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eaa

eaa

Lives in Norway Norway
Works as a IT consultant
Has a website at http://www.pbase.com/eaaseth
Joined on Sep 23, 2007
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Current:
Olympus OM-D E-M1 w/ HLD-7
Olympus E-5 w/ HLD-3
ZD ED 7-14/4.0
ZD ED 14-35/2.0
ZD PRO 12-40/2.8
ZD 14-54 MkI/2.8-3.5
ZD ED 35-100/2.0
ZD PRO 40-150/2.8
ZD ED 50-200 SWD/2.8-3.5
ZD ED 90-250/2.8
TC-14
EC-20
EX-25
MMF-3
RM-CB1
Lee Filter Pro kit w/ hood + ND 0.9 + ND 0.3/0.6/0.9 softgrad
Benro A-457 N6 tripod
Novoflex Magic Ball MB50
Tamrac Slingpack Velocity 9
F-Stop Satori EXP w/ XL and Medium ICUs
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Olympus E-1
Olympus E-3
ZD 14-54 MkI
ZD 40-150 MkI
Olympus OM10
Olympus OM1
Olympus OM2n
2 Olympus OM2 Spot
2 Olympus Winder 1
Zuiko 28/3.5
Zuiko 35/2.8
Zuiko 50/1.8
Zuiko 135/3.5
Zuiko 200/4.0
Olympus ext.tubes 7/12/25
Tokina 105/2.8
Tamron SP 17/3.5
Tamron SP 90/2.5 Macro
Tamron SP 300/5.6
Vivitar 600/8 Solid cat mirror
Vivitar 2x teleconverter
Sigma 600/8 mirror
Sigma 1000/13.5 mirror

eaa's recent activity

  • Nice set! :) Your pictures surely have punch, and their perspective is far from as strained and artificial as one would suspect from such an extreme lens. So indeed, I was also quite surprised as ...
  • Tried the new PRO fisheye for the first time this weekend. My friend has bought it (he uses m4/3 for his professional real estate photography), and he brought this lens on a mountain trip we did ...
  • Submitted a challenge entry Wise
    The owls are said to be wise. Maybe that's why the look this one gives me, makes me a flash back to primary school, and our teacher back then, looking strictly down on me from beside my desk... ;) Great Gray Owl (Strix nebulosa lapponica), just fledged chicken, sitting directly overhead.
    Placed 61st in the challenge. The owls are said to be wise. Maybe that's why the look this one gives me, makes me a flash back to primary school, and our teacher back then, looking strictly down on me from beside my desk... ;) Great Gray Owl (Strix nebulosa lapponica), just fledged chicken, sitting directly overhead.
  • Submitted a challenge entry Solitude
    A lone roe deer stands listening for other deers, as the day silently sinks into dusk, and the sunset paints the eastern sky rosy and pink...
    Placed 44th in the challenge. A lone roe deer stands listening for other deers, as the day silently sinks into dusk, and the sunset paints the eastern sky rosy and pink...
  • Submitted a challenge entry Winter pines
    Winter pines

Falling snow sweeps and swirls with the wind through the forest, clinging on to the pine trunks, where it slowly melts on this relatively mild day, making the pines take on some warm colors, in an otherwise barren winter scene...
    Placed 3rd in the challenge. Winter pines Falling snow sweeps and swirls with the wind through the forest, clinging on to the pine trunks, where it slowly melts on this relatively mild day, making the pines take on some warm colors, in an otherwise barren winter scene...
  • Submitted a challenge entry Echinocardium
    Yes, some cryptic title that is, but it's just the Latin name for a family of sea urchins. And here's a closeup of a dead one.
    Placed 11th in the challenge. Yes, some cryptic title that is, but it's just the Latin name for a family of sea urchins. And here's a closeup of a dead one.
  • I'm using MAC OS X 10.10.4, and Firefox 39.0. When writing a post, I can add pictures from the web via the "Insert picture" button, and while still editing, they show fine after adding them. But as ...
  • Submitted a challenge entry Watercolors
    Watercolors indeed, as the January sunset also paints the eastern sky, which again throws a pink tint on the icy surface of lake Mjøsa. Btw, can you spot the bird in there? ;)
    Placed 30th in the challenge. Watercolors indeed, as the January sunset also paints the eastern sky, which again throws a pink tint on the icy surface of lake Mjøsa. Btw, can you spot the bird in there? ;)
  • Submitted a challenge entry "Magpine"
    (Please forgive the title pun ;) ). 
A magpie (Pica pica) sits alone atop a big dead pine, on a dull mid-winters day. At first glance in the field an almost b/w winter scene, but it proves the pastel background colors are still there, making it all look almost like pale watercolors instead.
    Placed 20th in the challenge. (Please forgive the title pun ;) ). A magpie (Pica pica) sits alone atop a big dead pine, on a dull mid-winters day. At first glance in the field an almost b/w winter scene, but it proves the pastel background colors are still there, making it all look almost like pale watercolors instead.
  • Submitted a challenge entry Looming
    A massive thundercloud looms to the east, after a hot and sultry summers day. Here seen above lake Mjøsa, Hedmark county, SE Norway. I'll dedicate this to Mr. JJ Cale, one of my long time music heroes, who sadly passed away this very day, and who's music was just as powerful as this... ♥
    Placed 15th in the challenge. A massive thundercloud looms to the east, after a hot and sultry summers day. Here seen above lake Mjøsa, Hedmark county, SE Norway. I'll dedicate this to Mr. JJ Cale, one of my long time music heroes, who sadly passed away this very day, and who's music was just as powerful as this... ♥
  • Commented on Frozen in time in the Quiet challenge

