Olympus Corporation has announced updates to its lens roadmap for M.Zuiko Digital lenses that conform to the Micro Four Thirds System standard.
Experienced photographers know that “interesting” weather can make for some great photo opportunities.
I haven’t always been a bird photographer. I’ve done my share of landscape photography. Since landscape photography is wildly popular and there are new people jumping into the genre every day, I decided to compile a newbie’s guide to getting good landscape photos. If you know someone who’s new to photography who might be interested, please share this with them.
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.