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Date: 23/12/2015 | By: Heather

20 Best Images from 2015 & Holiday Greetings from Mathieu and Heather

X-T1, 1/55, f/ 2/1, ISO 800

20 Best Images from 2015 & Holiday Greetings from Mathieu and Heather

2015 has been a wonderful year for us here at MirrorLessons. Not only have we had the chance to test and review lots of awesome products, but we also moved to Wales, the country whose beauty captured Heather’s heart when she was a young child, and subsequently Mathieu’s when he visited six years ago. It is a decision we haven’t regretted, despite the “occasional” spell of rough weather! 😉

It has been an exciting year on the mirrorless front as well, with many new cameras and lenses being released and a greater acceptance of mirrorless systems as professional tools. Our feeling is that 2016 will be even better!

To wrap up the year, Mathieu and I have decided to share 20 of our best images from 2015 taken with the various mirrorless cameras we’ve tested. Our aim was to include as many different genres as possible, from landscapes and portraits to sports and wildlife. We were inspired by Ian MacDonald’s post where he shared 25 of his best images from the year. We hope you enjoy looking through them as much as we enjoyed taking them!

We also wanted to let you all know that we will be taking a break over the next 10 days to spend some time with friends and family. Though we won’t be posting any new articles until January 2016, you can still reach us on our social networks where we will continue to be active.

As a final note, we’d like to thank everyone who has supported us over the year including the various mirrorless brands, the rumour websites (4/3 Rumors, Sony Alpha Rumors and Fuji Rumors) and Tom Stirr for sharing our work on a regular basis, and of course, all our readers. MirrorLessons simply wouldn’t exist without you!

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! See you in 2016!

X-T1, 1/50, f/16, ISO 200
A7 II, 1/100, f/11, ISO 125
X-T1, 1/2400, f/4.5, ISO 200
A7r II, 1/2000, f/6.3, ISO 400
GX8, 1/3200, f/4.5, ISO 640
E-M1, 1/400, f/2, ISO 400
E-M10 II, 1/320, f/3.2, ISO 800
DP0, 25s, f/11, ISO 100
A7r II, 1/250, f/10, ISO 200
X-T1, 1/540, f/5.6, ISO 200
E-M1, 1/6, f/5.6, ISO 200
NX1, 1/200, f/2.8, ISO 800
X-T1, 1/500, f/2.8, ISO 200
GX8, 1/3200, f/2.8, ISO 200
J5, 1/800, f/5.6, ISO 250
A7 II, 1/50, f/9, ISO 50
A7r II, 1/100, f/8, ISO 200
Leica T, f/8, ISO 100
X-T10, 1/8, f/2.8, ISO 500
A7r II, 10s, f/1.8, ISO 3200

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About the author: Heather Broster

Heather Broster was born in Canada, has lived in Japan and Italy but currently calls Wales home. She is a full-time gear tester at MirrorLessons. You can follow her on Google+, Twitter or Facebook!

  • Alan Paone

    hey, any reason why you don’t list the focal length with the rest of the settings? A hint about the perspective is probably what I’m most interested in out of those details!

  • Klaus Thielking-Riechert

    Oh … I get quite embarrassed when reading these kind words! Thank you very much! 😉

  • Heather Broster

    Thank you, Klaus! And thank YOU for being an ever-present member in our community! Have a wonderful New Year’s Eve with your friends and family!

  • Klaus Thielking-Riechert

    Wow! Thank you for sharing this great collection, Heather and Mathieu! And furthermore let me thank you for all the hard work you are spending for our all common interest. I wish you a very good start into 2016 and of course, a Happy New Year, too! 😉

  • Heather Broster

    Thank you, Otto!

  • Heather Broster

    Thank you for the lovely comment, Katarina! We really hope to have the chance to see you again soon. I think another #lndnwlk is definitely in order! Merry Christmas!

  • Katarina Tomekova

    Those are fantastic photos, some of them I do remember from a community site. Thank you for everything you are doing for us, I am so glad that I met you this year personally and I hope that we will see each other again. All the best !

  • Otto Rascon

    Beautiful photos, well done! Thanks for sharing.

  • Heather Broster

    Thank you, Laurent. And to you! (Give Canada my regards. :) )

  • Heather Broster

    Thanks, Joe. Will you do the same? :) Have a wonderful Christmas!

  • Heather Broster

    That’s our hope as well. Merry Christmas!

  • Paul Stuart

    Nice images good to see, look forward to next years reviews ,hopefully a interesting year in m43 format ,happy xmas and new year

  • Joe Turic

    Great shots Mattieu and Heather! I love yearly retrospectives :) Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

  • Laurent M.

    Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from Canada!

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