Olafur Eliasson (35mm)

I decided to take the Olympus XA3 with me with the Olafur Eliasson exhibition at the Tate Modern.

I wanted to see what I could get from the XA3 in challenging light conditions.  Especially as I have an issue with the shutter speed being auto set from the camera and not knowing when the shutter has finished shooting due to the time the camera sets.

Shooting handheld is a challenge as well as the camera is very light.

I do like this collection of photographs, a different view of In Real Life.

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Tate Modern across the Thames
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Millennium Bridge and St Paul’s
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Light
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Striplight
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Reflection
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Shadows

This was shot with the expired FujiFilm Colour 35mm roll I took to Thailand.

Written by Keith

Come join me on my photographic journey, a place where I share my experiences and my art as well as reviewing gear and covering my love of analogue and digital photography. I've been lucky enough to have several photographs published in various publications and exhibitions around the world. I work in the City of London, love to travel, and I am always learning new things. Support my work by buying me a coffee https://www.buymeacoffee.com/continuousfocus

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