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07-20-2012, 12:26 AM - 1 Like   #166
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Some first shots with the OM-D, around sundown:





















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Some first shots with the OM-D, around sundown:
Great shots!
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Some first shots with the OM-D, around sundown:
Nice! How do you like it so far? I know you've experimented with mirorrless before...

I seem to enjoy Lensbabies optics on Olympus bodies... Some with E-P1, some with E-M5

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Nice! How do you like it so far? I know you've experimented with mirorrless before...
So far it's pretty cool. I guess it must be going well if my biggest complaint is the fact that you can't get image review on the back LCD if you shoot using the EVF.

I had a GF1 a couple years ago, but this is a big improvement.

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my biggest complaint is the fact that you can't get image review on the back LCD if you shoot using the EVF
Try this? E-M5: How to review photo taken via EVF on LCD?: Micro Four Thirds Talk Forum: Digital Photography Review
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Ferrari Day

Last Saturday was Ferrari Day for Exotics@RTC. Full set is here.











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A couple more samples:



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QuoteOriginally posted by Duh_Vinci Quote
Nice! How do you like it so far? I know you've experimented with mirorrless before...

I seem to enjoy Lensbabies optics on Olympus bodies... Some with E-P1, some with E-M5

Soft Optic



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Soft Optic



Soft Optic



Single Glass



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Great work. I keep hearing about lens baby, will have to check it out. Is it a stand alone lens or a attachment on the front of the lens like a filter?

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Is it a stand alone lens or a attachment on the front of the lens like a filter?
Lensbaby are standalone lenses. They come in specific mounts:

SLR Camera Lenses for Nikon, Canon and more | Lensbaby Lenses

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Went for a hike yesterday with the OM-D:



































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Superb series deadwolfbones! Xlnt comp!! Nice hiking partner/s...take lots of hikes!!

The close up of the rock with girl out of focus coming down the trail. Did you set the aperture for that or was the cam on auto and just how it came out?

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Some first shots with the OM-D, around sundown:

NiCE!!

Did you shoot with the 14-42 f3.5 kit zoom?
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Hey Slacker. Thanks for the compliments!

I shoot in Av mode 95% of the time, so yeah, I set the aperture for that shot myself.

That hike was with the 12mm f/2 and the 20mm f/1.7. I don't actually own any zooms for m4/3.
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Went for a hike yesterday with the OM-D:
DR looks very good in these shots.
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