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Weekly 43rumors readers pictures roundup…


Ilya Varivchenko‎
Alla. PEN-F, Panasonic 42.5/1.7

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This is the weekly selection:

Gonzalo Broto‎
Misty evening in Sapa, Vietnam (GX80 + Lumix 12-35)
© Gonzalo Broto…/…/memoirs-of-vietnam.html

Frank Rückert‎
” Hemisferic ” – Valencia – Santiago Calatrava –
OMD E-M1II – Zuiko2,8/12-40 – 30 Sek. – F/11 – ISO64

Hardy-Bernd Wagner‎
Hoverfly – Schwebfliege
PEN-F, M.60mm F2.8 Macro
F4.5, 1/4s, ISO80

Mason Morris
“Barn Storming”. Created w/ Get Olympus EM1.M2 & #ZuikoPro 40-150 atop a FEISOL #CT3472 & Acratech #GPss – leveling head combo. #m43 #GetMased 43rumors


Steven Madow‎
The Old Spanish Sugar Mill in DeLeon Springs, Florida.
Foreground is 15 seconds with some stacked NDs at ƒ/22. The rest of the scene is 1 sec at ƒ/5.0. All ISO 200, all 30mm on my Panasonic GH5 with a 14-140mm lens.

‎Nicholas Stevens‎
Central Park – North Woods
Em1II and 12-100
4 seconds, f/16

‎Miguel Ortiz‎
Focus stacking in camera, E-M1 ii + mZuiko 60 macro. Jpg direct from camera, just resized.

Tim Trækjær
Gasadalur Waterfall, Faroe Islands
Olympus OM-D E-M1
Samyang 8mm f1:3.5 UMC CS II

Martin Gallego
En la naturaleza soy feliz.
Olympus E-M1 MKII + MZuiko 12-40 Pro

‎William Banik‎
Grey Longhorn Beetle – Possibly Mecas cineracea?
Image Specs – Olympus OMD-EM1, 60mm Zuiko Macro, f/2.8, SS 1/60, ISO 200, available light 60 image field stack.

Anastas Stas Tarpanov‎
Moken boy shot at his village in Koh Phayam island, Thailand.
E-M1 + 75mm f/1.8 @ 2.8, 1/320, ISO 200.

Lucas Doedens‎
Female Mandrill in the Zoo Hellabrunn in Munich.
E-M1, Olympus M.Zuiko Digital 75-300 @ 194 mm, f/6.1, 1/200 sec.

Andrew Miller‎
Cuyahoga Valley National Park
1/60. F8.0

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