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Old Feb 6, 2017, 6:46 PM   #1
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Default E-M1 and 12-100mm f4 Files from the Day

Latest set, just added to my E-M1 folder, with a wide variety to try and show the diversity of subjects the lens is capable of capturing.

I now have my Photoshop ACR settings down for this combination. I use either the Natural or Vivid Adobe-created profiles, no additional clarity, Sharpening parameters set at 35-1-35 and utilize masking to hold sharpening back in areas where it makes no sense, like open skies/out of focus backgrounds, etc. Also have output sharpening set to High and "Sharpen for Screen".

One comment, I do think the in-lens IS of the 12-100mm f4, coupled with the in-camera IS of the E-M1, is sucking the batteries dry faster than ever. No doubt one of the reasons behind the much beefier battery in the new E-M1.

100mm at f4..



Dogwood....just a matter of time..



Reaching for the sky, at 12mm..



The park..





Singling out detail..



General Landscapes..





A private resident's World War II Memorial..







View from the KATY Trail walk..


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Old Feb 7, 2017, 7:25 AM   #2
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Had to post one more image from the morning after I received the 12-100 and I tried this shot before the sun came up from my office window, 12mm, f4 and ISO 200 at 5/8ths of a second, LOL....just ridiculous. If you click on this and go to the web page, open up the original and check out some of the details.


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Old Feb 7, 2017, 9:05 AM   #3
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Very nice set showing the quality of this lens!
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Thanks for posting. And, thanks for explaining your editing flow in ACR.

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Very nice set showing the quality of this lens!
Ditto! Good job, Greg.
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