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EPL5+20mm street

I feel bad as I have not used the EPL5 for quite a while so took it out yesterday for some street work, had the fantastic Pany 20mm f1.7 mounted.

Great and inconspicuous pairing.













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Re: EPL5+20mm street

Another great set of street shots, Ian. I particularly like No 2.
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Re: EPL5+20mm street

Brilliant shots and No 2 is my favorite as well.

Have to agree that the Pany 20mm f1.7 is a great little lens.
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Re: EPL5+20mm street

A good set, the second's the stand out for me also.
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Re: EPL5+20mm street

Did you use a polariser on Number2 or just got the reflection out of the way by angle?
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Re: EPL5+20mm street

Thank you all for the nice comments, it was a fun day and reminded me just how good the EPL5 is (that EM5 Sony sensor is magic).

No filters used other than B&W UV that I keep on as standard, I just had to position myself correctly to avoid the reflections but it was not very bright so not much of a problem.
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Re: EPL5+20mm street

Yes No 2 for me the expressions on the faces of the diners well captured
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Re: EPL5+20mm street

Another thumbs up for image No 2. Wonderful set.

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Re: EPL5+20mm street

Excellent shots Ian the B&W gives them a real gritty feeling. The selective colour works well too.
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Re: EPL5+20mm street

Second shot is a brilliant capture. I'm left wondering whether the couple eating became aware of the lady in the wheelchair looking at them first, or vice versa; who started the standoff. Is the lady in the wheel chair thinking I could murder a Big Mac, or is the man thinking, who is she looking at, or she's been busy at the shops, bet she could murder a Big Mac.
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Re: EPL5+20mm street

Thanks All,

It is my favourite shot due to the interaction of looks that contrasts warmth with food versus chilly and hungry!

My next favourite is the man selling the Big issue (I did give him some money after taking the shot and he was not aware I had taken it). I like the magazine in the bottom left corner with the face looking at the viewer.

I toend to forget just how good the EPL5 is as it is so small and with the 20mm fits neatly in a coat pocket - great performer!
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Re: EPL5+20mm street

Number 2 is a great capture - everything a 'street' shot should be!
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Re: EPL5+20mm street

Thanks Jim,

It was a few hours well spent.
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No1 for me Ian, for the reasons you said and the textures of the building and the pavement. Great in B & W. Nice set.
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Re: EPL5+20mm street

Ian, my FAV is the "Crows Nest" love the bright yellow amidst the mono

Nice to see someone out, the 4m is very quite this month ... must be the cold and wet weather ... or Christmas Shopping
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