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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Perhaps Bart - but lovely and perfectly made photos all the same.

    which lens were you using?
    Those burglars left me a couple of lenses: this is the apo-telyt 135/3.4

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    Double image trick: set your window wide enough !

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    Double image trick: set your window wide enough !

    Thanks Bart. That's a really neat trick I have to keep in mind!
    With best regards, K-H.

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    Some views of the West Bank

    Bayt Iksa and the tomb of the prophet Samuel (on the hilltop), just west of Jerusalem:



    Sorry if it causes a slow download. It's a 64 MPixel shot from the M5.2

    And these mansions are in Beit Hanina, on the western edge of Ramallah:



    Both with OM-D E-M5.2, 40-150/2.8 at f/5.6

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    I got up this morning to find a young lady had spent the night in my garden. Taken through the dining room window with the Pana 100-300mm:



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    Summer evening





    Wohl rose garden, Jerusalem, 7 pm, OM-D M1 45/1.8

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    Detail from a painting on the Children's Garden tool shed. E-M5II+12-40

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    last night's sunset ...
    pano stitched in LR6



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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    Those burglars left me a couple of lenses
    Awww man. That's too bad!

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    An un-remarkable shot of some skunk cabbage growing at the edge of a swamp. Shot using HR mode with the E-M5II and 75mm f/1.8. There is also a 100% crop from the 64 MP original revealing some interesting details.



    Crop of dead tree in above image. Insect or amphibian eggs?

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    Sunday morning sunrise ...


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    Quote Originally Posted by f6cvalkyrie View Post
    Sunday morning sunrise ...
    Lens: OLYMPUS M.12-40mm F2.8 Shot at 29 mm
    Exposure: Manual exposure, Aperture priority AE, 1/2,000 sec, f/4, ISO 2000, Compensation: -1
    You could have used a much lower ISO value here, Raf !

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    HI There
    so much good stuff here (Scott, your downloads are excruciating on our 2mb internet - it might be good to put a link to the huge files?)

    I wen't out on a dull morning with the 60 macro (what a fine lens it is for the money). Here are some results:


    the first flag iris


    Purple Haze


    Mohican


    On a Bender

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    Jono, your iris is very nice ! It is my favorite of the lot.
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    This is with the 12-40 and the E-M5ii

    Red Campion Silene dioica and Blue Sky
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    Strange behavior of this site in Chrome (on Mac10.10.3);

    After I put in a like for Jono's post, the picture swelled with pride. I now see it (oops, briefly saw it) at full 2400 pixel width on my 1900 pixel wide screen. It's a lovely shot, but I wish I could do it for other pics as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scott kirkpatrick View Post
    Strange behavior of this site in Chrome (on Mac10.10.3);

    After I put in a like for Jono's post, the picture swelled with pride. I now see it (oops, briefly saw it) at full 2400 pixel width on my 1900 pixel wide screen. It's a lovely shot, but I wish I could do it for other pics as well.

    scott
    I saw the same behavior in Safari. The image was apparently uploaded as a 2400 pixel wide so the site software automatically downsizes it to 1200. Control click to open image in new window to see the original full size again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    This is with the 12-40 and the E-M5ii

    Bladder Campion and Blue Sky
    This is by far my favourite, what an amazing sight.
    I like the yellow rapeseed fields, but I've never seen a field like this before, lovely !

    Because of its deep pink colour, is it really Bladder Campion (Silene Vulgaris) ?

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    Crop of dead tree in above image. Insect or amphibian eggs?

    Well - what is it, Carl ?
    I'd day insect eggs ...

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    Well - what is it, Carl ?
    I'd day insect eggs ...

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    Yes, insect eggs.
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    Risky Business:



    E-M5 and Panasonic 100-300.

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

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    Because of its deep pink colour, is it really Bladder Campion (Silene Vulgaris) ?

