Half Frame People
Another few images from the first roll through the Olympus Pen half frame camera. These pictures are of people, indoors (all but one). This was my attempt at estimating light indoors without a meter, and trying to get the focus right for closer subjects, and seeing how people come through generally since I am not much of a portrait photographer.
There were a few duds, but I learned quite a bit too. I like the first shot of my grand daughter the best, but mostly because of her cheerful face. It is not great focus, and a few other technical things, like being under-exposed and needing quite a bit of work. I also like the top picture of a couple of fellas in the Ross Bay Pub which has quite a lot of personality.
Olympus Pen, Half Frame, 28mm lens, Fujifilm Neopan Acros, ISO100, Epson V700 Scanner