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    (e-620) Rose of the dark

    Took this today. e-620, 50-200 mm lens.



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    Re: (e-620) Rose of the dark

    Quote Originally Posted by raist3d View Post
    Took this today. e-620, 50-200 mm lens.

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    Interesting background Raist.... Had to do a double take...

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    Re: (e-620) Rose of the dark

    Haha thanks. This is one of those " finding a.photo in a very ordinary place ".

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    Re: (e-620) Rose of the dark

    Lovely Ricardo
    the best shots are often in ordinary places!

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    Re: (e-620) Rose of the dark

    Ricardo,

    I just wonder since you have the K5, you are still shooting Olympus ????

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    Re: (e-620) Rose of the dark

    @ptomsu- what in particular is surprising or you would like to know? I normally rotate the cameras I own though I am shooting more k-5 lately. I don't have a 50-200 type lens for my k-5 yet so I used this one as I wanted to walk out with a long telephoto that day. Also I am giving my 620/420 a good spin to see how it feels going back after shooting with the k-5 for a bit, what did I really miss, etc.

    In particular comparing at a more intuitive level highlight clip, shadow range, tonality and color.

    Please let me know if you have any further questions.

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