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  1. #1321
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    Thanks Phill. I prefer the first rose. Thought the thread was getting stale. I have been too busy lately to go through some of my recent shots. In Summer I am an avid cyclist and it really cuts into my time for other activities. When I go up to the mountains for rides I try to take the camera out for a hike as well. But my main focus for the next bit is final preparation for a 2 week Alaska trip. My wife thinks I might have bought a few too many new camera bags in an attempt to find the 'right' one. That trip had better yield some great shots since it was the main driver in buying the E-5. So far that looks to have been worthwhile even if all I get are those recent hawk shots. Meanwhile I will try to sort through a few photos to keep this place awake.

  2. #1322
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    Those concert shots were amazingly sharp yet noise free. That alone seems to justify the E-5 to some extent. I will be more than happy to get one if they shrink it to E-510 size or smaller. I have also been out for work and play recently, that might not change any time soon. I actually haven't taken any pictures for a week or two. Nothing wrong with that, I probably needed to do something new anyhow.

  3. #1323
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    Raven, I was pretty close to stage using the 50-200. MerleFest is outdoors and it was just around dusk so not too dark. It would be nice if Olympus would do another E-5/600 series...

  4. #1324
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    I agree with the last comment too but I doubt it will happen if all the general forum chat is correct.
    Around every picture there's a corner & round every corner there's a picture
    - the fun's in finding them

  5. #1325
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    One from my last hike. The light was changing with lots of contrast due to the leaf cover. This is a manual blend of two shots. The rocks were quite slick in places. I slipped and fell into waist deep rushing water. The E-5 just barely nicked a large rock.
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  6. #1326
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    Lots and lots of these, some could go in the landscape thread but oh well. I'm always taking pictures even if I don't have time to upload them.

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  7. #1327
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    Raven,

    I like the second and fourth ones best. The alpenglow makes #2.

  8. #1328
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    A quick shot from the roadside in my travels. I did a few handheld HDR's for this scene, but cannot process them on the road. Just did a quick mask on the lower half and boosted the curves a bit. Really should have broken out the tripod and graduated ND, but the wife was waiting in the car...
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  9. #1329
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    Heh heh. I didn't even have a tripod until a month ago. But I really like the results coming from the E-5, the shadows and colors are great. What, no alpenglow?

    I only recently learned what alpenglow meant. Apparently it's a rather unnecessary term for "sunset hitting the mountains cause their higher." In fact, this spellchecker doesn't even have Alpenglow in it, but it does have "their." Anyhow, a pretty big word for me!

  10. #1330
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    Raven they are stunning shots some of the best you've posted. Lots of framers there.
    Around every picture there's a corner & round every corner there's a picture
    - the fun's in finding them

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