1. Messing with Black and White
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    Another image post-processed by the camera. I think I’m in love.

     
  2. Messing with Black and White
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    Another image post-processed by the camera. I think I’m in love.

     
  3. Messing with Black and White
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    Another image post-processed by the camera. I think I’m in love.

     
  4. Playing With Black & White
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    I love the way my OM-D renders its JPEG images. The processor in the camera is phenomenal and I’m a big fan of how customizable the look is. I can essentially do all of my “dark room” processing of the images before I click the shutter.

    And that is just what I’ve done here. I set up a high contrast black and white with red filter and a little bit of additional sharpening. Taking these images and seeing what develops on the screen is very akin to another type of photography I do, film photography!

    I think I’m going to keep shooting in JPEG, as much as I can. I’m enjoying the freedom to create without the overwhelming ‘duty’ to get back to my computer and process the images.

     
  5. The US Capital Building
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    A few tourists check out the capital building on an overcast day

     
  6. The White House
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    Shot on the Olympus 12-40mm f2.8 and the OM-D E-M5

     
  7. United States Capital Building
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    Shot with the Olympus 12-40mm f2.8 and OM-D E-M5

     
  8. An early morning shot during our trek to the top of Half-dome.

     
  9. Half-dome at dawn. Taken on our hike to Half-dome this past summer.

     
  10. I’m not one to shoot flower photography or even landscapes, but I saw these flowers and they were just so pretty I had to get a snap or 10.