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Worcester walkabout

Had some time to kill while waiting to drive my daughter home after she had done a presentation at the Uni.

The Hive windows.The new city archives and library.


Cool in the shopping centre


On guard


Guildhall window.


Shrub Hill station,didn't know they still had working signals like this


I was looking for the Lea and Perrins Worcester sauce factory which I never found.I've looked it up on a map now so next time.

All with the E-M5 and 14-150.
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Re: Worcester walkabout

I like the signals.
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Re: Worcester walkabout

I like the signals, nice primary colours and the sky played its part too; is that sign for the foxes perhaps; I like the Guilhall window and reflection too. The 40 - 150 does a good job with the E-M5 but I am interested to know how well you think it compares with your DSLRs?
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Re: Worcester walkabout

I lurve the Guildhall window
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Re: Worcester walkabout

Hi Andy,

I like these, nice reflections. We were in Worcester last year as our first visit was a bit of a flying one and spent the morning photographing. It looks very much as I remember and I think these capture it very nicely.

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Re: Worcester walkabout

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I like the signals, nice primary colours and the sky played its part too; is that sign for the foxes perhaps; I like the Guilhall window and reflection too. The 40 - 150 does a good job with the E-M5 but I am interested to know how well you think it compares with your DSLRs?
Well I am pleased with the 14-150,it's not as good as my other 4/3 lenses if you pixel peep but as a walk round with a very good range it's great,so light.
It's fairly sharp if you use it at f7.1 over all the zoom range.Its main downfall is it will colour fringe but this is easy to remove in PP.
Now if you compare it for example to the 12-60 on the E-M5 the results you can get are stunning with that lens.the focus is slow but not very slow and it is very accurate.The same goes for the 14-54 but it's slower.

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