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Google Plus Hangout with David H. Wells

Fellow Olympus Visionary photographer David H. Wells joined me for a Google + hangout to discuss the transition from still to multimedia photography. Along the way, we discussed the gear we pack, our sources of inspiration and where we hope to go next with our multimedia projects. I thoroughly enjoyed the conversation and hope you […]

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 […]

PEN E-P3: A Whole New PEN

In preparation for the launch of the new Olympus PEN cameras, I got to test the PEN E-P3. What I found was that this new PEN is much more than a new model in the PEN series. Rather, it’s a new generation of PEN camera that, to me, marks the maturity of the PEN system […]

DNG Profiles for Olympus Cameras

In building or boosting your workflow, you can get the most “bang for your buck” by minimizing the number of manual corrections you must make to match your photos to your vision of the original scene. DNG profiles can significantly improve your camera raw workflow by providing you with a better starting point than Adobe’s […]

US Open Photos

Last week, I had the opportunity lead a series of media safaris for Olympus at the US Open in Queens, NY. Our goal was to introduce members of the press to the E-520 and watch an enjoyable day of tennis. A great time was had by all and I’ve posted a small gallery of images […]