Raviraj Kande is an actor, stand-up comedian, and self-taught photographer from Mumbai, India who has been using Olympus Micro Four Thirds gear for many years now. In one of his latest posts on the Olympus Passion website, he reviews the Olympus M.Zuiko 25mm f/1.8 and explains the thought process that went into choosing this lens over […]
David Hughes of SoundImagePlus recently shared an interesting post about mirrorless cameras and the world of stock photography. One of the first to embrace the mirrorless concept back in 2009 when he invested in the Panasonic Lumix G1, David has since shot thousands of stock images with mirrorless cameras, many of which are his best-sellers. […]
Nathan Wright of Ω image recently wrote an interesting article that details his feelings towards the Leica SL, which he purchased in the autumn of 2016 for a mix of professional and personal reasons. Though his overall impressions are positive, particularly concerning the design and usability of the camera, he remains critical of the AF-C tracking capabilities, which are subpar […]
Patrick Leong of Finding Range recently published a review of the Fujinon 16-55mm f/2.8. In addition to a nice variety of photographs taken around New York City that give you a good idea of what the lens can do, Patrick covers all aspects regarding the lens including build quality, sharpness, bokeh, autofocus performance and overall optical quality.
Those interested in using the Micro Four Thirds system – namely Olympus and Panasonic Lumix – for astrophotography might harbour some concern about the performance of the smaller sensor in low-light conditions. In his series of dedicated blog posts, Canadian photographer and Olympus Trailblazer Peter Baumgarten alleviates many of these fears by showing you how to make […]