Each system is a little different when it comes to size. I have purchased well over 75 bags in my life as a photographer. One brand that has stood the test of time is Thinktank. I have tried almost every brand available and I always find myself coming back to Thinktank. Here are my 2 favorite bags to house my Olympus Gear.
If you read my blog post about the Godox system (link here) you know that I love the TT350. The small form factor, the remote master, and it’s high guide number make this the go to flash for Olympus Shooters.
One of the great things about having a standard like Micro Four Thirds is more than 1 company making lenses for the standard. I wanted to share 5 lenses that are under $500 that would be a great fit for your Micro Four Thirds system.
I wanted to write a post that helped people figure out what lenses to buy when they get their new Olympus Camera. Note I am a wedding and portrait photographer and not a landscape photographer. I purchased quite a few lenses when I made the switch and after a few months, these are my favorites.
One thing I noticed when I made my switch to Olympus was there was not a ton of people who have made educational content to learn about the differences. I wanted to share the 5 places that helped me the most on my transition to the Olympus system.
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I get asked a lot from photographers who are just starting out what strobe they should buy. This is a quick overview of a few of my favorite lights and it is not an in-depth explanation about the technologies built in or how to use them. That is coming soon 🙂
Recently a reader of the blog sent me a question. He wanted to know what I recommend to get started with getting the flash off of the camera. Are you asking yourself the same question? Read on to learn more!
I have been using the GODOX system ever since I switched to mirrorless back in 2014. The one thing that was missing in my transition to Olympus has been the lack of HSS. That is until now. Godox just announced cross compatibility with their entire line of products. Read below to learn what that means for Olympus shooters. This article is an in depth look at the entire GODOX line of products and my experience with them.
Recently I picked up a few Olympus cameras to try out. I purchased both the EM1-II and the PEN-F. The PEN is nice and small and when paired with the 17mm something magical happens. Walk with me and my family through the amusement park in black and white.