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Imitation and Its Consequences

“Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.” – Charles Caleb Colton This quote has been around for 2 centuries, and it’s more relevant than ever. When Ann invited me to co-author this article, I felt honoured, but also worried. A meal made by two cooks: would the starter, main course and the dessert combine in […]

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If cameras in a digital age had a soul

My name is Anders T Johansson a full time social worker and freelance photographer living and working out of a small place called Fjugesta in the middle of Sweden. I photograph assignments all over Sweden and destinations. If you asked me I would say, that specializing in portrait & documentary wedding photography is my main […]

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Passion for Seascapes

My name is Jarno Nurminen and I live in Finland. I was born in Turku on the southwest coast of Finland, but moved to the metropolitan area of Helsinki when I finished my studies roughly twenty years ago. The most important things in my life ”in order of appearance” are my wife, two teenage sons, […]

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Astrophotography with the Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark II

“You can’t photograph the milky way with a micro four thirds sensor” Disclaimer: Though I give tips in this article it is not an in depth tutorial on capturing the milky way and post processing. This article is my experience shooting Astrophotography with the Olympus OM-D system and the techniques I use to capture relatively […]

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Street photography lens: Olympus 17mm f/1.2 Pro

35mm lens is for most street photographers a standard lens Photographers always want to discuss their opinion, but now I keep my foot down. Yes, a 35mm lens is undisputed since a long time the right lens for the street photographer. Okay, 50mm is of course also allowed. No doubt about that. Call me conservative […]

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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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