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    Default Gear Cutter

    Nature, landscapes and the likes is not my real interest in photography. Street, candids and people are my main interest so I'm experimenting with this small pocket P&S Olympus TG-4. So far it seems to satisfy me in a lot of things I like to shoot. But I still have my EM1 to use where a P&S won't work.

    This shot was taken at work with the TG-4.

    The IS works really well. this is a hand held shot.
    ISO 1000
    F8
    SHUTTER 1/8
    NO FLASH

    Processed in LR, PS and Topaz.

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    Gear Cutter-Mole Killer #2 by Lorey Barnum, on Flickr[/IMG]
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    Default Re: Gear Cutter

    I think that worked out surprisingly good for a TG-4!
    Olympus OM-D EM-5
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    Thank you Edmunds. The 10 most recent pictures on my Flickr account are from the TG-4. What pushed me over the edge to buy one is that it shoots RAW format and has F2.0.
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