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 [shoplink 16254]GH2[/shoplink] camera body and [shoplink 23110]25mm Leica[/shoplink], [shoplink 23577]45mm Olympus[/shoplink], [shoplink 14822]7-14mm[/shoplink] and [shoplink 14796]20mm Lumix[/shoplink] 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).