Ban the Blur: 5-Axis Image Stabilization Settings
Learn how to use your camera's in-body image stabilization.
Express Yourself with Olympus Creative Functions
Activating Your Super Control Panel
Enhance Your Photography with Bracketing
Using the High-Res Shot Function: Capture Every Detail
Autofocus System for Fast Moving Subjects
Making the Most of Your Electronic Viewfinder
Capture Your Memories: OM-D Movie
Learn how to shoot video on your OM-D.
Learn how to use your E-M5 Mark II's features for specific types of photography with these topical tips.VIEW MORE TOPICAL TIPS
7 Ways You Can Use Live Composite
Get tips for using Live Composite from Olympus Pros (you won't believe #7), and instructions on how to activate this feature.
Focus Stacking & Bracketing with OM-D
It can be a challenge to achieve a sharp subject from front to back. Enter focus stacking or focus bracketing.
Setting Up Tethered Capture
In this in-depth tutorial, Olympus UK Ambassador Gavin Hoey shows you how to set up tethered capture on a compatible OM-D.
Using Focus Bracketing & Stacking for Landscapes
Learn how to use this technique to maximize depth of field in your landscape photography.
Quick Tip: Waterfalls
Have a minute? Check out these tips for capturing moving water.
Incorporating Multiple Exposure into Portraiture
Multiple exposures allow you to create a photo out of elements that were not photographed together.
A Hidden Gem: The Superfine JPEG Setting
The SuperFine JPEG setting is one of the hidden gems within the Olympus menu – and it's easy to activate it on your camera.
Take Better Photos
Improve your craft with tips covering technique, composition, and more.VIEW MORE TIPS ON TECHNIQUE
Depth of Field 101: Understanding Your Aperture
Have you ever noticed that portrait and food photographers often use defocused backgrounds? Learn about Depth of Field.
Rules of Composition Every Photographer Should Know
Learn the tried-and-true techniques for identifying structures that naturally please the eye.
8 Photography Terms You Should Know
While technical jargon can seem like a foreign language at first, it’ll help you improve your photography. We’ve compiled a glossary of important basics.
Balancing Your Photos With the Rule of Thirds
It’s the principal rule of composition; the technique that easily and instantly improves the quality of your photos: The Rule of Thirds.