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    Lovely shots everyone.
    More later - in haste now. However, my OMD was put through it's paces over the weekend - a whole' day's rain and mud, with it and the P 12-35 slung over a wet shoulder - then nights in a steamy humid tent.


    Aaahhhh Jono....wellingtons.....aka wellies, topboots, billy-boots, gumboots, gumbies, gummies, barnboots, wellieboots, muckboots, sheepboots or poopkickers.

    Really quite fashion forward.....I expect to seem some iteration on next year's runway.

    Looks like the fun. How did the 12-35 handle in the humidity?

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    Green theme. Algae bloom on the park pond. OMD + Contax G 35mm f/2 Planar.

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    Carl, nicely green :-)

    Some sun tonight at last here:

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    Carl, nicely green :-)

    Some sun tonight at last here:

    Thanks David, nice macro. I would be happy to trade some of our baking, hot sun for a little cool rain right now.
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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    Caught between some serious rain showers ...
    OM-D with Micro-Nikkor 105/2.8 (handheld)



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    I think we all have days like this.

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    I think we all have days like this.
    I know I have, but I don't have the flexibility to suck my toe! Nice capture.

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    My Significant Other and I on vacation in Milan. OM-D with Kit lens taken by a friend of mine. The OM-D worked great for the entire vacation and I can truthfully say I didn't miss my Canon 5D2 at all. While there are a number of pictures of us they all seem to have a glass of wine in the foreground.



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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

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    My Significant Other and I on vacation in Milan. OM-D with Kit lens taken by a friend of mine. The OM-D worked great for the entire vacation and I can truthfully say I didn't miss my Canon 5D2 at all. While there are a number of pictures of us they all seem to have a glass of wine in the foreground.


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    Hi Jim - funny that - most of my pictures seem to have a glass of wine in the foreground too . . . rather often empty!

    Like this one taken last night using the Leica 75 'cron


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    A few atmospherics with the OM-D and 12-50 while driving up to Maine.

    Driving into the Sunset


    The Parking Lot at Hannaford's


    Fun camera!

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    With the 45/1.8.


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    A Quick Wine Run to Los Olivos:

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    Bridalwood Winery

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    Coquelicot Estate Tasting Room

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    Thanks for viewing,

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    Nice punch colours Gary.

    Rain today has been torrential (about 2" fell in the last 24 hours). I took shelter in a glasshouse and saw this:



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    Great shot! (and great processing)

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    A lighthouse somewhere on Marken ...





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    Close-ups with Panasonic 100-300 and Leica Apo-Macro-Elmarit-R 100/2.8







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    Wow ! I'm really impressed by that picture, so impressed that I visited your website. The pictures I saw are the best street pictures I've seen in a long time on the internet. Congratulation.

    Quote Originally Posted by KurtKamka View Post
    With the 45/1.8.


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    Smashing Bart
    What's the 100mm f4 that the lingerie and lighthouse shot reports? . . . . . my, those are BIG pants!

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    A lighthouse somewhere on Marken ...

    Priceless

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    Quote Originally Posted by Annna T View Post
    Wow ! I'm really impressed by that picture, so impressed that I visited your website. The pictures I saw are the best street pictures I've seen in a long time on the internet. Congratulation.
    +1 Absolutely, wonderful picture - makes me smile and feel happy !
    That's a big leap from the mighty S2 to the humble E-M5, Kurt

    All the best.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Smashing Bart
    What's the 100mm f4 that the lingerie and lighthouse shot reports? . . . . . my, those are BIG pants!
    It's the Panny 100-300, somehow my C1 doesn't show the lens description in EXIF.
    As for the BIG thingies: this is Marken ...

    But no, actually it is part of some kind of artists performance.
    No one has a clue what it's all about, but it makes for a funny snap.


    All the best.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    Close-ups with Panasonic 100-300 and Leica Apo-Macro-Elmarit-R 100/2.8







    Excellent!!

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    Wow ! I'm really impressed by that picture, so impressed that I visited your website. The pictures I saw are the best street pictures I've seen in a long time on the internet. Congratulation.
    +1

    A fantastic collection of photos, Kurt. I also read some of your comments in between the photos and like and share your attitude towards street photography.

