Category Archives: Micro Four Thirds (18 x 13.5 mm)

Laughing Kookaburra HHHR

During a recent visit to Bird Kingdom I had the opportunity to capture a small selection of Laughing Kookaburra HHHR images. Experimenting with Handheld Hi Res mode with my Olympus OM-D E-M1X is always an enjoyable pastime.

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Photographing Fur Babies

During a recent visit to our daughter’s home I spent a few minutes photographing fur babies. My daughter and her husband have three dogs…. Wayne, Wawa and Casper. It is sometimes a bit of a challenge to catch them remaining still for any length of time… so I made the best of the situation!

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PRO 40-150 HHHR Test Images

I went to the Niagara Butterfly Conservatory today with the goal of capturing some M.Zuiko PRO 40-150 mm f/2.8 HHHR test images. These Handheld Hi Res (HHHR) butterfly images were captured during a two hour visit to the facility.

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Switching to Plan B

It was a beautiful sunny day here yesterday. So, I grabbed my camera gear fully intending to photograph some small birds at Hendrie Valley. I forgot it was Family Day in Ontario and the trails at Hendrie were jammed with young families. Switching to Plan B made a lot of sense so I headed back to the Royal Botanical Gardens main building.

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M4/3 Ideal for Baby Boomers

Browsing photography sites these days would give folks the impression that ‘everyone’ is buying full frame camera gear. And, based on the opinions of ‘reviewers’, it would be hard not to think that the only cameras of any merit are full frame or larger. This article counters some of these perspectives. It also provides my opinion on why M4/3 is ideal for Baby Boomers.

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Macro Flower Photo Art

This article shares a selection of 18 flower and foliage images that were processed into macro flower photo art. The ‘poster edges’ filter treatment in Topaz was used in a consistent manner on all of the images to make them part of a photographic family.

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