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    A couple of birds from today...

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    Hoping to get this Rufous in better light...

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    Geese flying north. Sign of an early spring or just wishful thinking and foolish geese? E-M5II + 12-40 Pro.

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    What a nice shot Annna. And I like the weater the way it is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by seb View Post
    What a nice shot Annna. And I like the weater the way it is.
    Thank you !

    That's because i cheated : i added some contrast and some blue to the sky and i brightened the shadows on the city buildings.

    With a true blue sky the birds would stand out better.

    May be i will get it better another time. But this occasion was really rare because the swarm landed right on my roof, so when they departed they were well positionned.

    BTW they make an incredible noise when they land and stamp on the roof. When they arrive, i close my window out of fear : they are so numerous that it is really like in the Hitchcock movie.
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    We took a ride up along the east shore of Cayuga Lake to the Mackenzie-Childs facility, just north of the village of Aurora, NY. The buildings, grounds and products that they craft all have an Alice in wonderland feeling. If they would paint the brick road that winds through the property yellow the picture would be complete. All shot with E-M5II and 12-40 Pro.

    Entrance to the main office, shop, and studios.



    View to the studios behind the duck pond.



    The old farm house (now offices) with Cayuga Lake in background.



    The residence (elaborate barn) for sheep, geese, and peacocks.



    Some of the residents sunbathing out back.



    Took a peek through a window in the old tea house (now storage) to see some of the products.



    and an old hardware store in Aurora that has seen better days long ago.

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    Cuervo New Mexico.


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    Omd EM5, 14mm f/2.5
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    A few from local forests...





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    From this morning : sunrise over the city

    Olympus OM-D E-M5II with m.Zuiko Pro 40-150mm F2.8


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    Quote Originally Posted by Annna T View Post
    From this morning : sunrise over the city
    These castles are becoming a familiar sight. Well done!
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    ^^^^ Alpine Choughs ^^^^

    Well worth viewing on Flickr and seeing the large size. Super captures and great location. Well done.

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    Thanks for the kind words BigLouis and Marlof.

    Those are "from my windows" shots. Next October there will be ten years that I live in this home, but I'm still taking pictures of the castles and the city.. Each time I see some interesting light or some little event, I run upstairs to take a few shots of that postcard view. Different seasons, different weather, different parts of the day.. It is incredible how much variations one can find in the same place.

    I could design a book only with those pictures of the two castles and may be get rewarded by the tourist office . There is an album showing a few ones in my Flickr account : https://flickr.com/photos/[email protected]

    I try to refrain posting too many shots of the same scene here, not wanting to bore others with my obsession.
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    Quote Originally Posted by biglouis View Post
    ^^^^ Alpine Choughs ^^^^

    Well worth viewing on Flickr and seeing the large size. Super captures and great location. Well done.

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    A few walkabout shots along the partially frozen lakeshore with the E-M5II + 20mm f/1.7 Lumix (original version). Trial ON1 free plugin processing.







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    Quote Originally Posted by Annna T View Post
    I try to refrain posting too many shots of the same scene here, not wanting to bore others with my obsession.
    I like different shots of the same scene, it adds to the understanding of the effect of the circumstances. Keep them coming!
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    Lunch with the gulls. E-M5II + 20/1.7 Lumix

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    Quote Originally Posted by marlof View Post
    I like different shots of the same scene, it adds to the understanding of the effect of the circumstances. Keep them coming!
    +1! Exactly! Thanks.
    With best regards, K-H.
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    Mourning Dove. E-M5II + 40-150 Pro Click for original (cropped).

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    Two handheld panos with the E-M5II + 40-150 taken on an afternoon stream walk in the gorge below my house.



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    Early spring at the Cornell Arboretum. E-M5II+12-40 Pro. I think that Flickr is adding some unwanted sharpening when resizing the original uploads, click for original for comparison.





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    Roof patterns:


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    From a night walk down in the city.
    Rue des Mayennets, Sion.

    Wow.. looking at the EXIF I see that I have sot at 0.3 sec., handheld. Now the IBIS is really doing wonders, because I never had very steady hands. I hadn't noted I had such a low speed or I'd have upped the ISO, even if my limit with the E-M5s lies at ISO800.

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    Place du Midi, Sion

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    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    Walked past the old boxcar down at the waterfront again. Two detail shots with the E-M5II + 12-40 Pro. This old caboose has been up for sale since last year (#35711): Existing D&H Rolling Stock



    The old caboose is back on eBay again for auction. I'd better get back down and get my last shots before someone scoops up this beauty and takes it away.
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    Peaking into the backyard, Rue Pré-fleuri, Sion

    OMD EM5II m.zuiko 12-40mm pro F2.8 @ 12mm 1/400 F7.1 ISO200


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    Crossing backyards, Chemin des Rosiers, Sion
    From the series Small towns


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    Same place in the chemin des Rosiers. Wich version do you prefer ?
    I like the wider view of the first version, but not the car. In this version I like the walking woman. There is even a third version in my Flickr stream.. Hard to choose when each have things going for it and against it.


