1. Box Brownie

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    Some lovely ones here with range of time of day etc ~ as you are an Olympus MFT user I would welcome seeing the EXIF and also any comments as to your PP of the files...... TIA :)
     
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  2. Jake

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    Thanks!

    Will be happy to share EXIF info and PP comments! Will get on this in the next few days.
     
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  3. realspeed

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    went there this year and did the Fjords

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    What a Troll looks like

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  4. Box Brownie

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    TIA and look forward to seeing it/them :)
     
  5. Jake

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    OK, some exif info...
    Sorry for the delay, anyway in order of the pics posted...

    EXIF's:

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    PP wise, I have some presets all good to go for these images. The NL photos are a bit of a pig to find the right balance between getting the processing right and overdoing it then losing detail. I am not sure how my "style" developed this way but on this camera I typically shoot to underexpose (I found the EVF & Screen would cause me to blow the highlights) by .3-.7

    Then I push the exposure back in processing but reduce highlights & push shadows to get the images to "pop"

    HTH :)
     
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  6. Box Brownie

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    Hi Jake

    Thanks for posting those EXIF screengrabs and your PP insights.....I will digest all that in due course :)
     
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  7. Bebop

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    Thanks for sharing.... and here I am trying to resist the Oly 7-14mm :rolleyes:
     
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  8. SFTPhotography

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    And it would be lush and green as opposed to that awful uniform shade of brown that late winter early spring looks like
     
  9. Jake

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    Hehe, good luck :p

    The 7-14 is an excellent excellent lens. HOWEVER, there are a few drawbacks.

    - Compared to the 9-18, it is big and heavy. Thanks to the f/2.8 aperture.
    - The front element is curved like a fisheye, which means you need special adapters to fit filters to it. No such thing as screw-in filters for this lens!

    I would only pick the the 7-14 over the 9-18 if the f/2.8 is needed and/or weather sealing is needed as you plan to shoot in rougher conditions (super cold, rainy/wet etc) - I do not regret buying mine at all. However after having it a few years this is what I think of mine. :)
     
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