*** This Week Through YOUR m4/3 2013.05.25 ***
Really like #3.
Something about a chubby kid and water that makes for a universal classic.
Works particularly well in B&W. Well chosen.
Quick question: How do you get away with photographing semi-naked children without causing suspicion? It's something I've been tempted to do from time to time, but would hate for someone to accuse me of anything untoward.
My age might help, I'm 68 years old. When in doubt, ask permission.
Just some flowers
Not exactly the same but i did not move my feet and changed lenses.
I can not really show it but almost everytime I do two shots with these two lenses I see very similar results but IF I view at 100 percent the canon is just about always the sharper shot....and much easier to use and much more versatile....but something like 20 times the price (my MC was extremely cheap at $40 though).
Just jpegs from the camera as taken.
really lovely. I think I prefer it in color, but it's hard to say for sure. What a great shot. Thanks!
Pictures from a culture school festival. My daughter on the trumpet. All of these were taken with the 40-150mm and E-M5.
A funny thing was that we were in a hurry getting there (as usual), so I grabbed the camera and stuffed the 20mm pancake down the pocket on my fleece jacket. It wasn't until we were there that I realized I had forgotten to take out the GF3+14mm. So not only do I bring it everywhere, I do it by mistake and not even noticing.
Nice stuff, Frank.
The "one more" is outstanding. Fine sense of exposure, a good study in tone, eh?
PS Judging by the intensity of the rain this morning, I don't think that we have to worry about low water levels in Mich/Huron anymore!! I wish.
What do you think.......sharper than the kit lenses........
The Best Camera is the one that you have on your Hands.
A few shots from a trip through London, Wales, and the Cotswolds. All except the macro shot are using the Oly 17mm. I am a complete amateur so any criticism/suggestions welcome.
|High Altitude Rocky Mountain Railroad by cjf2|
from On the Rails...
|Evening at the lake. by Murat ÜNSAL|