Tuesday, 6 March 2018

The Full Moon.

I first started taking photographs as a young child, progressing from an Agfa Box camera through the ranks of SLRs with the last one being a Pentax that I lugged around on my travels. It was heavy, had an external light meter and of course used expensive film and processing. I used to love my little half frame Olympus Pen as it was compact and light, but it too used rolls of film which cost even more to process as there were double the number of exposures to be printed.
Now of course there are digital cameras, and I am constantly amazed at what they are capable of. This shot of a full moon was taken with my Panasonic Lumix TZ60, which is by no stretch of the imagination a top digital camera, but what a result!

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