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Old Oct 27, 2014, 10:28 PM   #1
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Today while I was walking on 32nd St with the OMD-E5 and 12mm f2.0



I like this lens, sharp and fast for the dark steers in Manhattan.
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Old Oct 28, 2014, 12:14 AM   #2
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Really cool shapes here. The frame is definitely spinning for me as the buildings shoot up.
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One of the best perspective shots I've ever seen. Not to mention color and sharpness.
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Very nice indeed. However, you are giving me a GAS attack
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I love these types shots, both taking and looking at them. You're going to go nuts with that lens I know.
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Really cool shapes here. The frame is definitely spinning for me as the buildings shoot up.
Thank you Drew, It is an unconventional angle, this is not the first time I shoot this building but I really like it how this came out.

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One of the best perspective shots I've ever seen. Not to mention color and sharpness.
Thank you Alan for the feedback.

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Very nice indeed. However, you are giving me a GAS attack
Sorry folob but I have to admit that I had the same issue and mine looks like is chronic.

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I love these types shots, both taking and looking at them. You're going to go nuts with that lens I know.
I love the lens and it will be on my camera very often.
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