Still no new photography I’m afraid. At least none that I’ve shot recently.
Instead, I’ve been working through more of my old images and found some real gems. Here’s one that was hiding as three separate frames. Once I stitched them together, I realised there was a decent panoramic scene.
The image is of Ullswater in the Lake District, and the three frames were shot using my old Olympus EM5, together with the Olympus 12-40 Pro lens at 40mm. I didn’t use any filters and the frames were all shot handheld. The exposure was a super-fast 1/1000” at f/7.1 and ISO200 so you can tell how bright the conditions were.
In terms of processing, I didn’t need to do much at all. I corrected the white balance and contrast, used DxO DeepPRIME and removed the lens distortion.
Fingers crossed I will get some photography in soon.
I hope you like the image and have a great weekend.
By the way, if you want to know how I created the watermark that I’m using, watch this video https://youtu.be/9e2wO0uXDgU.
4 thoughts on “More Old Photography”
Oh yes, a lovely image…
Unfortunately, you don’t now process Fujifilm in either Capture One or ON 1.
I’m not sure how that’s connected to processing old photos?