A common question we get is "what camera should I get?" But the problem with that question is there really isn't a definite answer. The right camera for you might not be the camera for someone else. It all depends on what you'll be using it for, and more importantly, how you tell your story. However, the best camera is the one you have readily available to you. Whether that's your smartphone, point and shoot, or dslr camera. Use what you have and tell your story.
Got my hands on the fantastic Olympus 40-150mm f/2.8. Quite large for m4/3, but what a range!? Looking forward to get more acquainted with the lens and the new perspectives it grants. Thanks for following guys! It truly means a lot to me!
The colors of Nyhavn are pretty fucking great. This whole city is an inspiration to anyone creative. I've put in about 10 miles a day on foot since I been here. I've gotten lost multiple times and fallen in love with the people and culture of Denmark. Everyone is willing to talk to you if you just give them a smile and a warm, "what's up doods!? I'm new". #copenhagen#love#denmark#denmarkgirl#gh5