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Documenting Your Life: The Creative Antidote to a Busy Schedule

Because photography is only a small part of my job, it’s a great challenge  to find time to shoot regularly enough to keep my technical skills sharp and my creative vision attuned to the nuances of light. It seems that the items piling up on the to-do list often take priority in the limited hours […]

Quick Tip: Olympus PEN Video and Adobe Lightroom

If you use Adobe Lightroom to manage your photos, you’ll want to be sure to download any video you shoot with the new Olympus PEN E-P3, E-PL3 and E-PM1 cameras manually. While Adobe Lightroom will download and manage video from earlier PEN cameras and the Olympus E-5, it doesn’t recognize the AVCHD video format used […]

First Impressions: The Olympus PEN E-PM1

Last week I received my Olympus PEN E-PM1 and began putting it through the paces last weekend. Having quickly fallen in love with the image quality and focus speed of the E-P3, the E-PM1’s bigger brother, I was eager to see if the E-PM1 could serve as an all-purpose camera for capturing everything from adventure […]

Shooting in Low Light with the PEN E-P3

Shooting in low light with any camera takes more care and attention to your camera settings, lens selection and shooting style than shooting in broad daylight. That’s why I was quite pleased that one of the greatest improvements in the image quality of the Olympus PEN E-P3 is in its low light performance. Since low […]