I am fortunate enough to have two National Trust properties, Packwood House and Baddesley Clinton, within a short cycle ride of where I live so this May Day weekend holiday, which bought some glorious weather with it, was an excellent opportunity to get out with the OM-D and a couple of lenses (Panasonic 12-35mm f/2.8 and Olympus 60mm f/2.8 Macro).
As we were cycling, and I therefore did not want to carry too much weight, the OM-D once again proved its worth by being not too heavy but capable of producing some fantastic shots. Although I would not have believed it I find the Art Filters on this camera to be really useful in giving effects I once would have had to spend a fair bit of time having to create in software post image creation. You’ll see a few applications of these filters below.
First stop Packwood House:
Followed by Baddesley Clinton: