Tag: e-m5

Artifacts belonging to the Binghamton Township Historical Society, photographed for use in the "Featured Artifact" section of the BTHS website.

How I almost skunked myself (and technology saved me)

It’s too damn hot, even for photography, and has been for the past week.  A real heat wave that’s reduced most of us to hanging around the A/C…

The "Fearsome Foursome," creators of NEPA BlogCon, gather for a portrait session at Nay Aug Park in Scranton, PA, on the evening of 21 June 2012. Present are Karla Porter, Leslie Stewart, Mandy Boyle, and Michelle Davies.

Saturday Light – the Fearsome Foursome

Thursday night, while Scranton’s heatwave was still in full-swing, I met up with a quartet of ladies known increasingly as the Fearsome Foursome. They’re some of the local…

Olympus OM-D E-M5 Review: Conclusion

After shooting with the EM-5 for over a month now, I can sum up my whole experience this simply: I don’t miss my Canon gear. I don’t miss…

Sara Tomkins models at McDade Park in Scranton, PA, on the evening of 10 June 2012.

Olympus OM-D E-M5 Review: Portraiture

Alright, so after an embarassing couple of weeks filled with delays, we’re back on track to finally finish up this never-ending review series! So let’s talk portraiture. I…

Water lily blossoms at Hillside Farms on the morning of 02 June 2012.

OM-D E-M5 Review Status

My review series of the Olympus E-M5 has gone somewhat off track these past couple of weeks, and for that I want to apologize. This is just a…

Simple Clicks – Bald Eagle (and the power of post-processing)

Just a simple click here, and it’s more about the performance of the Olympus E-M5 than about the Eagle itself.  I shot this several weeks back and sort…

Canada Geese at Archbald Regional Park on the morning of 29 April 2012.

Olympus OM-D E-M5 Review: Wildlife

While portrait and commercial shooting is my professional niche, wildlife photography is my personal addiction. The challenge of finding critters, of learning their habits and behaviors, and then…