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Discussion in 'Native Lenses' started by Starred, Jul 16, 2012.
Saw this in another forum
Would you mind providing a link to the original forum? I would like to read his possible other comments and ask him some questions... Like what are the men doing sitting over the water?!
fantastic shots with great colour and sharpness!
12-35 Reviews [Page 1]: Micro Four Thirds Talk Forum: Digital Photography Review
Thanks for sharing this link....some really excellent images there and those low light/dusk shots at the end are very interesting. It sets like this that end up costing me a lot of money.
That was exactly my thoughts after I opened the link
Those are some amazing images, great work by Chris there.
Great photography (and post-processing).
My thoughts exactly. Although I own and love this lens, and have no doubt that the photographer is very talented, I think the pp has been performed beautifully. I wish I had access to the settings used!
If it helps any, this dude could probably have taken a kit zoom with him and come back with images not too far removed from these (at least that's what I'm telling myself).
Agreed. And not to take away from his skills as a photographer or his finesse in PP...but a location like that so full of wonderful color and rich texture certainly helps.
I use the same presets this guy uses, which are from VSCO and heres the twit that he used the OMD plus the 12/35 plus all PP was done with VSCO Film
Thanks for sharing [email protected]Chris Sorensen - Portrait & Travel Photographer - sri lanka ”
Fantastic Images. Makes me want to get that lens.
They are great images, but given typical web size images I think they'd look just about the same taken with a 14-42 kit lens.
I don't doubt the 12-35 is a great lens, though, and I'll almost certainly buy one.
What are the presets?
Check them out here: VSCO Film | Visual Supply Co
Anyone already use them with Aperture 3? I'm tempted but it would be nice to hear from someone who has already taken the plunge.
i use them with LR4 and they just work! (well, for me at least)