The least used Micro Four Thirds lens for me (amongst all the lenses that are available for me to use, which excludes the majority of Panasonic lenses) would definitely be the M.Zuiko 17mm F1.8 lens.
However, I have been doing my best, trying hard to familiarize myself with the elusive 35mm perspective. I have used the Fujifilm X100, which has a fixed equivalent 35mm focal length, and I have also subsequently used the underrated M.Zuiko 17mm F2.8 pancake lens, for a few shutter therapy sessions. I have also found an article written by Chris Gampat at ThePhoblographer here about "Beginner's Tip to Shooting Portraits with a 35mm Lens" extremely helpful when dealing with human subjects on the street.
My 35mm journey, a love-hate relationship which many of you have known now, is a continuous work in progress. I think (or I would like to think) that I am making some good progress, and hey, there really is no rush to accomplish anything out of my shutter therapy sessions. All I know, for certain is that the more I shoot, the more I see through this 35mm perspective, the better I will get, and I will definitely get there.
As a bonus to my usual showcase of selected photographs from my street shooting session, this time, Raja Indra Putra has sneakily recorded a video (using an app Clips, on his Iphone) of me and my friends in action!
Thanks Ripi for recording this!
All images were taken with Olympus PEN E-P5 and M.Zuiko 17mm F1.8 lens
Strip of Light
A Hot Morning
Five Foot Way
Outside A Chinese Temple
A Construction Worker
The 17mm Selfie
End the Day with Flat White