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Old Apr 16, 2012, 10:08 PM   #1
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Default Early Evening Wildflowers with the E-P3

One of the nicer stands on my drive home from the office, and this evening I played around with backlight, using the 45mm f1.8.

The 45 works great for this, but man, I cannot wait for that 75mm f1.8 to hit the stores. If I had to choose between buying an E-M5 first right now or the 75/1.8, I think I might just choose the lens.

and a couple of other non-backlit shots with the 45/1.8..

One last, with the 25mm f1.4 Panasonic Leica, at f1.6..

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Old Apr 16, 2012, 10:50 PM   #2
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I like all of these, it's a fun time of day for some interesting lighting results. The 45 is so really good, it is hard to imagine how good the 60 & 75 may be.
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Ah...that 45mm! Nice series, Greg.

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Old Apr 18, 2012, 7:24 AM   #4
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Really nice flower shots Greg.
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Nice shots Greg. Geez that 45mm is indeed a very sharp lens.
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