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General Photography Tips From Rob Pugh

General Photography Tips From Rob Pugh - Here are some general photography tips for Olympus kit from Rob Pugh.

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Rob Pugh

Rob Pugh is a professional photographer who uses Olympus kit. From wedding and portrait photography to boudoir, landscape and street, Rob shoots a wide variety of subjects. Recently he took part in an ePHOTOzine member's meet, more information on which can be found in our feature. Here we share Rob's general top tips for Olympus photography. 

Rob's Top Tips:

  • Always use a shutter speed equivalent to the length of the lens. For example, with a 600mm lens you should use a shutter speed of 1/600th. 
  • If you're using two cameras, make sure that their time and date settings are synced.
  • A 3:2 aspect ratio is ideal for print, especially wedding photography. This makes the editing process easier. 
  • To achieve more accurate focussing on the OM-D, change to a smaller focus target size, and always check your focus levels with the focus peaking tool.
  • Switch on the rule of thirds grid display to help you frame images. 
To find out more about Rob and his photography, take a look at his website. If you're interested in joining Rob for a free event, there is a Streetwalk taking place in London on 26 July, where there will also be a model present. For more information in this and other Rob Pugh workshops in the future, take a look at the Olympus events page




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