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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    Hi Everyone
    A morning walk in drab weather with the E-M1 and the 75 Zuiko f1.8 reminded me of what a wonderful system this is.


    What does 'come and sit' mean?


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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    . . and another one with the 75 f1.8


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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    Wonderful.....

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    A lot of truly grand photos, thank you all for posting. It's inspiring.

    I really must find time to pick up the cameras more. I've been too busy lately. :-\

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    The whole getdpi is one great experience to browse in. So many fantastic images in a friendly forum environment
    It is truly inspiring to see how others see.
    I bumped into this thread by Googling something. Liked it a lot and not long time ago I started posting.

    I think the whole 43 forum has proven the format is great, so are the MFT cameras.

    And then there's all the other forums on this site...
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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    I've been on a small Holiday in Subotica, Serbia.
    An indeed nice place with plenty of photographic challenges.
    All these images may be found on my Flickr site where exif data are available.

    I have still some images from there I have to PP. Some will be posted later.























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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    Just one more

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    I bit more from Subotica, Palic resort.















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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    Lumix Vario 35-100
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    E-M1 under water

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    Saw these three fishermen sitting in their own silent world while sunset fell over the lake. Decided to make it a low key image instead of letting the sky blow away. It did however a bit, but I think it works.

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    Zakynthos-Greece:
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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    some hundred meters lower...

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    I am still chewing my shots from London July this year.

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    A couple of abstracts

    Both Pan Leica Nocticron 42,5 mm



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    Street shot in London.

    Pan Leica 25 mm
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    In Brussels.
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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1


    LEICA DG SUMMILUX 25/F1.4
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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    more creatures under water with the EM1.
    P8170300-53 by paratom511, on Flickr

    P8200528-107 by paratom511, on Flickr

    P8210762-124 by paratom511, on Flickr
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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post
    I'd just do it. It's just a bag, ....."

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    Call me impetuous if you like, but after only three months of tortured agony
    over the decision making process, I got a 30i yesterday .
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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    Hi all ...

    I had the opportunity to to shoot out for a day and a half in Denmark. The following row of images are all shot with:

    Olympus 12mm F2.0
    Pan Leica 25mm F1.4
    Pan Leica 42,5mm F1.2 Nocticron

    Hope you will enjoy the ride
































    To be continued.......
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    To be continued ....
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    To be continued...
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    Tobe continued...
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    Enough for today ...
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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    like some of them
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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    Gerner, I like many of them! you certainly like the 25mm lens

    Cheers

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    The start of the Sussex Trophy at the Goodwood Revival last weekend;
    an hour long race that starts as dusk approaches and goes into darkness!

    A jpeg, shot from the far end of the pit straight with the 'Master of None' 14-150, handheld at 150 mm and heavily cropped.

    I feel that the upcoming f2.8 40-150 with TC would have been ideal for this situation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Mosley View Post
    Gerner, I like many of them! you certainly like the 25mm lens

    Cheers

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    Thank you Brian.

    Yes I like that lens endlessly. The focal length, the way the lens renders.. well everything.
    Quite many of the 43 lenses are awesome good.

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    A bit more fun ....
















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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1





    That's it for now... Time to shoot Sony A7S tonight
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    Enough for today ...
    Very nice photos...

    I took a few yesterday afternoon. EM-1 with 12-40 f2.8. Trying to learn to used ND filter and longer exposure times...







    Some normal exposures as well.






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    I apologize, my images appear too large. I will try to correct them.

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    Cool stuff... nice shots.

    Why do you think your images are too large?

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    An odd combination so I am posting it twice

    Composite with a photo I took in Florence with an Olympus EM-1 for the background and an A7r for the model.

    Jim

    Comtemplation by jmmtampa, on Flickr
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    Like both

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    Quote Originally Posted by G43 View Post
    Cool stuff... nice shots.

    Why do you think your images are too large?
    They look fine now... Right after I posted them, they were huge, had to scroll the screen in all directions to see the totality of each photo... I'm relieved that it's resolved
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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    They are too large. The forum will only display images to 1200 pixels wide. If you link to a larger image, the forum software downloads the full image, but then re-sizes it to 1200 pixels wide once the load is complete. This uses up bandwidth, and slows the load time. When you link to a larger image, then every time someone views this page, it uses more bandwidth and takes longer to load, but the final result will still be an image that is 1200 pixels wide, or less. In my view, it is more polite to link to images that are 1200 pixels or less in width.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arjuna View Post
    They are too large. The forum will only display images to 1200 pixels wide. If you link to a larger image, the forum software downloads the full image, but then re-sizes it to 1200 pixels wide once the load is complete. This uses up bandwidth, and slows the load time. When you link to a larger image, then every time someone views this page, it uses more bandwidth and takes longer to load, but the final result will still be an image that is 1200 pixels wide, or less. In my view, it is more polite to link to images that are 1200 pixels or less in width.
    +1 to what Arjuna wrote.

