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ROAD TRIPS

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My wife has been visiting her family for two weeks. So I decided to do a few road trips these last two weekends during that time while she was away and take a few photos.

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Very nice! I love the scenic/urban shots. I'm very much a scenic photographer, so those appeal well with my tastes. I love how you included some waterfronts and narrower scenic alleyways as well.

The viewing angles are great as well. What camera are you using?
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(April 27th, 2014 at 3:29 PM)Darth-Apple Wrote: Very nice! I love the scenic/urban shots. I'm very much a scenic photographer, so those appeal well with my tastes. I love how you included some waterfronts and narrower scenic alleyways as well.

The viewing angles are great as well. What camera are you using?

Thank you!

Mostly my new Olympus EM1. And I got nostalgic and took out my first DSLR ancient Panasonic L1 for a couple of the shots I shared. When I got the EM1 Micro 4/3 camera they had a deal going you get the waterproof adapter so I can fully use all my 4/3 lenses. They focus faster on EM1 then they do with my Olympus E30. One of my 4/3 lenses is water proof so with the adapter and camera also being water proof it can be fun to take pictures in the rain. But most of these shots was taken with my new M4/3 50mm equivalent lens. It almost never get removed from my camera.
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Ah, nice. The clarity of those photos is great, so it seems that you've done a good job with the focus controls and all that.

I don't really have the benefit of a lens to work with, which makes zoom difficult. As for the color balance and brightness, all of that can be edited later, but poor zoom is the big disadvantage I have with my camera with it not having a real lens.
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(April 28th, 2014 at 2:21 AM)Darth-Apple Wrote: Ah, nice. The clarity of those photos is great, so it seems that you've done a good job with the focus controls and all that.

I don't really have the benefit of a lens to work with, which makes zoom difficult. As for the color balance and brightness, all of that can be edited later, but poor zoom is the big disadvantage I have with my camera with it not having a real lens.

Most of these were taken with my prime lens 50mm. No zoom on a prime. What lens are you using? Or do you have a camera with a fixed lens?
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Great pics. Where were these taken?
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(May 6th, 2014 at 3:09 AM)AcoG000 Wrote: Great pics. Where were these taken?

Northern Florida at The town of Micanopy, Cedar Key Island, Southern Florida at a place called Solomons Castle and a town called Arcadia the king of antiques in Florida.
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(May 7th, 2014 at 12:16 AM)TRUE LIBERTY Wrote: Northern Florida at The town of Micanopy, Cedar Key Island, Southern Florida at a place called Solomons Castle and a town called Arcadia the king of antiques in Florida.

Ah good choices there.
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