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Old Apr 21, 2012, 9:54 PM   #1
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Default Pushing the Shadows (Twice) with the E-P3 and 7.5mm Rokinon

At the Fort Worth Botanical Gardens today, I came across two huge oak trees, one in severe backlight and the other along a narrow heavily shadowed path. Captured both with the E-P3 and 7.5mm Rokinon Fisheye. Raw files processed on Lightroom 4, and I really pushed the shadows processing both.

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Old Apr 22, 2012, 12:25 AM   #2
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....that shows just how much detail is captured in conditions like that & further validates the Rokinon lens quality, and it shows how well the P3 processes those data to make it available to the software.

I was at River Legacy today and ended up doing a short shoot for them of their Earth Day event though that was not my intention for going there.

They had the stations set up in the shadows along the main trail. I had only the E-3 today so put the 14-54 on but could not pull detail on quite a few files, should have had the P3 and 14-42 for more results.
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