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The OLYMPUS Visionary program features the most talented, passionate photographers. The constantly growing network caters for photography enthusiasts and top photographers alike. OLYMPUS is proud to share their projects throughout Europe. Read their stories below and take the opportunity to make contact with them.
Discover more stories below and find out more about our Visionaries’ experiences.


  • Every artist's worst nightmare…

    E-M10 Mark III • M.Zuiko 17mm 1:1.8 • 1:1.8 • 1/25s • ISO 1000 Day starts. Coffee, cigarette and hit the shower. Get dressed and grab gear. Take my battery from the charger, stick it in the body, card and lens check. Let’s get to work on the streets.But today is different, usually street photography is my relaxation. No, it’s even more. It’s my therapy, my way of making sense of this world. But not today, today...
    • 30 Jan 2018
      This post has 5 Likes, 1 Comments and 1096 views
  • "I want to keep the craft alive"

    E-M1 • M.Zuiko Digital 17mm 1:1.8 • 1:1.8 • 1/500s • ISO 400 As a documentary photographer, Stacii Samidin photographs the different levels of our modern society and records them in photo documentaries. Not just the different levels, but the different people, identities (stereotypes as well as subcultures), gangs, people from specific communities, or people who are just famous: all of these are "societies" according...
    • 3 Jan 2018
      This post has 4 Likes, 0 Comments and 1597 views
  • Breathtaking image quality with beautiful Feathered Bokeh

    E-M1 Mark II • M.Zuiko Digital ED 25mm 1:1.2 PRO • 1:1.2 • 1/400s • ISO 200 Unlike in painting, in photography you can only focus on one single point. The point in focus is what the photographer wants viewers to see the most. Then by defocusing the other areas, you can make the subject stand out. By doing this, you are communicating what you wanted to show, and what you wanted to express. In general, it is more difficult...
    • 3 Jan 2018
      This post has 2 Likes, 3 Comments and 2866 views