Ricoh GR; two frames, merged in Photoshop.
Olympus E-M5 with the Lumix G Vario 12-35mm/f2.8 lens
Fujifilm X100T – two frames merged in Photoshop
Olympus E-M5 with the m.Zuiko 12mm f2.0 lens
Olympus E-M5 with the Lumix 8mm f3.5 lens.
Olympus E-M5 with a Lumix 8mm f3.5 fisheye lens
Olympus OM-D with the m.Zuiko 12mm f2.0 lens.
One from my archive of Riverside Church to show a wider view of yesterday’s post.
Panasonic G3 with the 20mm f1.7 lens
Canon S100, processed in Silver Efex Pro2
Canon S100 processed in Silver Efex Pro2
View taken from the top of one of the columns in the Cathedral of St. John the Divine, New York City.
Olympus Pen E-p1 with the Zuiko 17mm Pancake lens.
Taken with the legendary Olympus Trip 35 film camera on Fuji Superia 400 film. The light in the church was very dim, but the Trip did a good job on manual setting f2.8. The exposure on manual is always 1/40 sec. with this camera.
During my trip to the Netherlands this summer I only took my Lumix LX3 with me. It is one of my favorite travel cameras because of it’s size, weight and versatility. It performs beautifully in low light, as the example here shows, taken in a fairly dark Dutch Reformed church in Schoonhoven.