I invested a week in Iceland with the OM Procedure OM-1 and this is what I uncovered

I not too long ago experienced the pleasure of embarking on a street vacation with my fellow OM Technique Ambassador, Moises Cugat. OM Program required us to put the new OM1 Technique OM-1 (opens in new tab) digital camera and some of the most recent lenses by their paces, and we imagined – what far better way to do it than a 2000km experience all around Iceland.

Relatively than regurgitating a diary of our trip or intricate spec sheets (the latter of which can be identified on the net), I assumed I would focus on some practical authentic-entire world takeaways that I discovered when utilizing the OM1 Technique OM-1. 

These can be utilized to most landscape/adventure/journey photography trips using the latest OM Process kit, and selection from its epic waterproofing that observed me capturing less than a waterfall, to how amazingly light-weight my kitbag was when mountaineering with the digital camera and 3 Pro lenses.

Landscape photographer Tom Ormerod uses the OM-1 in Iceland

(Image credit score: Tom Ormerod)

1. The have to have for a tripod is redundant (pretty much)