Showcase Olympus 12-40mm f/2.8 PRO

AlterKnabe

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Spring time is the time for blooming roses​
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SteveAdler

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A wonderfully flexible and useful lens. I couple it with the Raynox 150 for macro work. It has a very long focal range with the Raynox, providing so many different perspectives with narrow depth of field. It is the last lens I thought to use for macro work with the Raynox, but sometimes you get the most creativity when you choose tools not made for the purpose.
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A wonderfully flexible and useful lens. I couple it with the Raynox 150 for macro work. It has a very long focal range with the Raynox, providing so many different perspectives with narrow depth of field. It is the last lens I thought to use for macro work with the Raynox, but sometimes you get the most creativity when you choose tools not made for the purpose.
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Nice background blur.
 

PeeBee

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58 days into lockdown furlough and I've been working flat out on my house / garden renovation projects. With temperatures here in the UK rising it's getting tougher and my family have been urging me to take a break, and there's not much better than a shiny new lens to divert one's attention. Yesterday, a gorgeous 12-40 Pro landed on my doorstep. These are a few of my first test shots taken on an evening stroll. Daylight was fading and I'm very impressed with the results.........

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mnhoj

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Female (green) and male (red) Australian King parrots
 

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Rainbow Waterfall taken this evening after some rain
 
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Finally got out to practice with my new Formatt Hitech Firecrest ND filters – it was very cold, and there was only a bit of light towards the end of the day, but at least one photo was a keeper :)

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VERY nice! I love the calmness, the softness...it relaxes the watcher.. GOOD JOB.
 
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