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Michael Rammell
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All-Olympus Wedding, Portrait and Street Photographer known mostly as the Host & Producer of The Ready Steady Pro Photography Podcast.
All-Olympus Wedding, Portrait and Street Photographer known mostly as the Host & Producer of The Ready Steady Pro Photography Podcast.

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We're just over the halfway point in January! Quick, enter now for your chance to win my own personal copy of David Gibson's 'The Street Photographer's Manual.

The winner will be announced on January 31st! Entry is easy and takes just 30 seconds!

http://www.michaelrammell.com/win/

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Attention Street Photographers!
(actually, any photographer for that matter).

I've written a post to share my top three tips to make stronger, more compelling photographs when you're out on the street AND I'm giving away a free book! Truth be told though these are the rules and processes I follow with all of my photography, whether it's weddings or wildlife, so these tips really do translate into whatever it is you may shoot.

Even if you're not interested in the tips, the FREE book is worth winning, right? I'm giving away my very own copy of David Gibson's 'The Street Photographer's Manual'. It's a fantastically in-depth study of the often misunderstood discipline that is street photography, but, just as the name suggests it is very much a manual too; at the end of each chapter you're offered a task to go out and try.

So, whether you head on over to the blog for the tips or the chance to win a FREE book (did I mention it's free?) - I'm just happy you took the time.

Good luck to all who enter. Feedback and comments are welcome as always!

http://bit.ly/street-photography-tips-part1

#book #phototips #streetphotography #competition #win #freestuff #london #londonstreetphotography


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In this video I'll show how to both import existing smart collection settings and how to make your own too. Specifically, for those of you that shoot with the Olympus Micro Four Thirds system, you'll see that the video teaches you how to create smart collections to house images made by specific lenses.

These smart collections can be particularly useful when, as a photographer, you come to the task of creating your Year In Review posts, where you look back over the past 12 months of work. These smart collections will allow you to easily see just how much you used each of your various Olympus lenses.

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Olympus 7-14mm f/2.8 PRO Review

Given that it is perhaps something of a specialist lens in its use and application, the Olympus 7-14mm f/2.8 PRO lens seems (to me at least) to get a lot less love and attention than it's versatile older brothers, the 12-40mm f/2.8 and the 40-150mm f/2.8.

Whilst not everyone will have need of a super wide angle zoom, I'm here to tell you that the 7-14mm is not just a lens for landscape lovers!

Check out my review of this great piece of glass from Olympus over on the blog!

Enjoy: http://www.michaelrammell.com/blog/olympus-7-14-pro-review
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