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The Beginner’s Guide To Underwater Photography – with Olympus Tough

Buoyancy control is everything at this precise moment. I watch John float further towards the moray eel. It had nearly completely slithered out of its cave to investigate the foreign being in its territory. Oh my, he’s inching closer to it. OF COURSE he’s getting closer, that’s John, my husband, Chief Adventurer, Afraid of Naught. […]

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Lofoten: The Untamed Islands

Biography About 35 years ago, I bought my first camera, a Minolta X700, and started photographing. After lots of experimenting in those early years, the results improved. A meeting with an advertiser changed my life forever; he ‘discovered’ my work and I grew into the role of a professional photographer. My focus was on travel […]

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My father’s cameras – An Olympus story

  In the past years, with the advances of technology and the accelerated renewal rate of the models of each brand, the cameras have become consumer objects, disposable and turning obsolete in a couple of years. But it wasn’t always like that. Not many years ago a camera was almost like another member of the […]

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How this photograph was made

  “This new place. This you had never seen. This environment. And especially this small smile that escapes from you in occasions, on having seen the image on the screen of your camera, when it finishes him exhibition. It does not have price.” Ivan Antolin What started as a hobby has become a passion that […]

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