“Of course, there will always be those who look only at technique, who ask ‘how’, while others of a more curious nature will ask ‘why’. Personally, I have always preferred inspiration to information.” – Man Ray
As an Olympus Visionary, I have been given the privilege of working with some of the fine people at Olympus. They are all very hard-working and dedicated to the notion that they want to make the best products they can possibly make.
I rarely do this but the annual Hunt’s Show is a big deal. If you’ve been looking for photo gear, now is the time to buy. Hunt’s is open all this week and weekend. There are some great deals on Olympus gear.
Today, Olympus announced a successor to the Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark II camera body. The new camera is called the Olympus E-M5 MK III Micro Four Thirds, digital camera. I had access to embargoed information about the camera that I am now at liberty to disclose. While this is only a first impressions post, I will tell you that I am VERY impressed with those impressions.
Sunset photographs are very, very popular on social media. They’re very popular just about everywhere. Once in a while I like to write a quick tips sheet for sunset photographers in the hopes that I’ll help someone get a real keeper. This is NOT an exhaustive list – it’s just a starting point. So here’s a quick list – 10 Sunset Photography Tips. (And stay tuned at the end of the story for a special HOW I GOT THE SHOT section on eagles and sunset photography.)
Bird photography is one of those pursuits where control freaks just don’t do well. If you are a bird photographer, from the start you have to accept one important fact:
It requires focus and devotion to an idea over which you have no control.
I am a guy who usually travels to someplace to do my professional photography. In the old days, […]