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  • Macro Tutorial Sessions - 9th April

    Macro Tutorial Sessions - 9th April

    Following on from the very popular General Instruction Tutorial sessions in February and March, David Smith the Olympus In-Store Support Specialist will be coming back in April to run a series of sessions on Macro photography. Continue reading

  • What To Consider When Upgrading Your PENTAX Camera

    What To Consider When Upgrading Your PENTAX Camera

    Dreaming about the 645Z PENTAX camera body or other high-end piece of kit? If you’re considering an upgrade but aren’t quite sure whether to go for it, this post will take you through some options you may not have considered already. Take a look and feel free to share, comment or recommend! Continue reading

  • Create Visually Interesting Photos Without An Upgrade

    Create Visually Interesting Photos Without An Upgrade

    While we’re constantly being tempted by the latest high-end cameras and super telephoto lenses, sometimes, it’s not our current kit that’s letting us down, but our knowledge, skill and, perhaps most of all, our vision. Anybody can take a photograph of the Taj Mahal after all, but it takes someone with a unique vision to capture it like we’ve never seen before. Continue reading

  • Macro, Micro And Close Up Photography: What’s The Difference?

    Macro, Micro And Close Up Photography: What’s The Difference?

    At some point, all photographers who are serious about taking photographs will ask the question “what is macro, micro and close up photography? Do they differ, and if so, in what way?” In this post, we’ll delve into the meaning behind each term, and offer more information on the types of Olympus lenses that offer spectacular results for those interested in the very small, and usually very quiet, kind of subject. Continue reading

  • The Remarkable Thing About Photography

    The Remarkable Thing About Photography

    Whether we're 8 years old or 80 years old, every person seems to recognise the value of a camera. We're not talking about value in terms of cost here (that's another matter entirely), but sentimental value - especially when there's a full SDHC memory card inside it with images that haven't been stored elsewhere. Continue reading

  • Macro Tutorial Sessions - 9th April

    Following on from the very popular General Instruction Tutorial sessions in February and March, David Smith the Olympus In-Store Support Specialist will be coming back in April to run a series of sessions on Macro photography. Continue reading

  • What To Consider When Upgrading Your PENTAX Camera

    Dreaming about the 645Z PENTAX camera body or other high-end piece of kit? If you’re considering an upgrade but aren’t quite sure whether to go for it, this post will take you through some options you may not have considered already. Take a look and feel free to share, comment or recommend! Continue reading

  • Create Visually Interesting Photos Without An Upgrade

    While we’re constantly being tempted by the latest high-end cameras and super telephoto lenses, sometimes, it’s not our current kit that’s letting us down, but our knowledge, skill and, perhaps most of all, our vision. Anybody can take a photograph of the Taj Mahal after all, but it takes someone with a unique vision to capture it like we’ve never seen before. Continue reading

  • Macro, Micro And Close Up Photography: What’s The Difference?

    At some point, all photographers who are serious about taking photographs will ask the question “what is macro, micro and close up photography? Do they differ, and if so, in what way?” In this post, we’ll delve into the meaning behind each term, and offer more information on the types of Olympus lenses that offer spectacular results for those interested in the very small, and usually very quiet, kind of subject. Continue reading

  • The Remarkable Thing About Photography

    Whether we're 8 years old or 80 years old, every person seems to recognise the value of a camera. We're not talking about value in terms of cost here (that's another matter entirely), but sentimental value - especially when there's a full SDHC memory card inside it with images that haven't been stored elsewhere. Continue reading

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