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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Olympus Passion Photography Magazine – July 2019!

Hello everyone! The July edition of the Olympus Passion magazine is ready for you! 90+ pages of wonderful images, interesting articles and interviews. Olympus Pen F Review in 2019 – Still a contender?by Emily Lowray Zoom or Prime Lens? Find the right one for youby Hugo Pinho Six Months on with the E-M1Xby Tesni Ward […]

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Review – Olympus PEN E-PL9

It’s fair to say that I’m a little bit of an Olympus PEN expert. I recently posted about my Olympus PEN E-PL1, which I bought way back in 2010 and fell in love with. Over time I formed a relationship with Olympus, and as such, have used many variants of the PEN range. After the […]

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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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Field Notes: Panasonic Leica DG Summilux 15mm f/1.7

Let’s get things straight: I am not a fanboy. I hold no allegiance to any particular brand though I do have affinities for some. If anything I’m a Nikon apologist. I celebrated their 100th Anniversary by buying an Olympus camera and a Leica-designed lens manufactured by Panasonic. I think of gear as tools for the […]

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