omdphotomatix

We just wanted to send you a reminder that there’s only 1 week left to win a brand new Olympus OM-D E-M1.  It has great built-in bracketing (7 exposures for a 14-stop dynamic range).  It’s fast, light, and easy to shoot with.  It’s quickly become my favorite HDR camera. But it’s also quite capable at shooting […]

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omdphotomatix

You might have heard me gush about how much I love shooting HDR with my Olympus OM-D E-M1.  It has great built-in bracketing (7 exposures for a 14-stop dynamic range).  It’s fast, light, and easy to shoot with.  It’s quickly become my favorite HDR camera. But it’s also quite capable at shooting great stills, time-lapse, and […]

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stabilize

Let Rich show you how to stabilize a Micro Four-Thirds camera.  For some of the cameras, the stabilization is part of the camera and not the lens. You can check out the whole class here and get a free trial membership here. Disclaimer: This is just one way to stabilize a camera. ______ This Post Sponsored by: lynda.com Learn […]

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lyndamft

You’ve probably heard Scott and me talk about how much we love the Micro Four-Thirds format.  In this movie we outline some of the key benefits and what makes these cameras work differently than traditional DSLRs. You can check out the whole class here and get a free trial membership here. Disclaimer: This is just an overview of some […]

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When I made the decision to retire from assignment work this year, I knew one of the benefits would be having time to do personal projects. And to be frank, I am not waiting until November 2, 2013. I have started slowly retiring already. It’s kind of fun. I am only taking jobs that allow […]

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Get ready to be shocked. I’m not using my 1D MK IV or my D3s for portrait photography. I’m not using my Leica M9 either. Instead, I am using my Olympus EP-3 with 45mm, f/1.8 lens. (See my E-P3 review here.) I know, I know – you’re thinking something like, “how can a pro use […]

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NOTE: You may want to read my review of the Olympus 45mm f/1.8 Lens here and the Olympus PEN E-P3 here. If you’ve been following along, you know I am a fan of the Olympus 4/3 cameras. The new version, the EP3 is actually one of my favorite cameras. I carry one pretty much everywhere […]

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UPDATE: Yes – sometimes I am a bit stupid. Turns out the lens isn’t blue – well it is blue but you can remove the blue cover and then it’s not blue – so ignore anything I said about blue lenses and Olympus, don’t fire that guy after all :) It’s long been THE problem […]

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I’m only teaching a few workshops this year. One I wouldn’t miss is the Palouse workshop. The Palouse country of eastern Washington is one of the most under-photographed landscapes in the USA. It’s amazing and beautiful and the perfect backdrop for a field workshop. Thankfully, even in this economy, the workshop sold out and I’m […]

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UPDATE: I got a very positive response from Olympus about this post. Instead of becoming defensive or going on the attack, they made their case for both the camera and their PR event. While Olympus and I disagree on several points – I am convinced they meant well and I will be reviewing the camera […]

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Entry-Level Digital Single Lens Reflex Camera Debuts Mother’s Day Weekend Olympus announced a new small DSLR. The new E-450 continues the E-400 series’ heritage of a small and portable design. The new camera also provides a more viewable 2.7-inch LCD and On-Screen Autofocus, Face Detection, Shadow Adjustment Technology and Perfect Shot Preview to get the […]

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