    Your b&w conversions have a very nice combination of punch and smoothness. Is that a result of some special software or is it just skill?
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    Beautiful profile and cool hat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    It's the Panny 100-300, somehow my C1 doesn't show the lens description in EXIF.
    As for the BIG thingies: this is Marken ...

    But no, actually it is part of some kind of artists performance.
    No one has a clue what it's all about, but it makes for a funny snap.


    All the best.
    LOL - I think they are doing the same kind of art installation in Sandend, Scotland. [Sorry X-Pro1 shot]

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    Converted to B&W - 12-50. The "streets" of Venice.

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    Still no kind of a summer around here (although it's supposed to get better next week).
    Here's a few with the panasonic 12-35








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    Anna, thanks for the nice compliment. Mostly, it's the people that I run into that do all of the hard work ... I just stand back and push a button.

    Bart, I'm growing real fond of the OMD. Fast AF, a variety of lenses in a price range that means I can pick up a whole kit for a price less than a used Leica lens and a screen that I can use as a waist-level finder. Size is also a consideration as most who see the camera dismiss it and the person behind it. It should be a fun camera to bring back with me to Manila.

    Jorgen, thanks for the +1. I've used Silver EFX for awhile and generally noodle around with the sliders on each shot. Most recently, I've been using one of the presets in LR4, seasoning the final result to how I'd like to see it.

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    One more.


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    First walkabout in the local park with the Oly 75-300 on the OMD. All handheld with IBIS on. I didn't bother to touch up focus and just shot in s-af mode and autoISO. First two shots were at ISO 5000 and 4000.







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    This one stands out. I really like the composition.

    PS : there should be a way to hit the I like button for each individual pictures, rather than for all the lot.

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    Here's a few with the panasonic 12-35

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    Spikey by co_photog, on Flickr


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    One shot with the Contax G 45mm f/2 Planar on the OMD. I think that either the 45 Planar or one of my fast MF 50's is all that I need right now to fill the gap between the 12-35 and 75-300 zooms in my OMD kit. I'll take a look at the upcoming 35-100 zoom this fall, but might still prefer the MF options in that focal length range.

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    Carl,

    The Contax 45 looks great. How is it to handle on the OM-D? I never tried to adapt one of these.

    Do you like it better than the Olympus 45?

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    A shot from a wander along our local coastline this morning using the Olympus 9-18 at 9mm.

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    Carl,

    The Contax 45 looks great. How is it to handle on the OM-D? I never tried to adapt one of these.

    Do you like it better than the Olympus 45?

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    Jim,

    The Contax G 45/2 is a very nice little lens that looks like it was made for the OMD when mounted (particularly the black one that I'm using). Probably would look even nicer when converted to an M mount. I'm currently using an old Kipon adapter right now. I don't have the Oly 45 so can't compare. Quickie iPhone pic of the Contax 45 mounted on the OMD, via Kipon adapter. The thumbwheel focus actually works well for me on the OMD, better than the newer large, focusing ring adapter which is too close to the lens mount.

    Here is a snap of the left side showing the focusing wheel. Looks like it might be awkward, but I just rest my left index finger on top of the lens mount and my left thumb underneath is used to turn the wheel for focusing - works for me on the OMD, but I did not like it on the G1, EP1,2, or NEX.
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    Looks Lovely Carl. I gave my three Contax lenses to the boy. :-(

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    All taken with the 20mm pancake.





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    Quote Originally Posted by KurtKamka View Post
    With the 45/1.8.

    Simply a wonderful photograph, thank you for sharing.

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    Carl,

    Thanks for the pictures and the detailed explanation. It looks great on the camera.

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    First experiment with the 75 1.8, ISO 640, 1/200 at 5.6. I'm gobsmacked by the detail. At 640 my H4d would be starting to look ugly. I did see a little moire on the blue feathers. This is straight out of the camera - zero adjustments.
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    Our mini version of the 'London Eye'. The first photo's cropped way in.

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    Elliott Bay. The ferry boat has a bit of 'ripple'. IBIS? slow shutter speed?

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    Awesome light. Well done, Matt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by me_too View Post
    Awesome light. Well done, Matt.
    +1 Very dramatic lighting.
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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    HDR fun from the E-M5 with the 7-14mm Pana lens





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