While I was experimenting with high contrast color images, I decided to try it with images made with my smallest sensor camera. One of my many concerns has been how to process my pictures of Hanover. Another concern was whether I could use pictures made with my Olympus TG-4 pocket camera for use in a book. The pictures above were made some time ago through the car windows with the TG-4. I then reprocessed them with a high contrast color preset I have been working on. It was a cloudy day with on and off rain … the reason I had the waterproof TG-4 with me. For those conditions, it seems to have worked. I might try to make some more pictures with this camera in town under other lighting conditions.
The main points that I would like to make are that it is possible to make useable images with a small sensor camera; but, you really need image processing software to fine-tune the out-of-camera jpeg images. The above jpeg images have been altered with Light Room.