What I love about Wales are those unique green tones you see on the hills and mountains. And, being such a changeable climate, you can encounter some very dramatic scenery where shadows and light reveal the shapes and colours of the mountains like a painter would do on his canvas.
Trailing the British Butterflies: An Olympus Pen E-P5 Gallery
As many of you may have guessed, I am a bit of a lepidopterist. Nobody, not even Mathieu, has quite been able to get their head around my passion for these winged flowers, and admittedly, I too am mystified by the profound positive effect they have on me. Every year, as summer approaches, I jot […]
How to Create Double Exposures with the Olympus Pen E-P5
Update: our full review of the Pen E-P5 is now up! Are you looking for an endless creative outlet that will keep you shooting with enthusiasm from dawn until dusk? If so, look no further than the double/multiple exposure mode. It can be found on a number of mirrorless cameras including but not limited to […]
5-Axis Stabilization in the Olympus Pen E-P5: Is it all it’s cracked up to be?
Update: our full review of the Pen E-P5 is now up! For those who’ve been locked in a dark room for the past two years, there now exists a new kind of internal stabilization that has got camera zealots buzzing. It has the fancy name of ‘5-axis stabilization‘, and was first introduced in the revolutionary […]
A Quick Hands-On with the new Olympus Pen E-P5
Update: our full review of the Pen E-P5 is now up! Yesterday, I had a brief encounter with the new Pen E-P5 at an Olympus product demonstration here in Torino. Unfortunately, I wasn’t allowed to take the camera out for a short spin as I had done with Fujinon 55-200mm last month, so I will limit […]