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Old Aug 8, 2016, 5:18 AM   #1
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Default EM-10 & 14-42 EZ Concert Photos

Here are some concert photos taken at the Totally 80s Concert a couple weeks a go at the Palms, Crown Casino, Melbourne with the OM-D E-M10 & 14-42mm EZ (Pancake) Zoom. Took the E-M10 as was not sure what the restrictions on photography were as usually DSLRs & ILC are banned. Was able to sneak this combination in my jacket pocket, shots were taken at ISO 1600-6400 and am very pleased with results much better than I would have ever got with my P&S camera.



Martika



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Stacey Q



Katrina (Katrina & The Waves)



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You have captured some very nice shots here Tom, the combination of lens and camera has worked well, super set of images.
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You have captured some very nice shots here Tom, the combination of lens and camera has worked well, super set of images.
Yes, I totally agree with what John said. You really are a master of that little E-M10.
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Given the light temp on that stage, you did well with skin tones and image sharpness. Very well done, indeed!
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Those really look nice. It seems like that little pancake zoom might be a winner.
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Thanks everyone, The E-M10 and the pancake zoom are a great compact combination when I want to travel light and not take the E-M1 and 12-40.
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To be honest, I had to Google a couple of these. I recall a line by Steven Tyler in a "Two and a Half Men" episode, when he told Alan "I don't remember a lot about the 70's, man...". I feel the same about parts of the 80's, but probably not for the same reasons....
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To be honest, I had to Google a couple of these. I recall a line by Steven Tyler in a "Two and a Half Men" episode, when he told Alan "I don't remember a lot about the 70's, man...". I feel the same about parts of the 80's, but probably not for the same reasons....
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Very nice pictures Tom, those are OOC or processed from the RAW file?
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Very nice pictures Tom, those are OOC or processed from the RAW file?
Thanks Marcelo, shot in RAW processed with. Olympus Viewer. Only adjustments were some adjustments to exposure when required.

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