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The Olympus OM-Ds in Antarctica

The Expedition In November 2016 I had the pleasure of being an instructor on a Luminous Landscape workshop to South Georgia & Antarctica. Both locations have been on my bucket list for some time so to have the opportunity to get to see & photograph these incredible landscapes was too good to be true. The […]

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Interview with the Pulitzer-Prize winner and Olympus Visionary, Jay Dickman

Hello Jay! What an honor for us to have you for an interview. Would you like to start by introducing yourself? Hi, I’m Jay Dickman. I’m a photojournalist/reportage/documentary/daily life photographer. I was fortunate to have won a Pulitzer Prize in photography, and I’m a National Geographic photographer. What’s your story, since you discovered Photography to […]

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The Benefits of Traveling Light

“He who would travel happily must travel light.” Antoine de Saint-Exupery It was around 1962 when I first stepped foot outside of the US, on a family trip to the Texas/Mexico border including a visit to Laredo. Looking across the Rio Grande River into Nuevo Laredo, I experienced that first thrill, and at the same […]

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