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    EP2 + Pana 20mm + Grainy B&W Art Filter

    Since I got the E30, the Grainy B&W has been my favorite filter.

    And I really like the combination of the EP2 and the 20mm. Great for indoors/nighttime and low-light in general.

    Taken at a Coliccho & Sons Restaurant (formerly Craft Steak) in the Meatpacking District of Manhattan.

    Thanks for looking,
    Steve

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    Re: EP2 + Pana 20mm + Grainy B&W Art Filter

    Steve, fancy meeting you here....
    I do raw all the time but sometimes I just use that filter because it comes out sooo great.... nice shot.....
    shooter

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    Re: EP2 + Pana 20mm + Grainy B&W Art Filter

    Nice! I would have liked to see a true "film look" in-camera option like this on the G1. Oh well.

    I never thought I'd enjoy using in-camera filters, but Panasonic's "Dynamic B&W" mode changed my mind. It does a pretty nice job, but unfortunately it still requires post-processing to suit my tastes.

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    Re: EP2 + Pana 20mm + Grainy B&W Art Filter

    Thanks Street and BCostin for the kind words.
    Yeah, I do get around the various m4/3 forums.
    And I also do almost all of my processing in RAW but I really like the filters (MUCH more than I thought I would) because (1) they provide instant feedback of what the shot looks like processed, so you can try something else - this was actually the third shot from this part of the restaurant and (2) I am just either not good enough or not patient enough to learn to do some of this stuff in PS. (Probably why I prefer Lightroom with all the great presets that you can find and use.
    Steve

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