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Olympus OM-D E-M1 The first Micro Four Thirds camera that offers phase detect focusing so you can use Four Thirds DSLR lenses normally as well a Micro Four Thirds lenses.

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Re: OMD E-M1 goes on the streets

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So Brian. Is this what you are referring to? Now I am curious too.
Yes Ross it is. I'll let it run for a little while longer to see if anyone can work it out.
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Re: OMD E-M1 goes on the streets

Double exposure? One short to freeze the guy with the tie, one long to blur the passers-by, and knit together somehow in some software?

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Double exposure? One short to freeze the guy with the tie, one long to blur the passers-by, and knit together somehow in some software?

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no John. It's just one exposure. Exif is in the image.
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Double exposure? One short to freeze the guy with the tie, one long to blur the passers-by, and knit together somehow in some software?

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Ah, you beat me to it!

EDIT: But I was wrong too!
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no John. It's just one exposure. Exif is in the image.
A street wax figure?

OK, he saw you, paused to pose for you with a bracing wind in his face.

Another guess. It's you?
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A street wax figure?

OK, he saw you, paused to pose for you with a bracing wind in his face.

Another guess. It's you?
well done Ross! I think that's probably close enough! This is Reinaldo a street artist known as the Windswept Man. Google him for more info.
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Re: OMD E-M1 goes on the streets

Like everyone else I think the last image in particular is brilliant

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well done Ross! I think that's probably close enough! This is Reinaldo a street artist known as the Windswept Man. Google him for more info.
Your use of 1/3 sec exposure worked so well with Reinaldo's windswept look & blurring movement from others around him. Some of these street artists are brilliant with what they do & his very natural appearance works so well. Must get through a lot of hair spay.

I could only get basic EXIF from the Google Chrome extension from hovering the mouse but nothing from the right click version.

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Your use of 1/3 sec exposure worked so well with Reinaldo's windswept look & blurring movement from others around him. Some of these street artists are brilliant with what they do & his very natural appearance works so well. Must get through a lot of hair spay.

I could only get basic EXIF from the Google Chrome extension from hovering the mouse but nothing from the right click version.

ISO 200, 1/3 s, f/8, ZD 9-18mm @ 18mm, S-AF, IBIS 1, everything else probably default.
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Re: OMD E-M1 goes on the streets

Brian, having read most of the above comments I would suggest that you just carry on with what you have been doing because it is different and I thoroughly enjoyed your experiment...it has work because it created all the comments..pro and con! Keep up the good work and thanks for posting!
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These are good, especially the last one with the Dilbert tie.
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How do you find that the ZD 9-18 handles on the EM-1?
It's fine. Fast to focus - but that's expected really with such a wide lens - and sharp too.
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