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Discussion in 'The Display Case' started by avedwards, Aug 31, 2011.
And some more from the lake:
Nice shots and a great little Camera. I was an Olympus guy myself back in the film days with OM-1, OM-3, and OM-4. Still have the OM-4 and a bunch of lenses.
Thanks. Your shots are excellent too!
I still regularly shoot with my OM-2 also. I have four lenses, and as a backup body, my old OM-G (aka OM-20). The OM-2 is undoubtedly the most ergonomically pleasant SLR I've ever used, with outstanding lenses and dead-on metering. (I also sometimes use an Olympus Stylus Epic point-and-shoot that was originally my son's camera before he went digital. Yet another very small, seriously great Olympus camera!)
I also shoot with a Nikon F2 and a bunch of Nikkor lenses - I inherited this equipment, and MUCH more, from my parents, who ran a small commercial studio for over 50 years. Of course, the Nikon produces outstanding images too, is built like a piece of military hardware, and is also a hoot to shoot... but lugging around a camera its size/weight is a chore. Especially compared to the OM-2. Speaking of smaller...
I was a Minox subminiature shooter for much of my life too, but that teeny negative requires really sharp shooting/processing/printing (and/or scanning/tweaking) skills, and I'm not up to it any more. So I retired my Minoxes last year and got my half-frame Pen F repaired - I wasn't ready to give up on smaller-than-full-frame-35mm negatives yet!
Mini camp site:
Same on Pentax ME Super.
That's, why I freakin' love June!
Flowers of the Ragwort.
Raindrops on a maple leaf.
Summer storm over Inverness
: the view from my room.
Daybreak along the river.
Ragwort? That isn't one of those Harry Potter things, is it?
Refurbished some old photos of mine:
Very nice... what are the glowing sparkles in the water? bioluminescent Creatures or reflection of stars?
Thank you very much!
I fear the lights are way less natural, these were just some LEDs on the ground of the pool.
Haha. I was realizing it was a pool and not ocean after I commented. Still beautiful photo.