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    11mm F2.8 ISO200 Oly7-14mm PRO with EM5 Mark II
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    Statues in Budapest

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    Great Synagogue, Budapest

    This beautifully restored 3000-seat synagogue:

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    Is thronged with visitors, but I couldn't tell if it still supports an active community.
    The gravestones outside are sharply peaked at 1945, and stop there.

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    Fun with the Olympus OMD


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    Ping'An: Rice terraces (EM5 with 12-40)
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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    From a walk in Gembloux, Belgium









    All with the E-M1 and 12-40/2.8 lens

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    Someone turned twelve ...



    And no - it wasn't me !
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    E-M5 Mk II w/ 40-150 f2.8
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    the Royal Chapel and Church in Waterloo, Belgium (yeah, that's where Napoleon Bonaparte was beaten in 1815 ...)











    All with E-M1 and Samyang 7.5/3.5 lens

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    E-M5 and 75mm f1.8


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    Two from EM5 with 12-40:


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    One from EM1 with 40-150:


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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD



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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    Just messing around in the garden this afternoon with the new camera.
    E-M5 mk2 and 75-300mm.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Craftysnapper View Post
    Just messing around in the garden this afternoon with the new camera.
    E-M5 mk2 and 75-300mm.
    Congrats and happy shooting, Paul.
    And what a great mess it is already ...

    Kind regards.
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    Tried the flash ...

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    Quote Originally Posted by Craftysnapper View Post
    Just messing around in the garden this afternoon with the new camera.
    E-M5 mk2 and 75-300mm.
    congrats with your new cam, and many happy shoots, Paul !
    I love that first pic !

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    Tried the flash ...
    Flash = working, I would think, Bart !
    Nice shot !!!

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    Making the most of them while they last.

    Olympus E-M5 mk2 and 75mm f1.8.


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    The Granddaughters popped down this morning for a hour, had not seen them in ages so had to get the E-m5 mk2 and 75mm out and take a few snaps.


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    The Genie in the Boat ...



    ... or how some boathouse owners are fed-up being photographed.
    I find this quite amusing actually. But then, I'm evil ...
    Bart ...
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    Northern Flicker



    E-M5 + Leica Vario-Elmar-R 105-280/4.2
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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    From a walk in natural reserve "Doode Beemden", Neerijse, Belgium







    E-M1 with Panasonic "X" 45-175mm

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    Bridge keeper's house: close the gate ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    Bridge keeper's house: close the gate ...


    Thanks Bart. A great image, love the setting.
    Does somebody actually live there?
    I wouldn't think so.
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    Originally posted in the wrong thread. Oops.



    - Ricardo

    PS: Yeah, she's a bit off focus. Ah well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by k-hawinkler View Post
    Thanks Bart. A great image, love the setting.
    Does somebody actually live there?
    I wouldn't think so.
    No one living there outside office hours, K-H !
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    The lens ? Just rubbish ! Look at that distortion ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    The lens ? Just rubbish ! Look at that distortion ...


    Thanks Bart, you are just too funny! A marvelous image!
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    Thought I'd try using my 75mm f1.8 portrait lens with a Sigma double element close up filter, for close ups as it already focuses pretty close.


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    La CioCiara. No crop. Shot blind with zone focusing @ F5.6. Lanny-Leica 15mm F1.7 prime.



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    Contemplating death.



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    Blood moon

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    M5 vII, ISO 3200, 1/2 sec f/5.6 40-150X1.4 at 210 mm

    focusing in this kind of sniperscope light is really tough!

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    Re: Blood moon

    Quote Originally Posted by scott kirkpatrick View Post
    focusing in this kind of sniperscope light is really tough!
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    If you set the lens on infinity, I think you'd be within the depth of field.

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    Laugher at Folsom/2015.



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    Re: Blood moon

    Quote Originally Posted by Leigh View Post
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    If you set the lens on infinity, I think you'd be within the depth of field.

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    Nope. Long lenses don't have infinity stops (and they don't have much depth of field, either). They can expand or contract enough with temperature that they have to be allowed to focus beyond infinity. And EVF's unlike OVF's can't let you use your eye's sensitivity to respond only to the bright object in the middle of the otherwise black frame. So as long as some part of the moon was illuminated, the M5's EVF showed a bright blur, and I had to focus by bracketing with movements of about a few tenths mm on the scale. Infinity with the 1.4X extender on seems to be slightly shifted from infinity without it. The final totally eclipsed moon was not much brighter than the (near dawn) sky, and then I could focus by eye, but on an image that was shimmering from atmospheric turbulence and general high ISO noise. Earlier, using focus bracketing, I could get some HR images of the whole moon, a few of which turned out like this:

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    1/800 at f/8, ISO 200. (about 12 stops brighter)

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    Quote Originally Posted by scott kirkpatrick View Post
    P9280021 by scott kirkpatrick, on Flickr

    M5 vII, ISO 3200, 1/2 sec f/5.6 40-150X1.4 at 210 mm

    focusing in this kind of sniperscope light is really tough!

