Still trying to get a handle on the LSF jpeg’s from the EM1. They look to have different, but similar “power” to the RAW files, but with a running head start for processing.
The image below has minimal processing other than a basic mono conversion, some control of the relevant colours and and a little brush work to remove “strays” in the black shadows. Unlike a lot of jpeg files, they do not fall apart when treated like RAW files (many serious jpeg shooters process jpegs in layers as they do not push or pull well with basic sliders).
Each year we take down the mandatory Australian fly screen in our bedroom and get a short window (so to speak) of lush late summer garden through clear glass. Most of the images I get this way are impossible to take from outside.