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The olympus guide to photographing mother nature’s wild side

I just received a link to this Olympus .pdf file and thought it may be of interest to some members of the Forum.

https://learnandsupport.getolympus.c...fe_Guide_0.pdf

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Re: The olympus guide to photographing mother nature’s wild side

Thanks for this. Downloaded

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Re: The olympus guide to photographing mother nature’s wild side

Thanks, downloaded and stashed in iBooks, ready to read perhaps on a flight or whilst sat in the shade on holiday in a couple of weeks.
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Re: The olympus guide to photographing mother nature’s wild side

Thanks for the link. Might have been useful to read prior to our South Africa safari last month.
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