    Kind regards.
    Hi Bart
    always my policeman (thank you) I was being too quick (and I've changed the label so that's correct)

    It is actually Silene dioica - the Red Campion - which I guess you knew.

    to be so inaccurate and lazy
    for putting me back on the straight and narrow

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Hi Bart
    always my policeman (thank you) I was being too quick (and I've changed the label so that's correct)

    It is actually Silene dioica - the Red Campion - which I guess you knew.

    to be so inaccurate and lazy
    for putting me back on the straight and narrow

    all the best
    Actually, I never heard of Red Campion: so there you go and so far for being your policeman ...
    Pfff - you're the 'green guy' after all ...

    All the very best.
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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    a nuclear explosion in the sky above our village ???



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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    Please avoid pictures which are larger than 1200 pixels in the largest dimension : we won't see those larger pictures at the resolution you hope, because the GetDpi software will reduce them to 1200pixels anyway. However, this down sampling isn't occurring on the GetDpi server but on each user's machine.

    What does that means ? If you are in a somewhat slower connexion, or on a not so powerful tablet, those pictures takes hours to download and then you need to wait until every picture is converted. When the number of pictures in a page is high, like in the "fun with" threads, it becomes even more painful. And that is useless, because we don't see these pictures at the resolution you want.

    I'll be in the move and in a slow connexion with an iPad for the next three months.. So I thank you all in advance.

    You can always add a link to the bigger picture before/after the std 1200 picture.
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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    Bart, just for info, your trick doesn't work when using the iPad Air and Safari;
    I see the two halves one under the other. Things work when Barry post two halves in order to get a portrait format. Are you trying to achieve something in landscape format ?
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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    From my window using the E-M5 and 40-150mm F2.8 plus the 1.4 converter. Equivalent focal length 410mm.

    This is a geai des chênes (aka "oaks jay")




    I give up : there is noway to include a picture using the iPad : I have uploaded the pictures here in GetDpi albums, but I can't copy the picture URL link : the box containing the link doesn't show the complete link, there is no option to select the whole text and noway to drag the selection past the box to include the text that isn't shown up. I have to go now and will try to upload the picture elsewhere later.

    In the mean time you can look here : http://www.getdpi.com/forum/members/...jay-my-window/

    And here :

    http://www.getdpi.com/forum/members/...indows/7802-a/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Annna T View Post
    From my window using the E-M5 and 40-150mm F2.8 plus the 1.4 converter. Equivalent focal length 410mm.

    This is a geai des chênes (aka "oaks jay")




    I give up : there is noway to include a picture using the iPad : I have uploaded the pictures here in GetDpi albums, but I can't copy the picture URL link : the box containing the link doesn't show the complete link, there is option to select the whole text and noway to drag the election past the box to include the text that isn't shown. I have to go now and will try to upload the picture elsewhere later.

    In the mean time you can look here : http://www.getdpi.com/forum/members/...jay-my-window/

    And here :

    http://www.getdpi.com/forum/members/...indows/7802-a/
    Control click on the image and select copy image address from the drop down menu. Paste the address from clipboard into the insert image box.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    Control click on the image and select copy image address from the drop down menu. Paste the address from clipboard into the insert image box.
    Thanks Carl. The problem lies with the iPad not with the desktop : something has changed; formerly with a long pressure on the picture i was getting a dropdown menu with four options, including that of copying the link of the picture to the keyboard. Now there are only two options left : copy and save the picture, but you solved my problem for the moment, people can view it in the thread. So thanks.
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    E-M5, 100-300mm, Pine Warbler:

    Pine Warbler 1 by chrism229, on Flickr

    Pine Warbler 2 by chrism229, on Flickr

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    Quote Originally Posted by f6cvalkyrie View Post
    a nuclear explosion in the sky above our village ???



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    Nah, no mushroom cloud!
    Very nice image. Love the colors, yellow, red, green, blue.
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    Bart, just for info, your trick doesn't work when using the iPad Air and Safari;
    I see the two halves one under the other. Things work when Barry post two halves in order to get a portrait format. Are you trying to achieve something in landscape format ?
    Hi there Annna,

    frankly, I didn't realise this before, but indeed checking my iPad Air, capable of 2048x1536 I think, my landscape trick doesn't work unfortunately.
    A little odd, as my combined image is only 1800 pixels wide.

