One of the best (or at least my favourite) parts of my day job is the chances I get to test out lots of beautiful new photography kit, often before it hits the shops.
Last week, I was lucky enough to get invited along to Amsterdam for the European press launch of the new Olympus OM-D camera.
It was a tough job, but somebody had to do it… so off I went.
I got to spend the day with the new camera, which involved shooting at a variety of locations around the city. One of those was at a photo studio, during which I took lots of shots of the model that was provided for the day.
Not all of them made it into my Olympus OM-D E-M5 review which I wrote for TechRadar, but I wanted to share a few more here, as I enjoyed taking them so much.
None of these photos have been edited in any way, they are taken directly from the camera. As you will be able to see, many were shot with some of the inbuilt digital filters that the OM-D is equipped with.
I am also obliged to point out that these pictures were shot with an initial production version of the camera, and therefore may not be wholly representative of final image quality.
I hope you enjoy them!