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  1. #1
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    Default Featured Forum Thread: 'Olympus 75mm at Brisbane Markets' by PhilS

    Truly a magic lens.

    The flute player with flute - West End Markets

    Roy - The Musician - West End Markets

    swirley potatoe things West End Markets

    swirley potatoe thing up close - West End Markets

    Bird on a bike - West End Markets

    Chilling  - West End Markets

    Chilling  - West End Markets
    Last edited by PhilS; July 7th, 2013 at 12:45 AM.
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    Great shots!!

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    Oh man that bird on a bike shot is terrific !
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    Quote Originally Posted by Livnius View Post
    Oh man that bird on a bike shot is terrific !
    +1

    I honestly got goosebumps when I saw it
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    Quote Originally Posted by uci2ci View Post
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    I honestly got goosebumps when I saw it
    I love how you left the brown colour in the bird's eye!
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    Great set of images with a "magical" lens - have to agree that the bird on a bike shot is also my favourite.


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    Thanks for the feedback people.. I was lucky with the bird. It flew down onto the bike that was situated only 5 metres away from me and I just happened to have my camera at the ready...

    Iconindustries, you are very observant :)
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    Phil, you're getting some great results with your 75mm, but it's merely a tool....and there is NO magic involved. It does what it does and it's up to the photographer to understand it and use it to it's best advantage. You are well on your way.

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    Absolutely stunning shots Phil ... Love the bird on bicycle handle and first one . Well done mate .
    Last edited by Bhupinder2002; July 8th, 2013 at 09:40 PM.
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    Stunning photos!
    Also love the one with the bird
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