Reflecting on Home

Something a bit abstract today.

The reflection of my study window (in Essex) against an artwork of Plymouth (where I was born).

Both places have been (and are) home but for different reasons.

A photo of my window reflected on a print depicting where I was born.
X-T4, 50mm OM, 1/25, f/16?, ISO 160, SOOC

I am not sure if the aperture on the OM lens works with the camera…

The first photo in this series was shot at f/1.4, yesterdays at f/5.6 and today’s at f/16 and I believe they all have the same level of blur, focus and bokeh.

This suggests the X-T4 cannot read the aperture on the lens (why would it) and that all the shots are taken at f/1.4.

Interesting…

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