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Bee's View

Bee's View
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One of the blooms I found at the Lamberton Conservatory @ Highland Park in Rochester, NY. I used my Olympus OM 55mm f1.2 on a set of extension rings to let me focus closer than normal.

Photographer: Kevin Dude
Folder: My Flowershots
Uploaded: 07-May-2008 18:36 CEST
Model release available: 1
Camera: Olympus E500
Exposure time: 1/160
Aperture: 8
Focal length: 55mm (110mm)
Lens: Olympus Zuiko OM 55mm f1.2
Focusing method: Manual
ISO: 100
White balance: Daylight
Flash: no
Image format: SHQ
Processing applied: a little cropping and resizing then resharpening. I almost never have to sharpen my OM lens images.
Image resized to: 768x1024

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Adrie Hubregtsen wrote:
> You now your way whit the old stuff, this is an AWSUM shot, This week I took a photo whit
> my OM 50 1.4 in combination whit the extension tube EX 25, its an very good setup for close-up
> photography, if you cant afore an expensive macro lens.
Thanks for the kind words.
My OM 55mm f1.2 is a dream come true.
Olympus was always famous for their optics and closeup/macro/micro abilities.
I just didn't realise until recently how true the reputation is.

Kevin Dude at 18:35 CEST on 09-May-2008 [Reply]