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Old Aug 15, 2013, 2:05 PM   #1
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These are from a while back and I was going though then today. I don't think I've shown them all before. And (he says, starting a sentence with a conjunction) I haven't contributed for a while.

And! No, it's not my backyard.


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Ken: those are super. Excellent color on all of them, and everything looks good. The saturation, contrast, focus, and composition are click together. You really make that old E-500 perform.
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Hey, want to see some more.....????













What do I really think of all this...?

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Ken: those are super. Excellent color on all of them, and everything looks good. The saturation, contrast, focus, and composition are click together. You really make that old E-500 perform.
Hey! You were quick..

Thanks Steven. For good daylight shots like these (Or landscapes) I still love the E500 that I believe is the old kit 45-150 lens. I prefer the 70-300 for that type of shot these days.

Until I get the E30 with the 50-200 that is..
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All those shots are showing just super on my laptop.

(I would guess they were all shot at low ISO based on the lack of noise in the shots. )
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All those shots are showing just super on my laptop.

(I would guess they were all shot at low ISO based on the lack of noise in the shots. )
At 200, about as high as I go these days. 300 now and then depending..!
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Hey Ken

Ditto with Steve's comment.. Some superb pics, love the composition to quiet a few of them !
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And I thoroughly enjoyed seeing all to the point that image quality criteria mentioning ain't necessary. Thanks, fun!
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Thanks you guys. It was just a family day out when my daughter and her brood came to stay. I managed to get some shooting in.
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Great stuff. Was this at Woodland Park? Last time I was there I had the E-1 with me because it was raining buckets. My wife and I had to just run for it and one point. Needless to say my pics are not as bright and clear as yours

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