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  1. Alexander
    May 11, 2022 @ 19:32

    Interesting article and great images!


  2. Victor Feinstein
    May 11, 2022 @ 20:52

    Well done, most of your images recorded wonderful captures.


    • Ralph J DeFulio
      May 12, 2022 @ 03:11

      Your portfolio is quite apropos for this inspirational magazine.


  3. Freddy Van Erp
    May 12, 2022 @ 09:51

    I see that you often use the 12-40 mm f2.8 PRO. Rightly one of the best lenses from Olympus.
    I myself have hesitated to buy this lens. But I finally opted for the 12-45 mm f4 PRO
    One stop less but the lighter weight of the f4 PRO has been the deciding factor for me.
    128 gr difference is a lot while travelling
    The high image stabilisation of my Olympus camera E5 Mark III also helps me to use this f4 PRO even at low shutter speed
    Greetings from Belgium
    Freddy Van Erp


  4. Pantelis Paizanis
    May 12, 2022 @ 22:09

    I really loved your images! Great article! Greetings from Greece!


  5. David Lesieur
    May 23, 2022 @ 21:21

    Working with such a wide lens as the 7.5mm is quite a challenge. You have met this challenge with great success. Superb images!


  6. Jeremie
    June 6, 2022 @ 12:30

    Fantastic article! Thank you!


  7. Neil Calvert
    June 18, 2022 @ 12:17

    Excellent pictures and I appreciate your sentiment, that it is the photographer and not the camera that achieves the end result.


  8. Montannah
    December 22, 2022 @ 22:40

    I just stumbled upon your post and as someone whom also uses and loves the Olympus EM-10 MK II, this was truly inspirational to read. For a while now I thought maybe my camera wasn’t good enough as opposed to the other great cameras out there and that I would need to upgrade in order to proudly show off my work, but after reading this, I feel so much better about my camera and my photographs, and it’s also inspired me to want to start putting my work out there once and for all. Thank you!


  9. Rob
    May 3, 2023 @ 03:08

    You have ISO 100 in many of the photographs. How did you get that speed setting when base ISO on these cameras is 200?



    • Heinrich
      May 4, 2023 @ 14:41

      To increase the exposure time and get less noise, I often use the ISO Low setting.


  10. David Mayes
    May 29, 2023 @ 02:10

    Excellent images!!!


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