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Dec 06, 2016 21:19 |  #331

i like your bw processing,is that in light room,is it a custom preset or a generic preset


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Dec 06, 2016 21:29 |  #332

genesimmons wrote in post #18205606 (external link)
this was actually in a museum in yellowknife canada,its a great museum,i go often when i travel thru for work. they have many very life like displays there,there is a wicked polar bear display too

Either way, still a great shot!


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Dec 06, 2016 21:31 |  #333

genesimmons wrote in post #18205608 (external link)
i like your bw processing,is that in light room,is it a custom preset or a generic preset

Thank you.

These were edited using Nik Effects plugin using some custom settings I created.

They were also shot with a 720nm IR filter, so the skies are more dramatic and the trees are much brighter than they would have been using natural lighting.


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Dec 07, 2016 07:31 |  #334

Colorado CJ wrote in post #18205618 (external link)
Thank you.

These were edited using Nik Effects plugin using some custom settings I created.

They were also shot with a 720nm IR filter, so the skies are more dramatic and the trees are much brighter than they would have been using natural lighting.


hmm i have a ir filter,i may have to dig it out and try it again,what were your settings for those,are they all around 20-30 second exposures


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Dec 07, 2016 07:45 as a reply to  @ genesimmons's post |  #335

1/2 to 1 second at 200 ISO and around f4.
These cameras will auto focus and meter correctly through the filter, so I just set it to aperture priority and start shooting!

I actually am able to handhold the camera for photos if I use between 400-640ISO.

These cameras take an IR filter excellently, easily giving the "wood effect".

I don't think they really have a IR blocking filter on the sensor, and if they do, it is VERY weak.

Here's another, shot handheld at my shop and color corrected for color IR look.

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Dec 07, 2016 20:02 |  #336

what brand of ir are u using,mine is a cheap one off amazon,i think its a 72mm though,i originally got it to use on my canon 70d. it didn't net nice results,ill try it on the em5,i won't have a auto focus lens it will fit on as i only have the 12-50 and its tiny,ill use one of my manual lenses.


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Dec 07, 2016 20:47 as a reply to  @ genesimmons's post |  #337

A real cheap one off of Amazon. I bought a 67mm by accident, but I'm using it on my 1w-40mm f2.8 with a step up ring.

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Dec 11, 2016 10:41 |  #338

I took my E-M1 and the rest of my m4/3's gear on a trip to New Zealand......what a place

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Dec 15, 2016 12:27 |  #339

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Dec 15, 2016 23:41 |  #341

Man My M5II has been sitting in my bag for 3 months untouched. Checking this thread out makes me want to go shoot something ASAP!


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Dec 16, 2016 11:02 |  #342

Just a heads up, I'll be selling my entire Oly kit, if anyone is interested in a lens or body. https://photography-on-the.net …/showthread.php​?t=1472577




  
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Dec 16, 2016 11:09 |  #343

Menelaus wrote in post #18214768 (external link)
Just a heads up, I'll be selling my entire Oly kit, if anyone is interested in a lens or body. All gear is in the signature.

u selling to fund the em1m2 its a whole new camera


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Dec 16, 2016 11:12 as a reply to  @ genesimmons's post |  #344

No, I'm going to shift back to Canon. I really miss full frame, I feel like making my best images was always easier with the bigger bodies. I will miss the supreme portability, though!




  
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Dec 16, 2016 14:02 |  #345

My first shot with the M1ii + PL100-400mm.
Early morning, Sun had not crested the hill.
I'm new but officially in the Olympus club. Poof, my
better-half tells me she is very happy to be able to shoot
at ISO 2500 now, who knows maybe we can now push up to
3200 without worry?
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