|Near Kohls, Gainesville, Florida|
While I was waiting for my wife to return the shoes I walked around the Kohls' parking lot grabbing some environmental/architectural photos of the store and its immediate environs. I was using the Olympus E-PL2, Panasonic 14mm, and the E-PL2's dramatic tone art filter. Today's lens setting was f/4, two stops down from the 15mm body cap lens.
|Looking in from the outside, Kohls, Gainesville, Florida|
|Shadow play, Kohls, Gainesville, Florida|
|Pastureland, on I-75 south of Gainesville, Florida|
|Wild phlox, on I-75 south of Gainesville, Florida|
|Some of my blooming orchids|
|And my mandaville back in bloom again. Note the subtle details captured, especially upper left.|
A mix of the E-PL2 with Panasonic 14mm and the E-M5 with 12-50mm kit zoom. Art filter when used was dramatic tone. All other was vivid. Every image SOOC, no post processing, cropping, nothing. Just straight out JPEGs.
I remember when I ran with straight JPEG out of my Olympus E-300. As much as I still love and miss that camera, the E-M5 and today's Zuiko lenses just leave the E-300 in the dust.