Showcase Panasonic Leica 8-18mm f2.8-4

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Those clouds are amazing!! What did you do for processing, please? Lovely shape, thoughtful image, and a "Wow!" sky.
Nothing special here when it comes to the post processing....one exposure in camera and in Photoshop basic adjustments (shadows, highlights, contras, whites etcetera), some use of radial filters, subtle adjustments to some colors and white balance.
 
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A couple quick shots from my hotel in Mexico (mounted to an Oly EM10 II)

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At 8mm, f/5.6 on E-M1 II.

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Gotta love that field of view plus Oly IBIS.

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My 12-40 has been getting too much attention recently, but here's a recent one with the 8-18. A few interesting points:

- This is taken using the LiveND feature for an effective shutter speed of 1.5s
- It's handheld
- It exhibits a completely reproducible phenomenon with the 8-18 and Oly IBIS at long shutter speeds (certainly over half a second) - and that's blurring at the frame edges, esp left /right. Go pixel peeking and it's quite obvious.
- Lower Slaughter really is the name of the village. There's an Upper Slaughter too => https://goo.gl/maps/9pdJBECHfGajPJoW8
- The river passing through the mill is the River Eye


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The Old Mill at Lower Slaughter by Paul Kaye, on Flickr
 
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I haven't reached for this lens for some time. Thanks for the reminder over the last couple of pages as to how good it actually is. Some beautiful shots .:thumbup::thumbup:
 
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One of the neat things about living in rainy western Oregon are all the waterfalls. Got these three over the course of a couple hours today- two were hikes, one I could drive to (although it was a pretty rough road- high clearance vehicles only).
Spirit Falls- got this one with HHHR
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Trestle Creek Falls- Live ND. I think I like that better than HHHR for waterfalls.
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Champion Creek Falls- also Live ND.
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Looking out the window
E-M1 Mark II Pl 8-18 f2.8/4 ASPH

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Man I love my 7-14mm F2.8 and today got to try this little great lens...and like it a lot.
With ND 3.0 (10 stops), CPL and High Res Mode with E-M1 Mark III

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Leica 8-18mm Vs Oly 7-14mm by Nam Ing, on Flickr
So in addition to the 10 stop ND, does the High Res mode mean your 6 second shutter speed is multiplied by the number of spices level shifts by IBIS? Is that why this looks so smooth too?
 

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