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Old 09-01-2009   #1
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Arrow Post your Olympus E-P1 shots

The Olympus E-P1 gets a lot of flack here and there. Some from me too. But I do like using it, and I'm sure there are a few out there who do too, so lets see some photos you have taken with it!


Here is one to get the ball rolling. This cat should be doing a better job looking after this shop but as they say... good help is so hard to find these days...




Taken with the kit zoom lens ISO 3200

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macros first
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macros first

There we go. In the couple of weeks I've had this camera, I've become fond of it. It's not exactly a rangefinder but performs a lot better than the p/s I have (had), including here the gx100. These macros were all taken with the standard zoom, 'out of the hand' so not perfect, but even so, show us what the e-p1 is capable of.
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and some portraits
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and some portraits

... still trying to figure out how to get them larger sized on rff ...
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Old 09-01-2009   #4
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A very fun camera, albeit, gimmicky. Pop filter straight from camera.



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Old 09-01-2009   #5
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Here's a few....
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Very nice photos !
it is not the perfect camera but it sure seems to produce some great results.
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Old 09-01-2009   #9
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Here are a few more taken in China with the kit zoom:


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Taken with Zeiss 21mm f2.8 ZM lens
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The wine storage
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The wine storage

A part of our wine "cellar", photographed with the E-P1 at ISO 6400 with the Jupiter-8. JPG straight from camera.

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Old 09-02-2009   #11
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Oh alright then...

1. Pop Tart Filter

(yes, I know it's really called the 'Pop Art' filter, but a friend of mine coined the 'Pop Tart' description for it and I always think of it as that now)

2. Pinhole filter

Actually, this looks better than the default picture (I always shoot RAW, which saves an unblemished RAW and a filtered JPEG - or you can add effects in the Olympus software later)

3. Grainy B/W filter

(Actually, I think this effect is maybe too contrasty, but this example looks pretty good, especially on a print)

4. With Voigtlander 15mm Super Wide Heliar fitted

The 15mm lens works quite well - bags of DOF, who needs autofocus?

5. With Voigtlander 75mm Color Heliar fitted
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Old 09-02-2009   #12
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Here is a shot that is pretty different then my normal affair. Took this on my trip back to the states this summer. Taken on Mount Rainer with the Zeiss 50mm f2 Planar ZM lens. When looked at 100% its obvious the camera is not capturing what all the lens can give it, but as for a cheap crutch to use my M mount lenses in the digital world, fine.
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I have been fortunate to be able to borrow a EP-1 and it is a fun camera. My only complaint is getting out of enlarged manual focus. I wish pushing the shutter release would take you back to normal view. But I have no problems with the image quality.
Here are 3 shots, the Howdy Doody image using a Leitz Elmar 90mm/4.0 wide open. The ceramic fish was using a Nikkor 50mm/2.0 H RF lens at 2.8. And the flower was the Nikkor 50mm/2.0 H set at 18" close focus.
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BUMP.







All shot with the E-P1 and 17/2.8.

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Here's one captured using the Olympus 7-14mm zoom on a tripod. IIRC, the exposure was in the 30-second range at ISO 100 and f5.6...


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An enjoyable thread. Nice to see some work from photographers using the E-P1. This shot with the 17mm lens, ISO800, processed in LR2.5.
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Avotius, I really like your images as usual. The noise, combined with the rich color really works.

In general, the higher iso images look better to my eyes. Low iso looks too plasticy and digital. Wasn't really thinking of getting one of these but some of these photos have whet my appetite.
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Amy - very nice images. Are you using the OVF?
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Amy,
The B&W's are real nice....nice eyes.....
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The B&W's are real nice....nice eyes.....
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Amy - very nice images. Are you using the OVF?
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Nope... just use the LCD... and thanks!
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