A few days ago I purchased and read the e-book, "Wide-Angle Macro: The Essential Guide" by Clay Bolt and Paul Harcourt Davies. IMHO, the book is excellent, and has some great sample photos. However, not surprisingly when they discuss lenses, they are primarily considering Nikons and Canons. I would really like to shoot some wide-angle landscape photos with a very close flower, insect, or other small object in the foreground and in focus, with the background either in focus or slightly out-of-focus. I tried a few flower shots with my Oly 9-18mm MFT lens, but am a little disappointed with the results. I'm sure that a big part of my problem is that I need more practice. Can anyone offer some advice as to the best MFT lenses for this type of photography? Samples of your photos would be great? Also, I am considering the new Olympus 8mm f/1.8 Pro Fisheye. Would that lens be a good choice? Should I just stick with my 9-18, and develop my technique? Many, thanks, in advance!