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    My last Budapest set with the E-P1. This a beautiful park located in Pest:










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    Very nice series . Maybe you should not have sold the EP1.....

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    Yes, at the end it was growing more on me, but it was a better deal for me to get the GF1.

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    Re: Pest Park

    This whole series from Budapest has been terrific. You've captured some great images of what looks to be a fantastic place. Thanks for posting them!

    I do want to make one comment about the processing and hope you don't mind. I can't help but notice that in almost all of the shots there is a what I perceive as a compression of tones, maybe especially in the highlights, such that the overall feeling is that the light has been squashed. It could be that this is your style and intention. However, it has the side effect for me of taking the "air" out of the light.

    Impressive results with the camera though, and again thanks for giving me a glimpse of a part of the world I will likely never see in person.

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    Thanks for the compliment.
    I understand what you're saying about the look my photos have. To be honest I have used the DP1 for some time and it set the standard for the look I want...loads of dynamic range with that in your 3D look. What I've tried to do here is to mimic this look with the E-P1.

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