Tweet Last week I was given access to use the final production copy of the new Olympus 75mm M.Zuiko Digital f/1.8 lens. That’s a 35mm format equivalent of 150mm. I currently use a 45mm lens (90mm) which is absolutely satisfactory for portraiture. I was completely happy with it until I shot the 75mm. This lens [...]
Tweet My last day at Focus I decided that I needed to see what the files produced by a Fuji X-Pro1 and the OM-D looked like side by side. I knew how each camera handled, but what kind of a picture would they produce in the end? Would I be happy with one more than [...]
Tweet I just finished my first talk at the Olympus stand at the NEC in Birmingham and it went relatively well. I was recalling my experience and impressions with the new OM-D EM-5 camera. We had some monitor issues on stage so as promised here is all of what I presented and will be presenting [...]
Tweet Last week I was given an Olympus OMD EM-5 to test out. I only had a couple of hours with it, believe me as soon as it went into my hands, I knew was going to be too little. But as there are only 2 of these in the country I couldn’t really protest [...]
Tweet On the way to Poole near Bournemouth I snapped this lady and her dog. Then fireworks on Poole Beach. I do love fireworks. I love the Macy’s display on the Fourth of July in New York City.
Tweet When I was 5 years old I had the intense pleasure and privilege of attending a gloriously progressive private school in Shorthills NJ called Far Brook. There I learned violin, carved wood (lost my thumbnail to a vice), caught frogs, played with the horse and donkey, ran through the meadows with my friends, played [...]