Sunday, 14 January 2018
October 24th, 2014 there was a partial solar eclipse at sunset up our way. I was on the rear deck with the Olympus PEN EPL3 watching it go down. All shots with the long 300mm zoom lens.
Typical shot data looks like this:
f/22 1/4000150 mm ISO1000 for the lower light shots and similar settings with wider aperture for the brighter shots - I'd rather everything stay sharp with as big an F stop as I can manage. No filter, believe it or not.
Saturday, 13 January 2018
Wednesday, 10 January 2018
Autumn colours and mushrooms in the wet Kawartha Highlands woods.
All photos taken with the Olympus EPL-3 micro four thirds camera in October of 2014.
These are the typical settings for the macro shots below:
f/5.6 1/20 42 mm ISO400
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