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Old Mar 1, 2014, 6:45 PM   #1
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E-M1 and Panasonic 7-14mm f4.

Bob, as you can see I figured out how to make them bigger. There are two places in the embeddable links where the size is shown. All you have to do is change the "L" to whatever size you want. In this case, I used X2.







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All nice but I really like the first with the stained glass. And that last table is very nice
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Yeah, the first subject has always been a favorite. It's a prayer tower in the middle of downtown Dallas in an area called Thanksgiving Square.

The last is the main conference room at the office.
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Love 'em all. The spiral is a classic and I like the composition of the middle one. Looks like you have a good handle on the lens. Are you trying or buying the 7-14?

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I did buy. The 7-14mm f4, 12-35mm f2.8 or Olympus 12-40mm f2.8 and 35-100mm f2.8 make for a great, easy to carry setup. It all CAN fit into a Think Tank Retrospective 5 bag, but it's a tight fit. The Think Tank City Walker 10 works much better and gives extra room for other "stuff".
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Very cool. Your images always have a richness I'd normally associate with a larger sensor. Do you usually process raw with ACR? If so, do you use presets or tweak each image based on content?
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Yes, camera raw. I use the Huelight profiles and make additional adjustments from there.
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Greg,

I had written a reply but APPLE wireless mouse 'swipe for page change' did it to me again and I lost it.

Anyway, it is happy time again for this phase for your new site, I am glad you got it working the way you want.

I may use your link method some, I'd just forgotten about it since it never worked for me in the past.

Way TOOOOO cold today, maybe you will go to White Rock and shoot some winter scenes, I am staying IN!
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And getting colder....weird stuff. After walking around in shorts and sandles yesterday.

Went to AC and watched a few people trying out the Sony A7. Next Saturday is an Olympus event.
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I hope to get by there AND! AND!

The butterfly exhibit has opened in Ft Worth Botanic ==> http://tinyurl.com/khnok4g. This year I must go at least once, maybe we can do that.

Yesterday I received an email from the EAA chapter in Arlington inviting me to participate again this year for photography in the Young Eagles Rally at Grand Prairie airport.

I wish I could but that weekend (Mar 21-23) I will be doing Art On The Greene .... I am in demand now and don't get paid for any of it, maybe I should change that and have more free time (lol).


Temp over here is now FREEZING with rain drizzle (1014 hrs).

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