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  1. Maria Sharp
    March 18, 2021 @ 02:29

    Beautiful pictures and text.


    • Pantelis Paizanis
      March 18, 2021 @ 02:56

      Thank you so much!


  2. Paul S
    March 18, 2021 @ 08:41

    It’s amazing what you have achieved with an entry level camera. There is no excuse for a begginer starting with a small budget. It really is the grey matter behind the camera that takes the picture. Hat’s off to you mr Pantelis!


    • Pantelis Paizanis
      March 18, 2021 @ 10:46

      Thank you Mr Paul for your comment. I agree with you!


  3. Manfred Misch
    March 18, 2021 @ 09:47

    Pantelis, you take amazing photos and I like also the vintage style of your post processing. I think, weather sealing of cameras is overrated and sometimes hyped for normal daily photographing. I use my actual cameras (E-PL7 and E-M10II) in any weather condition inclusive frosty, snowy and rainy weather and I never had any issues with them or any non-weather-sealed lenses.

    And your photos also shows, that it’s not the camera but the person behind the camera makes the photos, even with a “entry level” or a “professional” camera.

    Best regards,


    • Pantelis Paizanis
      March 18, 2021 @ 10:45

      Thank you Mr Manfred for you kind comments! I appreciate it! And I also believe that is the soul of the photographer that makes the difference!


  4. Lim CW
    March 19, 2021 @ 11:40

    You don’t need a Leica or Hasselblad or any great gear to produce a good images.
    Great shot.


    • Pantelis Paizanis
      March 19, 2021 @ 14:31

      Thank you for your kind comment!


  5. Silviu
    March 23, 2021 @ 12:59

    Really nice full of colour images. Well done, keep up the nice work!


    • Pantelis Paizanis
      March 23, 2021 @ 13:57

      Thank you for your kind comments!


  6. Marcel
    March 31, 2021 @ 09:41

    Hey Pantelis,
    I really enjoyed reading your story and absolutely like your images. Even your post processing is great. Your images are so colorful and dynamic. They tell stories and are authentic as well.
    About one year ago I changed from my lovely E-PL8 to an EM5 Mark ii, because auf the missing viewfinder. Sometimes I really miss my E-PL8, because of it’s small size, super cool handling and absolutely lovely design. I wish Olympus would purchase an E-PL8 with a small and cheap viewfinder, then I’d never changed to the EM5 Mark ii, nevertheless it is a gret camera.
    Keep on taking your stunning images. I’d like to see more of your images and maybe a small behind the scenes tour 😉


    • Pantelis Paizanis
      April 1, 2021 @ 13:46

      Thank you for your kind comments, you give me the motive to become better to what I love to do! As for the behind the scenes tour, hmm I don’t know, it is intriguing though 😊


  7. Victor D. Reynolds
    April 9, 2021 @ 15:11

    Excellent work with the E-PL7 Pantelis! I currently shoot with the E-PL6 and love it!

    Your work resonates with me since I shoot with similar interests. You’ve inspired me to delve more into post production with Lightroom and Snapseed.

    Thanks for sharing a great article! All the best!


  8. Pantelis Paizanis
    April 9, 2021 @ 16:32

    Thank you Victor for your comment. I feel honoured when I hear that I inspire someone else, it is really awkward for me as I am an amateur in photography! If you have an Instagram account I would love to view your photos!


  9. Steve Share
    April 22, 2021 @ 17:14

    Gia sou Pandeli,
    I too live in Thessaloniki and I shoot with an E-PL7 or sometimes an older Pen E-P3. I like your work and recognize many of the locations. Your work has a good look to it and the post processing is excellent. I think the Olympus Pen cameras are really excellent and great for walking around the city.
    Regards Steve.


    • Pantelis Paizanis
      May 9, 2021 @ 06:39

      Hi Steve! Too many coincidences! Thessaloniki and epl-7! Thank you for your kind words! I really want to see your work, if you have an Instagram account please send me to check!


      • Stephen Share
        May 9, 2021 @ 11:05

        Hi Panteli!
        No Instagram but I post my work here on Flickr. Thanks for your kind reply.
        The Truth     (Explore June 18 2022)


      • Steve Share
        May 9, 2021 @ 11:17

        I wrote the link on the reply but it has come up as an image. Please remove this from your page as I am sure that you do not need to see it here. Oops! Sorry my friend. I didn’t realize it would embed itself on your page.


        • Pantelis Paizanis
          May 9, 2021 @ 12:46

          No worries my friend! You have beautiful images. I liked the colours and the compositions you make! Excellent!


  10. F.H.J. van der Hargh
    May 6, 2021 @ 11:17

    Hello mr. Pantelis Paizanis
    From the Netherlands a message !! This to inform you that with much pleasure I have watched your beautiful pictures and the addtional text is very clear and understandable. I would like to let you know that also on the basis of your photos shown in this OLympus magazine, to-day I decided to order the Olympus passion Magazine of April from the publishers… !!
    With much interest looking forward to receive my copy. To you :
    wish you a furher great succes and growth with your and my beloved hobby. I myself after Om-2 N analoque !! camera have E-M5mkII with various lenses but particular : macro lenses 30 and 60 mm. If you are widening your interests and you live in a beautiful country !! on forthcoming trips your eye on the “”small”” world is not far away ! Best regards and thanks again good health !! Frans H.J. van der Hargh


    • Pantelis Paizanis
      May 9, 2021 @ 06:47

      Thank you Frans! I am really glad that you liked my photos and also that you order the magazine! Unfortunately my photos will not be in the published magazine but they host some great photographers with awesome photos and very interesting articles! I will do my best to have my photos in a future publish! 😊😊 . I hope you enjoy your hobby too! If you have an Instagram account, I would like to take a look on your work!


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