I need a break or I will break down completely.
This coming weekend I will be traveling with Olympus Malaysia team to Kota Kinabalu, Sabah and immediately after that I will be returning to my home in Kuching, Sarawak. I have not been back since August, and I look forward to seeing mum and catching up with friends and relatives. Most important of all, I shall make plenty of time for shooting on the streets in Kuching, and my hands are getting unbearably itchy!
Well, the logic is pretty much simple, when I do not have time to shoot in the weekends, there are no new photographs, thus nothing that I can use to compose my new blog updates.
Was trying the close up shooting of 12-100mm F4 PRO lens
Ahhh, yesss, I have plenty of portrait of strangers shots I did with the E-M1 Mark II, but I decided to show more images of the beautiful ladies I found at the MotorGP event at Sepang.
Some weird structure that I thought would look better but was quite a disappointment, at Lake Gardens, KL.
The only reason I went to Bird Park this time, was to track moving birds to test the C-AF of E-M1 Mark II. Hence I did not include normal bird photos, because, I think I have overused birds as my test subjects.
This was taken with the 300mm F4 IS PRO lens. I realized I have not done macro shooting with the E-M1 Mark II yet. That will be in my to-do list in the near future.
This was a failed attempt at shooting a 8 seconds hand-held with the 12-100mm F4 IS PRO on E-M1 Mark II. I think the initial 5 seconds was fully stabilized and the eyecup which was pressed on my glasses slipped, hence the erratic light motion. It is so cool, because the first 5 seconds was so stabilized it looked as if this image was a double exposure image.
Flat White. Ahhhhhhhh
The images shown in this blog entry were recycled from the rejected list of images that did not make it to the recent E-M1 Mark II reviews.
Have you guys checked out the Olympus touch and try consumer events in your cities? I am sure Olympus near you is doing their best to bring the E-M1 Mark II for you to have hands-on experience before the camera hits the market. Please go and let me know what you think of the camera. You do not have to agree with me, as I mentioned my review is based on my own user experience using the camera, which is purely subjective.
When I do have more photographs next week, I will surely publish them here! Anyone in Kuching keen to join in street shooting around town area? Drop me a comment below.