First pictures from a new camera. After my Sony RX100 died and I was reminded how heavy the DSLR is, I decided to replace the Sony RX100 v1 with…. another Sony RX100 v1. Because it’s a great little camera!
This was taken late afternoon – briefly there were hailstones.
This was taken just an hour later!
I’ve really taken to the speech recognition capabilities, which I’ve found to be amazingly accurate. It solves the problem of entering text when small keys come up against a bloke’s fingertips.
On a rather grim afternoon I tried out the photo capabilities. It’s not up to my camera’s image quality but, with a bit of help from Photoshop, images are acceptable on a web page.
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On a late-afternoon walk along London’s South Bank, and before darkness descended, we came across blocks of a melting iceberg outside Tate Modern. Shipped all the way from Greenland by the artist Olafur Eliasson, the short-lived exhibition is intended to show the reality of climate change.
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