E-M5 | Absolute Best Settings for Big Landscapes

Started Feb 5, 2013 | Discussions thread
howielenny
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Re: E-M5 | Absolute Best Settings for Big Landscapes
In reply to BingoCharlie, Feb 7, 2013

It pretty much seems like you know what your doing. If I'm going out for a day I'll make sure I have the camera, filters (cokin nd8, nd4, stop nd grad, 2 stop reverse grad and bw110). I'll take the shutter release in case I want to shoot long exposures and a good sturdy tripod. I generally shoot in Raw and use 3 stop bracketing. Other than that I pretty much the camera take care of itself. I haven't done to many big landscapes but here are a couple and I'm more than satisfied with what my E-M5 is producing
Howie

EM-5 with 12-50mm kit lens

E-M5 with 12-50mm kit lens, Cokin ND8

Sometimes its good to break the rules. Shooting directly towards the sun using a 10 stop BW 110 filter.

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