Micro Four-thirds – Summer Shooting
Special Guest Post by Mark Toal
I hope that you can excuse me for taking a week off from writing anything technical. This time of year in the Pacific Northwest when it starts to get light at 5 AM and doesn’t get dark until almost 10pm. It’s hard to not just want to take a drive and shoot some photos with my Micro Four-thirds camera.
Last week my friend Art invited me out to meet a couple of members of his car club in Hood River, Oregon. I photographed Art a couple of months ago in his 1953 MG TD. This time we meet at the Route 30 Classics Vintage Porsche parts store in Mosier, Oregon along with the owners of an Austin Healey 100C and a Porsche 356.
I shot both stills and video, which is so easy with the live view on Micro Four-thirds cameras. I’ll share the still images with you today and the video in a few weeks. Most of the photos were taken with a Lumix GH3 and the beautiful 7-14mm lens.
Mark Toal works for Panasonic as a training representative in Portland, Oregon. His views on this blog are his own and do not represent Panasonic. You can see more of Mark’s photos on his web site at www.marktoalphotography.com. Mark can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org