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PostPosted: Mon May 11, 2009 3:04 am 
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Yes, let's post more 14-54 photos!! :) Shot these with my 2nd time around with the E-620. Decided to give the E-620 another chance. Shot the photos in RAW, and processed them through Olympus Master, except for the one that was taken with the "pop art" filter, which can only be taken on JPG.

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Time to bump Oly to the top of the thread.

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A HDR image I made with the E-30 and the 14-54mm I

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A few samples I've taken with the 14-54 and the E-3.

Mate of mine during a photowalk. :)

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E-3, 15-54, 54mm, f/3.5, ISO100, 1/50s

My grandmother, natural light.

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E-3, 14-54, 42mm, f/3.5, ISO400, 1/60s

Did this portrait of a couple of BP execs, though it was pretty funny, as I was thinking of the classic photo of Brunel during the building of the Great Eastern, they loved the idea, so we went away. The 14-54 worked flawlessly as usual this day, and was suited for the task as it was raining, the weather sealing were good to have.

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E-3, 14-54, 23mm, f/5.6, ISO100, 1/80s

Catholic priest in Barcelona.

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E-3, 14-54, 14mm, f/4, ISO200, 1/250s

Tommy Cash, the brother of Johnny. Lighted by one flash from my right with a small softbox.

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E-3, 14-54, 33mm, f/4, ISO250, 1/50s

Couple of portraits for a portrait interview, lighted with a flash on a stand with an umbrella.

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E-3, 14-54, 54mm, f/6.3, ISO100, 1/160s

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E-3, 14-54, 19mm, f/5.6, ISO100 1/160s

Just my old man. Lighted from the left with a flash on stand with umbrella.

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E-3, 14-54, 54mm, f/8.0, ISO100, 1/250s

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i notice you leave waaay too much space above your people shots.. don't like most of them tbh.. love the second one of that lady..

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We can't all be the same, I like space above my subject, in some cases it's also done to facilitate a title. And even when it isn't, I like the space.

But thank you for you reply anyhow, always appreciated. :)

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A few more.

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E-3, 14-54, 22mm, f/8, ISO100, 1/250s

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E-3, 14-54, 23mm, f/6.3, ISO100, 1/50s

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