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MY OLYMPUS JOURNEY : DISCOVERING TINY THINGS THROUGH A MACRO LENS

MY OLYMPUS JOURNEY : DISCOVERING TINY THINGS THROUGH A MACRO LENS

BY JAMIE ROSENCRANS We tracked down Jamie, AKA @this_forest_floor on Instagram, to find out more about the incredible structures and scenes found in front of their 60mm F2.8 Macro… When I was a very broke college student, an exceptionally kind friend of mine...
MY OLYMPUS PROJECT: PET PHOTOGRAPHY WITH CHARLIE THE GOLDEN RETRIEVER

MY OLYMPUS PROJECT: PET PHOTOGRAPHY WITH CHARLIE THE GOLDEN RETRIEVER

BY LILLY SWARFIELD Want to make sure you’re getting the very best out of your camera when it comes to photographing furry friends? Join Lilly Swarfield as she shares her tips for capturing fantastic pet portraits with the help of her golden retriever, Charlie. I...
AN OASIS OF TRANQUILITY: PHOTOGRAPHING HOOKSTONE WOODS

AN OASIS OF TRANQUILITY: PHOTOGRAPHING HOOKSTONE WOODS

BY OLYMPUS AMBASSADOR STEVE GOSLING Sheltered IR converted Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark II & M.Zuiko Digital ED 12-50mm F3.5-6.3 Photographer Steve Gosling lives close to a small area of woodland, that he loves to visit with his camera. In the last couple of weeks...
WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHY WITHOUT A LONG LENS

WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHY WITHOUT A LONG LENS

BY ANDREW TURPIN Wildlife photography is something of a battle. The first part is finding wildlife, of course, but the really tricky bit is getting up close. You may well have the kind of ninja skills that allow you to get within range, but you’re still going to end...
ROB COTTLE’S JOURNEY TO JAPAN WITH OLYMPUS

ROB COTTLE’S JOURNEY TO JAPAN WITH OLYMPUS

Olympus mentor Rob Cottle shares his fascinating experiences capturing the stunning landscapes, wildlife and culture that Japan has to offer. When we last spoke, you were writing Safari on a Budget. What have you been up to since? I had to quickly look up when we last...