Monday, July 27, 2015

Frames through rucks while the moist chaff

Well, I'm back home from traveling. About 1400 km driving the car, and 2500 photographs taken. It was raining most of the time. The LX100 got wet, but luckily it seems that there was no permanent damage. One of the bad things about the rain was that there was condensation inside the EVF preventing the use of it. And the front lens was difficult to keep dry, so I fear a lot of the photographs will turn out to be foggy. Perhaps that could be a style?

These photographs were taken in Luukki on July 11th.

(Posting title is from the poem Dew by David Musgrave.)


John D. Linn said...

Nice set of picture on this post.

Juha Haataja said...

Thanks, John!

This was a day for seeing in 1:1 aspect ratio.

However, while traveling to northern Finland the last few days I used mostly wider aspect ratios to capture the landscape, and even 16:9 didn't seem to be wide enough. Square doesn't work when the subject matter is like that. On the other hand, one should stay longer in one place to really start to see the possibilities for taking photographs.