Showcase Laowa 7.5mm f/2

_Jimmy

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I took these two shots on the same day, and I really like both of them, especially when viewed together. I might try to find a third, similar shot and make it a series/tripych kind of thing on the falling/fallen trees theme...

Both are focus stacked (3 shots each), with the Laowa 7.5 f/2 at 5/5.6.
Shot on Olympus OMD E-M1 II.

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RyanM

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The Laowa got a good workout on my recent trip to Lima, Peru; this lens is just phenomenal.

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Basilica de San Francisco de Lima I by Ryan Martinie, on Flickr

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Girl chases pigeons by Ryan Martinie, on Flickr

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Basilica de San Francisco de Lima III by Ryan Martinie, on Flickr

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Basilica de San Francisco de Lima IV by Ryan Martinie, on Flickr

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Easter - Catedral de Lima IV by Ryan Martinie, on Flickr

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Easter - Catedral de Lima VII by Ryan Martinie, on Flickr

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Easter - Catedral de Lima VIII by Ryan Martinie, on Flickr
 
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@5.6...
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7.5mm @ f2.0 = bokeh? Yes, indeed.
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Some shots from a recent backpacking trip in Ansel Adams Wilderness. All taken with the Em1ii @ ISO 200 (night shots at F2, golden hour shots stopped down quite a bit). The sun flare shot took a lot of frequency separation work to deal with lens flare & isn't super clean:

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RyanM

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I love this lens.

E-M5, f/5.6, 1/1000s, ISO200

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E-M5, f/5.6, 1/1250s, ISO200

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E-M5, f/5.6, 1/2500s, ISO200

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Caught some Milky Way camping by Donner Lake this weekend! Wonderful lens for backpacking & camping, especially given the small size.

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keszozda

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One frame from a recent time lapse. Unfortunately there is tons of color flickering in the time lapse that I can’t seem to get rid of.
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_Jimmy

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f/5.6, ISO 200, 0.8s
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