Hi Everyone! Got into photography a few years ago when I moved from Ireland to a town called Squamish in Canada. Back then I was really just taking snapshots to share with family back home. I go on a lot of trips into the mountains so I wanted to take better photos. I first upgraded to a DSLR but, as I started learning to climb and ski it became too bulky and heavy for convenient use, the transition to MILC was natural as it's lighter and more compact without sacrificing too much IQ. I first bought a GX1 in 2012 and used that up until a few months ago when I invested in a E-M1 and 12-40 Pro. I started doing a lot of research about getting more lenses second hand and came across this site. Some of the images on here are stunning and I really want to learn how I can get the most out of my equipment and also how to not overcook the images in Post. I'm realizing I'm doing that a lot. I have a flickr but don't really use it. I do some freelance writing and blogging so my photography is usually used in conjunction with that. You can see my blog and photos here: pebbleshoo.com Here are some of my shots, mostly shot with the GX1 apart from the last which was shot with the E-M1: I'm Irish so I have a thick skin. I love constructive criticism. I'm fine with someone saying "your composition and PP is horrible, but, here's how you can be better..." Looking forward to posting here and learning from the wealth of knowledge and experience in this forum.