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Title: Musee d'Orsay / Paris, France and a couple of EF-M lenses
Post by: AvTvM on January 08, 2016, 06:46:56 PM
Originally built as a train station ... see the golden clock face on the far wall? EF-M 11-22 @ 11mm
(https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-LOWizCcqfvA/VpBDyDraphI/AAAAAAAALV8/N45ljccFiks/s800-Ic42/20160103_04401S.jpg)

EF-M 18-55 @55mm
(https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-KzUbGqqmHW0/VpBGnnt872I/AAAAAAAALXE/SSItykfQPEE/s800-Ic42/20160103_04352S.jpg)

EF-M 22mm
(https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-dBLcJNhrus4/VpBDy921X7I/AAAAAAAALWE/vS90fvI_mME/s800-Ic42/20160103_04363S.jpg)

EF-M 55-200 @148mm - captured from the same position as image #1 
(https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-44ZATjLP7Kc/VpFPaYo6TkI/AAAAAAAALrw/FoyoTmHRDq4/s800-Ic42/20160103_04354S.jpg)

The art collections of course are also spectacular. And I can also recommend Le Restaurant. Sorry, shot through a glass window w/o polarizer, got some reflections in there. Just to get the idea. EF-M 22 again ..

(https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-KsdAT9IBuEc/VpBD0d2GLPI/AAAAAAAALWY/DeKixnEhKhA/s800-Ic42/20160103_04365S.jpg)

And the M being a Canon, there were some challenges with DR in quite some shots ... ;) :P

Sacre Coeur / Montmartre visible in the distance. EF-M 55-200 @ 117mm
(https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-efvVb8cpC9I/VpFPf4YkkFI/AAAAAAAALs0/NM-NADaFGt4/s800-Ic42/20160103_04376S.jpg)
Title: Re: Musee d'Orsay / Paris, France and a couple of EF-M lenses
Post by: jd7 on February 01, 2016, 06:38:16 AM
Nice shots! Seems like you had fun with the M.

And that clock is quite spectacular.
Title: Re: Musee d'Orsay / Paris, France and a couple of EF-M lenses
Post by: Click on February 01, 2016, 07:30:33 AM
Very nice shots. I especially like the last picture.
Title: Re: Musee d'Orsay / Paris, France and a couple of EF-M lenses
Post by: AvTvM on February 01, 2016, 01:04:38 PM
Thanks! Glad you like 'em!
 
Those clock are truly spectacular. There's 2 of them, fully accessible to visitors - one can walk right up to them. 

1. in the cafeteria - EF-M 55-200 @ 55mm, f/5.6
(https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-l0C2pcWPuaE/VpFPfdqcBSI/AAAAAAAALss/MkO1OM1QRIw/s800-Ic42/20160103_04375S.jpg)

2. another one in a "lounge area" that opens up, right when one needs a little rest after seeing all those amazing paintings in the main section - EF-M 22 @ f/5.6
(https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-yUIPTPwhzTg/VpFPiQnYhaI/AAAAAAAALtU/cPpkKBvAnDM/s800-Ic42/20160103_04392S.jpg)

As a matter of fact, sometimes a visitor takes a little nap right next to those works of art ... EF-M 22 @ f/2.0 :)
(https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-Z8x1QwVqcCM/VpFPg0pFa5I/AAAAAAAALtE/ChrEoXw5ScE/s800-Ic42/20160103_04385S.jpg)

My little EOS-M set is serving me quite well on all sorts of trips - cities as well as more alpine terrain.   8)