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Discussion in 'Street, Documentary, and Portrait' started by rkris, Apr 26, 2014.

  1. rkris

    rkris Mu-43 Regular

    Jun 15, 2013
    I brought along the EP-5 with my three primes, 12-17-45, to Paris last week. Even though I did bring the Nikon D800, I only used the EP-5. The small size is just perfect for a travel camera. The lens range was fine and I had time to change lenses as needed. When I was not shooting any particular, I used the 17 mm. Otherwise I used the 12 mm for wide shoots and the 45 mm for longer end. The distribution between the three lenses was as follows: 12 mm - 47 %, 17 mm - 22 % and 45 mm - 31 %. When the focal length did not include all that I wanted, I just shot a panorama (either horizontal or vertical) and the stitched the images together in PS. Here are a few samples (more available on my Flickr):

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  2. m43happy

    m43happy Mu-43 Top Veteran Subscribing Member

    Feb 18, 2012
    I love Paris. Great pictures!
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  3. riverr02

    riverr02 Mu-43 Veteran

    May 2, 2011
    New York
    Fantastic photos of a fabulous city. Thanks for sharing.
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  4. arprok13

    arprok13 Mu-43 Regular

    Jan 3, 2014
    This is my travel kit too! I tend to use 17 the most. As you said..typically when not shooting in particular. I'm new to photography. Can you recommend a tutorial video or link for panorama stitch?
  5. rkris

    rkris Mu-43 Regular

    Jun 15, 2013
    I'm sure there are tutorials on youtube, but I haven't seen any. I just open the images in ps and use the panorama function on the open images. Full automatic, not complicated at all.
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