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michael49
Registered: Jun 09, 2006
Total Posts: 5434
Country: United States

Psalty wrote:
Hey Bobby, good to see you are putting that 7-14mm to good use. Those shots look great. Kind of wish I would have kept it...

Here's a snapshot I took of my dogs today with the 12mm.



That's a great shot.



String
Registered: Apr 09, 2008
Total Posts: 198
Country: Canada

A quick one from me on my first day out in the rain. Using the 14-50 kit lens and run through SilverEfx:







Delatant
Registered: Oct 14, 2010
Total Posts: 163
Country: United States

Yes my body is silver!! Reckon silver in cameras is like red in car - Blonde girls here in US never buy red cars - they say they all break down!!

My serial # is BF 3503855 - the previous one was "854" - maybe there is a problem with a batch!

Mine acts just like yours!! I am anxious to know how yours turns out!



you2
Registered: Nov 06, 2005
Total Posts: 741
Country: United States

bleh My first 4 digits are 35033 not 35038. Still if a batch were 1000 camera then yea it could be..... It'll be 1 to 2 weeks before I know what olympus has to say; so i'll wait till then. btw if you try a third camera and it works but has a similar serial # drop a note or pm



deadwolfbones
Registered: Feb 22, 2010
Total Posts: 2595
Country: United States

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





















jonrock
Registered: Jan 03, 2012
Total Posts: 444
Country: United States

nice shots, deadwolfbones. I especially like the dog pictures. Which lens did you use?



deadwolfbones
Registered: Feb 22, 2010
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Panny 20mm and Oly 45mm. :-)



Delatant
Registered: Oct 14, 2010
Total Posts: 163
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Great shots - especially the last!



deadwolfbones
Registered: Feb 22, 2010
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Country: United States

Thanks guys.



Nozzleforward
Registered: Jun 16, 2011
Total Posts: 785
Country: United States

Deadwolfbones, I love the third shot. Not only does the food look great to me, evidently it looks good to the pup in the background too!



Rich M
Registered: Jul 15, 2002
Total Posts: 259
Country: United States

deadwolfbones wrote:
Panny 20mm and Oly 45mm. :-)


What about the 12mm?? ;-)

R



deadwolfbones
Registered: Feb 22, 2010
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Wide angles tend to get a bit less use from me, but its time will come.



IDURITA
Registered: Jan 13, 2005
Total Posts: 637
Country: India

First time for me to try my new Zuiko 2,0/150 Di ED on OM-D E








IndyFab
Registered: Jan 18, 2010
Total Posts: 1235
Country: United States

thedigitalbean wrote:
Not bad for a $600 zoom Bobby.


Not bad you say, I want to sell the 70-200 II and get the 100-300 for my Dslr...

Seriously, it is much sharper than the 70-200 II



snapsy
Registered: Feb 24, 2008
Total Posts: 4865
Country: United States

IndyFab wrote:
thedigitalbean wrote:
Not bad for a $600 zoom Bobby.


Not bad you say, I want to sell the 70-200 II and get the 100-300 for my Dslr...

Seriously, it is much sharper than the 70-200 II


hmm, me thinks the 70-200 II is the sharpest zoom on the planet.



cputeq
Registered: Jun 25, 2008
Total Posts: 4719
Country: United States

snapsy wrote:
IndyFab wrote:
thedigitalbean wrote:
Not bad for a $600 zoom Bobby.


Not bad you say, I want to sell the 70-200 II and get the 100-300 for my Dslr...

Seriously, it is much sharper than the 70-200 II


hmm, me thinks the 70-200 II is the sharpest zoom on the planet.


A well-calibrated Sigma 100-300 f/4 probably gives it a run for the money.

'Well-calibrated' being the tricky part

Also, the crusty Tamron 70-200 2.8 also gives it some competition.


Canon's 70-200 2.8 is probably one of the sharpest and best-performing zooms overall, but there *are* other zooms that can come close (or match) the IQ if we're just talking sharpness.



Hrow
Registered: Oct 19, 2004
Total Posts: 5332
Country: United States

Loving the 7-14. Might never leave the camera.



Jman13
Registered: May 02, 2005
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Country: United States

Brilliant processing on that one. Care to share the PP?



bobbytan
Registered: Feb 03, 2004
Total Posts: 7559
Country: United States

IndyFab wrote:
thedigitalbean wrote:
Not bad for a $600 zoom Bobby.


Not bad you say, I want to sell the 70-200 II and get the 100-300 for my Dslr...

Seriously, it is much sharper than the 70-200 II


Seriously? No ... not even close! It cannot even compete with the 100-400L or 70-300L. The 70-200L II is a class above the other L zoom lenses. It's in the same league as the L primes. The 100-300 may be as good as a Canon consumer-grade zoom lens.



Hrow
Registered: Oct 19, 2004
Total Posts: 5332
Country: United States

Jman13 wrote:
Brilliant processing on that one. Care to share the PP?


I do most of my major tonal and contrast corrections as a color image and then a pretty straight B&W conversion using Silver Efex. From there it is localized enhancements to specific details using Viveza and/or Color Efex filters. I tend to spend a lot of time on little things in the images and experiment till I get the look I want. Most of the time I could no more repeat what I did on a complex image than I could fly.



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