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New York City random pics
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A Few From This weekend - Just Wandering With My Girl, Nova
All images taken with the Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark II and Panasonic 12-60/2.8-4 Power O.I.S
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Sunset in a very hot place
Itaperuna, my birthplace, has the fame of being one of the hottest places in the universe.
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Architectural patches of colors
- Palais des congrès de Montréal, March 2021
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Yellowstone colors
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The "Mono" Olympus Pen-F
With the redevelopment of the future ex-Olympus, renamed OM Digital Solutions, many are expecting and hoping a new version of the excellent but past Olympus Pen-F digital camera model.
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Ohio State Reformatory in Mansfield Ohio  (image heavy)
This is a museum now, but a rather famous prison in its day.  It is also the site where the movie The Shawshank Redemption was filmed.
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Oriented lines of interest in photography
There are so many subjects and their variations in photography that is, in some way, provoking more confusion or disorientation than a more expected attention.
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Antique cameras are oh-so versatile...
As illustrated in earlier articles, I have now restored to working condition five old cameras, (one whole-plate, three half-plate, and lastly one 5" x 7" format cameras). 
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Remembering Chris101 (POTW #230)
Remembering Chris Heilman
Photographer: Chris101
Nominated by: Mike Buckley
Chosen by: Marco
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Nilgiri Himal Range
The Nilgiri Himal is a range of three peaks in the Annapurna massif in Nepal (Wikipedia).
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More from Mustang / Nepal
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Don't combat in wars, instead fight the WOR! ***
Back to MFT (Micro Four Third sensor format) ... again and again! And back again with the Panasonic Lumix G85 model ... again and again and again!!!
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My Fuji 27mm f/2.8 Mark I Pancake Lens Review
I've always loved the idea of the small coat pocketable camera. Better than cellphone quality, but not much bigger.
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Sunset by the lake
Nikon Z6 & Reflex Nikkor 1000mm f/11.
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My Fuji X100V Review
The leaf shutter was awesome, not only being quiet, but allowing for a wider range of flash sync speeds than the DSLRs that I've used.
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My Panasonic 12-32mm f/3.5-5.6 Mega OIS Lens Review
Olympus makes a small, pancake wide to medium zoom lens. My issue with it is the fact that it is an electronic zoom.I absolutely detest electronic zooms.
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My Olympus 40-150mm f4-5.6 R Lens Review
You may not think much, or put in high regard a zoom lens for under $100.While the Olympus 40-150/4-5.6R may fall into that category monetarily, it certainly out performs the price tag by a high margin.
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Random Shots
I recently started hitting the roads looking for things to shoot. 
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New Year's Eve Krasnoyarsk
A difficult year. But the holiday should be by all means!
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Tree, oxen and fog
Taken yesterday.
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My Fujifilm XC 50-230mm f/4.5-6.7 II OIS Lens Review
Fuji makes 2 medium to long telephoto zooms. I've previously owned the Fujinon 55-200mm XF f/3.5-4.8 OIS lens and now own the Fuji 50-230-f/4.5-6.7 II OIS lens.
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Bauhaus Einflüsse (today's testimonies of aesthetic functionality)
The influence of the German Bauhaus school has run deep in our society, despite its initial brevity of 1919-1933. It is part of an original vision that combines functionalism and aesthetics to produce a modern artistic vision of our habitat and its accessories of everyday life.   
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Fujinon XC 35mm F2: the standard photographer
Most of the todays compact photographic system will offer you a kind of "standard" optic that have an angle of view of approximative 45 degrees. It used to be called the normal lens may be because it was the lens model we have seen the most during the 35mm film analog era. 
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My Fujifilm X-T3 Review
Introduction
When I made the trip to the camera store, I had no intentions of really buying anything. I was curious about looking to see if there were any used Fuji XT30 for a good price, but it was really only a curiosity.
When I arrived, they had a few used XT3 bodies at good prices.  Bringing along some unused lenses and flash gear just in case I saw something was a good idea. 
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