OM-D/7-14 at the Guggenheim Bilbao

Discussion in 'Micro Four Thirds Forum' started by Landshark, Jun 13, 2012.

  1. Landshark

    Landshark PhotoDog

    Jul 15, 2010
    SoCal
    Bob
    Here are some quick shots of the museum, I shot on Sat







     
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  2. Crsnydertx

    Crsnydertx SC Top Veteran

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    Jan 21, 2011
    Houston, TX
    Chuck
    Really nice!!
     
  3. chrism_scotland

    chrism_scotland SC Regular

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    Apr 22, 2011
    Wow, lovely!
     
  4. kyteflyer

    kyteflyer ~@¿@~

    Jan 31, 2011
    Newcastle, Australia
    Sue
    Fantastic!
     
  5. bartjeej

    bartjeej SC Hall of Famer

    Nov 12, 2010
    bart
    awesome architecture, and your photos really make it sing! You used the wide-angle lens to great effect!
     
  6. Pelao

    Pelao SC All-Pro

    Jul 11, 2010
    Ontario, Canada
    Stephen
    Title of this thread is misleading. Should be something like "Photographer with a great eye visits museum"
     
  7. Amin Sabet

    Amin Sabet Administrator

    Jul 3, 2010
    Great stuff, Bob. The teeny people give a nice sense of scale. I especially like the one of The Matter of Time (4th one).
     
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  8. Ray Sachs

    Ray Sachs SC Legend

    Sep 21, 2010
    Not too far from Philly
    you should be able to figure it out...
    I did a search on the 7-14 (just bought a used one) and just saw this thread for the first time. Not sure how I missed it way back in June of 2012 (I was probably at the beach and not paying much attention to the forums). I'm glad I stumbled onto it. This is brilliant stuff Bob. You need an ultra-wide in your bag. Hopefully Fuji gets that 10-24 into your hands sooner than later...

    -Ray
     
  9. jnewell

    jnewell SC Regular

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    Jun 25, 2011
    Isn't there a major problem with these photos?

    Sure, they are beautifully composed and exposed.

    But today "everyone" on the internet "knows" that the 7-14/4 lens has a disastrous flaw, especially on Olympus bodies - "every" exposure has horrible purple blobs. </humor>

    These are beautiful pics from one of the best m4/3 lenses available today. :cool::2thumbs:
     
  10. Ray Sachs

    Ray Sachs SC Legend

    Sep 21, 2010
    Not too far from Philly
    you should be able to figure it out...
    These were taken almost a year and a half ago, when probably not even half of "everyone" knew about the purple blobs. So these are exempt!

    I just got the lens and am using it with an EM1 and I can make the purple flare happen, but only very occasionally and it helps to be trying for it. I'm debating whether to to to the trouble of adding the little filter holder to the rear of the lens which seems to be the trick to eliminate this problem. But I suppose I'll have to see it as a problem enough times before I'll reach that level of motivation...

    -Ray
     
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  11. Armanius

    Armanius Bring Jack back!

    Jan 11, 2011
    Houston, Texas
    Jack
    I had the purple blob on a number of interior architectural photos using the 7-14 on the EM5. Only noticed them after I read about them though. They weren't keeper photos anyway. But I'd hate to see purple blobs on my upcoming European vacation.
     
  12. jnewell

    jnewell SC Regular

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    Jun 25, 2011
    I have been taking pictures since Nixon's first term... :wink: ...I can make nearly any lens flare in various, unpredictable and unattractive ways - as I know you can. :smile: The thread may be old, but the photos are great!
     
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  13. jnewell

    jnewell SC Regular

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    Jun 25, 2011
    The most I have seen with mine on the EM5 is some occasional nasty CA fringing.
     
  14. Landshark

    Landshark PhotoDog

    Jul 15, 2010
    SoCal
    Bob
    Thanks, guys, Honestly never had any real issues with purple blobs, when I shot with this lenses. All super wides flare at some point