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Discussion in 'Adapted Lens Sample Image Showcase' started by Shinka, Jun 20, 2010.
I love that first shot Shinka, thanks for sharing!
A great lens!
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And a diptych from the FT!
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no1 is my pick very nice
amazing pics, Shinka! the oly 40mm looks really happy on your ep1!
It's very happy indeed!
20110313 019b by Ronald S. Smith, on Flickr
Shot taken a f2.0, Iso 200.
Capable of exquisite detail coupled with a soft background.
Some weekend legacy lens shooting - the cat doing her "More cheese please" look.
Shot wide open @ f1.4 - love this lens !
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Great portrait Ron, how far away were you?
I ask because I am considering getting this lens as a "restaurant lens". Very little facial distortion in this shot, unlike when I try to capture this type of portrait with the Panny 20/1.7.
I know I can back up and crop, but....also after the extra speed for very low light.
A tale of two f-stops:
Wide open, a bit soft, but look at that spot-on bokeh!
f/2, slightly sharper, at the cost of a few ninja stars.
From <a href="https://picasaweb.google.com/100583...thkey=Gv1sRgCK6v9ZrYk6j38wE&feat=embedwebsite">Ben and Juliet's wedding</a>
West Coast Fisherman
This retired fisherman was an amazing character. A real advantage of this tiny lens/camera combination is its total lack of intimidation.
I'm loving this lens. The speed it gives makes it unbeatable at night.
Looks more like "More cheese... NOW"
Tim Evans (B&W)
Olympus PEN E-P2 at f/2 1/25s ISO400
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I absolutely love this lens.
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Shoots his cousin