    @G43 You are killing us with so many images in a single post. Also large white borders are superfluous and consume screen space on mobile devices.

    My 2 cents.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arjuna View Post
    They are too large. The forum will only display images to 1200 pixels wide. If you link to a larger image, the forum software downloads the full image, but then re-sizes it to 1200 pixels wide once the load is complete. This uses up bandwidth, and slows the load time. When you link to a larger image, then every time someone views this page, it uses more bandwidth and takes longer to load, but the final result will still be an image that is 1200 pixels wide, or less. In my view, it is more polite to link to images that are 1200 pixels or less in width.
    Exactly right. As a courtesy to others, I would also limit the number of photos in a single post to three or four at most. (I normally only post one or two in any one post, and add a link to an off-site gallery if there are more.)

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    Heard you ... may the Moderator take them out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arjuna View Post
    They are too large. The forum will only display images to 1200 pixels wide. If you link to a larger image, the forum software downloads the full image, but then re-sizes it to 1200 pixels wide once the load is complete. This uses up bandwidth, and slows the load time. When you link to a larger image, then every time someone views this page, it uses more bandwidth and takes longer to load, but the final result will still be an image that is 1200 pixels wide, or less. In my view, it is more polite to link to images that are 1200 pixels or less in width.
    Thanks for validating my concern. I had no idea they were so large. I'll see what I can do to reduce their size.... I stored them in IMGUR after exporting them as JPEGs from LR5 into a separate folder.... I'm not a totally new to this, but obviously I don't know about this issue. Any clues in how to setup the export parameters? I don't want to use bandwidth for no reason... I apologize again.

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    It's OK. I have been a member here for years, but I only learned about how the images are displayed a little while ago. Mind you, I don't reference externally hosted images when I do post. I think that the solution would be to post a reduced size version of the image on IMGUR, and link to that. Thanks for being observant and concerned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JMaher View Post
    An odd combination so I am posting it twice

    Composite with a photo I took in Florence with an Olympus EM-1 for the background and an A7r for the model.

    Jim
    Great job on the composite Jim.

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    Quote Originally Posted by G43 View Post
    Heard you ... may the Moderator take them out.
    I like G43's photographic style and I think it would be a loss if we saw no more of his images (they've all gone as I write this).

    But I also felt that there were too many images, which in my opinion diluted the impact of the very best ones (I won't get into the technical bit of what constitutes a sociable image size for those of us that have slow rural internet connections!).

    So G43, please don't go away, but please moderate/edit the number of lovely images you post here.
    Ian.

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    Re: One view of the "west bank"

    The most direct route from Jerusalem to Tel Aviv, not the main highway, used to run from a new suburb over the hill past the claimed tomb of the prophet Samuel ("Nabi Samwil"), and through several Palestinian villages.
    It was replaced by a modern restricted access dual lane divided highway that lets you cruise past terraced hills showing 2000 years of agricultural improvement, and glimpses of prosperous Palestinian neighborhoods. This town is Englished as Bayt Ghur. You can tell it is Palestinian from the black solar water boilers on the roof, and the minaret, as well as from building style.



    For a full resolution image, look here.
    Unfortunately, the access to the nice highway is now quite restricted:



    E-M1, with PanaLeica 25/1.4

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    hmm, what happened to the "fun with E-M1" thread. Does no one use their E-M1 anymore.

    Here is one I took at a weetbix event with the 12-40 pro

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    still using it, of course, it's a great camera.
    Here's a few recent shots ...

    Brussels "North"


    At the Camera Fair


    European robin (Erithacus rubecula)


    Siberian chipmunk or common chipmunk (Eutamias sibiricus)


    C U,
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    E-M1/GH2/G1 Full Spectrum & lots of lenses
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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    EM-1 with 50-200 capturing animals in captivity


    ISO 640 JPG out of camera


    ISO1000 RAW convert


    ISO 250 JPG out of camera C-AF tracking used
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