Have I told you how much I love the Olympus 75mm f/1.8 lens?

Written by Gary on May 4th, 2014

I really enjoy going for walks in the forests and gardens in the nearby hills, and taking the light and compact Micro Four Thirds camera kit avoids making these walks a burden as often happens carrying the larger, heavier dSLRs.

Following on from my earlier post demonstrating images taken on Mt Macedon, Victoria with the Olympus 75mm f/1.8lens, here are some more from Tieve Tara, one of the private gardens up there open to the public from Sept – May.

Even though these were shot on a very overcast day in low light, I still prefer to use a polarising filter for when I am shooting leaves so I was thankful I had the Olympus OM-D E-M5 with its 5-axis image stabiliser to help out with these hand held shots without flash in low light using the lovely, light and very sharp Olympus mZD 75mm f/1.8 lens (NB. no PS other than toning adjustments):

Aussie garden diptych I

diptych I

Aussie garden diptych II with flowers as focal point

diptych II

The hidden garden:

hidden garden


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