    I tried to respond to your message from my iPad yesterday, but no way I could enter text ! The virtual keyboard just froze up and I had to stop Safari.
    Very strange because in another thread I found no problem entering and posting a reply.

    Thank you for your feedback and kind regards.
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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    Hi there Annna,

    frankly, I didn't realise this before, but indeed checking my iPad Air, capable of 2048x1536 I think, my landscape trick doesn't work unfortunately.
    A little odd, as my combined image is only 1800 pixels wide.

    I tried to respond to your message from my iPad yesterday, but no way I could enter text ! The virtual keyboard just froze up and I had to stop Safari.
    Very strange because in another thread I found no problem entering and posting a reply.

    Thank you for your feedback and kind regards.

    It may be due to the fact that the Barry's trick is to combine two horizontal pictures rather than two vertical ones ?

    I'm also getting a lot of freezes on this particular thread. Probably because of some way too big pictures that have been entered here ?

    The new updated forum app doesn't seem particularly friendly with iPads

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    Quote Originally Posted by Annna T View Post
    It may be due to the fact that the Barry's trick is to combine two horizontal pictures rather than two vertical ones ?

    I'm also getting a lot of freezes on this particular thread. Probably because of some way too big pictures that have been entered here ?

    The new updated forum app doesn't seem particularly friendly with iPads
    I think Barry's trick is with portrait oriented images that he cuts in half that seem to work fine on the iPad.

    Agreed, this particular thread may well be compromised by the very large images.
    On my iPad this thread takes ages to load and it's only on my iMac it works alright.

    Up till the database crash this site behaved fine, but since the upgrade(s) ...

    Kind regards.
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    From my favourite park today ...





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    Lovely images, Bart.

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    Thank you, Roy !
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    You know what ? I'm becoming a 'softie' ...



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    A windsurfer shot with the E-M5II+40-150 Pro. Raw was processed in both C1 and LR and both show same weird OOF artifacts in the background. Look at buildings along the shoreline behind the surfer in full size image. Is this IBIS at work?

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    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    A windsurfer shot with the E-M5II+40-150 Pro. Raw was processed in both C1 and LR and both show same weird OOF artifacts in the background. Look at buildings along the shoreline behind the surfer in full size image. Is this IBIS at work?
    Hi Carl,

    I think what we're seeing here is due to the air above the lake.
    It's the heat or moisture or a combination of the two creating these artifacts or disturbances.
    Look at the surfer and notice everything is just tidy and sharp.
    Nothing wrong with your IBIS, I'd say.

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    Hi Carl,

    I think what we're seeing here is due to the air above the lake.
    It's the heat or moisture or a combination of the two creating these artifacts or disturbances.
    Look at the surfer and notice everything is just tidy and sharp.
    Nothing wrong with your IBIS, I'd say.

    Kind regards.
    I agree. You can check with the first frame (the .ORI shot) to eliminate the HR as a source. Also the image is crisp above as well as below the waterline.

    Now we have to wait for the first $1000 camera to offer adaptive optics that cancels atmospheric turbulence. I am sure it won't take long...

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    Re: Two selfies





    OM-D E-M1 with the PanaLeica 25/1.4 @1.4:

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    Dinner in Tel Aviv, Friday night, just family...











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    Most of the shots are by Luli (see previous post)
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    Quote Originally Posted by scott kirkpatrick View Post
    I agree. You can check with the first frame (the .ORI shot) to eliminate the HR as a source. Also the image is crisp above as well as below the waterline.

    Now we have to wait for the first $1000 camera to offer adaptive optics that cancels atmospheric turbulence. I am sure it won't take long...

    scott
    I agree also, but I'm curious that this only happens when I'm using the 40-150 lens. This was a hand held shot in normal mode, so no ORI to check.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    I agree also, but I'm curious that this only happens when I'm using the 40-150 lens. This was a hand held shot in normal mode, so no ORI to check.
    Oops, forgot to look the picture again. A windsurfer is not a good candidate for the new HD mode.

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    I don't fully understand the practices of farming. This is a photo weighing part of a bull using Archimedes principle of displacement. Don't ask why as I cannot answer the question.



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