Once again we are having not-good-for-picture-taking weather, with temperatures so cold the cameras try to reset or shut down completely. Really the best of them are only meant to operate down to -10°C and yesterday it was -18°C. So I’ve been inside thinking about shots and trying some experimental things which may or may not lead to more involved photo shoots. All taken with the Nikon P610.
First we have a picture of the sky where you get to guess which is the original and which were processed:
Next we have the antique inkwell. You get to pick which you like best. They all ‘work’, but I think the original colour version is the best.
Otherwise, I’ve been reading interesting blogs again including one from someone who actually has a new Fujifilm X-Pro3 – and has confirmed my opinion of it: So this happened. Great camera. And a clever bit from Eric L. Woods about being fiscally responsible – and still getting the camera you want (essentially).
Only a couple more posts for the year. Another silly one with silly pictures and a silly one with less silly pictures.
Always have a sense of humour, especially about yourself.