This short article shares a collection of 15 consecutive photographs of a Silver-cheeked Hornbill taking flight. These images were captured handheld at Bird Kingdom with an Olympus OM-D E-M1X using Pro Capture H mode.
Since July 2015 when I sold all of my full frame camera gear, I’ve had people regularly ask me if I’ve had any regrets leaving full frame cameras behind. The quick answer is an unequivocal “no”. This lengthy article provides a detailed explanation.
This article features a selection of high contrast plant macro images. All were photographed handheld using the Olympus STF-8 Twin Macro Flash.
We recently purchased some additional lenses for our Olympus kit to specifically address our needs for all-in-one travel zoom capability. This article provides an overview of our rationale for the lenses we selected.
This article features a selection of handheld photographs captured with the M.Zuiko 14-150 II with extension tubes. Many photographers enjoy doing macro-type photography but can’t justify buying a dedicated macro lens. This posting demonstrates some of the flower images that are possible when using the M.Zuiko 14-150 II with extension tubes.
This article shares a selection of landscape photographs and discusses factors that were considered when creating these Crawford Lake compositions.
As some of you may already be aware, the Olympus JIP agreement for the transfer of the Olympus Imaging division has been reached. No doubt there will be all kinds of speculation and the Olympus haters will be out in full force. I will do my best to provide readers with factual information as it becomes available.
Advancements in photographic technology are making it increasingly important for us to view our camera equipment as part of an integrated imaging system. We need to look well beyond simplistic assessments of cameras, based primarily on sensor size. It is true that the sensor inside a camera is an important component that contributes to its photographic capabilities, but technology brings so much more to the table for us to consider.