May 19, 2014

Time For an Upgrade



Ah, only when writing this post I realised that 9 out of ten is into her second year already. We're two years old, people. That calls for a celebration! Well... I kinda unconsciously celebrated it by upgrading my camera to this gorgeous thing of an Olympus OMD EM10.




Photography has always been one of my biggest hobbies, taking a place right after beauty, literature and fashion. After all, who doesn't like to look at something pretty? I can tell you that my upgrade was a big investment and made my wallet a lot lighter, but I'm so happy I got it.

The past 2 weeks I've experimented a bit with the camera, which you might've noticed in my pictures. I looks super vintage on the outside, but the inside is super techy and on par with some of the big guys in the market. I am using the kit lens that comes with it and it's just perfect for blog pictures, scenery and still-life. The main reason why I chose this particular version is its outer appearance as I'm a huge fan of vintage cameras and because of its compact size, it's perfect to take away on a day trip or during holidays. If you'd like to know more about this little baby, fire away.


Thoughts?

Wearing Essie Meet Me At Sunset
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9 comments

  1. nice! lovely pictures girl! x

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  2. I love the look of it! You take gorgeous photos!


    xx- babette

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  3. Also my favourite hobby! Well done on 2 years x

    BerrieBlogs| {beauty blog}

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  4. Thanks, so sweet of you to say.

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  5. YAY, thanks Jenn :-) Ooh a new lens, huh. What lens are you shooting with right now?

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  6. I cannot believe how fast time flies, it feels like yesterday and then again it's been a great journey.

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  7. just a wide angle lens good for street photography. nothing with macro which is what i would like.

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  8. Street photography sounds goooood. No clue what the macro is about - I still have to inform myself on the tech bits of the (D)SLRs. All I really care about is Aperture and ISO. And it's the only two terms I actually understand, next to shutter speed, ha.

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