The Four Thirds sensor

In 2007 I bought my first DSLR.  It was the Olympus E-volt 500 that came with two kit lenses.  It shot images only, no video, but stored in RAW format.  At the time I was a big OM-2n SLR film snapper.  So naturally I chose Olympus as my first digital camera.  I had so much fun taking snaps from tattered paper cups to sunsets by the beach.  Recently, after revisiting those old digital images, I found some snaps that actually turned out pretty cool.

These images are of the Brewery by the rail yards in Los Angeles.

This is fun with filters

the brewery's paradox iron warehouse in los angeles

the brewery's paradox iron warehouse in los angeles

the brewery's paradox iron warehouse in los angeles

Fun with color filters!

the brewery's paradox iron warehouse in los angeles

the brewery's paradox iron warehouse in los angeles

the brewery's paradox iron warehouse in los angeles

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10 thoughts on “The Four Thirds sensor

      1. It’s my pleasure. It is still extremely hot here and probably will be until October. Have a lovely evening Borja.

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  1. Nice shots from the archive! I still shoot with my old Olympus E520. It’s dated, but it’s a very capable camera. I don’t care for video and all the other bells and whistles. However, I plan to upgrade to one of the OMD cameras in the future. I am mainly after more resolution and better image quality, especially in low light. The plus is that I can still use my four third lenses with an adapter. Thanks for sharing!

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    1. Thanks, man. I really like your film snaps. As you know there is something about film photography that makes an image appear magical. Quality glass is the way to go. Matched with a robust camera body and you’ve got a great combo.

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