In this behind-the-scenes video, see how filmmakers used the compact, fast, and rugged Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark II to create the compelling and seamless visual perspective of “There and Back: Colombia.”

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In this series, Olympus asked Vimeo filmmakers to explore the world around them and invite the viewer into the experience. Each filmmaker has their own point of view, but are all connected by the power and portability of their Olympus OM-D camera.

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Davidalain Montarges

Davidalain Montarges

a good idea on his part, it must be someone,
a friend of ...??? or cousin of ???, but, you, Olympus, Canon, Leica and other, it's just business, hard and fast advertise to sell your equipment, I remember in 1999-2000, I came to see you with my project trip to Congo, to cover my adventure, I needed photo and video equipment in the forest with the pygmies has N'doki and unfortunately there was war in Congo, I was in Brazzaville...!!!!, we could have done a good job but you send me a shit, this work should have been remarkable, but there, you have not believed in this project, it's a waste of energy, pity ... !!!

Peter Scott

Peter Scott

Fantastic clarity and detail Great video

Ed David

Ed David Plus

beautiful job - really creative use of it all!!

Ben Singer

Ben Singer Plus

Inconspicuous? Errr....hardly! You'd have to have a minder behind you at all times, to make sure no one got clocked by your four-foot tail! The shots are cool, don't get me wrong, but I would think a GoPro style set-up would be much more useful, especially if really trying to capture documentary footage on the fly, or when working alone.

Sergio Wild

Sergio Wild

Benjamin, you're pretty right, but keep in mind, that it's not a truly documentary footage, it's a documentary style works.

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