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Olympus E-M1 II Mounted with IRIX 150MM 2.8 Macro (Titmouse in Flight)
Lens: Irix 150MM 2.8 Macro Camera: Olympus OM-D E-M1 II Photo Location: Porter, IN ISO: 1250 Shutter Speed: 1/2000s Aperture: F2.8 
Posted By: Lmcfarrin, 02-02-2020, 09:29 PM

Titmouse.

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02-02-2020, 11:58 PM   #2
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perfect timing !
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The jpg has too little resolution to show best, but thought it interesting to show what Topaz AI sharpen (stabilize mode) can do to remove motion blur.
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The jpg has too little resolution to show best, but thought it interesting to show what Topaz AI sharpen (stabilize mode) can do to remove motion blur.
Thanks. I have Topaz. For the net i just post a quick edit. I have the original raw. Actually, for this shot I was trying to show the optical characteristics of a macro lens I used for action. But, I'll take any attention/ time given to my photos.

The IRIX is a "Bad Dude" (meaning good)


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Yes, the optical properties would not likely be intact after running AI sharpen, as it does/appears to be more than what traditionally is sharpening. Not that I know what is under the hood, but it seems, In a way, to be creating a new image.
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Beautifully done. I am a bird lover and the way you capture them in flight is really impressive. Nice work with that Olympic gear.

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Beautifully done. I am a bird lover and the way you capture them in flight is really impressive. Nice work with that Olympic gear.

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Appreciate it, but to be clear - the only reason I dont capture as often these photos with my current Pentax gear (K-5, K-3 II) has to do with 3 things;

1. No tilt or articulating screen (inhibits extreme pitch angle shots)

2. Fps and shutter sound (oly can shoot silent)

3. Buffer rate.

All that being said I'm hunting for a KP. Upon getting one Pentax will strike back.

I'm going to liquidate my K-3 II, K-5 and A6000, leaving me with a Sony RX10 III, Oly EM1 II, Oly EM10 III, Oly EM5 and a KP
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