Interior architecture with E-M1

Discussion in 'Olympus Cameras' started by Lakewood, Mar 8, 2014.

  1. Lakewood

    Lakewood New to Mu-43

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    Mar 8, 2014
    Cincinnati, OH USA
    Just got my E-M1 a few weeks ago and loving it. Last week I had the opportunity to shoot some large church interiors with the E-M1. I normally would use my full frame D800 for this sort of work, but I wanted to try out my new Pan 7-14 and Rokinon 7.5mm fisheye. Needless to say I was very well pleased. The 7-14 is very sharp to the edges and shows very little distortion after Lightroom automatic straightening. All of the 7-14 images have been corrected in LR to eliminate most of the perspective distortions, while the fisheye images have not been corrected. All had some basic editing in Lightroom and a couple were combined from bracketed exposures in Photomatrix to be able to show the stained glass windows.

    A couple from the Cathedral Basilica in Covington,KY:
    http://bit.ly/1fg60Jc
    http://bit.ly/1hW7TPv

    and a few from churches in Mercer County, OH:
    http://bit.ly/1fg6ijg
    http://bit.ly/1hW86lX
    http://bit.ly/1hW8bWS
    http://bit.ly/1lJaIas

    The rest can be seen at: http://alpeter.zenfolio.com/p705811286 and http://alpeter.zenfolio.com/p1031806186 .
    Thanks for looking!
     
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  2. tomO2013

    tomO2013 Mu-43 Top Veteran Subscribing Member

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    Oct 28, 2013
  3. Lakewood

    Lakewood New to Mu-43

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    Mar 8, 2014
    Cincinnati, OH USA
    Actually, I am going print a couple of them today. Based on past experience they will look great at 17x22, which is the largest my printer will do.
    Thanks for the comment.
     
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