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43rumors readers work summary (what do you like most?)


Here is a new list of work done by our 43rumors readers using m43 cameras/lenses. Enjoy!

1) Konstantin (author of the video on top):I’m one of your followers –  a student filmmaker with a GH2. Here a link to my upcoming documentary project shot 100% with that camera

2) Openpn: “Here is a tumblr we’ve opened and where we are posting every day (until the end of August) one ore more pictures taken with a brand new E-P3 and M. Zuiko 12/2.0! (update every day at 19:59 Paris) :

3) Nicolas:A photo reportage on Uruguay celebrations after winning the Copa America football championship, probably the most popular sports tournament in South America, and one of the most watched TV events in the world. In the aftermath of the final victory, thousands of Montevideans flooded downtown streets in an spontaneous celebration that lasted for several hours:

4) Christoph:Before I shamelessly promote myself, here is a great photographer using the E-5: I really love his colour landscape photography! My shots have mostly been taken in Japan, Australia and Afrika (with some from Germany), using E-620, E-5 and E-PL1. I do nature and culture photography with some landscape work:

5) Mark: “I have a photo blog of images that are almost all taken with Panasonic 4/3rd’s cameras. I try to post a couple of new photos every week.

6) Ashley:Saw you posted work done by other readers with m4/3 gear, specifically the GH2.  I’m a cinematographer outside of Austin, Texas and we almost exclusively use the Panasonic GH2 for our production needs.  Here’s an example of one such video shot on the GH2 for the John Newcombe Tennis Academy…

7) Franco:Almost all photos were made with Olympus E-620, E-450, E-510 and E-410.

8) Mikko:A bit of shameless self-promotion, but as there were other people on A list of work done by our readers (using m43 gear!) doing the same I thought “what the heck”.
So. I’ve been shooting a GF1+20mm f1.7-combo exclusively since last november. Pics and words (in Finnish, sorry) at

9) Dave:shot my first wedding on an e620, e510 and ep1 in may: an animoto slideshow can be seen at

10) Jim:I wanted to let you know about my series of night photos ‘Crystal Silence’ that I am shooting with a GH2. To make these images I wander the quiet night, observing what light and shadow simultaneously reveal and conceal.  I have posted Crystal Silence on the crowd-funding site Kickstarter in order to raise the necessary funds to slowly drive across the United States to finish shooting this project.  I’d greatly appreciated you letting your readers know about my project. Funding on Kickstarter is all-or-nothing and the deadline is coming up only one week from today! Crystal Silence on Kickstarter can be found here:

11) Reality Scanner: “Olympus E-P3 with many “Dramatic Effects”:

12) Adam:If you ever want to show some additional micro 43s work by your users feel free to post my flickr photostream: I really only started to take an interest in photography since I got my E-PL1 and I’ve been working to improve my work over the past year and half.  Really happy with the little camera, it’s been a fun new hobby for me.

13) Daniel:I have a blog where I only post pictures taken with Olympus E-P2 and various lenses (that are tagged so you can see what lens I have used). You can at least take a look if you have some spare-time…

14) Acahaya: “I took some C-AF sample shots of the Munich Eisbach Surfers with the E-P3 and kit lens/12mm. The link to the Flickr set is The set description contains info about lication, settings and my conclusion.”

15) Giovanni: I don’t know if you already know “Strap photos”, a collective that shots only with the PEN line of Olympus cameras. Here is their photoblog.


Editor’s note: Feel free to comment those works. Which one did you like most? And If you find nice work done with m43 stuff feel free to send me the links! Keep in midn that it might takes days or weeks before I do post them here on 43rumors! So please be patient! Thanks!

  • Thanks for posting my link!

    Now I have to work twice as hard to put up nice pictures ;)

  • omolympus

    i really like the strap photo collection, link is the last entry – lovely images that are different & not so formula

    • I liked those images as well. They convey a “cool” mood that goes well with finland. Great PP in general as well.

  • Steve-O

    Off topic but not sure how to post to Admin; I believe you also manage the Mirrorless Rumors site. If so, could you update the Panasonic and Olympus models shown on the top of the site, the ones shown are at least a year out of date. This does them a dis-service compared to Sony and Samsung, both of which are current (showing how little they’ve been doing, soon to change).

  • i would like to shamelessly post my website here too :)

    mostly done with GF-1/20mm combo(thats the only camera i currently own, currently considering the Nex7 or GF7… hmmm) with a few borrowed nikons..

    • Nice shots!!!

      • +1 thanks for sharing!!!

        Would love going to Asia!

  • littorio

    Hmm… where’s Pablo with his “I own a Pen camera and I’m taking only crap pictures with it! I am so unhappy with my Pen and Pen is so unhappy with me”?

  • I liked the last link: “Strap Photos” Alot of the others used so cheap post processing, many looked like Jpeg-straight-out-of-camera or First-time-trying-Photoshop.. And thats just plain boring.

    • Adam

      Ha, that’s funny because that is basically what my shots are. I really don’t have time for lots of post editing,although I do some in iPhoto/Photoshop Elements as needed.

      But like I posted I really just started taking photography somewhat serious in the past year and already I’m leaps and bounds more creative and better with my shots than when I started.

  • Admin, thanks for sharing my pics as well!

    May I suggest something? I believe it would be better if you posted, say, 3 or 4 links at a time instead of 14…i don’t think most people will really visit more than just a few of the items. It looks like a wasted opportunity to really showcase work done with m43.

    Just my 2 cents, and thanks again for sharing.

  • Adam

    Hey thanks for posting my picks. I am certainly no professional and really just shoot for fun. Some other nice work there too from the other posters. Such great shots for a small camera system.

    That video is really well done as well.

  • Thanks for the link and all those who took a look… I hope to follow the other links posted here tonight.

  • honshu

    great video there by Konstantin. i like.

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