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Old Dec 20, 2012, 12:06 AM   #1
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From Tuesday night in downtown Dallas, with the E-M5 and the 12/25/75 primes.

In one of the windows at Neiman Marcus..







Tubes for the kids to run through, but this set runs through the display windows at Neiman Marcus and comes out over the sidewalk in the front of the store..







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Old Dec 20, 2012, 8:13 AM   #2
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.....my-oh-my, aren't you happy to have the 75mm tacked onto the E-M5.

I am going to say that for these type images I have never seen any as clean & sharp.

There is a whole lot of WOW factor to these Greg and as we always do........... the last is my favorite of the set.
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and you should see these on my 27 iMAC, would help you decide (lol)

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WOW factor is correct for sure but it's not only those great lenses, it's also the man pushing the button behind the lens. Great shots Greg. I could have a Canon EOS 5 MKIII with a red "L" lens and I couldn't duplicate that with my meager skills. I'm always hesitant to post a shot I took. Comparing my shots to those folks like Greg, Bob, and Zig would be like comparing finger painting to a Monet. :-)
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Those are great shots.

James, you should not feel that way. IMO, it is more valuable to post your best efforts and get some good feedback than not to share your work with all of us here. What I like about this forum is that people are friendly and always have something good/positive to say.
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Oh, I'm sort of joking. I do like this forum and some of the photos I've seen just make me want to learn more.
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James, you should not feel that way. IMO, it is more valuable to post your best efforts and get some good feedback than not to share your work with all of us here. What I like about this forum is that people are friendly and always have something good/positive to say.
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Those are great shots.

James, you should not feel that way. IMO, it is more valuable to post your best efforts and get some good feedback than not to share your work with all of us here. What I like about this forum is that people are friendly and always have something good/positive to say.

But hopefully not too positive . . . I'd like to know when something's terrible.
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Oh, I'm sort of joking. I do like this forum and some of the photos I've seen just make me want to learn more.
Do the "Photos of the Day" make you feel inadequate too? I thought it was just me . . .
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I feel the same way Sammy and that's probably why I don't post too many pics. I can readily see where the problems or deficiencies are so I don't post the pic. It's pretty crappy weather here in Michigan and not too many photogenic scenes to shoot unless you want pictures of ice and snow.
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