Thursday, 30th November 2017
We’ve had a blast during Landscape Month. As the days get shorter and sunsets get more accessible, this has been an amazing time to get inspired, get outside and make the most of the world around us. But by far our favourite aspect of Landscape Month has been watching your images flood into our social media streams. From urban to rural landscapes, and from sunrise to sunset – and even a few in between – it’s been you, our photographers, who’ve been setting the standard.
Monday, 27th November 2017
Love was most certainly in the air for the latest Olympus event at Soho’s vibrant Graphic Bar, with a group of lucky photographers assembling for a ‘Speed Dating’ workshop like no other! The group was split into smaller groups, each starting off by taking part in one of three sessions hosted by the Olympus Ambassadors and experts.
Tuesday, 31st October 2017
40 intrepid photographers spent the afternoon exploring the booking hall, tunnels and disused platforms of the decommissioned Aldwych Tube Station. The location provided the backdrop for two differing photo shoots directed by Olympus Ambassadors Gavin Hoey and Marcus Clackson. Splitting into two groups, half the party travelled back in time to photograph a vintage set up with model Beth and a 50’s themed set-up led by Marcus in the station booking hall.
Wednesday, 21st June 2017
With temperatures peaking at over 30˚C this was always going to be a hot ticket – so it was a fortunate 60 photographers who joined our OLYMPUS experts and Ambassadors for a day of E-M1 Mark II inspired fun at Oxford University Parks with the fabulous Giffords Circus.
Friday, 15th April 2016
The Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park, London hosted an exclusive invite only evening to celebrate John Nassari’s ’80 at 80’ exhibition. The 80 images celebrated OLYMPUS’ 80th anniversary of camera manufacturing and provided a rare glimpse inside one of London’s most celebrated 5-star hotels…
Thursday, 25th February 2016
ON BOARD THE SMILE TRAIN – this was the time Cleveland allocated to visit two Indian cities and document a boy’s quest to collect images to exhibit and raise money for SMILE TRAIN – a charity set up to help children born with cleft palates/lips. His images document the fine work of the SMILE TRAIN organisation in a hospital in Delhi.
Monday, 8th February 2016
One of the questions I get asked most often is ‘how did I get into fashion photography?’ It’s pretty simple – although not terribly exciting!