Archive for July, 2008

The Olympus E-3, (Part 4).

Thursday, July 31st, 2008

Not a venerable Beetle Despite constantly forgetting to reset the E-3 to some kind of sensible defaults after experimenting with some extreme test I persist in pushing the sensor to its limit. I am convinced that it would have taken my recent night photographs from Cappadocia to a higher level. Some might even have been […]

The Olympus E-3, (Part 3).

Wednesday, July 30th, 2008

E-3, Found Still Life. (Note slight overexposure). Adjusting to a new camera is always a telling time. In the old days once the film was loaded there were fewer choices that needed to be made. People would think you astute if you knew what the numbers meant on the lens barrel. Today even the simplest […]

The Olympus E-3, (Part 2).

Tuesday, July 29th, 2008

Friends on the Istanbul Metro E-3 camera .jpg, taken with Live-View. As I remarked yesterday the Olympus E-3 is quite a heavy bird when compared to the E-400s I’m used to. This is partly due to it containing a larger battery, image stabilization, and an articulated live-view window. The main reason is, however, undoubtedly the […]

May's Featured Photographer is: Stephen Bray
Click to watch . . .