A straightforward image in many ways. The sheer beauty of the scene partially captured in this vertical panorama taken in a bracing minus 25C.
When Olympus Visionary Chris Eyre-Walker heard that he could have access to a pre-release version of the company’s latest model, the OM-D E-M5 Mark III, he came up with a novel plan. He challenged himself to create a photographic portrait of his country, Belgium – which he would complete in the space of a single day. The goal: 24 photos in 24 hours. [Article courtesy of Olympus]
By Michael Payne. Shot in the quaint hamlet of Seyðisfjörður in Iceland, I was taken with the bright white service station against the majestic backdrop of the mountains.
By Tom Pearsall. Shot whilst swimming in the waters of Margaret River, WA, at a location where there has been the most recent shark attack in 2018.
A new image file format, High Efficiency Image Format (HEIF) is being introduced, with the first camera to use it, the Canon EOS-1D X Mark III paving the way for what is being touted as ‘JPEG’s replacement’.
By John Kelly. New Zealand creek taken from a bridge on the road from Canterbury to Arthur’s pass.
By Lisa Brooker
Photo Review tech editor Margaret Brown has some practical advice on the preparation, camera gear, settings and shooting tips for taking memorable wildlife photos.
The Namib Desert has rainfall of about 8mm per year. It had rained 24 hours before we arrived, but the water had disappeared and the mud cracking was well under way…
By Ron Watton. Lake Boga Victoria.