Testing the Olympus at the UT campus

More tests with my handy little new friend, the Olympus OM-D EM-1

I am liking this camera, a lot.  It's quite versatile, and obviously it is small and light, which is hard not to like about a camera.  But capability-wise, it seems to really handle what I have been throwing at it.  In other words, I am likely going to sell all my Nikon gear.  It's that good.

I was up at the University of Texas campus for an event recently, and just brought along the EM-1 in case I had the chance to fire a few shots.  That's what I love about it - it's small enough to pack along "just in case".  I never did that with my Nikon.

Luckily, I did have time to grab a few shots, and those are what you see here today.  These are all HDR photos.  All were taken handheld, and though I fired 5 shots each time, I ended up only using 3 photos when it came time to process.  I've been doing that more lately - even though I may take 5-7 photos per bracket, I am not using them all.

Anyways, I'll be back with more about this Olympus camera another time.  Enjoy today's photos, and thanks for stopping by!

Hallways always have great lines, and are wonderful for HDR, in my opinion.

Another hallway, just about 15 feet away from that last one.  Easy!

Littlefield Fountain, a well-known spot on the University of Texas at Austin campus.

Just a statue - I wanted to see how this one handled firing brackets in sketchy light - it did good!