Date: 23/12/2015 | By: Heather
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!
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