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    Thanks scott. Excellent image!

    Nope. Please, have a look here: http://www.getdpi.com/forum/sony/561...tml#post661626, post #35.
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    OM-D E-M5, Panasonic 100-300mm:

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    I had no luck with the supermoon, because here the sky showed a thick cloud cover. The moon wasn't viewable anywhere. But this summer I experimented with starphotography and the live composite mode of the E-M5II. It produced great results. Better than my own stacking : mainly because the livecomposite eliminates the noise.

    Here are a few taken at the end of August :

    First looking north : Polaris

    E-M5II, Samyang 7.5 F3.5 Fisheye, 20 sec., 800 ISO, live composite (duration about 1-2 hours)


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    Another one, looking Southward :

    E-M5II, Panasonic 25mm F1.4, shot at F2.8, 10 sec., ISO 640, live composite for about 1-2 hours.


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    This one looking to the North East :

    E-M5II, Panasonic 25mm F1.4, shot at F2.8, 8 sec., ISO 400, live composite of about 1-2 hours.


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    and finally a last one looking to the North West, down to the Rhône Valley and up to the Bernese Alps.

    All these were taken from the balconies of a mountain flat.

    E-M5II with m.Zuiko 12mm F2.0 shot at F2.8, 20 sec, ISO 800. (live composite for about 1-2 hours)


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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    I spent a good part of last night in the park in our village, enjoying the lunar eclipse ...
    E-M1 with Reflex-Nikkor 500/f8 at 2000 ISO and ca 1.5 sec exp time.







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    Re: Blood moon

    Quote Originally Posted by k-hawinkler View Post
    Thanks scott. Excellent image!

    Nope. Please, have a look here: http://www.getdpi.com/forum/sony/561...tml#post661626, post #35.
    Nice, but how did your viewfinder and AF work when the moon was still bright? I think AF would have worked for me on the red moon during totality, but I was getting pretty good at manual focus using live view and 10X magnification by then. I've done this kind of shot with an E-1 and with Leicas in the past. With an optical finder it's straightforward. And the difference between a crisp textured moon and a smoothed impressionistic one is important.

    In Jerusalem we had scattered clouds, with frequent space between. But we are so far east that the sun came up 20 minutes after I took the shot which I posted. For astro photography, it was pretty convenient. We could sit comfortably in the living room and watch everything low in the western skies.

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    Re: Blood moon

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    Nope. Long lenses don't have infinity stops (and they don't have much depth of field, either).
    They can expand or contract enough with temperature that they have to be allowed to focus beyond infinity.
    Thank you for the lesson in lens design, Scott.
    I'm well familiar with thermal design issues.

    If you'll note, I did not use the phrase "infinity stop".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leigh View Post
    Thank you for the lesson in lens design, Scott.
    I'm well familiar with thermal design issues.

    If you'll note, I did not use the phrase "infinity stop".

    - Leigh
    I am sorry that you felt I was talking down to you, but "setting the lens to infinity" was not so easy. My m5vII refused to autofocus on the moon when it was still bright, and the depth of field is not enough to prevent going well out of focus when I left the camera set up outside, switched off, to keep it cold. The focus scale on my 40-150 has an infinity sign that is about 4 mm wide. The best focus was found off center, and the actual setting moved around a bit during the evening. My M-1 does better at AF (the M-5vII may have suffered some moisture damage to its viewfinder), but focus bracketing with magnification improves the results noticeably with it as well.

    The sharpest long lens that I have access to is a Leica R 280/4.0 APO (manual focus only), so I tried that tonight, while the moon is still full and "super." I first focused on a building a mile or so away, to determine "infinity." I then bracketed focus on the moon and found a slight additional shift gave the best result:

    P9280041i by scott kirkpatrick, on Flickr

    This is from a single frame. The 8-frame HR mode didn't do better, perhaps because the atmosphere introduces jitter in the image during the time it takes to make multiple exposures.

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    We had fireworks, last saturday, in our village ...
    E-M1 with Pana 7-14, 15sec f22



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    E-M5 mk2 & 75mm
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    sunbathing toad

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    Re: Textures

    Two summers ago, a team of artist/climbers assembled a play structure out of climbing rope and long bamboo sticks in the middle of the Noguchi sculpture garden of the Israel Museum in Jerusalem. As "Big Bambu," it was so successful that it stayed open for over a year, and now half of it (surrounded by a safety fence) seems to have become a permanent addition to the sculptures on exhibit. Here it is contrasted with the 2001-style monolith that marks the underground entrance to the Dead Sea scrolls exhibit.

    PA020051 by scott kirkpatrick, on Flickr

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    the moon on a sunny morning in autumn ...



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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    The low afternoon light was loverly this afternoon as it fell on the strawflowers with the background in shade, pretty much straight shots. I'm getting addicted to photographing these little flowers.

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