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    Default Re: Wonderful E-M1 Travel Images (from a pro)

    I have never felt that my Olympus kit has been a hindrance for my photography. Sure, ISO performance have not always been best in class. But it is my lack of abilities that stop me being a first-class photographer like Jay Dickman.
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    Good images and good tips! Every system has its strengths and its weaknesses, and this article shows someone really using the Oly strengths to best advantage.

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    As I am a fashion photographer too. I appreciate this post.. good tips.. and pics

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    Default Re: Wonderful E-M1 Travel Images (from a pro)

    Quote Originally Posted by Don Baldwinson View Post
    It makes one weep, doesn't it? I so respect Jay Dickman's advice.
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    Jay Dickman likes to shoot in what he calls the golden hours. That is, in the one hour after sunrise and one hour before sunset. This gives long shadows and warm light. You can see that in his images. So much for the criticism of Oly's poor light performance. It's the photographer not the camera! Its a pity he didn't include EXIF data.
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