This article showcases the M.Zuiko f/2.8 trinity of zoom lenses with a selection of handheld images along with some commentary. There is no intent in this posting to suggest to readers that they purchase these lenses, or change the camera system that they are currently using. As is often stated here… photographers should buy and use whatever gear best meets their needs.
This article features some handheld HDR1 landscape test images captured with the M.Zuiko PRO 7-14 f/2.8 and PRO 12-40 f/2.8 zoom lenses. While many photographs prefer to use tripods when doing landscape photography, my preference is to always shoot handheld if at all possible.
This article features some handheld focus stacked landscape test images captured with M.Zuiko PRO 7-14 f/2.8 and PRO 12-40 f/2.8 zoom lenses. Many photographers prefer to use tripods for their landscape photography, while others (like me) would rather shoot everything handheld if possible.
This article shares a selection of photographs that I captured handheld before sunrise at LaSalle Park in Burlington, Ontario. I must admit that it felt a bit odd to head off during the wee hours of an early November morning to capture some landscape images without a tripod.
We have a cherry pie tradition in our family that we have maintained for many years and continued it during these challenging times with COVID-19.
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!
This article features a small selection of Niagara Falls Live ND photographs captured handheld with an Olympus OM-D E-M1X.
A good way to push our photographic skills and our camera gear is to give ourselves the occasional challenge. A little while ago I gave myself an ISO-200 forest challenge. The goal was to hike through the forest at the Niagara Glen Nature Centre on a dead calm day, and to keep my ISO at, or under, ISO-200.
This article answers the question, “What’s in our Olympus Bag?” For the past few months, I’ve been getting a number of emails from folks wondering about our Olympus kit. They’ve been asking what we purchased and why. So… this article provides some answers.
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