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dukenukem
Registered: Oct 04, 2012
Total Posts: 303
Country: Spain




Monstruoso por _dUkEnUkEm_, en Flickr



acme_d
Registered: Jun 20, 2012
Total Posts: 25
Country: Canada

dukenukem wrote:



Monstruoso por _dUkEnUkEm_, en Flickr


Interesting shot. It would not have occurred to me to crash zoom (I assume) a scene like that.



tol1l1yboy
Registered: Apr 13, 2006
Total Posts: 150
Country: United States

Just got the camera last night and took this one with the PL12-35mm f/2.8 lens:


Wait by =Tom=, on Flickr



Jman13
Registered: May 02, 2005
Total Posts: 10501
Country: United States

With Panasonic 35-100mm f/2.8:







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

I kind of like the crash blurred image of the forest, it's quite cool!

Congruats Tol1l1yboy, enjoy! Did you change from another system?

Nice shot btw, nice sharpness and nice motionblur in the train.

Lovely angles Jman and nice hard look to it!



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

Played around very quickly with my girlfriend and some lighting setup, one SB-800 in a soft box hand held by my brother and one tri-grip reflector held by my self.



thaiusmle2
Registered: Dec 29, 2012
Total Posts: 15
Country: United States

Fantastic posts! Any one having any problem using 7-14 on OM-D?



Gary Clennan
Registered: Mar 29, 2007
Total Posts: 4910
Country: Canada

Nice portrait Wilbus!



rji2goleez
Registered: Jun 24, 2003
Total Posts: 4627
Country: United States

thaiusmle2 wrote:
Fantastic posts! Any one having any problem using 7-14 on OM-D?


Problems? Anything specific? I think the lens is great for an ultra-wide zoom. I have some posts somewhere in this thread with that lens and Iike it for what it does . . . especially inside churches.


In the meantime, I haven't posted much here lately but here's some recent walk around stuff.



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

Thank you very much Gary!

Bob, I love the third picture in that series!



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

thaiusmle2 wrote:
Fantastic posts! Any one having any problem using 7-14 on OM-D?


What sort of problem? Flare? I don't usually like to include the sun in my photos but when I do I try to move around a little bit to minimize the effect of any flare. If I find the flare objectionable I wouldn't take the shot.

The lens does not take filters but with an ultra w/a lens I don't like using filters, and I really like the graduated filter tool in Lightroom.

I do like this lens a lot as it reminds me of the Nikon 14-24 that I had and liked.



Jman13
Registered: May 02, 2005
Total Posts: 10501
Country: United States

Did my annual cast member shoot for my wife's HS musical. Was very pleased how they came out this year, and the OM-D + Panasonic 35-100 was absolutely stellar. Made me truly appreciate how awesome a lens this is, and how accurate CDAF is for single shot work. In all my years I used DSLRs for this, even with the 1 series, I'd often have several misfocuses due to the dim ambient light I have (in order to keep the background black). Today: Not a single miss. The image quality out of this combo today was easily on par or better than what I got out of my 1Ds II with 100L. These are always all converted to B&W, but the ones I liked better in color, I'm keeping in color here.

These are all with the 35-100 except for the fourth one, which is with the 25/1.4.

































dukenukem
Registered: Oct 04, 2012
Total Posts: 303
Country: Spain


Torre del Lago por _dUkEnUkEm_, en Flickr



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

Very nice, Jordan ... and that's a brilliant shot Dukenukem!



Desmoface
Registered: Dec 21, 2004
Total Posts: 62
Country: United States

Wife was taking a nap, so I couldn't play radio, but I could take pictures of it, .

Wow, the harsh truth of the camera's eye, this things a mess!


That's a bit better.




Steve



gotak
Registered: Aug 24, 2009
Total Posts: 339
Country: Canada

Went to a local "in" Ramen shop. Not worth it for the wait and price but here are some photos.









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

The bowl of ramen and potstickers look damn good!



bmwrider75
Registered: Feb 09, 2008
Total Posts: 336
Country: Canada

Momofuku?

I just went to the noodle bar in Toronto a few weeks ago, as I really like the New York restaurant. I was honesty underwhelmed by this iteration. Good, but not as amazing as in NYC.



Gary Clennan
Registered: Mar 29, 2007
Total Posts: 4910
Country: Canada

bobbytan wrote:
The bowl of ramen and potstickers look damn good!


I'll say! Yummy.



gotak
Registered: Aug 24, 2009
Total Posts: 339
Country: Canada

bmwrider75 wrote:
Momofuku?

I just went to the noodle bar in Toronto a few weeks ago, as I really like the New York restaurant. I was honesty underwhelmed by this iteration. Good, but not as amazing as in NYC.


Nope not Momo. It's a place by Ryerson University call Santouka, a Japanese Ramen chain. The tasty looking bowl cost 16 dollars before tax and tip and the pot sticker were about 1 dollars each. A rip off when just a block away there's another Ramen place where you can get Ramen with extra pork belly and a tea egg thrown in for 11 dollars, and the soup there (to me) was better.

My take on Ramen in Toronto is that it's a bit of a strange thing. People would wait outside in the cold and pay quite a bit for food that really in asia is like fast food.



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