Three years ago today I posted my first entry onto this blog celebrating the renewal of my interest in photography with the purchase of my first serious micro four-thirds camera, the Olympus OM-D E-M5 (which we should now call the Mark I given there is now an E-M5 Mark II).
Make no mistake my recently acquired Olympus OM-D E-M1 is a truly wonderful camera and an absolute technological marvel however the supplied camera strap is, well to say the least, extremely average. I never did like straps that have the manufacturers logo and camera type emblazoned on it in big
This week I had the opportunity to shoot a performance installation by Hannah Mary Taylor at The Asylum Gallery in Wolverhampton. Hannah describes herself as a “Model, Performer, Writer, Poet, Dancer, Musician, Singer, Composer, Mistress and fetishist Christian Director” so is clearly a lady of many talents. I worked with
So I finally succumbed and splashed out on the Olympus OM-D E-M1 to supplement (most definitely not replace) my E-M5. To test out the camera I did a shoot with Hannah at The Pit and Pendulum in Nottingham. Here are a few images, all taken with the E-M1 and M.ZUIKO
Attending courses and reading books (and blogs) is all well and good but ultimately the only way to become capable, and hopefully even good, at something is to actually go out there and do it. For some time now I’ve been reading up on off-camera flash and even dabbling with