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I found this Oly OM-1 at the local Thrift Store. It was hidden on a low shelf in a leather camera bag with no price tag. I checked with a sale clerk and after discussing it with a manager they said $15. When I got it home the bag contained Camera in full working condition two lenses, Hoya filter. Working light meter lens hoods, flash and everready case in excellent condition.
Into the light. i am Peace
Spiritual University UK
Global retreat Center
Lumix DMC LX3
OM2N Roll 1
Couldn't wait any longer, I finished the first test roll very quickly and developed it at the local lab today, now it's the results here.
First of all, it appears that the Zuiko lens' sharpness once again amazed me, even shot wide open, you'll see the sharpness will not reduce, although, it produces much more severe vignetting at the corners, but to be honest, I quite like it.
I don't know if it is caused by the film or the lens, the colors appear to be vibrant, although, the contrast is a bit less satisfying but acceptable.
More test shots will follow :)
Model : 3bOod
Photo taken by : Me
فـ الشاليه .. ام باب
Deep sky sunset over the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont. Overlooking Lewis Pond in the Nulhegan Basin. Solo. A long story, but this was a view months in the planning. A clear sky at the new moon. Technically, park closed. Remember why?
I just peeked over at my friend Angela, how funny she also has flags today. Amanda and I spotted these in Eureka Springs. This town was full of art, spirit and inspiration. I never wanted to leave and we visited the town three times while there.