Weekly Photo Challenge: Work of Art

Selfie at the Olympus OM-D Exhibition (with the help of a mirror)

What a great exeperience! Yesterday I went to the exhibition Olympus OM-D: Photography Playground Berlin. The special thing about it? It was not only an art exhibittion, you could also have a go at the new Olympus OM-D E-M 10 system camera … and everything for FREE!!! It was the perfect way to discover artwork through the eye of a camera. The camera itself is simply awesome: great retro design, touchscreen, many features for the perfect shot and so small that you can take it everywhere. For more information about the camera have a look at olympus.de.

Here are some pictures which I took at the exhibition:

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14 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Work of Art

  1. You are so lucky to have tried that camera for free. Free. I’m so jealous! It really does look small but seemingly packs a punch. Is the camera light? Love the colours in the exhibition, a very abstract exhibition.

    • Hi Mabel, yeah I know that I’ve been a lucky. The Olympus OM-D E-M 10 is the smallest of the OM-D series and weighs only 396g.
      It was truly an abstract exhibition but it was really fun to experiment with the different features of the camera. The camera has an ART FILTER mode which means you take one snapshot and the camera saves 12 versions of it using different kinds of filters like Pop Art, Soft Focus, Cross Process or Aquarell. I loved this mode 🙂 If you would like to see more pictures of the exhibition have a look on the website: http://photographyplayground.olympus.de/en

      • That is such a cool camera, processing different kinds of images for you. It is very cool for a camera to be a part of an exhibition like that. Sure, it’s sort of a promotional event for Olympus, but it seems like a fun event 🙂

  2. Oh my gosh, the “facade” picture really, really stumped me. Was it a painting? Were people really hanging out there. And then I saw the next photo 🙂 What a brilliant design concept! I continue to be amazed by people’s creativity! And I love the “heart” photo – are those wigs on forms in that design? Great submissions for the challenge.

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