Testing my new camera on Ogijima

 

So, I recently got a new camera (just in time for the Setouchi Triennale 2019 🙂 ). For the past 6 years or so, I used a bridge camera, but I feel that I really outgrew it for the past year or so (also image quality doesn’t seem as soon, technically cameras are not too subject to planned obsolescence, so I’m not sure what is up with that). So for the first time of my life, I’m using a DSLR.

Today I went to Ogijima, and the weather was very nice, I decided to go test it. Here are some of the results. Looks like there is a small learning curve with this camera for some shots (the pictures from the streets tend to be overexposed), but I’m already in love with the macro function (best flower pictures I have ever taken – sure that’s not something I do a lot, but expect some awesome insect pictures this summer 😉 ).

Enjoy:

 

 

Ogijima’s Soul

 

 

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