It was just a temporary pause that this Western Meadowlark made on the Bluebird nest-box, I'm sure.
~Ken

E-5, 300/2.8 lens plus EC-20 tc (2X), ISO 400, F 6.3, 1/1600", hand-held & braced
with sandbag on car window, severe crops.

This couple was sitting together at an outside table. These are not cropped. ISO on the lady is 4000 and the man is 3200.






Street Candid
by Lorey Barnum, on Flickr

Tried getting some up close candids with the 75-300 at a local art walk last week. A couple of these I did a little cropping to get people close by out of the pic but most are no coping. Happy with the noise level with the high ISO's.

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Street Candid by Lorey Barnum, on Flickr

I was hoping for higher...but I'll still take it.

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Tuscany countryside

by Edmunds

Hey guys,

sorry for not being around much lately! I went on a short 5 day vacation, and have been really busy with work afterwards!!

This one's taken from the walls of Pienza, Tuscany. Unfortunately, there was so much haze all days there that I didn't take any of the really great shots I expected to but oh well, I think I made the best of it!

I just bought an E-1 (for fun and for the Kodak CCD)and I would like to have a weatherproof outfit. Is there any prime lens that is weatherproof or do I have to get a zoom in order to go out in the rain?

You Looking At Me!

by Craftysnapper

Robin

havent played with this lens much on the EM-1 but tried it out with my new nikon adapter the other day in the yard. 400MM F7.1

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Late night street walk - b&w

by Robert Watcher

10PM STREET VENDORS



Hamburguesa Stand Behind the Iglesia - E-PL5 : 14mm : f3.5@1/20'th : 5000 ISO : processing in-camera


Hamburguesa Stand Behind the Iglesia - E-PL5 : 14mm : f3.5@1/13'th : 5000 ISO : processing in-camera


Pulperia Across from the Iglesia - E-PL5 : 14mm : f4.5@1/60'th : 5000 ISO : processing in-camera


Pulperia Across from the Iglesia - E-PL5 : 14mm : f4@1/50'th : 5000 ISO : processing in-camera

I love the E-M1. My keeper rate has shot up an order of magnitude from the E-3. The colours in the EVF were stunning but I put that down to jazzed up jpegs till I viewed the raw pics in LR and saw that the colours are still there. It seems Oly and Adobe are finally talking.

One issue, a couple of my ORF's could not be read by LR5.7 yet Viewer 3 could read them. Has anyone else had this issue?