First Impressions Review: Olympus OM-D E-M5

Who said Micro Four Thirds can't do Bokeh?

Today on the blog, Ready Steady Pro Host Michael Rammell shares his thoughts on Olympus’ OM-D E-M5 Mirrorless Camera. This isn’t an in-depth technical review, but more a ‘thoughts so far’ review on the camera itself. Originally featured over on Michael’s … Continue reading

Ready Steady Pro London Meetup

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The idea of a meet-up has been discussed a few times now in The Ready Steady Pro Community, and we’re finally taking action and getting one organised, so I’ve teamed up with the guys over at One Camera One Lens to … Continue reading

SEO Tips for Blogging Photographers: Part 1

Keywords are important. Be precise and use them wisely

SEO can seem like a mystery to some. You may find that some of your more generic posts are climbing up the results ladder, whilst others are sitting in an abyss, getting only a few seldom visitors. Well, there is … Continue reading

Why is Wedding Photography so Expensive?

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This post was originally share over on Michael Rammell’s blog at http://www.RammellPhotography.com/blog Writing a blog about the cost of wedding photography may seem controversial. Typically, my blog is a positive place where people can come and see how the most recent … Continue reading

Olympus OMD Promotion – Free 45mm f/1.8 Lens & Battery Grip worth over £430!

Free HLD-6 Battery Grip and M.Zuiko 45mm f/1.8 Prime Lens when you purchase an OMD EM5 with 12-50 Kit.

It’s no secret: I’ve well and truly fallen in love with the OM-D EM-5 from Olympus.  small, lightweight (yet incredibly well built) camera with great interchangeable lenses and excellent focusing. Add to that the beautiful retro look too: You’ve got yourself … Continue reading

The Problem with Email

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Over in the Ready Steady Pro community whenever we have discussions about inquiries and dealing with clients I always suggest the same thing (especially when it comes to dealing with dissatisfied clients). That advice is to Get on the phone! Speak to your clients. … Continue reading