Friday Image No.56


Wells Cathedral, Olympus EM5, Olympus 9-18 lens, f/5.0, 1/30", ISO200
Wells Cathedral, Olympus EM5, Olympus 9-18 lens, f/5.0, 1/30″, ISO200

This week’s Friday Image is another from my recent revisit of Wells Cathedral.

What I am finding interesting is that this trip appears to have many more image that I like than my previous trip. I don’t know if I have developed as a photographer (I certainly hope so) or if there is another factor. I recall that I spent a lot of time on my first trip fighting the equipment. The Canon 5D just didn’t work for me in this location and I tended to avoid using the LX5 as I mentioned in my last posting.

For this trip I used the Olympus EM5 with a couple of lenses and it seemed to work much better. I did miss quite a few shots still through camera shake but overall the camera seemed better to handle.

Hope you like the image (there are probably a few more to come) and have a great weekend.

PS I also did the monochrome version below but I think I prefer colour for this one.

Wells Cathedral, Olympus EM5, Olympus 9-18 lens, f/5.0, 1/30", ISO200
Wells Cathedral, Olympus EM5, Olympus 9-18 lens, f/5.0, 1/30″, ISO200OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

6 thoughts on “Friday Image No.56

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  1. I just found your blog last week and love your images. Your depth of field is so exact and the photos have a nice overall balance that I find intriguing. I will probably go back to the DSLRs eventually, but for now I shoot with the EM1, LX7, and G16 (a recent gift).

    1. Thanks for the positive feedback but I have some bad news for you. You might try to go back to a DSLR but you will just get frustrated. The three cameras you have there are all excellent and probably much easier to use. If you try to go back to a DSLR you will suddenly realise the shortcomings when compared to the smaller camera. But then I am biased.

  2. Hi Robin, I think too it’s time to buy it. RX10 and my EM5 with Olympus 45 and 9-18 lens. And in the pocket-alwayswithme- LX7. What do you think about? I would like you resumed all the “secrets” to get the best performance from the Sony camera (Lee filter, not exposure to the right, turn off stabilization, Lightroom or – and?- Capture One Pro 8 and so on). Thank you very much and many congratulations for your work and for shearing it: it’s amazing to open the mail box and begin to see (not to look at), to compare, to think and sometimes to dream. Ciao. Sergio Vianello

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