Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark III or Mark II?

In this video I will tell you which one for photography and which one for video Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark III or Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark II.

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Street Photography in Mallorca

I had a nice vacation in Mallorca in October with my wife and some friends. We spend a whole week there. I also had a change to do some street photography in the old town of Palma de Mallorca.

I made a short video of some of my images that I liked the most. I hope you enjoy the photo walk with me in Palma de Mallorca. Lets go!

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Editing Images with Olympus camera Using Olympus Tutorial

In this video I will tell you how to retouch images with your Olympus camera.

I had OM-D E-M5 MkII as an example camera. The retouching method works pretty much the same way with every Olympus body.

Some Olympus bodies do not have the all features, OM-D E-M5, OM-D E-M10 MkII and Pen E-PL9 do not have the custom options when retouching images on those bodies. E-M5 is also missing the Art-filters.

 

This video was an episode in my Using Olympus tutorial series. If you havent seen the previous episodes I recommend you to watch them. The whole Using Olympus playlist can be found here: https://goo.gl/9cPqo1

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Olympus Vintage Lenses: Focus Peaking and Magnify

In this tutorial video I show how to set up your Olympus so that you can use Focus Peaking and Magnify with vintage manual lenses.

The example camera in the video was E-M5 MkII. 

Assigning the Focus Peaking and Magnify to a Function button can be found in the Custom Menu B in the following Olympus cameras:

E-M10, E-M10MkII, E-M10 MkIII, E-M5 MkII, E-M1, E-M1 MkIIPen-F, Pen E-PL8 and Pen E-PL9
 

There is more info on Focus Peaking and Magnify on my previous video: 

 

Vintage lenses and adapters were covered also in a previous

 

 
This video was an episode in my Using Olympus tutorial series. If you havent seen the previous episodes I recommend you to watch them. The whole Using Olympus playlist can be found here: https://goo.gl/9cPqo1

If you have any questions please ask them in the comments!

 

 

 

Infrared photography - digital infrared photos with Haida IR 720

Infrared photography is a lot of fun. It can give you interesting results. Its also great that the best time of day is around noon time when the little is harsh and strong. The stronger the light the more the infrared light refects fron the foliage.

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Tutorial - Using Olympus episode 3: Personalise your Olympus!

Personalising your Olympus is easy. Just write your name to the metadata and customize your filenames. My example in the video was OM-D EM-1 MKII. In this blogpost you will find where to find the features in your Olympus. 

In E-M5, E-M5 MKII, E-M10, E-M10 MKII, E-M1, Pen E-PL8 and Pen-F  the Copyright settings and the Edit Filename can be found in the Custom menu H (Record and Erase)

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in E-M10 MKIII and Pen E-PL9 the Copyright settings and the Edit Filename can be found in the Custom menu G (Record) 

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And as shown in the video in OM-D E-M1 MKII the Copyright settings and the Edit Filename can be found in the Custom menu H1 (Record/Erase)

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If you havent seen the previous episodes I recomend you to watch them. The whole Using Olympus playlist can be found here: https://goo.gl/9cPqo1

If you have any questions please ask them in the comments!

Tutorial - Using Olympus episode 2: Keystone Comp.

The keystone Comp. is a very powelful tool to correct the perspektive.

Again in this video the example camera was a OM-D E-M1 MKII. Here is some more info on hoq to turn on the Keystone Comp. in different Olympus cameras.

In Pen E-PL9 set the mode dial to AP and highlight the Keystone Composition and press OK. The correction is made with the Control Dial. By pressing the INFO-button you can make the horisontal adjustment.

In Pen-F, E-M10 MKII, E-M5 MKII, E-M1 and E-M1 MKII Keystone Comp. can be found from the Shooting menu 2. Use the front and rear Dials for correction. If you want to change the exposure settings while Keystone Comp is On, press INFO-button to toggle the info. 

In E-M10 MKIII set the mode dial to AP and highlight the Keystone Composition and press OK. Use the front and rear Dials for correction.

 Pen E-PL8, E-M5 and E-M10 does not have this feature

If you have any questions please ask them in the comments!

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Tutorial - Using Olympus episode 1: Histogram

 

In the video the example was from Olympus OM-D EM-1 MKII. In this blogpost there is more information on how you can find the settings for displaying histogram in your Olympus cameras viewfinder and LCD-screen.

You can find the LV-info settings on Custom menu D in the following Olympus bodies:

E-M1, E-M5 MKII, E-M5, E-M10, E-M10 MKII, E-M10 MKIII, E-PL8, Pen-F:  

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You can find the LV-info settings on in Custom menu C1 in the following Olympus bodies:

E-PL9:

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You can find the LV-info settings on in Custom menu D1 in the following Olympus bodies:

EM-1 MKII:

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With the INFO-button on your camera you can then toggle the information you see on the lcd and the viewfinder.

If you have any questions please ask them in the comments!

The whole Using Olympus playlist: https://goo.gl/9cPqo1