NYC Adventure Part IIII

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As a side note all of the photos shot from this NYC Adventure series were done on the Olympus OM-D EM-5. I rented the 12mm Olympus f/2 prime, and I think the bulk of the photos were done on that lens. Given the small size this camera has a lot of capability to it. At the end of the day it would have been nice if all of images had the same IQ as the 5DMKIII, but I don’t regret having opted for the OM-D. So many of the shots utilized the small innocuous form factor, as well as the optional tilted screen for live view made some of candid shots on the subway possible. Also the EM-5’s in camera image stabilization is responsible for being able to achieve a lot of the motion blurred photos all while remaining hand held at low ISOs. The biggest negative to this camera is the LCD screen sucks, and you do miss out on some depth of field due to the small sensor size. All in all as a street camera it’s pretty much perfect. I wouldn’t have minded having a longer lens than the Panasonic/Leica 25mm (50mm full frame equivalent), but for NYC wide is the way to go for most of the time.

Emily Pogozelski - Excellent series! And I was wondering about the camera– I’d actually come to the conclusion that you must be using a “big one”, so I think the OM-D did a bangup job. (Well, technically you did.) You guys managed to cram more into a few days than most people do in a few weeks! We should take a group trip sometime, that’s how Steve and I like to travel.

Blair King - So awesome Josh, thanks for sharing your trip! You hit all the hot spots for sure! Hope you had a great time,

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