New Olympus OM-D EM-1

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I love those Olympus’ Art Filters, especially the Dramatic Tone Filter. It helps liven up a dull day or when the light is flat during mid-day. The TruePic VII processing engine seems to handle the art filtering of the image better. There appears to be less random dark blotches on clouds and less graininess.

Olympus OM-D EM-1 Dramatic Tone Art Filter

National Monument, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia with Dramatic Art Filter. Olympus OM-D EM-1, ISO 200, f11, 1/400 sec.

Storks In The Rain. Dramatic Tone Art Filter and OM-D EM-1

Storks In The Rain. Dramatic Tone Art Filter and OM-D EM-1. ISO 640, f5.1, 1/200 sec

Putrajaya Bridge, Dramatic Tone Art Filter and OM-D EM-1

Out of curiosity, I ran this image captured with Dramatic Art Filter through Snapseed’s Drama and Vintage Filters. It took it to another level. Olympus OM-D EM-1, ISO 200, f11, 1/1250 sec.

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2 thoughts on “New Olympus OM-D EM-1

  1. “Pro lens should come with a hood” – LOL – my E-510, E-620 two kit lenses had free hoods, the 25mm DSLR lens did not have a hood because it is a pancake, the 75mm mft lens is expensive but has no free hood. Olympus stopped giving free hoods easily when they went MFT

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