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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    Sunrise over Overijse.



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    Re: Not an everyday event...Surprise 80th birthday party

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    Forty of us, children (and spouses), grandchildren (some with spouses), great-grandchildren., secular, religious and in-between...

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    Old & new
    E-M1 with 12-40/2.8



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    crowded ...

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    Re: Atocha Station, Madrid

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    This station, created for high speed steam trains, now houses a tropical garden, and in it, restaurants and an "Exotic Faire:"

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    carrying concepts like green energy to new levels:

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    Re: Atocha Station, Madrid

    Esoteric doesn't mean exotic.

    Exotic is synonym of far away countries and different cultures. An exotic rise for instance can bring you to the Far East.

    Esoteric has something to do with what is paranormal, with the art of divination, with satanism, spiritism and all that, etc..

    I admit however that for a rational person, esoterism may be the colm of exoticism


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    This station, created for high speed steam trains, now houses a tropical garden, and in it, restaurants and an "Exotic Faire:"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Annna T View Post
    Esoteric doesn't mean exotic.

    Exotic is synonym of far away countries and different cultures. An exotic rise for instance can bring you to the Far East.

    Esoteric has something to do with what is paranormal, with the art of divination, with satanism, spiritism and all that, etc..
    You're right, of course, my translation was sloppy, but the range of esoteric beliefs supported in this little market was extraordinary, and some were quite exotic. I was unable to achieve any photos of auras, but several booths were active in that area as well.

    I didn't include them as pictures, but there were several booths offering extensive libraries of black magic and paths to satanic powers...

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    The Only thing that has changed to autumn is small solitary cherry tree in the garden.

    Had a play finding different angles and lighting on the leaves for a half hour,it was a interesting exercise.

    All taken with the Olympus E-M5mk2 and the 40-150mm kit lens.








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    Re: More night in Madrid

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    Isn't ISO 1600 with image stabilization wonderful?

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    Final flight of the British Nuclear Bomber of the Cold War era, as she flew over Southern England directly over Middle Wallop airfield. Avro Vulcan XX558 was on her very last public tour before retiring to become a static display. Her mighty bomb doors are seen wide open as she did her characteristic very steep banking 360 degree turn over the airfield. Although built as a nuclear deterrent,Vulcan's never dropped a bomb in anger until required to bomb the British Falkland Islands only runway during the brief occupation by Argentina. Sunday 11th October 2015, an elderly gentleman standing next to me had earlier mentioned that he was an ex-RAF Navigator who flew on this very aircraft in 1969. I did note that he wiped a few tears from his eyes as XX558 turned for Old Sarum airfield which was her next waypoint on this tour.
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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    John at lunch in Chinatown


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    Wrong area! How can I delete this?
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    Ian, there should have been option to delete your post !
    Select [Edit Post] and then you'll find [Save][Go Advanced][Delete][Cancel]
    Not sure though for how long this option is available after posting.

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    Re: Groups

    unposed, one shot, our living room:

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    with M5 Vii, ~14mm, and a little fill flash from the jelly-bean unit that came in the camera's box.

    Another group, not far away:

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    (this one belongs in a different forum, but they are all twittering over something that won't be a mystery in a few more days. No one there has time for pictures.)

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    Re: Selfie, sort of

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    Indoor portrait of my little man.

    E-M5 mk2 75mm f1.8. ISO1600/ 1/40sec/ f2.5.
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    mespilus ...

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    Funny, Bart, a few days ago, I also shot the mespilus in my garden ...



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    Lest We Forget

    it's getting close to Remembrance Sunday a composite of four of my images put together. One of them (the british tommy) is from the E-M5 so I guess it counts.

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    Autumn is hitting us hard, nowadays



    E-M1 with 12-40/2.8

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    Many thanks Rafael. Great composition, beautiful light, gorgeous colors, a stunning image! WOW!
    With best regards, K-H.
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    EM5, 45mm/f1.8:

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    From an architectural shoot


    Olympus E-M5 w/11–22 Zuiko at 11mm 1/40 f/7.1 ISO 200

    Shot just after a Mamiya 645 picture facing the other way in the kitchen/dine area, showing the second courtyard outside. No compositing done, just local adjustments in C1. While the 645 pictures are crisper and more detailed, this is an excellent result given the hand-held ease of its taking! Considering that the Aptus sensor is 7.68x larger in area (or the Olympus’ sensor is 13% the area of the Aptus’).
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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    Another from the same walk in the woods ...



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    Some pictures from Vlieland, a Wadden sea island.


