Fifteen years after my honeymoon, I returned to Salamanca, Spain. This time equipped with my Olympus E-M5II and the 25mm f/1.2 Pro lens. In 2004 I had taken a small 3 megapixel compact from Nikon. If you wish to see the differences, take a look at my recently published article on the Olympus Passion website.Read More
Talasnal is one of the existing schist villages of the Lousã mountain range, in Portugal. Located on a hill, the narrow, sloping streets form a labyrinth among the houses that are impeccably rebuilt.
Fuji X-E3 or Olympus E-M5 II?
Hard choice! I haven't yet decided to use just one system. While on the one hand the Olympus is an example of precision and attention to detail, technology-packed and weather-resistant, the Fuji is a please to use with its "analog" commands and produces extremely flexible and workable files, allowing you to recover enough information in both the shadows and the highlights.
Is one camera and one lens sufficient for all my photographic projects? Will the Olympus E-M5 Mk II and the M.Zuiko 25mm f/1.2 be the right choice for 99% of the photographs I make?Read More