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The traveller

Adventure/travel photographer Matt Horspool has captured distinctive images in some 46 different countries but when you ask him where he’ll definitely be visiting again, his response is unequivocal: ‘Hands down, Kyrgyzstan and Greenland are the places I would return to above any others,’ he says. [Article courtesy of Olympus]

Clear sight

When David Boon was young there’d always been a camera around the house. ‘My dad had been into capturing landscape pictures with an old Hasselblad 500C on trips to the Flinders Ranges,’ he said. But for David who’d been more interested in playing music and songwriting as a youngster, it would take the prospect of love to discover his own hitherto latent picture-taking talent. [Courtesy of Olympus]

Going for cold

With 32,000 Instagram followers, an extensive website devoted to the craft of travel photography, and a thriving tourism and travel photography business, Olympus Visionary Lisa Michele Burns was an obvious candidate to put the new OM-D E-M1X through its paces in the months before it launched. [Courtesy of Olympus]

Follow the light

It’s an old story. Man goes on overseas trip, buys a camera in duty free to document his travels and, having never taken a picture in his life, he reads the manual on the plane. It was 1985. A young Nick Ghionis just getting acquainted with his new Olympus OM-1 as he flew off overseas, couldn’t have imagined that nearly three decades hence he’d be one of Melbourne’s top wedding photographers… [Olympus]