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Old Jul 1, 2010, 7:53 PM   #1
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From the Oly w/18-180mm. This is some versatile lens!! I took some shots of stuff around the garden outside today and I got a lot of really nice shots I'll post in a seperate thread.





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Old Jul 1, 2010, 9:05 PM   #2
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... a few more shot outside with the Oly & 18-180mm. I ran these through some soft focus stuff. Hence, the softness







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Gary, I think you may be having way too much fun with that lens. LOL!
Good job.
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Gary, I think you may be having way too much fun with that lens. LOL!
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No such thing, Steven! Thanks very much.
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Gary, looks like that lens is pretty sharp & has good color/contrast.

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Thanks, Charles. I'm sure you'll be seeing more from it.
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All nice, but the first three are especially sharp and detailed.
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All nice, but the first three are especially sharp and detailed.

Thanks, Greg. That's because the first three were with a tripod and the rest were handheld outside.
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