Wordless Wednesday #85 “Touch of Albuquerque”
Nov20

Wordless Wednesday #85 “Touch of Albuquerque”

Sometime when Mary does a road trip to Albuquerque for her company I tag along and stroll about making photos while she makes sales calls. I made this image when I was testing Olympus’ E5 Four Thirds (not Micro) camera with Digital Zuiko  12-60mm lens (at 49mm) using the camera’s built-in Dramatic Tones filter.

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October Is Black & White Month
Sep30

October Is Black & White Month

Now that fall is here and the leaves of the trees in my state are turning beautiful shades of red and yellow I figured it was a good time to set my camera to black and white for a month. I’ve seen plenty of fall colors in my life and with any luck there will be another colorful fall in 2014 so I wanted to try something different this year. There are a couple of ways that you can set your Micro Four-thirds camera to shoot in black and...

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Micro Four-Thirds: Shooting Challenges
Jul29

Micro Four-Thirds: Shooting Challenges

Today is an extra special guest entry by Mark Toal. It’s hard to believe that it’s been one year since we started Micro Four-thirds Monday with Mark’s useful and informative posts. Micro Four-thirds Monday is one of the longest running series in this blog that started—in the current format—in December 2010. I want to thank Mark for all of his contributions and thank all you readers. Whenever I talk about Micro...

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Inexpensive Micro Four-thirds Wide Angle Lenses
Apr08

Inexpensive Micro Four-thirds Wide Angle Lenses

Today’s Post by Mark Toal I love wide-angle photography. When I bought my first SLR film camera I quickly realized that the 50mm lens that came with it was just not going to work for me. I moved on to a 35mm then a 28mm, finally settling on 24mm as my wide-angle lens of choice. When digital cameras first came out it felt like we had to start all over again. 35mm seemed to be the widest angle digital SLRs could achieve for far...

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