Introduction One of my bucket list items has always been to shoot Yellowstone in winter. I’m not sure if it’s the thought of seeing the park without the hordes of people or those amazing winter shots you see. But in any case I’ve wanted to shoot it in winter for quite a while now. When […]
About Robert Panick
"My name is Bob Panick, and I started taking pictures back in the late 70’s in high school and then in college, then life happened and I drifted away from it. About 10 years ago I picked it up again and started shooting with a Nikon D80, and upgraded for the next few years. I finally got to the point where I felt Nikon was holding me back and I started checking out Micro Four Thirds (MFT). I bought one of the first E-M1 mark I cameras, and about two years later sold off my Nikon gear and I’ve been shooting with Olympus since then. I live in Southeastern Michigan, not a real great area for landscape, wildlife (other than birds). We do have people, urban decay and cars. So I shoot cars when I can, and landscape and wildlife when I go on trips. I have no inclination to ever go pro, and I’ve never sold an image, my day job pays quite a bit better than photography could; it’s nice being the only one I have to please. Now if I weren’t such a harsh critic."