Messing Around with OM-D Art Filters

Well it’s 30 degrees centigrade here in Solihull, much too hot to think let alone take any photographs however…

…at the end of the garden a nice little still life reveals itself which I thought it would be nice to experiment with the creative art filters of my OM-D on. It also means I don’t have to walk far to get any images in this heat!

Here are six images, each with a different art filter applied:

1) Dramatic Tone:

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA2) Soft Focus:

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA3) Pin Hole:

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA4) Cross Process:

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA5) Sepia

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA6) Grainy Film:

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAAll pictures taken with an Olympus OM-D and the wonderful M.ZUIKO 45mm f/1.8 lens.

2 comments

  1. The art filters are nice on the OMD (especially soft focus), but I think I prefer those on the Fuji X100s.

  2. […] mode. Art filters are one of the features I never thought I would use much on a camera however I really love the OM-D ones. The usual/most straight forward way of selecting these is via the mode dial (on the top left of […]

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