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    Quote Originally Posted by marlof View Post
    Wow, fantastic!
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    Re: New kitten's first hour in our house

    Tai was abandoned, raised for a month by grad students in the lab, now needs a home...

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    Re: Favorite perch

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    Just got my E-M1 back from repair. -> One of the lugs that hold the camera strap to the camera had come loose. - Fortunately the camera was in a carrying case. And the rubber grip at the back had become unglued. - This seems to be a common fault with Olympus. The rubber grip on my E-300, E-3 and XZ-2 have all become unglued over the years. So, while the warranty was still valid, I decided that a repair was in order.

    This afternoon, the rainbow lorikeets were making one hell of a racket. I dug out the Bigma, fitted it to the E-M1 via an MMF-3 adaptor and went out to see what I could catch. The Bigma being a 50-500mm lens, I have found that the best way to set the camera up is to set the focus to a single point, the exposure to 1/1000s shutter speed priority and then let the camera do the rest through a combination of setting the aperture and/or varying the ISO.

    Today was unfortunately more than a bit overcast and rainy. I had very few keepers. This was the best of a bad lot:

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    1/1000s, f/6.3, ISO:1600, Focal Length: 500mm. Hand-held.
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    Re: Playing solitaire as a team

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    We have a coffee mug for cat-lovers that says "if you need me I will be on your keyboard."

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    It's getting colder here, and I have installed the bird feeders in the garden.
    This wood nuthatch (Sitta europaea) was one of the first visitors ... head down as usual ...

    E-M1 with Nikkor IF-ED 300/2.8



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    Re: Second KittyPOW

    A kitten goes from infancy to late adolescence in about 3-4 months, so I'll be sharing some documentary updates. I hope not too often...

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    Tai offends our older cat, who is actually terrified of her, but he has decided to stay with us.

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    Re: Last remaining blooms

    We haven't had a frost yet, so there is still a bit of color around

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    All with an EP-5 and the 60/2.8 Macro. They seem to be a good match.

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    Re: Third Kitty POW

    Tai shares my predeliction for a messy desk:

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    This one's with Leica M[240] elmarit-asph [email protected]/4 ISO 1600. And in the background EP-5/60 macro.

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    1.

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    EM-1 , M.Zuiko ED 7-14mm
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    7-14mm PRO with EM5 Mark II
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    Excellent
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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    Some lovely images there, Maggie.

    I now own a black OMD E-M5 Mk II; have for a fortnight or so. Having a silent shutter plus superb IBIS and a really lovely feel in the hand, and a super EVF, means that this is now my carry-everywhere body (usually with the 20/1.7 or 25/1.8 mounted), but I have a deep video question that a member here might be able to help with.

    How does one select the IPB 52Mbps setting that was much touted when this camera was released? I can see how to select the All-Intra 77Mbps setting (it's helpfully marked "A-I" in the video settings!), but having been through the many menus many times, I cannot see how to select IPB. And when I analyse all footage that I have recorded using the various settings, the A-I setting is not 77Mbps, but 51.45Mbps, which is very close to 52! And the SF (superfine) setting is significantly less, at around 30Mbps.

    Can anyone help me track down elusive IPB? Happy New Year to everyone, too!
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    I had a little time to spare in London yesterday and so I popped into the Alec Soth exhibition in the Science Museum; it's well worth a visit,
    some wonderfully caught moments and beautifully printed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post

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    Wonderful!
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    Thanks Ian & Wonderful Image In The Museum!

    Maggie..Awesome Set!
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    Em-1 , Olympus 8mm 1.8 Fish :-)
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    Is Jemma a new addition to your household, Maggie ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    Is Jemma a new addition to your household, Maggie ?
    Yep, I got her on November 9th of last year. She's all of four months old.

    Here she is on the day I brought her home:


    Jemma Simmons The Collie, November 09, 2015 by Maggie Osterberg, on Flickr

    That was shot with the Ricoh GR, BTW.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie O View Post
    Yep, I got her on November 9th of last year. She's all of four months old.

    Here she is on the day I brought her home:


    Jemma Simmons The Collie, November 09, 2015 by Maggie Osterberg, on Flickr

    That was shot with the Ricoh GR, BTW.
    Cute doggy
    Does she get along well with the cats ?

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    There's some blood spilled, but for the most part they co-exist pretty well together. I reckon that by the time she's grown up they'll be fast friends.
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    My friend Doug MacLeod released a blues album a little while back called 'A Little Sin', so when I saw this today, I had to take a photo for him:


    A Little Sin by chrism229, on Flickr

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