My morning task was to see how the TG-5 camera performed in low light and how my current process worked for displaying colors. My process is optimized for making B&W images that I like, and it tends to warm up and emphasize color saturations due to the contrast settings. I liked the way it presented the images, but I really need some new scenes. It was raining pretty good, it wasn’t very bright, and I was photographing through windows.
Later in the morning I took a walk to check on the creek water level. It was still raining lightly, and I got wet, especially walking on the flooded paths. With these pictures you can see a little better that the images are dark, and the colors are intense. I like this for display on digital devices, but they don’t print as well. I have the camera set to underexpose a little and the result shown is after LR’s auto tone shifts the exposure up.