I have decided to mostly try to use my prime 20mm f/1.7 lens as my lens of choice, supplemented by my prime 56mm lens. Out of curiosity I tried the 20mm micro 4/3 lens on my Olympus E-M5 III camera to make the above picture taken from behind the seats in the Omni room. I also decided to see how this monochrome processing looked. I doubt that Homewood would publish such images, but for my blog I might use it more often.
I’m still dithering about this monochrome style for some images, but I like it for many of the images I have tried so far. I am still making my images using raw files so I can revert to different styles easily while processing them.
The choice of a single prime lens for most of my work has a much larger impact; but, I might make it work in conjunction with fewer images. I’m going to try this 20mm f/1.7 Lumix lens for a while since it is so lightweight and small. If I really learn to love that effective 40mm focal length, I might decide to get the newer OM 20mm f/1.4 lens since it is weather resistant for outdoors and faster for indoor work.