Gunkanjima - E-P1 on a deserted Japanese island.

hmpws

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I will definitely try to get myself there when I visit Japan (though it seems to be quite unstable). Its history is kind of fascinating too.
 

BBW

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Thanks Brian. This photo essay reminds me that we have some older threads in this forum by quite a few members who were into shooting ruins, and abandoned buildings. I have to say that I, too, am very drawn to these kinds of images.
 

nokiamia

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Awesome website. Love the images. Definitely an ultra wide angle lens. I wonder what camera he used.
 

Brian Mosley

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Thanks Brian :) Have often seen your picture threads and photo tips, so it's an honour to have my link picked up by you!
Thanks Michael, and welcome! I hope you will consider spending more time around here... we're making a true home for m4/3rds.

Cheers

Brian
 

Gakuranman

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Will try to :). Have been meaning to get more involved with the photo community. Micro 4/3 is an exciting place to be right now.

I used the E-P1 for the shots on my site.
 

Gakuranman

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Thanks BBW :). I've been around m43 since the launch (got my E-P1 pre-ordered in Japan!) but haven't had much input into the community yet. Hopefully we can start to change that ;)
 
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