Seaton Square at
night, according to my E-M5, which did NOT like doing this, and refused
to do any more under these conditions ...
For reasons obscure I woke
at about 5 am and looked out over our new balcony.
There was patchy
cloud cover with the moon somewhat reluctant to show much, but overall
it was an intriguing sight. Must record it, I thought.
Ahem. Left WB
where it was at shadow, set asa at 1000, aperture priority.
Held M5 on
balustrade and pressed the button. ONE shot only, worked; otherwise it
would not allow me to use the viewfinder, shone a red light into the
darkness, and basically said - go back to bed brother, I refuse.
apart from trying to find that tiny on/off switch in the dark with a
I threatened that I would load film into the OM4Ti, and
the threat was ignored.
I guess I need to learn about manual control
at night if I am to have better success at this game.
about my response to the Luminar thread
Themed Olympus Photo Exhibition: http://www.tope.nl/