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Old Jan 19, 2015, 6:34 PM   #1
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Default Some Old and Some New, with the 40-150mm f2.8

And the E-M1 on a beautiful 70 degree afternoon.







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Black & White conversions using DXO Filmpack..



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Old Jan 19, 2015, 9:49 PM   #2
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Gorgeous!
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Wow, that lens is super sharp, the amount of detail on the Municipal Building pictures is amazing.

What apertures did you use? tripod or hand held?

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Another winning set, Greg. You always make downtown Dallas shine.
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I teach Alexander Rodchenko in some of my classes. This is a good reproduction of those angles!
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Wow, that lens is super sharp, the amount of detail on the Municipal Building pictures is amazing.

What apertures did you use? tripod or hand held?
Hi Marcelo.

Handheld at f5.6 for most of them. Somehow the setting on #2 was bumped down to f6.3. I was using manual exposure and thought I was just changing shutter speeds but I obviously ticked the back wheel when I didn't mean to.
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Hey Greg these look really nice and sharp, very cool compositions and subjects.
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