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Old Dec 4, 2014, 11:19 AM   #1
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Looking in my HD I found 3 old pictures that I never posted here:

Fire Island Light House:



This pano was shoot with the E3 and the amazing Zuiko 11-22mm, I printed this pano on canvas it looks beautiful in my studio.



And the last form Central Park



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Old Dec 4, 2014, 10:40 PM   #2
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WOW! I really am impressed with all 3 shots, but I have to say that shot #2 is very, very impressive. I can understand why that one is hanging in your studio.

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Hi Steven, thank you for the comments.

The Fire Island light house is an icon of Long Island and a beautiful place to take some pictures. I will be there in two or three weeks looking for the snowy owl and also the red fox.

Have a great weekend.
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Hey Marcelo

That 2nd is seriously nice and the 3rd one at bad either !

Do you still have the 11-22 for your m43 kit ?

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Thank you Harj for the feedback.

I have no 4/3 lens, I sold all my lenses and I use only u4/3 for my OMD-E5
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WOW is right. Professional photo art all. I can certainly see these hanging in a gallery with a tag beyond the size of my pocketbook. Think I'll take a screen grab and call it good. Thanks Marcelo.
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I like them as well. Very nice.
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WOW is right. Professional photo art all. I can certainly see these hanging in a gallery with a tag beyond the size of my pocketbook. Think I'll take a screen grab and call it good. Thanks Marcelo.
Thank you Allan for the kind words, it is strange but my best collections of pictures are coming from the Olympus E1 and E5. I know for sure is not the gear you use but the passion and desire to capture a beautiful scene what makes the difference.


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