Take the long way home, it's worth it.

Vivalo

Olympus loser
This evening it was a great moment to capture the wintery atmosphere here in the finnish wastelands. This time I didn't take the shortest way back home from work and I think it was worth it. All are taken with E-P1 and 20mm Pana ISO between 800 and 1250. There is no noise filter added, but quite a lot sharpening to bring the grainy look to them. All are edited from camera jpeg and the last one is staight out of the camera. All are handheld with no external support, thank goodness the IBIS and large aperture.

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This is what one can expect from E-P1 straight out of the camera JPEG, handheld, 1/3 sec, f/1.7, ISO-1250 and auto white balance. Only resize has been made to 960x720 pixels with Olympus Master 2.
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Regards
Ville
 

Narnian

Nobody in particular ...
Yes, there is nothing more inviting than smoke rising from a house or a warm glow from a window on a cold winter's night.
 

Vivalo

Olympus loser
Thanks for your comments. Critique is also very welcome. I'm not very interested in PP but obviously almost every photo needs some sort of post processing, so comments on that are also appreciated.
 
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