Olympus pen f monochrome mode

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I was a little slow with the shutter on this photo, I would have preferred the man to be left of center. No editing done apart from the obvious crop and frame that i have done for Instagram.

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Pen F Mono Profile 2, film grain OFF, Highlights and shadows +4/-4

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I agree with Allan, simply superb - what clarity!
I was going to ask what lens, but I see that all yours are Pro lenses, so no real point me asking. :rolleyes-38:
 

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Must say I'm enjoying mono on the Pen F.

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One of the very first photos taken with me new (it's lightly used but new to me) Pen F - in Monochrome 2 mode.

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One more with the Monochrome 2 setting on my Pen F - a streetscape in southern Oregon:

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Another Pen F monochrome. This way of shooting is starting to grow on me ;)

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The Monochrome mode seems to lend it self to a variety of subjects - including impromptu available-light portraits--

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Landscape Pen-f mono mode, Highlights -1, Midtones -2, Shadows -2, Red filter +2. Clicked Auto in LR, and added Dehaze about 68%.
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Here is another, Highlights -1, Midtones -2, Shadows -2, Red filter +2, Clicked Auto in LR, Dehaze 54%. Crop to 16x9 format.

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War memorial, though applicable to any health care or essential worker who is helping the world address a pandemic at their own risk.

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I was a little slow with the shutter on this photo, I would have preferred the man to be left of center. No editing done apart from the obvious crop and frame that i have done for Instagram.

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Mono mode 1 no grain.
Great shot, regardless, but I feel your pain about wishing you had framed it differently. Apologies for stating the obvious but you could have flipped it left to right? Not as perfect as walking into the frame and the light, but might be better. Just picking nits though, it’s a beautiful image.

I’m looking through this thread regretting passing up the Pen F at the recent Olympus outlet sale.
 

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Great shot, regardless, but I feel your pain about wishing you had framed it differently. Apologies for stating the obvious but you could have flipped it left to right? Not as perfect as walking into the frame and the light, but might be better. Just picking nits though, it’s a beautiful image.

I’m looking through this thread regretting passing up the Pen F at the recent Olympus outlet sale.
Cheers Steve.
Even though it's not perfect, it is still one of my favourite photos of 2019.
 
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