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How to shoot with an art filter and a scene

Discussion in 'Olympus Cameras' started by ampl465a, Oct 10, 2012.

  1. ampl465a

    ampl465a Mu-43 Regular

    Aug 20, 2012
    Am wondering how u set up the OMD to shoot with an art filter and a scene mode when they are both set on the top dial and must leave one to get to the other? For instance if I want a pin hole effect to a landscape scene.

  2. Bob_tracks

    Bob_tracks New to Mu-43

    Oct 5, 2012
    You can't do so directly. But here's what I suggest:

    Select the scene mode you want, then view the SCP Super Control Panel and write down the settings.
    Then select ART mode and view the SCP. Change any of the settings that might be different from the SCP settings you wrote down for the scene mode. (You might find that you have very few differences between the two different SCP settings.)
    You're now ready to shoot.

    Alternatively, shoot in your desired scene mode, and add your ART via post processing with your favorite software program.
  3. tanglewood

    tanglewood Mu-43 Rookie

    Oct 11, 2012


    Set dial to "landscape" mode. In fact, any PASM will also do.

    Take a photo in "raw" mode.

    Set dial to "pin hole" mode.

    Play the "raw" photo just taken.

    Press "OK".

    Select "Raw Edit".

    Press "OK".

    Et voila!

    .... A landscape has been squeezed through a pinhole!

    .... .... And a new jpg is born!


    It also works for other "art effects".

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