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Swallow-tailed Gulls. Olympus OM-D camera, M.Zuiko 40-150 F2.8 PRO lens, M.Zuiko MC-14 1.4x Teleconverter. 1/500 sec., f/8, ISO200. Photo by Jay Dickman

“My world is all about travel and location photography,” says Olympus Visionary and Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer Jay Dickman. Between shooting assignments for publications like National Geographic, working with National Geographic Expeditions and conducting his own photography workshops, Dickman is perpetually on the move. “Last year I was in 21 countries,” he recalls. “I’m constantly carrying my photo equipment. The best camera to use is the one you’ll actually have in your hands when you need it.”

Jay Dickman

For Dickman, “traveling light and smart and small” is essential, and it’s why he chooses the Olympus OM-D system for his work. It comes down to the combination of superlative image quality, the advanced technology the system offers and the ultra-compact size of the system’s cameras and lenses. “My whole system—three bodies, multiple lenses and accessories—fits in a small bag that meets carryon regulations around the world.”

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