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Tips and Tricks, or “Baby, it’s Cold Outside…”

17-03-02 Alaska 0811

Photographers trying not to freeze to their cameras. It was about -25ºF at this point.

I’m something of a desert rat, so while the Alaska trip was not my first experience with extreme cold it’s not something I do on a regular basis.  This post is intended to be a summary of what worked and what didn’t.

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On cameras, a personal journey

My main cameras today, the E-P5 and the OM-D E-M5

My main cameras today, the E-P5 and the OM-D E-M5

I’m currently shooting with three different types of camera. My primary system is Olympus, with the OM-D EM5 being the main body and an E-P5 as a backup/carry it around solution. A Hasselblad 500 is a lovely enough tool that it’s even gotten me back into film to a limited degree. Finally I just got an entry level Phase One DF+/P20 for digital medium format. And of course I always have my iPhone with me – it takes surprisingly good pictures for a pocket sized package.

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