From capturing fast-moving action sequences to taking pictures in extreme low-light, there’s not a whole lot we can’t do with our cameras these days. But all this technology can come at a steep price. Thanks to Camera Jungle, it doesn’t have to.
The votes have been tallied, and Duncan McNeill has been named the winner of the Spring Colour round of Bridgestone’s new landscape photography competition.
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Retro photo effects are very much on trend, and Olympus has led the way with its pioneering range of in-camera Art Filters.
In this short film you can see just how easy it actually is when you choose to shoot Olympus.
In this behind-the-scenes interview with Olympus’s Principal Photographer, leading portrait photographer Damian McGillicuddy discusses his passion for portraiture and why his Micro Four Thirds cameras are helping him in his drive to continually get better.
Learn how to get unprecedented control over long exposures by taking full advantage of the Live Bulb feature unique to Olympus.
When paired with an Olympus camera, the Image Share app allows you to import images to a smartphone and share them with family and friends. Find out more in this clever video!
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In this exclusive video shot on location in Bath, England, we follow leading travel photographer Neil Buchan-Grant as he gets creative with Olympus’ extensive range of Micro Four Thirds lenses and uses them to photograph storied landmarks in new, inspiring ways.