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bobbytan
Registered: Feb 03, 2004
Total Posts: 7465
Country: United States

Good job, Brian! Love the first 2 images especially.



CarlG
Registered: Mar 12, 2002
Total Posts: 6331
Country: United States

briangg wrote:
OMD-EM5, 12 f2

Thanks for looking,

Brian


Wow!! Saw those over on the Landscape forum and did not know they were shot with the E-M5!! Very nice....and inspiring!!

Just curious, Brian - have you had these printed and if so, what size? I've always been curious to see how large of a print those with an E-M5 are able to print.



FlyPenFly
Registered: Feb 14, 2011
Total Posts: 6396
Country: United States

A photo I've taken with a E-M5 has been printed in 4'x6' for a exhibition wall. It turned out pretty alright but it wasn't meant to be a fine art print.



briangg
Registered: Feb 27, 2008
Total Posts: 1257
Country: United States

CarlG wrote:
briangg wrote:
OMD-EM5, 12 f2

Thanks for looking,

Brian


Wow!! Saw those over on the Landscape forum and did not know they were shot with the E-M5!! Very nice....and inspiring!!

Just curious, Brian - have you had these printed and if so, what size? I've always been curious to see how large of a print those with an E-M5 are able to print.


Thanks. I have pretty much totally gone with my OMD. That is something I don't usually spread around on the landscape forum where full frame is the norm . I have never used such a fun and efficient camera in the field. Plus the glass is getting really good. I have printed 16x20 that match my Canon 7D prints in every aspect. I'm happy with that.

Thanks again,

Brian



bobbytan
Registered: Feb 03, 2004
Total Posts: 7465
Country: United States

It's great to have you on board! We need more good photographers like you to give some serious competition to Diego aka dukenukem!

briangg wrote:

Thanks. I have pretty much totally gone with my OMD. That is something I don't usually spread around on the landscape forum where full frame is the norm . I have never used such a fun and efficient camera in the field. Plus the glass is getting really good. I have printed 16x20 that match my Canon 7D prints in every aspect. I'm happy with that.

Thanks again,

Brian



mwebmaster
Registered: Dec 20, 2013
Total Posts: 26
Country: Ireland

Can I join the thread please? So many wonderful images here ...
Here is shots taken at Powerscourt Gardens, Ireland


P1040242 by day tomorrow, on Flickr

P1040263 by day tomorrow, on Flickr

P1040194_ by day tomorrow, on Flickr
Zuiko 11-22, E-PL5 combo



fsiagian
Registered: May 24, 2009
Total Posts: 1769
Country: United States

Very lovely Brian.



bobbytan
Registered: Feb 03, 2004
Total Posts: 7465
Country: United States

But of course the more the merrier! Love that 3rd shot!

mwebmaster wrote:
Can I join the thread please? So many wonderful images here ...
Here is shots taken at Powerscourt Gardens, Ireland



byebyefilm
Registered: Jul 14, 2005
Total Posts: 26
Country: United States

briangg,

Those three images have a subtle richness to them that made me think I was looking at a Velvia 5x7 contact print! Just curious what your main processing techniques are? Are they pretty sophisticated in PS or just LR/ACR basic? Nicely framed too.



briangg
Registered: Feb 27, 2008
Total Posts: 1257
Country: United States

byebyefilm wrote:
briangg,

Those three images have a subtle richness to them that made me think I was looking at a Velvia 5x7 contact print! Just curious what your main processing techniques are? Are they pretty sophisticated in PS or just LR/ACR basic? Nicely framed too.


Thanks you guys

I go really basic. I mean really basic. I use LR 4 and PS Elements 8. Always work the RAW. Totally visualize what I want the final image to look like in the end. Sometimes I'll make a layer mask. Sometimes I'll just wing it without one. I work the lighting, and try different things. I use the lasso tool, and work just different parts of the image until it all ties together. I average about 2 to 3 hours on each shot. Sometimes they come out, sometimes they don't Basically just wing it.

Thanks again,

Brian



bobbytan
Registered: Feb 03, 2004
Total Posts: 7465
Country: United States

That's "really basic"? I guess we all have different definitions of "basic". My idea of basic is to spend 5-10 minutes on editing - mostly adjusting the sliders in the "Basic" panel in Lightroom. That explains a lot!

briangg wrote:

I go really basic. I mean really basic. I use LR 4 and PS Elements 8. Always work the RAW. Totally visualize what I want the final image to look like in the end. Sometimes I'll make a layer mask. Sometimes I'll just wing it without one. I work the lighting, and try different things. I use the lasso tool, and work just different parts of the image until it all ties together. I average about 2 to 3 hours on each shot. Sometimes they come out, sometimes they don't Basically just wing it.

Thanks again,

Brian



mawz
Registered: Sep 11, 2005
Total Posts: 7709
Country: Canada


The Bottom by Mawz, on Flickr
E-M5, ZD 14-54 II



darrellc
Registered: Jan 02, 2005
Total Posts: 469
Country: United States

EM-5 with 75/1.8


High Line by DarrellC, on Flickr



savingspaces
Registered: Oct 01, 2012
Total Posts: 900
Country: United States


_3210069.jpg by savingspaces33, on Flickr


_3210111.jpg by savingspaces33, on Flickr


_3210132.jpg by savingspaces33, on Flickr



Wilbus
Registered: Feb 18, 2012
Total Posts: 262
Country: Sweden

Lovely landscapes Brian!

Jochen, that is a superb portrait and one grumpy looking fellow! :-P It really screams PL25 from it.

Rather then just posting answers and drooling at everybody's photos here I'll be joining in soon again, moving in a week so I'm all busy packing stuff. Hopefully the move will give me a new spark as well.



FlyPenFly
Registered: Feb 14, 2011
Total Posts: 6396
Country: United States

Wandering around yesterday



michealj
Registered: Feb 18, 2008
Total Posts: 32
Country: United States

Flypenfly, very nice pictures. All of your pictures have a recognizable look to them, specifically the color to me. Are you using a filter or a custom preset?

Regards,

Micheal



FlyPenFly
Registered: Feb 14, 2011
Total Posts: 6396
Country: United States

Thanks, I do use a few presets. They were sourced long ago from somewhere and then I tweaked a few things to my liking over time. I'll post some of them up if you're interested.



Julius
Registered: Jan 27, 2002
Total Posts: 935
Country: United States

briangg wrote:
OMD-EM5, 12 f2

Thanks for looking,

Brian


Excellent images Brian, good compositions, very good dynamic range and great colors.
I used to be a FF Camera guy for a very long time but now a happy convert to the OM-D EM-1 system and outstanding lenses.

Julius



fsiagian
Registered: May 24, 2009
Total Posts: 1769
Country: United States

Flypenfly, the grand central shot is amazing. Has been shot millions of time probably, but there is always something magical about it.



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