    @Utterlyotter:
    No polarizer used. The use of an extreme UWA (FourThirds 7mm = FF 14mm) will often add a polarizing effect to skies/surfaces like this, with a pronounced deepening of the colors. Not...

  • Commented on Frozen in time in the Quiet challenge

    @JackM:
    Sorry to say, but from your comment I dare say you are clueless about paddling. This is definitely no trick shot! Sit perfectly still in a kayak in such conditions, and the surface will...

  • Commented on Frozen in time in the Quiet challenge

    @JackM:
    Sorry to say, but from your comment I dare say you are clueless about paddling. This is definitely no trick shot! I don't do trick shots - ever. Sit perfectly still in a kayak in such...

  • Commented on Frozen in time in the Quiet challenge

    @JackM:
    Sorry to say, but from your comment I dare say you are clueless about paddling. This is definitely no trick shot! I don't do trick shots - ever. Sit perfectly still in a kayak in such...

  • Submitted a challenge entry Frozen in time
    Like a voyage into space. Stressless, weightless, timeless. No tracks, no sound, no one. The birds are gone now, frosty mist floats silently on the water, and total silence reigns. Am I alone here in this world? Is there anybody out there..?
    Placed 1st in the challenge. Like a voyage into space. Stressless, weightless, timeless. No tracks, no sound, no one. The birds are gone now, frosty mist floats silently on the water, and total silence reigns. Am I alone here in this world? Is there anybody out there..?
  • Submitted a challenge entry Sjoa
    After heavy rain, the clouds are finally lifting over Sjoadalen (Sjoa valley) and the river Sjoa, that drains green glacial water from the high mountains in Jotunheimen NP, Norway. Although this waterfall is around 500m long, it still seems nameless, as it doesn't even have a name on any map!
    Placed 4th in the challenge. After heavy rain, the clouds are finally lifting over Sjoadalen (Sjoa valley) and the river Sjoa, that drains green glacial water from the high mountains in Jotunheimen NP, Norway. Although this waterfall is around 500m long, it still seems nameless, as it doesn't even have a name on any map!
  • Submitted a challenge entry Ailien
    Something from spaceship Nostromo just landed in my window sill...
    Placed 80th in the challenge. Something from spaceship Nostromo just landed in my window sill...
  • Submitted a challenge entry Merging
    When not sitting in the red heather, the dark Arctic Skua has a well camouflaged look, merging into the surroundings. But as a light colored phase is also common, I guess camouflage is not their first priority. Nor their first need, taking their aggressive parasitic behavior into account.
    Placed 17th in the challenge. When not sitting in the red heather, the dark Arctic Skua has a well camouflaged look, merging into the surroundings. But as a light colored phase is also common, I guess camouflage is not their first priority. Nor their first need, taking their aggressive parasitic behavior into account.
  • Submitted a challenge entry Crooked gutter
    Yes, I believe that gutter could do w/ some maintenance... along with the rest for that matter ;)
    Placed 17th in the challenge. Yes, I believe that gutter could do w/ some maintenance... along with the rest for that matter ;)
  • Just for the record, I also have the 7-14/4.0 and 14-35/2.0 SHGs :).
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