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An instant connection

The key to an amazing landscape photo is to make your viewer feel an instant connection to your image, whether that’s a feeling of wonder, shock, or something else altogether. [Article courtesy of Sony]

Delving Deeper

An Olympus Visionary for the better part of half a decade, Michaela Skovranova has devoted herself to the art of documentary storytelling through her photographs and filmmaking. What began with a primary focus on underwater projects and personal work has widened to now include broader environmental stories.  [Article courtesy of Olympus]

Twenty-four in 24

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]

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]