Search ImagingPixel for Images by Camera or Lens

Monday, June 10, 2019

Five Frames, Olympus E-P5 + Lumix G 14mm 1:2.5 Asph., on Microsoft Photos

Olympus E-P5 + Lumix G 14mm 1:2.5 Asph., on Microsoft Photos 01
Olympus E-P5 + Lumix G 14mm 1:2.5 Asph., on Microsoft Photos 02
Olympus E-P5 + Lumix G 14mm 1:2.5 Asph., on Microsoft Photos 03
Olympus E-P5 + Lumix G 14mm 1:2.5 Asph., on Microsoft Photos 04
Olympus E-P5 + Lumix G 14mm 1:2.5 Asph., on Microsoft Photos 05
Digital Moments, image making with a Lumix G 14mm 1:2.5 Asph., edited and post-processed on Microsoft Photos.
<< Click on image for enlarged Lightbox display >>

I do a fair amount of LRT (Light Rail Transport) hopping, on the weekends, where I would first take the train, either to the city or in the opposite direction, dropping off at interconnecting stops along the line, to do the loop before coming back to join the main route I was originally on.

Back on the desktop, I am also warming up (rather slowly) to the new image-editing software from Olympus, Olympus Workspace, which replaced the older Olympus Viewer 3 (OV3) a few months back. Between the two, I do add edits with apps from a standalone version of Google NIK Collection and even Microsoft Photos in the process workflow.

Olympus E-P5, Lumix G 14mm 1:2.5 Asph.
Olympus E-P5, Lumix G 14mm 1:2.5 Asph.

The enhancements are done on the 'Filters' section of the apps, where you can go for automated enhancement by just clicking on the 'Enhance your photo' image, or go further and have the image rendered with the menu of filter effects.

Post-enhancing images on Microsoft Photos

The good part about using Microsoft Photos is that the app is installed with the version of Windows you are using, you can access the 'Edit & Create' interface by clicking on any image you have in your image folders, and using it is very easy and intuitive.



Vintage Camera Marketplace by ImagingPixel

Malaysia's Online Marketplace for Vintage Film and Digital Cameras, Lenses,
and Camera Accessories.
Follow ImagingPixel on Facebook, Pinterest, and X.

No comments:

Post a Comment

Popular on ImagingPixel