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Discussion in 'Olympus Cameras' started by gsciorio, Apr 19, 2012.
Thought I'd share this link. Very modern, cool fashion work here.
OM-D EM-5 | FEDERICO CABRERA DIARY
Thanks my friend.
Thank you. I think its time that the micro 4/3 system get noticed more that pros do use it and use it well.
The day of the big camera being necessary for most jobs is over in my opinion. I'm writing a post about workflow that I think will be well received.
Yeah, that's pretty cool work. And I'm not just saying that 'cause he's shooting an OM-D.
I have so many opportunities to shoot fashion but I struggle with enjoying fashion overall. My father retired from that industry and I have a friend that produces major campaigns for the industry but I don't know; seeing the realities of it all as a kid with my father in Miami then growing up in a city that didn't know fashion, Phoenix, was a ying yang for me.
The fashion I love is by Bob Richardson. His work is so gritty and honest. I have a book on his work which is awesome. Poor man suffered from mental illness and when he ended up on the street he lost most of his negs.
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His son BTW is Terry Richardson who shoots on a regular basis with the GF1.
Terry Richardson's Diary
Thank you for posting, but I fail to see the significance of stating 'EM5'.
The shots could have been taken with any old camera.
My carry-arounds, a very old G7 and an old IXUS 100 could have produced equal if not better images given similar conditions.
I think most cameras since they hit 12mp (a reasonable print size) are all capable of producing awesome images at this point.
wow really good stuff
Well he shot the photos with the em5 and very few professionals use micro 4/3 so it is significant. The more pros shoot with the system the more enthusiasts will be interested and overall the format will be better off. It gives credibility to the format overall.
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