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Old Dec 18, 2006, 4:28 PM   #1
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I took a few shots of Epping Forest near my sisters home yesterday - landscapes instead of my usual streetphoto's. I've finally got my head around using the lens - well apart from portraits which I really need to work on. I think Oly was just spot on with its starting 14mm focal range and faster aperture but a bit more reach would have made it even better. Now the only thing that its missing is OIS like the Leica D but I've found that its more than good enough at very slow handheld shutter speeds.

1. Trees and reflections in a pond. ISO200 f5.0 @ 1/50s (14mm)



2. Sun setting over the forest. ISO200 f13 @1/1000s (14mm)


3. Sandy - A lovely Golden Retriever ISO200, f3.5 @ 1/160s (54mm)



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