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Ranch Horse on Cold Morning – Tetons

I am amazed at how insanely sharp the Olympus M.Zuiko 40-150mm f2.8 Pro lens is. Not to mention the great focal length too, equivalent to 80-300mm at f2.8 in the full-frame world, all in a lightweight design that makes it easy to carry around all day.

As my camera loan with Olympus is expiring now, I’ll definitely be ordering this lens very soon as I can’t live without it! It’s easily becoming one of my favorites.

This ranch horse in the Tetons was photographed a few weeks ago hand-held with the Olympus OM-D E-M1X camera (of which I just ordered my own copy today 😀) at 150mm, 1/250s at f4 at ISO 800. Needless to say it was darn cold that morning! Photo was processed in Capture One Pro and further enhanced both in Luminar Flex and Photoshop.

 

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