Living life at F/1.1! 
Olympus OM-D E-M5 + Voigtlander 50mm F/1.1 Nokton 
You can see the whole set here, on my Flickr! 

Living life at F/1.1! 

Olympus OM-D E-M5 + Voigtlander 50mm F/1.1 Nokton 

You can see the whole set here, on my Flickr

OMG… I want this camera! She is beautiful! 

The original Mamiya 6, with the Olympus Zuiko 75mm F/3.5

I do not have a folding medium format camera… YET…

#BelieveInFilm #Mamiya

Swan Lake IR 4 on Flickr.@getolympus @Olympus_AU @OlympusCan - DIY IR Converted #Olympus E-P1 with 15mm F/8 BodyCap lens

Swan Lake IR 4 on Flickr.

@getolympus @Olympus_AU @OlympusCan - DIY IR Converted #Olympus E-P1 with 15mm F/8 BodyCap lens

Infrared images from my DIY converted Olympus E-P1

My sleeping wife, on a muggy morning

My sleeping wife, on a muggy morning

DIY IR EP1 on Flickr.Digital IR Lomo style, with my E-P1. 
Yup, that’s right… I have taken my Olympus E-P1 and had it made into a full spectrum camera. Did this by taking it apart and removing the IR Cut and anti-aliasing filter pack from the sensor.
I took a piece of unexposed but developed E6 film, put it on the inside of my Olympus 15mm F/8.0 Bodycap lens.
I have found that the focus has been effected, so not everything is as sharp as it could be, but with the 15mm Bodycap lens, there is a setting just as you are about to close the built in shutter on the lens, where the lens retracts ever so slightly, and this is enough to make me get sharp-ish images.
The results are pretty cool. You can do this too, all you need is an Alex!
Alex is available for rental! Just be warned, conversion is not always 100% successful. My LCD was killed during my conversion. But two other conversions were totally successful. 
But, I do not mind a Digital Lomography IR camera ;-)

DIY IR EP1 on Flickr.

Digital IR Lomo style, with my E-P1.

Yup, that’s right… I have taken my Olympus E-P1 and had it made into a full spectrum camera. Did this by taking it apart and removing the IR Cut and anti-aliasing filter pack from the sensor.

I took a piece of unexposed but developed E6 film, put it on the inside of my Olympus 15mm F/8.0 Bodycap lens.

I have found that the focus has been effected, so not everything is as sharp as it could be, but with the 15mm Bodycap lens, there is a setting just as you are about to close the built in shutter on the lens, where the lens retracts ever so slightly, and this is enough to make me get sharp-ish images.

The results are pretty cool. You can do this too, all you need is an Alex!

Alex is available for rental! Just be warned, conversion is not always 100% successful. My LCD was killed during my conversion. But two other conversions were totally successful.

But, I do not mind a Digital Lomography IR camera ;-)

Gowlland Tod 02 B&W on Flickr.Taken with the Olympus OM-D E-M5, Panasonic-Leica 25mm F/1.4 Summilux, with B+W ND110 (10-stop filter) 
Exposure: 1 minute @ F/8

Gowlland Tod 02 B&W on Flickr.

Taken with the Olympus OM-D E-M5, Panasonic-Leica 25mm F/1.4 Summilux, with B+W ND110 (10-stop filter)

Exposure: 1 minute @ F/8

Gowlland Tod 03 on Flickr.Taken with the Olympus OM-D E-M5 and the Panasonic-Leica 25mm F/1.4, with the B+W ND110 (10-stop filter) 
Exposure time 92 seconds @ F/8

Gowlland Tod 03 on Flickr.

Taken with the Olympus OM-D E-M5 and the Panasonic-Leica 25mm F/1.4, with the B+W ND110 (10-stop filter)

Exposure time 92 seconds @ F/8

Goldstream Upper Rapids on Flickr.Upper Rapids at Goldstream National Park, Victoria BC. 
Olympus OM-D E-M5 with 12mm F/2.0 & B+W ND110 (10-Stop) filter.

Goldstream Upper Rapids on Flickr.

Upper Rapids at Goldstream National Park, Victoria BC.
Olympus OM-D E-M5 with 12mm F/2.0 & B+W ND110 (10-Stop) filter.

Victoria Harbour at Dusk on Flickr.Victoria, BC inner harbour at dusk. Long exposure, taken with the Olympus OM-D E-M5 and the Panasonic 25mm F/1.4 Summilux.

Victoria Harbour at Dusk on Flickr.

Victoria, BC inner harbour at dusk. Long exposure, taken with the Olympus OM-D E-M5 and the Panasonic 25mm F/1.4 Summilux.