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Old Nov 14, 2013, 10:42 AM   #11
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Old Nov 14, 2013, 12:01 PM   #12
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Thank you Jim.
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....dadgummit, I looked at the EXIF for these and saw LUMIX; that as close as I looked.
Yep, I picked the 12-40 up, then beat a path back to Dallas to be at this event by 7:30. Wound up being far enough from the performers the 35-100/2.8 was the lens that made the most sense.
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How did you meter them? On the faces? I've been doing a little reading on the "zone system" and am trying to figure how to apply some of that.

That's some pretty impressive (lack of) noise at 2500 . . .
Just standard multi segment metering, with either -.1 or -.7 exposure compensation. I would have used spot metering if the primary aim had been color images.

The E-M5 noise pattern is a very fine-grained and does exceptionally well with the noise reduction slider in Adobe camera raw, especially with black & white conversions. As you move the slider in and out the gain moves up and down in size, so it's easy to just enlarge the file to 100% and adjust it to what you like.
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Very impressive. I almost never use B&W but this is the perfect use of it.
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I have to admit that's a good one James

Thanks Drew. Correct, no flash and ISO 2000. #2 was ISO 2500, #3 was 3200 and the last one was ISO 6400.
ISO 6400! wow just wow .... I really need the new sensor, shooting at anything above ISO 1250 shows noticeable grain on the E-PL2

seems like you are getting along pretty well with that 12-35 f2.8 also, nice work
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