After the various posts about photos, both recently, and previously, I have finally managed to get some more onto the blog media library. They are not intended to be great examples of photography, far from it. This is not a photography blog, after all. They are in response to numerous requests to see Ollie out and about, and to give some idea of the area of Beetley Meadows, a place that features so regularly in my posts.
The photos were all taken with the new camera, trying it out on the first chance I got. For those of you interested in the technical details, they were shot on Aperture Priority, with f5.6 set on the lens itself. The film simulation mode was set before shooting, using Classic Chrome, a representation of Kodachrome 64, which was an old-style film, discontinued a few years ago. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kodachrome
Various exposure compensation was used, mostly +1 stop. There has been no post-processing software applied in any form, and they are all out-of-camera jpegs. The full-size files are available to view by clicking the pictures, and they can be enlarged from there too.
There you have six shots to be getting on with. Now I have managed to succeed in transferring photos to the computer, (see previous post) I will endeavour to post some on a regular basis.
And they will hopefully be better photos too.