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Old May 4, 2014, 2:21 AM   #1
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Almost 100 years apart. E-M1 and 12-40..



And a few other new buildings with the E-M1 and Panasonic 7-14mm f4..







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Old May 4, 2014, 9:08 AM   #2
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....love these a bunch. The 2nd 7-14 image here is my favorite; the sun 'laser' streaming through to the building. The 7-14 on the M1 looks to me to be in the bag for NJ, these are great.
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People photography like that is.....stressful. I've been asked to do some newborn twins shots and family portraits at their home Monday evening. Been thinking about that one all weekend.

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You will do great, but it might not hurt to have couple glasses of wine.... B4 the action!
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Beautiful stuff Greg. Isn't it amazing how far civilization (and building technology) has come in 100 years? I like the overhanging and backlit trees of #2.

PS- When I attach a photo it seems to always get resized to something like 1024 x whatever. How is it yours are bigger? Thinking about it, it's probably because yours are imbedded rather than stored on Steve's server.
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Yes, I believe Steve's does limit the size on uploads. Smugmug's native hyperlinks are smaller, but I edit the link to the larger size I like to view.
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Very nice Greg.
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Nice shots I am partial to the last one and the third, they really give a sense of the buildings towering overhead
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2 and 3 are my favorites. I really need a wide angle lens.
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Greg, did you pp these, with that wide a lens and the base lines are laser straight...
Really like the juxtaposition of the old and new in photo 1. The second building must present some interesting views, yours is a really nice capture of the structure. Like 'em all.
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