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A Perfect Pairing: E-M5 Mark III and M.Zuiko 12-45mm F4.0 PRO
Peter shares his experience with this Olympus pairing and how it's helped his photography.
Staying Ethical with Wildlife Photography
Photographing the Moon: You Have Options with Olympus
See how you can shoot the moon with M.Zuiko lenses – or connect your camera to a telescope!
On the Ice with the World's Largest Penguins
Ralph shares his adventure to photograph Emperor Penguins off the east coast of the Antarctic Peninsula.
FEATURED CONTENT: CAPTURING SPRING
Capture the beauty of the season with these tips from Olympus Pros.VIEW MORE TIPS FOR SPRING PHOTOGRAPHY
Shooting Telephoto Macros
Use a longer lens to give your photos the macro 'feel' without actually being all that close.
It’s the Little Things That Matter: Macro Photography
As we socially distance ourselves, one photographic opportunity is to explore the nature in your own backyard and look for the little things we often pass by.
11 Tips for Capturing Spring
Capture the perfect panorama of mountain dogwood or a close-up of a single crocus struggling to bloom with tips from Larry Price.
15 Tips for Shooting Birds
Get started on your bird photography journey with this collection of quick tips.
HOME WITH OLYMPUS
Browse through our tips and tutorials that will inspire you to practice the craft of photography as you socially distance.VIEW MORE HOME WITH OLYMPUS ARTICLES
Capturing Refraction Photography
Emilie shares how she captures refraction macro photography – both outdoors or in her "home studio."
Creating Stop Motion Videos
Learn how to start creating stop motion videos – a creative #HomeWithOlympus photo activity!
Close Up Photography with M.Zuiko Lenses
See which M.Zuiko lenses will help you with your close up photography – even if you don't have a single dedicated macro lens!
How to Backpack and Camp with Camera Gear
Justin shares how and what he packs for a backpacking trip.
BROWSE TIPS BY INTEREST
Find tips from Olympus Pros for the type of photography that interests you.CHECK OUT OUR TOP PHOTO GENRES
Landscapes & NatureRead more
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Trains, Aircraft & AutomobilesRead more
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Capturing VideoRead more
THE BREAK FREE PROGRAM
Catch up on the photo projects from our ten participants in The Break Free Program — from landscapes and wildlife, to adventure and astro.VIEW MORE PARTICPANT BLOGS
Emilie Talpin: Final ProjectRead more
Josh Almazar: Final ProjectRead more
Martin Humphrey: Final ProjectRead more
Logan Clark: Final ProjectRead more
MASTER YOUR CAMERA
From basic menu settings to Olympus-specific features, learn how to use your camera to its fullest.VIEW MORE TIPS ON SETTINGS
Get to Know Your Camera
Learn how to navigate your menus and use the Olympus-specific features of your PEN, OM-D or TOUGH camera.
Olympus Photography Guides
Learn the art of capturing birds, landscapes, wildlife and outdoor portraits with settings and tips from Olympus Pros.
Starry Sky AF: A Stellar Innovation!
Learn how to use the E-M1 Mark III's new Starry Sky AF.
Pro Capture Mode
Olympus UK Ambassador Gavin Hoey shows you how to set-up the exclusive Pro Capture Mode on the OM-D E-M1 Mark II.
TAKE BETTER PHOTOS
Improve your craft with tips covering technique, composition, and more.VIEW MORE TIPS ON TECHNIQUE
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.
How to Keep Your Camera Ready for the Unexpected
Take a moment to prepare, so you’ll be ready the instant you see a great photo op.
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.
Rules of Composition Every Photographer Should Know
Learn the tried-and-true techniques for identifying structures that naturally please the eye.