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.