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  1. Dallas inspired me to show some of what can be done with a mirrorless camera and aviation photography. I have been taking aviation photos for years with my Micro 4/3 cameras, but getting the fast-moving jets and sufficient prop-blur on the propeller-driven aircraft has been a real challenge. With the recent advances and firmware updates on the Olympus E-M1, I was finally able to capture what I think are worthwhile photos, at least for me. All of these shots were taken with the E-M1 "classic" in 2015 and 2016. Airshow season for 2017 is just starting, and I am anxious to see what I can do with my E-M1 mkII. This is an F-16 "Viper" making a hard break immediately after take off, E-M1 with Olympus 300mm f4.0
  2. Greg Drawbaugh

    Dusk Departure to Frankfurt

    Condor Airlines Boeing 767-300ER departs from Minneapolis-St. Paul airport at 915pm local time to head back to Frankfurt, Germany. I took this shot last Saturday on one of the longest days of the year. On the composition side, I always struggle how to place the aircraft in the frame when I have an open sky. Comments and constructive ideas always welcome.
  3. Luc de Schepper

    A Dramatic Change

    I'm used to shooting RAW. I'm the sort of guy who likes to post process and finetune images and RAW gives me the highest quality and maximum flexibility. However, sometimes it's ok to change things. Today I went to the National Military Museum, a place I've visited and photographed three times before so I was in need of an artistic change. I decided to use one lens only, the Olympus 75mm f1.8. An excellent lens but also a single focal length (to simplify, 150mm in FX format) which restricted my choice of subject and composition. But hey, that was the whole purpose of this shoot! I always need so time to warm up during a shoot. After some images I found something lacking, I needed an extra dimension. So I tried b&w first, without the result I was after. Then I made a switch to the Olympus Art filter Dramatic Tone. That's more like it I thought. I found out the Dramatic Tone worked really well in the museum, especially on shiny aircrafts. The following images were only minimal post processed in Lightroom, the basic is the result from the Dramatic Tone setting. Mustang Starfighter Note the excellent quality of the Olympus Jpegs (only Fuji does better imo) The Dramatic filter is not realistic, but it can work ok to enhance skies Be careful though as things can get rather messy as seen in the background of this image And here But with an even background it works great I had a lot of fun on this "Dramatic Tone" session and it shows a change of modus operandi can be quite inspirational!
  4. Luc de Schepper

    A Dramatic Change

    I'm used to shooting RAW. I'm the sort of guy who likes to post process and finetune images and RAW gives me the highest quality and maximum flexibility. However, sometimes it's ok to change things. Today I went to the National Military Museum, a place I've visited and photographed three times before so I was in need of an artistic change. I decided to use one lens only, the Olympus 75mm f1.8. An excellent lens but also a single focal length (to simplify, 150mm in FX format) which restricted my choice of subject and composition. But hey, that was the whole purpose of this shoot! I always need so time to warm up during a shoot. After some images I found something lacking, I needed an extra dimension. So I tried b&w first, without the result I was after. Then I made a switch to the Olympus Art filter Dramatic Tone. That's more like it I thought. I found out the Dramatic Tone worked really well in the museum, especially on shiny aircrafts. The following images were only minimal post processed in Lightroom, the basic is the result from the Dramatic Tone setting. Mustang Starfighter Note the excellent quality of the Olympus Jpegs (only Fuji does better imo) The Dramatic filter is not realistic, but it can work ok to enhance skies Be careful though as things can get rather messy as seen in the background of this image And here But with an even background it works great I had a lot of fun on this "Dramatic Tone" session and it shows a change of modus operandi can be quite inspirational! View full article
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