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Old 18th June 2016
IanB IanB is offline
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think a bit more

sorry, haven't been around as I'm weaning myself off the Oly and concentrating more on the lumix FZ200. Planning to sell the EM D1 before the mark two is released. pretty sure I will get the FZ300 as I find it far more versatile than the oly even though the oly is still the best camera I have used.

Spotted this "2nd house" on the roof while walking the local streets. As I only had the Oly em d1 + 20mm [=40mm] I was limited in the photo I could take. However, the appeal of one camera and one fixed focal length lens is we need to think a bit more than stand and zoom. The 2nd photo is a simple crop while the 1st photo is two horizontal files stitched with ‪#‎Microsoft_ICE‬ one above the other. Both worked for me.

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Questions? Comments? . Don't be shy. The only dumb question is the one we don't ask and I would love to know your honest thoughts

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Old 16th July 2016
Imageryone Imageryone is offline
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Re: think a bit more

We call them " Dormer" rooms, usually converted lofts in bungalows as this appears to be.

For some odd reason the image turned up very small on screen and even following the link was still small. An oddity?
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