OM-D or OMG

Started Mar 1, 2013 | Discussions thread
tedolf
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Re: no no no surely not TEDolph
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Olyroo wrote:

tedolf wrote:

PAUL TILL wrote:

Considering the size of the sensor in this little beast, it does do rather well.

Taken at close quarters with the Pany 45-200mm, sitting on the floor with the camera resting on my leg. 5 Axis IBIS + ISO5000, perfectly usable.

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You Must Be 10% Smarter Than The Equipment You're Operating

is how to do a pet portrait!

Ok you dog lovers.......

top that!

TEdolph

I would have thought this would break way to many compositional rules. The cat is smack in the centre of the picture with way too much clutter in the shot.

Exception to Rule of Thirds:

Tight head shots.

Backgroung has just enough detail to give that 70's "Go Go" look to it.

I bet that cat is wearing Go Go boots.

Where is is you precious golden ratio.....

See above.

.and to top it all off shot with one of those new fangled EM5's

Obvioulsy, this accomplished photographer can handle it!

when surely all that was required was a box brownie or EPL 1 and some legacy lens from the op shop.

True?

I'm not sure- the ISO is really high and the lens is really long and it is hand held.

Maybe this is an example of a photo that, shudder, an E-pl1 could not have gotten!

Tedolph

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