Small Car Only
I have been testing out another point and shoot, this time the Olympus mjuII (aka Stylus Epic).
It is a bit of a cult camera in the point and shoot world which I have had my eye open for.
A couple of months ago I found this one in a thrift store, in its original box with manual for $10, pretty much brand new.
I promptly lent it to my son to take on his band’s road trip and have only recently managed to get it back.
I won’t say more about the camera now as I am short of time for long blog entries. More from this roll will be showing up soon as an entry in my 52Rolls project.
This shot is taken in a parkade with quite low light and within the spiral that descends from the upper floors, which is why it slopes from left to right.
It looks to me like the person that installed the Small Car Only signs tried to make them level with the ground surface, thereby showing a disconnected sense of aesthetics. The same might be said for my decision to level the camera while framing the shot.
It is taken right next to this photo.
Olympus mjuII, Fuji Superia X-TRA 400, expired 2004, converted to black and white in Lightroom