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Some from our Holiday to the Solway on Firth - Over the water to Scotland and The Lake District
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love the subtly of the mountain/hill in the background.
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Fish on the bus!
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nice one....approved
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Been chasing seagulls around for a couple of years now, think I finally got a few this holiday!
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I call this Tree . . . a work of art in wood. Bit of LR5 bit of Silver FX
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Erin Checked in for her Eye Operation . . Last Week Wednesday 5th June
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Storage shed in Rickmansworth . . . just sitting there not up to much . . . thinking I should start a project on this . . .
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I use an E-3, and was thinking to move to full frame! However, I had a play with an E-M1 and it is now all up in the air!!! |The knowledge that the E-M1 works happily with the 4/3 lenses makes a difference but something has been bothering me regards the general direction my photography is taking - I started out with landscapes and macro but over the last couple of years have been doing much more people and sports (all as a hobbyist) I find in this direction that poor light and high ISO are more of an issue - my E-3 is a bit fuzzy I feel when pushed above 800. Does anyone have experience with the E-M1 for football and high ISO? Also, with Full Frame an 85 to 105 is my happy zone for portraits, in terms of perspective/degree of flatness and depth of field what should I be looking at with m4/3?
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U can try 45mm f1.8 and 75mm f1.8... These 2 lenses are fantastic. Google around for both lens and watch the reviews. Mayb could go down to any shop and give it a hands on to believe... ;)
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This could be anywhere. However, after a day swimming in the rain in BIM! It makes all the difference for me!
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In passing these flowers needed to be recorded . . .
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Should have posted this first! On the way to checking in!!! Holding mum's hand
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Anyone tried a hangout? Could be fun to have a live crit on a couple of photos?
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First ten in get their reviews . . . got to be quick to get the deal! :-)
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