I am absolutely in love with the Olympus TG-5 Tough Camera. Manual controls, 4K Video, Small form factor are just a few of the reasons I love it so much. In this article, I share 5 reasons why I never leave home without the Olympus TG-5.
Before I purchased the TG-5 I read about the different modes like live composite and pro capture but when I started playing with the camera I found it a bit confusing. The menu can be a little confusing to figure out so I wanted to put together a guide on how to create a Live Composite with your TG-5.
I want to start by saying I am not a videographer but I wanted to test out the capabilities of the EM1-MK2 in a low light situation hand held. Let’s see how it turned out!
The Olympus menus can be a bit overwhelming for the first time user. The purpose of this series is to explain each and every menu item in plain English.
Imagine my dismay when I plugged in my RODE Mic and there was no sound. After some investigation, I found the setting in the OMD menu’s that allow microphones to be powered through the Mic jack.
Facebook groups are not only great to stay up to date on news and trends in our industry but also find inspiration from other photographers that have a common interest. I wanted to share 5 groups that you can join on Facebook to stay up to date on all things OM-D!
People ask me all the time, Why did you leave Sony? I felt it was necessary to share a few of the reasons why I made the switch and what the switch has done for me as a photographer and artist.
Instagram is a powerful tool for me as a photographer to get my work in front of potential customers. Although the Instagram native app is great here are a few other instagram tools that make it even easier to grow your reach!
So I have had my TG5 for about a week now and I am starting to use it more and more. One thing that is a little different with this camera is the fact that it only has one place to mount a strap. Today when I went hiking I found the perfect strap to use on the camera. Pictures below!
When I am at a wedding or on a photo shoot, it is my goal to get the photo 100% right in camera. I know many people depend on auto white balance, but I’m here to share an even better way to set your white balance and save you a TON of time in post.
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