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I like how the tower is reflecting in the puddle in the first shot. Very nice.

Got my Ilford FP4 from the lab back. Actually rather satisfied with the result, especially as they've only charged 5€.

But it's super tough to nail focus at f/1.9 with a 645 camera. I'm surprised that actually most exposures were good (enough), looks like the lightmeter app for Android is not too bad.





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post #4144 of 4151
I call it 'Dirty Windows'.

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Tangling with a tornado warned supercell up close and personal. Tornado to the left of me, hail to the right, here I am stuck in the middle with you....

You really do need to be a special breed of nuts to do this sort of thing.

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Hoping to get some advice from those of you who travel extensively with photo gear - I'm heading to Europe in <2 weeks (Budapest, Bratislava, Vienna - first time in each city), and trying to decide what to bring along.

I'll have a setup primarily based on m43 gear - Olympus OM-D E-M5 + the Panasonic 7-14mm/f4 (14-28mm equivalent) for certain. In addition, I just ordered/am planning to bring an Olympus XZ-2 compact (28-112mm equivalent f/1.8-2.5 lens).

I've also got the following lenses which I could bring, listed roughly in order of probability:
Sigma 19mm f/2.8 - 38mm equivalent; useful to have on the E-M5 at night.
Olympus 45mm f/1.8 - 90mm equivalent. Not sure how much use I'd have for this focal length, and I'm not sure it's worth bringing now that I have the XZ-2.
Olympus 14-42mm f/3.5-5.6 kit lens - 14-84mm equivalent. Don't see much use for this since I'll have the XZ-2
Olympus 60mm f/2.8 macro - Don't really see any reason to bring this

I'm leaning toward bringing the E-M5 along with the 7-14mm and 19mm prime, plus the XZ-2. My suspicion is that I'll likely be concentrating on the wide angle during the day, and can swap in the faster prime at night, with the XZ-2 as a backup for both.

Any suggestions or recommendations from experienced travelers would be appreciated.
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I was watching Bill O'Reilly and got distracted by the weather; which inspired me to bring out the camera; which doesn't happen often enough any more...

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It has been a while and a lot of awesome stuff has been shared, I hardly know what to post! Here's a few that I like that I have uploaded recently:











Recent edit of a shot from last June:










One more, from a local shop that has been kind enough to let me shoot their work:


Thanks for looking!
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Some sh*t was going down near my apartment. Snapped this pic for fb but thought lights looked cool with the reflection from the wet street.
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Originally Posted by sonick View Post

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Some sh*t was going down near my apartment. Snapped this pic for fb but thought lights looked cool with the reflection from the wet street.

Would be curious how it would come out with a long exposure
post #4151 of 4151
Nikon F, 50mm f2, Ilford Delta 3200 @ 6400 and a free iPhone lightmeter app.








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