Saturday, September 19, 2015

Tilt shift...



Have I mentioned how much I love my Olympus OM-D E-M5, just one of the fab features is the tilt screen allowing more versatility of angle when taking certain shots. Despite skepticism by the 'old school' brigade :) the lighter-weight mirror-less, interchangeable-lens cameras are being used more and more by professional photographers.Turning slightly to the right of last weeks reflection shot a very different image.. Council House reflected in the same water feature in Stirling Gardens. Have a good weekend, take care and stay safe...


35 comments:

  1. tres sympa,j adore le graphisme du refelt dans l eau ;o)

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  2. Oh, I love these!! I want a camera like yours!!!! Hope you have a great weekend, Grace, with lots of love and laughter!!

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  3. Love the movement and distortion in the reflections. You have always had a good eye for interesting shapes and form.

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  4. Oh, I really like the way the reflection looks in the water!

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  5. First shot is a fabulous reflection. Have a lovely weekend.

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  6. Boy, get you a new camera and you get really shifty! But I like. It's a beauty of a building and made more so by reflecting in the water. Maybe you can help me though: I was kidding about you being shifty, but some people call me shiftless. I don't think they mean that in a nice way, either. What can I do about it?

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  7. I love the first photo, great reflection!

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  8. Cool reflections, Grace. And I really like that building!

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  9. What a fantastic reflection. That certainly would have caught my eye too. The style of that building is perfect for making reflections.

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  10. Not familiar with the camera but I sure like the results. :-)

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  11. The reflection stands out beautifully!

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  12. That's a spectacular reflection. I've got one of those tilting screens and now wonder how I ever managed without one.

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  13. Clever work. I like forward to retirement when I have time to use a good camera and take photography lessons.

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  14. Good reflection Grace. Have a great weekend!

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  15. A great capture of that reflection.

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  16. Smashing pictures Grace and very true words...

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  17. I so enjoy the things your Eye sees, and hands know how to do, Grace!



    ALOHA
    ComfortSpiral
    =^..^=

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  18. Fabulous reflection! Glad you like your camera.

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  19. Rich photographers "cough" have an advantage over the rest of us...

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  20. What a great reflection, very beuatiful!

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  21. I love the artistic top image!

    Enjoy the weekend!

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  22. Great pics, Grace - it´s amazing what cameras can do these days!

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  23. Oh my goodness Grace, what a capture, this is just powerful art in motion!

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  24. Hi Grace! Re your question about the binocular effect. It's a Photoshop action. If you have Photoshop, you micch Google "Free Photoshop Actions" and see what comes up. If that doesn't work, let me know, and I'll try to find it on my computer and send it off to you.

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  25. Love that first photo, beautiful reflection Grace. Great camera too!

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  26. Amazing reflection! Call me jealous. Seriously jealous.

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