Henry Stamm

Lives in United States Montana, United States
Works as a part-time professional photographer
Joined on Feb 16, 2003

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  • Kim, I shoot landscapes with longer telephotos and I seldom shoot wide.  Moreover, some of the wildlife I spot is at a distance.  There are many times when I've had my 50-200 attached, zoomed as ...
  • I just bought the 70-300mm (at $199 with free shipping).  It will be a welcome addition to use with my EM1 MK2.  I know that it's a lens for good light.  In my case, however, shooting at the long ...
  • That high & dry old fishing boat with the tour bus in the background is priceless.  Good fortune that you were there to record the intersection of past & present.
  • I can imagine that it would be similar, having never made that drive.
  • The funny thing, Rich, in an ironic sort of way, is that I actually don't go to Glacier all that much.  I only live about 25 or 30 miles from the place, too.  I think in the past year I've only ...
  • I remember when I lived in New England (in Hanover, NH), that a friend once told me that they had traveled pretty far west, once:  to Rochester, NY.  I held in my giggles. And the local folks ...
  • I don't care if a system is dead, or alive.    I have 4/3 glass, including the superb 14-35 f2 and 35-100 f2.  After some adjustment, I find  they perform extremely well on a micro 4/3 body, my ...
  • Actually, my drive from Great Falls to home is 225 miles one-way.  Browning is about the half-way point in terms of "feel." Thank you.  I saw that pump and thought it might add some interest to the ...
  • Thanks, Dave.  The Plains often get very clear air.  Not so much where I live, which is in the mountains.  We have lots of grey skies in the winter--and snow of course (our ski mountain is getting ...
  • Nicely done.  I love the colors in the 2nd one.
  • Very stark difference in geography between our two states, not counting the miles that lay between.  It's getting to be spring here as well--the snow level in my yard is down to only a couple of ...
  • Drove US 89 today from Great Falls, MT, into Glacier Park.  Lovely day for some great views along the road.  Just north of Choteau, MT, the road travels somewhat parallel to the mountains, all the ...
  • Lovely images of iconic symbols from the nation's capital.
  • My two f2 lenses (14-35 and 35-100) work very well as long as I'm shooting a subject (person, animal, flower).  Fast & accurate in most conditions.  Both start to hunt in low light.  Landscapes ...
  • Replied in What is Value?
    John, you said this in response to my post and then Ray added a comment in response to you. I added some additional info, but it was below Ray's comment. I only own 4/3 lenses and have no plans to ...
  • Replied in What is Value?
    Actually, in use, I can crop like mad.  Going from 12mp to 20mp allows me to crop 30-40% from the original composition and still retain sharpness.  This is especially useful in portraits. The key ...
  • Replied in What is Value?
    I appreciate the musings.  From my perspective, a thing could have good value, but that doesn't necessarily mean that I could afford its price.  Nor does it mean that I want it just because it has ...
  • Having just been in San Rafael last week with a lot of rain, I have a feel for your story.  Wonderful narrative--love your prose--to accompany a very nice set of images.  Kudos!
  • Replied in Raw Processing
    Interesting post.  To my eyes, the first hockey version is the best.  I have a different workflow.  I start with LR6.8, which does handle EM1 MK2 raw files.  But, I create a catalog for each shoot ...
  • I bought the Mk2 because my E5 was starting to have a few issues & I wanted to keep on using my f2 lenses.  I also purchased the grip with it.   I definitely think it is way too small without the ...
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