Snowy Landscapes w/ 17/1.8, 25/1.4, 45/1.8, 60/2.8 & 75.1.8 on E-M5 - 8 photos

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Snowy Landscapes w/ 17/1.8, 25/1.4, 45/1.8, 60/2.8 & 75.1.8 on E-M5 - 8 photos

Last Saturday I had a snow stowm where the snow was sticking in the trees to make it very pretty.  So I did a drive around photo morning.  It was still very cloudy and even had some light snow.  I used my E-M5 and stayed with only prime lenses.  I used the following lenses: Oly 17/1.8, Pana 25/1.4, Oly 45/1.8, Oly 60 Macro and the Oly 75/1.8.  Most of the photos were shot at a mid f-stop of around f8.  The photos are landscapes and I did want to have some DOF.  When it started snowing a little more I had to use a tripod to get the mid-f-stop and still have iso 200.  When tripod mounted I used the 2 sec delay.  Most of the time the shots where hand-held.  It was kind of a pain to keep changing lenses, especially when it was snowing a little.

Photo 1: Olympus 45

Photo 2: Pana 25

Photo 3: Oly 17/1.8

Photo 4: Oly 75

Photo 5: Oly 75

Photo 6: Oly 17/1.8

Photo 7: Oly 60 Macro

Photo 8: Oly 17/1.8

Thanks for taking the time to look.  If interested I have several more photos from this snowy drive about on my Flickr gallery at:
A few of them might even give you an idea how the different lenses perform with relation to each other.

Thanks again for looking.  Comments are always welcome.


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