Sunday, 19 February 2017

February Shipyards Shoot

Here's a small sample of images I shot at the Heritage Shipyards on Feb 18 using an Olympus Pen-F. It's sort of a full circle for me as I used to own a half-frame Pen-F in the 70s - and now I can go fully digital with a camera that looks as if it were designed, well, in the 60s. First impressions is that this is not only a great looker but also a very capable, fast and feature-full mirrorless camera.

All the shots here were processed using Aurora HDR Pro from five bracketed, or single RAW files.

Soft drink recycling. (Five frames processed using Aurora Pro HDR)
Interior of the ferry Kanangra
(Five bracketed frames processed using Aurora Pro HDR)
Kanangra exterior
This was shot with the Olympus Zuiko 12mm f2 lens which shows some barrel distortion
(Five bracketed frames processed using Aurora Pro HDR)
Looking down into the Hopetoun's boiler room(Single RAW file processed using Aurora Pro HDR) 
Pointy end of the ferry Kanangra(Five bracketed frames processed using Aurora Pro HDR)

Shipyard
Because the Olympus fires at up to 10 frames per second it means you can shoot HDR bracketed exposures without a tripod and still get exceptional registration in the HDR process.
Something you can't achieve nearly so easily using a regular DSLR at 3 or 5 frames per second.
(Five bracketed frames processed using Aurora Pro HDR)
Kanangra interior view

John Oxley on the dry dock
(Five bracketed frames processed using Aurora Pro HDR)
Close up of gear transmission
(Single RAW file processed using Aurora Pro HDR)

Toolbox(Five bracketed frames processed using Aurora Pro HDR)

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