Sunday, March 4, 2012

Geoff Steven's Images of Ha Long Bay, Vietnam, Using DMC-GH2 and G3

Professional photographer Geoff Steven recently traveled to Vietnam to photograph World Heritage Site Ha Long Bay.  He traveled with the winner of a Lumix photography competition, and shot with the DMC-G3 and DMC-GH2.  I've included a couple of his images below:
Geoff Steven's Images of Ha Long Bay, Vietnam
 Image Source:  http://panasonic.net/avc/lumix/ourplace/img/activity10/image04.jpg
Geoff Steven's Images of Ha Long Bay, Vietnam
 Image Source:  http://panasonic.net/avc/lumix/ourplace/img/activity10/image02.jpg

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In order to capture a comprehensive set of images over a four day period, Geoff traveled the bay in a combination of a speed boat and a local slow boat, and climbed mountains and into caves.  I find it interesting to speculate how much more mobile he was as a result of using two excellent, small cameras, as opposed to full-sized DLSRs.  It is my opinion that Micro 4/3 equipment has just recently advanced to the point that one can feel confident in the ability to capture great images in a wide range of lighting situations, even on once-in-a-lifetime situations.

To see Geoff's website, (Click Here).

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