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    Just for fun ! Tights for sale..

    Rue Pré-fleuri, Sion

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    Horse/*** (taken at local pony club meet today) shows the problems and benefits of shooting EM-1 at LOW ISO - even at an exposure compensation of -1EV the equine rump was totally blown on the top side. I had to patch some hair back in using a gentle clone brush in Photoshop... on the plus side, the file had good shadow latitude and nice crisp detail.

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    Just returned after a week long family reunion and beach vacation on Hatteras island (North Carolina outer banks). A few snaps taken with the E-M5II using both the 12-40 and 40-150 Pro lenses.



















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    Thanks Carl. Lovely shots!
    With best regards, K-H.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tashley View Post
    Horse/*** (taken at local pony club meet today) shows the problems and benefits of shooting EM-1 at LOW ISO - even at an exposure compensation of -1EV the equine rump was totally blown on the top side. I had to patch some hair back in using a gentle clown brush in Photoshop... on the plus side, the file had had shadow latitude and nice crisp detail.


    Thanks Tim. So what would have been the correct way to expose this image? TIA.
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    Thanks Tim. So what would have been the correct way to expose this image? TIA.
    Who knows? The sensor doesn't have enough DR for the scene. If I'd had a second chance having seen it on a computer I'd have no better idea. You lose highlights or you lose shadow. Given that choice I'd prefer to lose shadow so I'd have gone -1 2/3 and busked the processing. As is, faking it with a clone brush is a reasonable alternative.
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    From a walk in the city last week : Passage de la Matze, Sion

    OMD E-M5II, m.Zuiko pro 12-40mm F2.8 @ 12mm F7.1 1/160 ISO200



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    Rue Pré-fleuri, Sion

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    Last weekend ... in Ostend, Belgium


    main beach and sculpture "dancing waves"


    Lost Seamen monument and art installation "Rock Strangers" by Arne Quinze

    Both pictures with E-M1 and 12-40/2.8

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    Continuing the exploration of unremarkable boroughs in the city :

    Rue des Condémines, Sion (this appartment house should have been built during the forties).

    OMD E-M5II m.Zuiko 12-40mm F2.8 pro @12mm F7.1 1/320 ISO200


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    Another one :

    A backyard found along the Passage de la Matze, Sion

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    The painted wall, seen in rue des Condémines, Sion


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    Reflection in the upstate neighborhood of Gravelone.


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    Rue des Condémines, Sion

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    A revisit of the late neolithic archeological site of Petit-Chasseur in Sion


    Petit-Chasseur, Sion - 20160429_453a7r2i by hhh rrr, sur Flickr

    It is not the first time that I photographed that archeological site : I like how it is involved in a very mundane environment, a public square located between a school and a few apartments houses. You can see the preceding pictures in a Flickr album entitled "historic sites" here : https://www.flickr.com/gp/rrr_hhh/27DR02

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    Quote Originally Posted by Annna T View Post
    The daily migration of the alpine choughs

    The alpine choughs live high in the mountains, above the tree lines. But in winter they fly down in the valley daily looking for food. They come in the morning and return where they live when they are sated, before sunset.

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    The daily migration of the alpine choughs - 20160226_082em52i by rrr_hhh, sur Flickr

    They come everyday and I observe them since a few years, hoping they would swirl around the two castles. But they follow the thermic currents and are usually attracted elsewhere. Finally this morning the swarm was flying right where I wanted.. alas, the weather wasn't as collaborative as usual. I didn't get our usual clear blue sky, nor the morning sun lighting the buildings of the city. So the result isn't yet there..

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    A swarm of alpine choughs swirling above Sion and the Castles - 20160226_074em52i
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    Amazing picture Annna! I think the sky and the Alpes are in beautiful contrast with the birds. Very nicely layered image.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Amazing picture Annna! I think the sky and the Alpes are in beautiful contrast with the birds. Very nicely layered image.
    Thank you Michiel for the kind words. I exposed for the sky and snowy mountains, but as a result the city was very dull and dark. I could lift the shadows quite a bit and played with the WB warming the buildings but keeping the sky and mountains blue with the brush tool. The result came out more pleasing than it was in reality.

    And thank you for selectively adding likes for the other pictures.

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    Walking in my neighbourhood :

    OMD E-M5II and m.Zuiko 12-40mm pro F2.8 @ 36mm


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