Featured: 'A few pics from a Neotropical Rainforest' by rijesh

Dec 03, 2014 - 3:44 PM - by rijesh


Hi all,

I went to Guyana a couple years ago for conservation research and have yet to share these.
They were all taken with an E-M5 with the 12-50mm or 40-150mm lenses.




































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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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O12-40mm/9-18mm
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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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EM-5, p14-45 , p14, , p20, oly 60, p45-200,
fuji X100

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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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