Image courtesy: Giulio Scorio
After weeks of rumors, news and deals it’s time to talk about some serious stuff 😉
Our friend and reader Amos Chapple is professional photographer for Lonely Planet and his latest work has been published by The Guardian (Click here). Did he use a Canon? Or maybe the new superhot Nikon D800? No! Amos sent me this: “The UK Guardian have just published a gallery of images from Iran which are currently featuring on the front page of their website. All pictures shot with m43 kit! They will be running a two-page spread in the paper edition of the newspaper later in the week also. Pictures shot using a GH2 camera body and 25mm Leica, 45mm Olympus, 7-14mm and 20mm Lumix lenses. Hope you’re well, congrats on the lens survey – lets hope they listen!!
Best from St. Petersburg, Russia.
And another pro, the award winning commercial photographer Giulio Sciorio wrote a must read article about “How to overcome fears using Micro 4/3rds cameras in a professional environment” (Click here to read it!). I agree on all his five arguments! Share this on your website!
Once again the real good camera is the one that helps you best in expressing your vision. The camera itself has no vision
P.S: If you have some great work to show comment this post with your link!
P.P.S.: 100 Tips from a Professional Photographer (Gizmodo).