Showcase Olympus 14-42mm f/3.5-5.6

Rod Souter

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Chris in Corsica

Taken on a motorcycle holiday.

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pmkwan

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Nightshtos , Hong Kong ,26/12/2009. EP2 + mZD14-42
#1 1/15s
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#2 1/2s
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Lex

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some snowy snow pics:

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Twas a wonderful day

A fine March day at USA's most photographed lighthouse, Nubble in York, Maine. ALSO first Oly EP-2 shot and first image adjusted in Aperture. Much to learn in both areas.

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CanonDude

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ISO 800, f4, 1/80th, 17mm, E-PL1, *36th Annual Fort Worth Texas Motorama* 03-07-10
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jpaek

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Hello all,

I have to admit, the E-P1 was the tipping point to finally get myself into photography. I am new to all of this, but I'm learning lots :). Despite some of the negative reviews I hear of this lens, I love its FOV. Here is a picture at the dog park that came out surprisingly well.

1/40s f/3.5 iso500 @ 14mm
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Boyzo

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Honda Exhaust

An underrated lens E-P2 jpeg
Great shots thus far

1/250th ISO100 F5.6 @30mm (60mm)

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Boyzo

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A few of my favourites so far - all with the E-P1 + mZD 14-42mm

A great, flexible lens - good for near macro shots, surprisingly good bokeh.


Brian
Nice series Brian .. this lens is good the 3rd shot is very nice in terms of natural colour great shot too for natural light.

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BBW

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Hello all,

I have to admit, the E-P1 was the tipping point to finally get myself into photography. I am new to all of this, but I'm learning lots :). Despite some of the negative reviews I hear of this lens, I love its FOV. Here is a picture at the dog park that came out surprisingly well.

1/40s f/3.5 iso500 @ 14mm
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jpaek, hello and thanks so much for this introduction of yours with that seriously appealing puppy photo! Welcome to the discussion forum and congratulations upon joining the photographic world with your E-P1! :biggrin:

If you haven't had a chance to yet, you should really check out the threads in the Image Works forum and stop by the Welcome and Intro. thread, too.

Now back to our regularly programmed thread.

And I agree boyzo - great jpegs!:wink:
 
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