A trio of images, quick snaps, really, from my new (to me) Olympus E-P3. The first two were taken with the diminutive Panasonic 12-32mm pancake zoom.
The first taken with the camera's built-in 'Grainy Film' monochrome 'art filter'--
The second of my resident infected rubber Zombie head, who sits in my writing office to inspire me--
The last, a self-portrait, taken at very low-ambient-light, is interesting because it was taken with the dirt-cheap manual-focus-only 25mm f1.8 lens which the gentleman who sold me the camera included with it. The lens is made by 'Pergear', an independent Chinese company and reputedly retails for under $75 USD. It's a surprisingly solid little all-metal lens...but the jury is definitely out right now.
Another shot from the E-P3 with the diminutive dirt-cheap manual-focus Pergear 25mm lens. If my memory serves me correctly, this was taken at around f/4; the monochrome processing done in Nik's Silver Efex. I rather like the overall look.