein (Boulanger-Croissant), on Flickr

    Enjoy!
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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    The little hawfinch is still visiting us in the garden
    Here, he's (or she's ??) preparing to fly away after breakfast



    E-M5 with Nikkor IF-ED 300/2.8

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    I got given a bunch of Pentax lenses recently one of which is a Sigma 600mm mirror lens and decided to couple it with a 2x converter and take my first moon shot (of course). Effective focal length = 2400mm @f16. The OOC image was very soft so I boosted clarity/contrast in LR4 - results are ok. At that focal length, one thing I learned is that the moon moves a lot faster than you think!


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