Featured:'The Isle Of Man'

Nov 18, 2014 - 5:03 AM - by Alpha Whiskey Photography


A stunningly beautiful place, replete with mountains, beaches, waterfalls, castles, ruins, fantastic sunsets and friendly people. Great place to visit. All shot with the Olympus EM-5 and 12-40mm F/2.8, with one or two from the Olympus 60mm F/2.8.























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Featured:'Bangkok Cityscape'

Nov 10, 2014 - 7:54 AM - by Etude


Hi all, sharing some cityscape shots during a recent trip to Bangkok. Not a lot of photos as it was a short trip.
All taken with E-M5.



Temple of Dawn
Wat Arun
12-40mm
Visited a bar just to take this shot. Tripod is not allowed at the bar. Fortunately, they allowed me to use a clamp and I managed to catch a uniform light trail of a cruise ship passing by.



Sky View
P7-14mm
Taken from the sky bar at Lebua at State Tower. The rare sunset I managed to shoot as it was raining almost every single day.



Highway Spin
Ratchaprarop Tower Mansion
P7-14mm
One of the vantage points in Bangkok. I had to pay 1500 THB (46USD) to go to the rooftop just to shoot this image. A great view to shoot but I doubt I will come back again in future. Shooting at Lebua Sky Bar is cheaper as I only need to pay for a drink to shoot at the bar.

This shot also shows a gap in m43 lens for me. A 7mm-8mm that can take ND filter. I was not able to achieve the light trail I wanted due to the lack of filter. I know there are DIY options available but I really wish someone can fill that gap.



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Featured: 'Micro Four Thirds for Cyclocross - my journey from full frame (pic heavy)' by ean10775

Nov 04, 2014 - 11:09 AM - by ean10775
This cyclocross or 'CX' season marks my first without a full frame DLSR, having divested my Canon gear in favor of something lighter and easier to carry on the course. I struggled with this decision, seeing as an equivalent setup for my uses was not available with the m43 system at the time.

Unlike many who favor a zoom for shooting sports, in the past couple years I have shot local and professional races exclusively with a Canon 5D Mark II and EF 200mm f2.8 lens:

KirtlandParkCX-025 by ericarthur, on Flickr

Cincy3-035 by ericarthur, on Flickr

Cincy3-005 by ericarthur, on Flickr

Cincy3-003 by ericarthur, on Flickr

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Featured: 'The fair comes to town' by Al.

Oct 22, 2014 - 3:15 PM - by Al.
The following images are from the worlds biggest travelling fair, That arrives into Hull (my home city) for 1 week every year, records show its been coming here since the 13th century.

All shot with EM-5 and Panasonic 14mm lens, all shot out of camera jpegs.

(note 3rd image is a blend of night and day)



















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Featured: 'Bagan, Myanmar' by Zee

Sep 23, 2014 - 9:29 PM - by Zee
Some of my shots from Bagan, Myanmar. C&C welcome...

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Bagan1 (26 of 26) by pasaway_zee, on Flickr

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Bagan1 (24 of 26) by pasaway_zee, on Flickr

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Bagan1 (25 of 26) by pasaway_zee, on Flickr

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Bagan1 (23 of 26) by pasaway_zee, on Flickr

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Bagan1 (21 of 26) by pasaway_zee, on Flickr

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Featured Forum Thread "Namibia with OMD" by Oloap

Sep 05, 2014 - 10:53 AM - by oloap
Hello everyone,

I'm just back from a spectacular roundtrip in Namibia. I was in a small group of photo enthusiasts and we had a lot of fun, Namibia is a photographic paradise!
Unfortunately I had not enough time to visit the Etosha Park, so it was mainly a landscape safari.

These are some of my favorite shots. Hope you enjoy :)

Exif are intact.

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P8220448

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Featured Thread "Montreal to New York passing by Quebec and Tadoussac" by jo45800

Sep 01, 2014 - 10:25 PM - by jo45800
Hi everyone,

For 2 weeks I have some member of my family who are visiting me from France In Montreal (Canada).

I will share here the pictures I took from our 6 first days trip.

By the way, please don't be upset by my english, It's not my native language, and the french are world famous for being bad in English.

For the first day we visited Montreal, then the next day Quebec city, the third Tadoussac, and to end the 6 days we visited New York city for 3 days.
I always loved New York City and I enjoy visiting this wonderful city every time, so I will start with the end, and I will start with part one:

New York:

Street Photography: New York City is a real playground for street photography, the possibilities are endless:

The Famous Naked Cowboy on time Square:
Naked cowboy time square

Naked cowboy time square

Time Square's people:
Thinking number 4 (Time Square)

Time Square Street photo
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