The Olympus team has confirmed to me that they have no plans to close their imaging business or consider sale of their business at this time.
I don’t want to sound dogmatic or heavy handed. I am not the nature photography police. On the other hand some people may not realize their actions are potentially unhelpful to the wildlife they seek to photograph. So I decided to write this post hoping to educate those who are interested.
DxO PhotoLab 3 just hit the streets and it is a very advanced (yet relatively easy to use) piece of photo editing software.
This is a short little post aimed at giving guidance to those who want to try their hand at birds in flight (BIF) photography.
I know from experience how hard it is and how frustrating it can be. Believe me. I post lots of sharp, well-composed, BIF shots but for every one I post, I have 100 that fell short – somehow.
Some digital cameras, including my Olympus OM-D E-M1 X come with the ability to be charged via USB. Most digital cameras that allow USB charging have a USB-C port.
Roadrunner Photo by Scott Bourne
Every once in a while, someone asks me if I still love photography. After all I have been practicing photography for more than four decades. While I have had moments in my life when I tried to put my camera down, the answer is absolutely. Yes, I still love photography. The question made me ponder why. Why DO I love photography? I was forced to embrace my softer side to answer that question. And the answer may surprise some who think they know me.