I’ve been through a couple of Olympus bodies already (the E-M10, E-M10 Mk II, E-M5 Mk II) and I’m proud to say that I’ve been a fan of Olympus after shooting with them for well over 3 years. I’ve been going through some of my photos from Flickr and forgot that I had a large arrangement of photos with the Olympus PEN-F that I never shared.
Here are some photos from a few years ago when I took it out for the first time to Old Town Leesburg, Virginia with a couple of friends, whom also had their Olympus cameras of their own at the time (an OM-1 and an E-M10). This is not a review of the actual camera itself, but rather to show what the Olympus PEN-F is capable of creating beautiful images.
All were taken with the Olympus M.Zuiko 25mm f/1.8.
The Monochrome Profile 2 setting, with medium grain setting, is said to be a very close resemblance to Kodak’s Tri-X. Whatever it resembles, it’s looking fantastic.
Monochrome is great and all, but if you like color…then Olympus’ new Color Profile (in this case Profile #2) has you covered with its beautiful saturation and contrast – straight out of the camera.
Back to black and white because I’m loving the looks of it for street photography
Hope you guys enjoyed the photos as much as I’ve enjoyed taking them.
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