Roving the webby Intertubes for bits related to the Olympus 12–40mm lens led me to National Geographic photographer Jay Dickman's Firstlight Workshops website, which I'd never seen before. He uses the OM-D E-M1, even underwater (in a housing). At the link, I particularly liked the polar bear with his front feet in the water and the last one of the wave and the iceberg. There are a lot of E-M1 shots on the site, but you kind of have to wander around looking for pictures (it actually took me a surprisingly long time to figure out what Jay's last name is—it's barely mentioned on the entire site).
Worth a visit, especially if (but not exclusively if) your taste runs to...well, Nat Geo type nature/travel photography.
(I have a tough time researching cameras and lenses because I always get sidetracked by photographers and their photographs.)
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