The test units for the Olympus M.Zuiko 7-14mm F2.8 Pro lens as well as the 8mm F1.8 fisheye lens have arrived. I am looking at them and gosh I just cannot wait to just run out of the office and shoot some photographs. I have made arrangements and will be on a road trip to test the M.Zuiko 7-14mm Pro lens. I figured, I should not be testing two lenses at the same time and just concentrate on one lens first, but will also bring along the 8mm F1.8 fisheye lens, just in case I found something interesting I want to shoot with. I think it is best to have a main focus on one lens and not having to split my attention to two different lenses.
While waiting for the weekend to come (which seems like an eternity) I shall be sharing some photographs taken from last weekend's quick shutter therapy session. It was at Brickfield's area, which I seldom covered, hence I am sure you will find the photographs a breath of new air (unless you are of course a street photographer familiar with KL streets).
All images were taken with Panasonic GM1 and Olympus M.Zuiko lenses 45mm F1.8, 25mm F1.8 and the 9mm F8 fisheye bodycaplens
Any street photographers in KL must have shot this elevator cube thingy like a thousand times.
Portrait of a Stranger
Spaces in between
Portrait of a Stranger 2
Multiple Ladies on Wall
See what Carmen did there?
As I have mentioned I have not been to Brickfields for a long time, and I found the place to be quite refreshing, something different from what I usually do at Pudu or Chow Kit. There are many new buildings opening, with modern and rather futuristic looking architecture, with plenty of lines, patterns and space to work with, something street photographers desire. Certainly worth coming back for another round some day.