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  • When less could be... more. A personal review of the Olympus OM-D E-M5

    by Ciolca | 29th of September, 2014

    Some time ago I upgraded to full frame. I traded my excellent Nikon D7000 for a brand new D610. I have also replaced the standard zoom Tamron 17-55 f/2.8 with its bigger brother 24-70 f/2.8 for full frame. All was OK, I was extremely satisfied with the move. But besides the... More
  • Micro Four Thirds hitting its stride

    by Bradcalkins | 13th of September, 2012

    I wrote back in June about my new camera, the Olympus OM-D and my decision to switch to Micro Four Thirds for all of my photos. How is it working out, you might ask? Has the glow of a new purchase faded away into the noisy shadows of a small sensor? Hardly! I'm very... More
  • Olympus OM-D E-M5 Review

    by Bradcalkins | 22nd of June, 2012

    If you follow my blogs and forum posts, you know I've long been a fan of the Micro Four Thirds system. I'm a firm believer that for most photos or end uses we have reached a point where full frame cameras are an unnecessary expense (each to their own, of course!). I've... More
  • Olympus 45mm f/1.8 lens review

    by Bradcalkins | 14th of April, 2012

    I used to be seeking the perfect P&S - one that was good enough in quality to allow me to abandon the idea of carrying my dSLR for all but the most critical situations (naturally the dSLR is the first choice in the home or studio as weight and size are not factors)... More
  • Focus

    by Williamardrey | 23rd of August, 2010

    I have been having trouble with accurate focusing lately. I have the Olympus Evolt510 SLR digital camera and mostly use the kit lenses it came with for most of my pictures. I did buy a Zuiko telephoto lens last year to complement the other lenses. I'm trying to discover... More
  • What is Micro 4/3rds?

    by Bradcalkins | 19th of January, 2010

    Micro four thirds has been around for a bit now, but seems to be getting a lot of interest since the Olympus EP-1, EP-2 and Panasonic GF-1 were announced. After winning one of the assignments here recently I decided to splurge and get a Panasonic GF1 to replace my Canon... More
  • How to take Photos at Night

    by Holgs | 10th of October, 2009

    I'm in Argentina updating my photos and website. You may have noticed that I have quite a few photos that are taken at night. It's my favourite time to shoot, but takes a bit more effort to get decent results. I've just finished updating my article on how to take photos... More
  • Digital Workflow - Olympus Cameras

    by Holgs | 21st of July, 2009

    After a few months of being in one place in Colombia I've been on the road again for a little while now. I was expecting my next blog to be about southern Colombia - but actually nothing that exciting happened, (except maybe the wheel of the bus falling off while in motion)... More
  • Lighting and the ollympus camera equipment

    by Petroruth | 12th of February, 2009

    Hello i have an olympus E-510 camera and a 14-42mm lens and a 50-200mm lens and a olympus FL-36 flash. I have most of my interior rejections due to lighting and artifacting. I do not have great technical capabilities although I am willing to learn. i am open to discussion... More
  • New on Dreamstime.

    by Marpit | 20th of August, 2008

    Hi, I started recently on Dreamstime and I uploaded the pictures of my travels made with a simple compact Olympus 4 MP. I like that someone like my photos and can be bought and I'd like to know what do you think about my work. Ciao. See Article
  • Wide Angle - Olympus user?

    by Cleaper | 4th of March, 2008

    I absolutely love taking landscape photographs but I feel that i would benefit from a wide angle lens. I am currently using an Olympus e-400 with the supplied kit lenses, which are great but not exactly wide angle. The two lenses I have been looking into are the 7-14mm... More

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