Jan 17, 2018

Bombinate - an Olympus experience

How a camera should be like?
Bulky, tiny, light, white, black, fast, inconspicuous, expensive, cheap, silent, with a big sensor, with a small sensor, with many megapixels, with additional features, just photography specifications?
How the photographer using the camera should be?
Should I be able to see things unseen, to catch a moment’s life and death, to place my inner darkness and light into my work, to seek inspiration in everything I see and feel, to seek originality in a time when the wheel has been long invented? Should I be able to experiment through what I am the world I live in without getting distracted by my camera?
A tailor crafts the clothes to perfectly match the person wearing them. More, there is a symbiotic relation between these two organisms and at that moment they are the same. No more, no less, but a beautiful marriage of desires and actual experience. And only then I can fully trust my companion. My camera.
The following photos have been taken in October 2017, in a two week test session of Olympus equipment kindly granted me by Olympus Romania.
The setup used consisted of OM-D E-M1 Mark II, Olympus M.Zuiko Digital 300mm f/4.0 IS Pro ED, Olympus MC-14 and Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 60mm 1:2.8.

#1
Red miracle
contemplated
in the
immortal nature.

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#2
Misty roads
on which we will run
man, boat, red.
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#3
Fiery snow
sifted and melted
above the grass.
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#4
Continuously bombinating
unceasing running
in silence.
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#5
From the middle
into the middle comes
great wonder.
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#6
On a field of stars
returning from nowhere
bewilder.
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#7
How convenient
everything seems hidden
in plain sight.
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#8
Shapes are joining
our dance
harmonious accords start.
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