I love it. It gives us the chance to use a camera the way we learned to, with the benefits of a modern full frame DSLR.
Maybe itis just me, but I think that Olympus is a beautiful looking camera.
Let the battle commence. If this camera performs as well as it should, it will be superb and a real threat to the competition.
Blurriness is definitely due to camera shake.....but wait a minute, you nicked our cat......Dead ringer for our Smokey!!
That one is not bad at all, but if shot from a moving vehicle it will not be tack sharp due to vibrations..
John Mackay: I wish I could afford to fly to London to see this exhibition. I was so sad at his passing. I remember Yul Brynner mainly for his portrayal of the rogue cowboy in the movie Westworld and for for his role in the TV anti-smoking campaign when I was a kid (I'm 50 now) His words still ringing in my ears "Whatever you do, don't smoke." I never knew he was an avid photographer. I wish some of these exhibitions could make it online so to speak so everyone could enjoy them.
I may get some flak for this, but I am appalled. Yul Brynner was one of my favourite actors, but his photographs in terms of technical quality are average at best. His subject matter was I admit superb, but an exhibition of only 19 avearge photos, is not my idea of a quality exhibition. Add to that a price of 3000 pounds sterling per print and I am stunned..
An excellent article with sound advise..
Well, I have the perfect room for a studio and the cameras to go with it. I could buy one or two of the lighting kits shown........but nothing or no one to photograph..
great article though. I have as always learned something from it. Thanks..
To write any article based on software techniques, the author has to talk about the software they use. Whether there is a commercial link or not is irrelevant.
A good article and I have learned something I didn't know before..
The advise is excellent. The images are simply superb. Thank you.
Limited it may be but it allows you to view ALL files, including non RAW images at the same time. A good idea. Thanks to Microsoft for it....