I'm headed to Norway and Iceland for a vacation and I want to make sure I am not botching the settings on the e-M5 for the shots I will be taking. Landscapes and waterfalls mostly. I have read several tutorials on waterfall photography but none have been specific to m4/3 cameras. This is what I'm thinking: Shoot @ F8 (or less) - not F22 as some sites suggest. Use tripod ND9 (for waterfalls) and CPL filters turn off IBIS when using tripod -.3 ev (not sure about this one) raw + jpeg use remote trigger Another reason I am asking here is because I previously took some waterfall shots with my E-P3 and used the info above and they came out okay but the water in some of them looked too white while the rest of the pics were exposed okay. Any tips or suggestions are welcome. This is not a photography specific trip but I do have some latitude to take some shots.