loved the rendering ...:)
First one. Love it. Your conversion to black and white is terrific in my view.
Thanks Chris! Very simple and easy conversion, nothing special really.
Perhaps, but it is effective none the less. :)
Chris, I think it was due to the dramatic lighting. I did very little, the shot was already there!
Can almost hear the guy screaming or singing... :-)
Johan, screaming actually haha.
Great shots, Robin! You're really settling in with that 45mm, I see.Just out of curiosity, how did you meter the scene?Regards,Steve
Thanks seadrive! I used Aperture Priority, Center Weighted metering, but I judged the exposure balance through the EVF. The light changed dramatically so from the EVF I decided on the corresponding EV compensation. I used between -1.7EV to -2.3EV to get the right exposure.
great picture Robin!!! i can feel from that picture... nice job..
Beautiful, love it!
the first picture, nice..
First shot is great
Hello Robin.I have off-topic question: Is there any possibility to track / find stolen camera? I have the serial number, user manual, box.
You might want to try www.stolencamerafinder.com/
Unfortunately it cannot find my camera.
Sorry to hear about the loss of your camera Алексей, i too have a case where my DSLR was snatched from me.
I decided to ask you because the stolen camera was em-5 and as I remember you are working in Olympus. Might be a little possibility to track / find on Olympus side?
No we do not offer such service. I don't think any camera manufacturer can do.
The firmware updater sends to the server the serial number of the camera, to download olympus viewer user have to enter the serial number and then it send to the olympus server too. By the way thanks. You are the man who made me try E-m5.
Very, very nice indeed. The first shot would be my favorite. The rendering in B/W is lovely.