Olympus E-PL1 Detail

When I haven’t been working the skies have been pretty gray. Today the sun was out and I had a little time to “mess” with the Olympus. Both these images were shot with the E-PL1, the 14 – 42 “kit” lens and no post production at all.

You have to wonder what’s on this boy’s mind. He was deep in thought about something as he was throwing stones and I was afraid to get any closer and lose the moment.  I could have cropped the picture but I wanted you to see how the Olympus performs. The colour and image sharpness are both amazing. Check out the drop of water. Magic!

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About Chris Sorlie

The kids are gone and I'm shooting pictures of all sorts of good things.
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3 Responses to Olympus E-PL1 Detail

  1. garydenness says:

    Both are nice shots. I like the bottom one particularly…Olympus does do colour nice, like you mentioned when you first got the camera. And I do like this theme. Of course, I am biased as far as this theme goes, as you know!

    Have you tried much low light photography yet? That’s where I have found the Olympus really, really standing out compared to the FZ35.

  2. Chris Sorlie says:

    Done a little testing but not a lot. I do like the kit lens and may rethink the 20mm 1.7. Not sure – it’s a chunk of change. I have to wonder how many d.o.f. shots will I take?
    Good to hear about your experience with better low light performance. I will try to get a deal down south.

  3. aperturealan says:

    I hope you’re enjoying the camera, the colours in the pictures are excellent.

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