Photos - Collection 1

19/02/2021
I've just purchased a new camera, an Olympus Pen D, this is a very special camera because it's "half frame". This means that for a regular 35mm frame, I get two photos. Here's some test roll I put through it. Don't expect award winning shots, learning is the game.

Test shots

Sheffield station and my Partner. Off to view a house to buy. (Olympus Pen D, 32mm Zuiko f1.9, Kentmere 400)
We had some snow (Olympus Pen D, 32mm Zuiko f1.9, Kentmere 400)
Tram stop and park hill, shot at 1.9 with no idea how to zone focus correct. (Olympus Pen D, 32mm Zuiko f1.9, Kentmere 400)
Tramlines, Sheffield Station (Olympus Pen D, 32mm Zuiko f1.9, Kentmere 400)
Sign and wooden post, (Olympus Pen D, 32mm Zuiko f1.9, Kentmere 400)
Second post and skateboard ramp. (Olympus Pen D, 32mm Zuiko f1.9, Kentmere 400)
Bowl and Stairs with slide (Olympus Pen D, 32mm Zuiko f1.9, Kentmere 400)
Basket ball hoops. These types of photos (called diptychs) allow for really creative works. Subjects that match or are related can be expressed in new ways (Olympus Pen D, 32mm Zuiko f1.9, Kentmere 400)
Trees (Olympus Pen D, 32mm Zuiko f1.9, Kentmere 400)
Gruber cat(Olympus Pen D, 32mm Zuiko f1.9, Kentmere 400)
Stairs on Penistone road, pipe over River Don (Olympus Pen D, 32mm Zuiko f1.9, Kentmere 400)
Same pipe, but a bad composure. The Pen D is a viewfinder camera, so it could have looked fine to me through the viewfinder. Here I was creating a common subject, as the pipe goes over the rive. (Olympus Pen D, 32mm Zuiko f1.9, Kentmere 400)