Thanks to the awesome folks at Looking Glass Photo I had a chance to test out a shiny new Olympus camera this weekend. For free, and you can too! Well, at least if you live in the Bay area. Here’s a … Continue reading →
After taking some time to get good OOC B&W images from the OMD EM5 with Zeiss C Sonnar 50/1.5, I’m now taking a closer look at the color profile of this lens/sensor combo. So far, so good, but JPEGs aren’t quite as … Continue reading →
The Cubs played in Oakland this weekend, and I got a chance to test the maximum resolution of my backup camera. This is a 3:2 aspect ratio crop from the original 4:3 ratio 12mp image file. I upped the resolution … Continue reading →
Someone has been very busy painting murals. It gives me a chance to really test the sensor on my camera to see if I can get the intensity and color tone to reproduce right. I’ve been thinking that the combination of shapes and colors in this frame just seem to work.
Wall in Oakland. Ajustments in Aperture 3, AS Exposure Kodachrome filter, cropped for 20 x 30 print.
Here are the first few pictures that caught my attention after walking around town this weekend. The colors from the Olympus OM-D E-M5 are really starting to impress me after a couple months playing around with various exposures in different lighting … Continue reading →