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Winter wonderland

We may not be able to guarantee beautiful white snow but we can deliver some great tips on taking photographs at this time of year that you can try whatever the weather.

Below are just a few of the articles and videos we have been working on lately. Please remember to check out the Stories section on MyOlympus regularly for new material.

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Meanwhile, here’s what we have been working on recently and remember, if there are special topics you would like to see covered, please let our Customer Support Team know here.

Holiday Light painting

Our own Claire Voyle and Clare Harvey-May are joined by photographer Michelle Essenson who shows how to make the most of Live Composite mode with some clever light painting hints.

Holiday Bokeh

Everyone’s favourite word to pronounce in a different way. Here Gavin Hoey explains what it is and how to achieve the most pleasing effects.

Winter Birds with Pro Capture

However fast your reactions, there are always subjects faster than you and birds are some of the quickest. Fortunately, Pro Capture provides a solution and here David Tipling takes a new look at how to make the most of this much loved innovation.

Techniques in light painting

In another article on this popular topic, Jonathan Stenvall gives some more ideas and explains his techniques when getting creative with light painting.

This is something you can do all year round but a plus side of winter – more darkness. All current bodies in our range make this process easier than ever to try. The challenge is what you will paint!

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