I walked down to the Community Center this morning so that the clinical technicians could draw some blood. Since it was only 42 degrees F. and had been raining on and off, I took my Olympus TG-5 and made these images as I walked down and back. I was just having a little fun with the pocket camera, but the images reminded me to not under estimate what can be done with such a tiny sensor.
I have always liked the Olympus colors and these images reminded me that I need to get my Olympus E-M1 Mark II out and pick some lenses for an event that I am photographing on Tuesday. I’ll need longer focal lengths and much fast shutter speeds so that means I’ll need a camera with better low light capability at higher ISOs. I should probably have taken that camera with me this morning so that I can get back in practice using it, but it was more fun to take the TG-5 out of my rain jacket pocket and use it. It presents a different kind of challenge.