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Old Nov 10, 2013, 4:46 AM   #1
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Default 4 B&W E1 pics from the V&A Museum - via LR

Now that i kind of know how to use LR.. I went through some of my old E1 files through LR as B&W's .. these are from 2006/2007.

1. The Lion Hunt at the British Museum



2. 3 from the V&A



3. Pandoras Box



4. Slightly cropped



The above were ISO 200 to 800 and I was surpised how well the ISO800 E1 files are - no banding .. just fine grain.
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Old Nov 10, 2013, 11:17 AM   #2
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Harj, I've been thinking of going through mine and doing some B&W conversion but haven't yet done so.

Your postings now has me in the mood again to work at it.

Your images are quite an inspiration, BW or color..... same inspiration.

Thanks for sharing..... Bob
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The E-1 shots are amazingly good, but also the compositions are terrible good.
Great to see these pictures Hartj.
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The E-1 shots are amazingly good, but also the compositions are terrible good.
Great to see these pictures Hartj.
I agree. Well done Harjj.
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Beautiful set Harj,

My favorites are 1st and 2nd, what is the name of the museum?
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Nice shots Harj. Just goes to show what you can do with an older camera. It's the guy behind the camera that makes it happen. The E-1 is certainly not dead.
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Marcelo, the 2nd museum is the Victoria and Albert Museum in Kensington. My personal opinion is that its not as good as the British Museum but thats mainly due to my interest in the classical/antquity periods and for that the BM is pretty hard to beat.

I need to get the E1 out more often and shoot with it .. the raw files looking good even at ISO800 not as good as what that the likes of the newer sensors but I think its as good as the E3 at ISO800. So its not bad for its age. Now whether I can take a pic like any of those is a totally different question.. highly unlikely I think !
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