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Nenets People – Extreme Travel Photography with Olympus E-M1 MkII (Part 1)

Nenets – basic information The Nenets also known as Samoyed are small ethnic group native to northern Russia. According to latest census there is 44,857 Nenets in Russia. They reside in north-western Siberia (Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug) and north-eastern part of European Russia, from Yamal peninsula to Taymyr peninsula (Nenets Autonomous Okrug). Their mother tongue is […]

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The Cycling Photographer

OK, before we start, I have a confession to make… I am currently “The Injured Cycling Photographer” but such is life and I’ll be back on the bike soon. Having moved back to Dorset (my county of birth) in 2012 after setting myself up as an IT Project specialist, I spent some time commuting up […]

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Roaming the streets with an Olympus OM-D EM-10

My name is Markus Binzegger. I was born and raised in Zug, a picturesque town in Central Switzerland located between Zurich and Lucerne. And – guess what – I still live there. Zug is famous for its low taxes, kirsch, beautiful sunsets and, well, street photographers. Thomas Leuthard, who was an important inspiration, is living […]

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Words and images: the perfect match

Daydreamer & visual storyteller I live in a city in the centre of Portugal and I began to photograph very young with an analogical camera. Recently, I started to enjoy travelling alone to explore the silence and get a full connection with my camera and the art of photography. Azores islands are a truly inspiration […]

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