Olympus E-620 digital SLR turns your photos into art

Thanks to the Olympus E-620, taking photos just became a whole lot more fun

Soft Focus is designed to be used on people — it helps counter the effects of aging. When used on faces, it certainly does manage to get rid of lines and clear up blemishes to a certain extent, without making the photo look completely airbrushed. However, we think the soft focus filter also works well on inanimate objects, such as this stack of tables and chairs. The settings used here are f/7.1, 1/320th and ISO 200. We should point out that in Art mode, the E-620 will pick the best exposure setting automatically, but you can rotate the dial to manually select a different shutter speed or aperture. You are free to choose any ISO speed, or you can just leave it on auto.

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