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EM-1 M.Zuiko Digital 75 mm f1,8

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Having some fun with a little still life/product photography today :)

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EM-1 Mark II Olympus M.Zuiko Digital 75 mm. F/1.8

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Just got my 75 going to Learn to love this lens the guys at the camera store where I shop said that the 75 is one of the “original” lenses and how sharp they are
Where RichardC did you capture your image
I can confirm that my 75mm is a very sharp lens wide open.

The lemur was shot at a small zoo (Hoo Farm) here in the UK. I bought a 'zookeeper experience' for my daughter (and one for me) and you basically traipse around the various enclosures to feed the animals.

The lemurs in this cage were all hand-reared and consequently very tame. This lemur had a baby, just visible at the bottom of the pic. So, I was in the cage with the lemurs while six kids were keeping them busy with a big box of spinach leaves and bananas. They are about the same size as our maine coon cats - I was about three feet away at most, sunshine pouring through the cage roof. Dead lucky really. Couldn't miss.

(I told everyone else I went to Madagascar).
 

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I can confirm that my 75mm is a very sharp lens wide open.

The lemur was shot at a small zoo (Hoo Farm) here in the UK. I bought a 'zookeeper experience' for my daughter (and one for me) and you basically traipse around the various enclosures to feed the animals.

The lemurs in this cage were all hand-reared and consequently very tame. This lemur had a baby, just visible at the bottom of the pic. So, I was in the cage with the lemurs while six kids were keeping them busy with a big box of spinach leaves and bananas. They are about the same size as our maine coon cats - I was about three feet away at most, sunshine pouring through the cage roof. Dead lucky really. Couldn't miss.

(I told everyone else I went to Madagascar).
Thanks I have a feeling you’re daughter was elated with the “zoo experience “ and you came away with a winning shot
 
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A single image of Onna where I used the 75mm (cross-posted from Portraits).
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One indoor, one outdoor.
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How is Shadow working out for you Steve? He looks like he likes to pose at least.
He's been wonderful. Really helping me get through a rough start to the year. Thanks for asking. Total joy around other dogs. I need to get some good video to show his true personality. He hops around like a giant rabbit. I've been taking him everywhere with me. He's still shy at times around people (and me) and loves going to the dog park to play (opposite of Nibbles/Lacy who were more people oriented). He'd love to have a buddy to live with I think. He moves a lot and is fast, so it's hard to get photos unless he's laying down. I took these after plenty of exercise. I'm not as well practiced with moving objects, but plan on getting plenty of practice. :drinks:
 
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Cross-posted in the portraits thread too.

I haven't taken this lens out in a while (been using the 40-150mm PRO), and I got reminded very quickly how much I love this lens.

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JTR by Mulyadi Robin, on Flickr

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JTRES by Mulyadi Robin, on Flickr
 
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