Micro 4/3 Micro 4/3 samples


Probably Not Walter Kernow
Mar 23, 2015
Trying out ultra-wide/fisheye on the hive today -

E-M5 & SLRMagic 8mm f4 - came out better than I expected after remembering the flash (difficult to remain composed when there are lots of tiny flying things surrounding you) -

P8220007 (1) by Walter Kernow, on Flickr

E-M1 & Samyang 7.5mm - not bad, the fishiness is a bit distracting but you can get in pretty close -

P8220010 by Walter Kernow, on Flickr


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Aug 27, 2013
Talent, Oregon (far from the madding crowd)
Miguel Tejada-Flores
I've been a fan of Olympus's 'Art Filters' - a variety of in-camera jpeg processing 'looks' - for some years, dating back nearly a decade to my first digital micro four thirds Olympus, an ancient-but-quite-capable E-PL2. My relatively ancient E-P3 has the same in-camera filters - and I have been playing around with the one Olympus calls 'Pin Hole', whose effect they define as: "...darkens the outer edges of a photograph, therefore enhancing the subject in the center...". All it really is, is a glorified vignette effect - but I rather like it.


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