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All taken with EM5 and Panasonic 12-32.

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jime

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Great shots, love them all and love the city, one of my favorites.


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desmoface

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Awesome. I was fortunate enought to visit spain in the 80's, one of the most beautiful countries.

Steve
 

nang3

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nice pics, we are heading thru Barcelona in about 3 months and will be taking my EM-5 and 14-140mm and maybe another wider lens like the Oly 12mm... did you ever find yourself needing wider than the 12mm?
 

lightmonkey

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Gaudi is a genius,


Theres a bit of (purple) fringing in some spots that could be cleaned up
 
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Thanks for the nice comments. It was my first time in Barcelona, but definitely not my last!

Regarding the 12-32, I found that 12mm was wide enough for everything I wanted to shoot. Definitely a nice addition to field of view over the 14mm kit lens. I could have done with a wider aperture on occasion ... forgot to take my P20!

Regarding the purple fringing, yes, it's very noticeable in some cases. Shot 3 already has had some defringing done in LR5. It mainly seems to be a problem at the shorter focal lengths. But overall I was very pleased with the 12-32, especially because it's so small.
 

jmax

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Excuse me for adding pictures to your post but I think I got your last picture from the other side, ;)
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Congratulations for your pictures and original compositions. Barcelona have a lot of historical architecture interest, (apart from Gaudí) especially Born and cathedral area

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Excuse me for adding pictures to your post but I think I got your last picture from the other side, ;)
Yes, I think you did! Taken in the Born district, of course. Thanks for posting.

I suppose on a first visit, Gaudi's work is going to be at the top of any tourist's list. But, yes, the Born and the Gothic quarter are very interesting as well.
 

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